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Characteristics of Hawai‘i’s Retail Forest Industry in 2001

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Title: Characteristics of Hawai‘i’s Retail Forest Industry in 2001
Authors: Friday, James B.
Yangida, John F.
Illukpitiya, Prabodh
Mamiit, Rusyan J.
Edwards, Quincy
Keywords: forest products industry
retail marketing
Issue Date: Feb 2006
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Friday JB, Yangida JF, Illukpitiya P, Mamiit RJ, Edwards Q. 2006. Characteristics of Hawai‘i’s retail forest industry in 2001. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 3 p. (Economic Issues; EI-8).
Series/Report no.: Economic Issues
Abstract: Hawai‘i’s forest industry makes an important contribution to the state’s economy and sense of place. We conducted a survey of the entire forest industry in 2001, including forest landowners, loggers and millers, general contractors, consultants, manufacturers, nurseries, and retailers. The survey provided an update of the 1991 survey of Hawai‘i’s forest industry and estimated the total value of Hawai‘i’s forest industry at $30.7 million in 2001, including a retail sector with a value of $23.9 million. This report describes the structure of the retail sector of Hawai‘i’s forest industry based on responses to the 2001 survey.
Pages/Duration: 3 pages
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