Owner, 2007 - 2013
1. First and foremost, you are going to want to ask for the companies Motor Carrier number. If the company refuses you probably have a problem. And don’t be fooled, the Motor Carrier number is given regularly to Hawaii Shippers. If they stall move on…
2. What do I do with an MC#? We will explain, this is the number given that explains everything to the public or whoever is inquiring. This number will identify to the Hawaii Shipper, how many trucks do they own, they list them as power units, if they are a broker and do not own any power units. Consequently, if you happen to find the actually Hawaii Shipping Line you are in luck, you can avoid all the long lines of less than perfect companies, to say the least!
3. Why are we telling you this? We’ll we figure here at Shipping To Hawaii that honesty is the best policy. Their are only a few shipping lines and it isn’t the worst thing in the world to use a broker or freight forwarder providing they checkout! Ahhh, the magic question, how do I know if a Hawaii Shipping broker checks out?