We started as a two-car garage in 1919, a humble beginning for a business that today is one of the top 50 auto dealers in the United States. Inside that tiny garage on Oahu's north shore, founder Peter Fukunaga instilled three core business principles: work hard, satisfy customers, and have dedicated employees. That remains the foundation of Servco Pacific Inc., and, although our primary business remains automotive, we also have operations in home and commercial products distribution, insurance services and private equity investments.
From Our Newsroom
Servco Pacific Inc. Announces Agreement to Sell Insurance Brokerage Business
May 1, 2018
Servco Pacific Inc. today announced that it has entered into an agreement to sell its insurance brokerage business to Brown & Brown, Inc. for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition is targeted to close in June 2018, subject to certain closing conditions. Read more
Toyota Hawaii Stirs Up Excitement at Inaugural Noodle Festival
March 24, 2018
The Toyota Hawaii booth drew much attention from thousands of visitors at the inaugural Noodle Festival which took place on Saturday on Auahi Street. The Noodle Festival proved to be a great community partnership for Toyota Hawaii as visitors were able to experience all things Toyota. Toyota Hawaii chopsticks were a hit for the attendees, who also had a chance to check out the 2018 Tacoma and Corolla on display.
Toyota Hawaii Adds a “Sweet” Twist on Ride & Drive Event
March 9, 2018
Toyota Hawaii made a sweet impression at Windward Mall on Saturday, February 24th, with an ice cream parlor themed Ride & Drive event featuring the 2018 Camry, C-HR, and RAV4. Toyota Hawaii transformed a vacant storefront into a colorful lounge where participants were treated to ice cream and a toppings bar. The event saw over 30 test drives!
Servco Supports Business and Technical Education
February 22, 2018
Hundreds of Hawaii middle and high school students gathered at the Hawaii Convention Center for the annual Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) Conference. Each year students compete in various competitions in the business, culinary, industrial arts, hospitality, medical, and automotive fields. The winners travel to the mainland to compete on a national level. This year, Servco helped sponsor the conference.