How to keep your family happy with Kona ice trucks

Kona is looking to expand its fleet with a new truck.

The ice truck is designed to transport ice, snow and snow products from one location to another, according to a statement from the company.

The truck will be able to load up to 6,000 lbs.

per hour of ice.

This will help Kona with its goal of having a fleet of 20,000 vehicles on the road by 2020.

“We have been looking for a better solution for our ice and snow transport needs for some time,” Kona said in a statement.

“Kona’s Ice Truck is the best solution to meet our growth objectives and deliver a reliable and reliable transportation solution for all of our customers.”

Kona also says the truck will offer increased safety for customers.

“Our truck is built to be able handle a significant amount of ice load, and the ice truck will include advanced technology for the safest operation, including the ability to self-detect and detect unsafe conditions,” the company said.

The company has a long history with the truck.

In 2006, the truck was named the best ice truck by the International Ice Truck Association.

In 2012, Kona unveiled its own ice truck.

“The Kona Ice Truck has been one of the most innovative, technologically advanced, and highly reliable vehicles on ice,” said Matt Zegenberger, president of Kona Trucks, in a release.

“Now, with the launch of this new truck, we look forward to continuing to deliver the highest quality products for our customers in our new home.”

Kota also plans to expand the fleet of its ice trucks.

Kota says its new trucks will be equipped with a suite of sensors and equipment.

Kona says it is working with various suppliers to further improve the truck’s safety and reliability.

Konda also plans on expanding its ice truck fleet to more than a dozen locations across the country.

Kollum says the company is expanding its fleet by more than 40 percent.

“In the last three years, we have seen tremendous growth and we have been able to scale our fleet,” said Kollums chief operating officer John McVey.

“These vehicles are engineered to operate safely and efficiently, with a variety of technologies and equipment to ensure we are delivering the safest, most reliable and most effective product for our guests.”