Young Brothers Hawaii Approves Company's 46% Cargo Shipping Rate Increase By Associated Press • Aug 19, 2020 Joseph Boivin / Young Brothers Shipping HONOLULU — Customers of Hawaii's only regulated interisland cargo company will pay 46% more to ship goods under a new regulatory ruling. 21 Shipping Containers Fall Overboard Near Hilo By Associated Press • Jun 22, 2020 Joseph Boivin / Young Brothers Shipping At least 21 shipping containers fell from overboard into the ocean near Hilo Monday, the U.S. Coast Guard said. Hawaii Shipping Firm Suspends Planned Changes To Cargo Rules By Associated Press • Jun 16, 2020 Cory Lum / Honolulu Civil Beat KAILUA-KONA — A Hawaii ocean shipping company is making adjustments to rules regulating its cargo service as it continues to seek federal coronavirus relief through the state. Hawaii Shipping Company Change Includes Monday Barge Service By Associated Press • Jun 8, 2020 PublicDomainPictures from Pixabay KAILUA-KONA — A Hawaii ocean shipping firm requesting federal coronavirus relief funding will continue operations under a reduced schedule and move its barge service to Mondays, officials said. PUC To Investigate Cargo Company's Virus Fund Request By Associated Press • Jun 3, 2020 Joseph Boivin / Young Brothers KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii — The Hawaii Public Utilities Commission plans to conduct an emergency investigation into the financial condition of an ocean shipping company seeking $25 million in federal coronavirus relief funds to remain in business. State To Review Young Brothers' Request For $25M In Federal Aid By HPR News Staff • May 27, 2020 Joseph Boivin / Young Brothers Shipping Gov. David Ige says the state will be reviewing a request from Young Brothers LLC for $25 million in CARES Act funding to shore up a sharp decline in cargo volume due to the COVID-19 emergency.