Honolulu Freight Service
Moving with Honolulu Freight Service
Honolulu Freight Service has spent 80 years building a tradition of superior service and cost effective solutions for every customer, big or small, who trusts us with their cargo. Since the beginning, HFS has provided the highest quality of seamless transportation service between the North American continent and the Hawaiian Islands of any other forwarder in the field. HFS owns and operates one of the largest Oahu trucking operations and a diverse warehousing service, ensuring the best possible intra and inter-island service available.
We provide partial and full container load services, and offer short-term warehousing. In addition, we offer refrigerated pickup and delivery from the U.S. West Coast port areas to Hawaii.
Why choose Honolulu Freight Service … because who you work with matters.
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