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COVID-19 – Updates on Our Operations

May 8, 2020 Aloha- We’re excited to announce that we are now offering virtual surveys for all of our moving customers. This is something we have been working toward for a long time, and with the new social distancing and safety regulations, it’s the perfect time to get started. If you have an upcoming Hawaii move, it’s easy to get started with our virtual surveys. Just head over here and fill out the form. Our team will reach out and set up a date and time that works best for you. This is a great way to ensure you are getting a great price for […]

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Trucking Services in Hawaii

How do you choose the best trucking service in Hawaii? Cost is a factor, but price doesn’t necessarily reflect value. A reliable trucking service that’s also flexible can help you avoid upcharges, long delays, and damaged goods. So how do you ensure that your provider will deliver a low-stress, safe and affordable experience? Royal Hawaiian Movers recommends asking a few key questions before engaging a hauling and trucking service in Hawaii. Whether you’re planning a residential or commercial move, interisland or across the Pacific, doing your homework is a smart move. Experience How long has the company provided container packing, trucking and hauling services to and […]

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Press Release – Fighting Hunger

PREMIER HAWAIIAN MOVING COMPANY COMMITS TO FIGHTING HUNGER IN THE LOCAL COMMUNITY Royal Hawaiian Movers Partners with National Non-Profit, Move For Hunger KEAAU, HI – Royal Hawaiian Movers, a premier relocation company on the Big Island, has committed to fighting hunger in their community by partnering with the national hunger relief organization, Move For Hunger. As part of their national network, Royal Hawaiian Movers joins Move For Hunger’s force of relocation companies: to date, they have delivered more than 8 million pounds of food – 6.6 million meals – to local food banks throughout the United States and Canada. Food insecurity affects more than 25,000 […]

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You Like Us! “Hawaii’s Best” Moving Services

Royal Hawaiian Movers is excited and honored to announce that we’ve been named in the Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s Hawaii’s Best 2017 People’s Choice Awards. We were chosen as one of the top three in the “Moving Services” category. Every year, thousands of Hawaiians write in the names of those they consider the “best of the best” in several categories, including services, restaurants, activities, retail, education and more, all across Hawaii. We’re incredibly grateful to the people of Hawaii for acknowledging us as one of Hawaii’s Best, and we’d like to thank those who took the time to vote for Royal Hawaiian Movers. We’re constantly striving to provide the best service […]

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Three-Peat – Hawaii’s Best 2014

We have again been voted Hawaii’s Best for the third consecutive year! The Honolulu Star-Advertiser conducts its annual “Hawaii’s Best” readers’ poll. Readers vote to find the best in multiple categories: Companies, Education, Food & Dining, Health & Beauty, Locations & Activities, Professionals, Retail, and Services & Repair. Hawaii has spoken as to who they feel is at the top of their craft. After counting thousands of ballots, Hawaii’s people voted Royal Hawaiian Movers first place in “Moving Service”. The time that many people took out of their busy schedule to vote for us is a testament to the great services that we provide. Our […]

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Delivering Girl Scout Cookies in Kauai

Every February, Girl Scout cookies are distributed around the State of Hawaii. The estimated cookies sold this year are a record-breaking 387,000 boxes! Girl Scouts conduct pre sales prior to the cookies arriving on island. They will then set up booths at various locations to sell more cookies! There are 8 wonderful flavors: Savannah Smiles, Trefoils, Do-Si-Dos, Samoas, Dulce De Leche, Thank U Berry Munch, Tagalongs and the all-time favorite, Thin Mints. I have been an avid supporter for the Girl Scout program for over 10 years. I started as a leader for my daughter’s troop and when she graduated, I became a leader for […]

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