Blogs
on-demand freight

On-demand Freight Set to Transform Logistics

July 10, 2019

In 2018 shippers often used the spot market to find some capacity. It was also typically at budget busting prices. Fortunately, in 2019 capacity has been abundant with spot rates going for about ...Read More



truck automation

Lawmakers Warn About Automation

June 5, 2019

For years we’ve talked about how machines are going to take over and everybody will be out of a job. Well, this hasn’t exactly happened yet. However, a U.S. Congressional committee who’s in...Read More



clean emissions

Hawaii Ranks High in Clean Air, Lowest Emissions

May 1, 2019

Let’s face it, any more clean air is hard to come by in the United States. In fact, four in ten people in this country reside in counties where the air has either more ozone or more pollution t...Read More



animals

Mini Horses Teach Kids Animal Care

April 1, 2019

At the end of last week, some kindergarteners had an interesting surprise! Two miniature horses came to Kahakai Elementary School for a visit. The horses rode along with some volunteers from the ...Read More



entangled humpback whale

Hawaii Humpback Entangled in Fishnet Sparks Debate!

March 8, 2019

On Thursday, several federal responders along with numerous private boats attempted to free a young humpback whale that was caught and tangled with heavy gauge fishing gear. A dive boat off Maui ...Read More



truck driver safety tips

Learn How to Decrease the Rate of Trucking Accidents!

February 15, 2019

Lately, with current weather conditions and weather-related accidents the road can be difficult for truckers to navigate. The FMCSA claims that it is in the hands of the truckers that the nation ...Read More



climate change

Hawaii Makes Waves: Saving the Ocean and Planet

February 8, 2019

Over the last few years, Hawaii has made some ambitious headway in combating climate change to save both the ocean and the planet. Legislation passed several bills to protect both land and sea wi...Read More



George the snail

George the Snail Dies

January 8, 2019

The famous George, the last known snail of his kind, died on New Year’s Day this year. He was about 14 years old. George was the very last surviving ...Read More



ocean pollution

115 Days At Sea – French Swimmer Travels from Japan to Hawaii in the Name of Plastic Pollution

December 12, 2018

Have you ever experienced jelly legs from too much time in the water? French swimmer, Benoit "Ben" Lecomte, is feeling that and more. He just stepped ashore after 115 days at sea. Lecomte finally reached Hawaii after beg...Read More



hawaii housing blog

What Options do Homeowners Have Now? Housing Fair in Hawaii

November 19, 2018

The Federal Emergency Management Agency already sent their checks, however, what do homeowners need to expect now? The housing fair held by Hawaii County on Saturday at the Keaau High School had a big question to disc...Read More