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EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION by the Japanese Trucking Industry after the Great East Japan Earthquake April 26, 2012 Japan Trucking Association Secretary General.

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1 EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION by the Japanese Trucking Industry after the Great East Japan Earthquake April 26, 2012 Japan Trucking Association Secretary General Shuji Fukumoto

2 1 Overview of the Great East Japan Earthquake Date 14:46:18, 11 March 2011 (+09:00) Duration6 minutes Magnitude9.0 MM Depth32 km (20 mi) TypeMegathrust earthquake Countries or regions Japan (primary) Pacific Rim (tsunami, secondary)Pacific Rim Total damage Tsunami wave, flooding, landslides, fires, building and infrastructure damage, nuclear incidents including radiation releases Max. intensityIX Peak acceleration 3.0 gg Tsunami Yes. Up to 40.5 m (133 ft) in Miyagi, Iwate, Fukushima Source: Wikipedia 2012/4/26

3 2 Damage from the Earthquake PrefectureNationwideTrucking Association Companies DeadMissing Evacuees DeadMissing Damaged Vehicles Building Damaged Damaged Companies Hokkaido103, Aomori311, Iwate4,6711,23742, Miyagi9,5411,629127, , Fukushima1, , Ibaraki2416, Others38259,532 Total15,8563,084344, ,5871,1531, /4/26 Nationwide: Dead and Missing: as of 4 April 2012 / Evacuees: as of 22 March 2012 / Trucking: as of 1 March 2012

4 4 4 Emergency Transportation arranged by Japan Trucking Association Iwate Prefecture 538 sites Fukushima Prefecture 646 sites Ibaraki Prefecture 40 sites Other Prefectures 15 sites Miyagi Prefecture 793 sites Destination /4/26

5 4 Emergency Transportation Arranged by The JTA PrefectureFoodBeveragesBlanketsDestinations Iwate3,735,956800,852126, Miyagi8,582,431974,847136, Fukushima6,487,0562,416,740184, Ibaraki150,508115,20610,80040 Others21,200294,32015 Total18,977,1514,601,965458,1592,032 Other Items : 560 Generators, 2,510 Stoves, 837 Dosimeters, 5,297 Lavatories, 253,669 Disposable Nappies, 61,600 Overcoats, 3,000 Radios, 900 Tents Total Number of Vehicles Operating through JTA : 1,925 (Further 8,702 vehicles were operated through local trucking associations) 2012/4/26

6 5 5 Key Points for Emergency Transportation 1. Establishment of Main Transportation System with Information 2. Establishment of Local Transportation System 3. Securing Roads 4. Securing Fuel 5. Relaxation of Transportation Conditions 2012/4/26

7 Self-Defense Forces Basic Scheme Local Government Central Government JTA Factory Ware- house Local Government Goods Base Evacuation Center Evacuation Center Evacuation Center Evacuation Center Reinforcement of Destination Transportation System Establishment of Efficient Transportation System Dispatch of Logistician Reinforcement of Destination Transportation System 2012/4/26 6

8 Exhibition space 3,600 m 2 Visitor capacity 8,000 persons Parking capacity 2,500 cars 7 Example of a Physical Distribution Base ( Iwate Prefecture) 2012/4/26

9 8 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster Radiation management seminar for Transportation


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