Honda Motor Co., Ltd. is established co-founders Soichiro Honda and Takeo Fujisawa
Honda Express founded as independent
transportation company for Honda
Komyo, Co. founded by Sachi Honda as storage and
transportation company to better serve Honda
Honda begins automobile production
Komyo begins railway transportation
Honda Express launches two car-carrying ships for
Honda begins manufacturing cars overseas; Honda
Express begins air transport services to shorten
delivery time of parts
Komyo and Honda Express expand with an eye
toward the future and a focus on improving working
conditions, employee benefits, and more
Global oil crisis and cost of raw materials leads
Komyo to develop new steelcase shipping containers
Honda opens motorcycle plant in Marysville, Ohio
Honda transfers tire assembly production to Honda
Express, advancing the company from a transport
company to a part of the automobile production process
Honda Express establishes multiple logistics group
companies across Japan
Automobile production begins at Honda plant in
Honda Express establishes first overseas logistics subsidiaries, Midwest Express and Clark Trucking, in East Liberty, Ohio.
Simcoe Parts Service begins operations in Alliston, Ontario.
Komyo and Honda Express continue to expand
overseas logistics manufacturing.
South East Express begins operations in Timmonsville, South Carolina.
Honda Express starts overseas tire assembly in U.S.
One World Logistics begins operations in East Liberty, Ohio.
Honda Express and Komyo develop new digital and IT
technologies to advance logistics around the world
New South Express begins operations in Lincoln, Alabama.
Komyo America begins operations in Torrance, California.
Honda Express and Komyo merge to form Honda
Logistics International, integrating and centralizing
logistics operations for Honda
Great Lakes Assemblies established.
One Solution Logistics of Indiana begins operation in Greensburg, Indiana.
Gulf Shore Assemblies is established
Indiana Assemblies is established
Promex Logistics begins operations in Celaya, Mexico.
Honda Logistics North America is formed
Clark Trucking is consolidated with One World Logistics of America