Company Status:  OPEN

Updated:  Monday, 06/05/20 7:30 am

Pursuant to Order No. 37166 filed on Thursday, June 4, 2020, the PUC granted a 30-day extension to the temporary adjustments to our sailing schedule for Maui and Hawai‘i counties, as well as approval for additional modifications to the sailing schedule effective Friday, June 12, 2020.

Critical Service to the Neighbor Islands

We understand the critical service we provide and the needs of the community we serve.  As the Coronavirous (“COVID-19”) continues to have a greater impact in the communities we live in, we want to share the important steps we are taking to ensure our customers and our employees are both healthy and safe.  Young Brothers remains committed to moving the cargo our customers have entrusted to us for 120 years.

Changes to cargo operations, if any, will continue to be communicated via our customer notices, updated on this website, as well as posted to our social media platforms.

Upon recommendations made by both the State of Hawaii Department of Health (“DOH”) and Center for Disease Control (“CDC”), Young Brothers has taken these additional safeguards to both ensure the Company is doing its part to protect our customers and employees when they visit our facilities, as well as provide for the safe handling of your cargo to and from the Neighbor Islands:

  1. Monitoring all port facilities and making sure they are stocked with the appropriate cleaning supplies.
  2. Increase the frequency of regularly scheduled cleanings of high trafficked areas, such as container stations, auto stations, and customer service buildings.
  3. Reinforce good hygiene behavior or our employees.
  4. Limit business travel and encourage employees to leverage technology when possible.

As the situation evolves, please refer to these agencies for the latest information regarding COVID-19:

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call your local Young Brothers’ office.  Mahalo for your continued patronage.

Self Screening

We ask that all customers and vendors self-screen before entering our facilities. That means anyone who is showing any flu-like symptoms or is feeling unwell should not enter the port.

Self-Screening Handout

Social Distancing Policy – Update 05/28/20

Social Distancing best practices are incorporated into how we serve you.  Following guidance from state authorities and local health officials we ask that you adhere to the following modified receiving process included in the below “Social Distancing Policy” handout to minimize personal contact.

Social Distancing Policy Handout

Follow us on Facebook/Instagram @youngbrothershawaii and Twitter @youngbrothershi for the latest YB news on COVID-19.

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