Our Heroes

Hello iCOS cluster/ bubble.

Time to re-connect with families and more importantly yourself. Our lives are so hectic, some don’t even know who they are any more. Let alone their partners know who they are.

First day of lock down. I trust you have been able to move your operations remotely, and that iCOS LIVE will stand you in good stead, all with your customers booking on line to get us through this.

Those trucks must keep rolling and freight moving.

We have put up on our website a COVID 19 news page and sending emails to keep you informed.

We at iCOS are here supporting you.

There are a lot of Hero’s out there driving those trucks and I would love to give them a plug on our site, along with your company.

Also any inspirational affirmations, you would like to share.

If you have plenty of work, maybe you can share some. Keep your neighbors trucks running, their drivers in work. Just a thought!!

Stay well, stay safe. We will have a great catch up with you all, when we get to the other side, on this side.

Blessing Kathy and the iCOS Team

“There are a lot of people working behind the scenes- The unsung Heroes who are doing their utmost to keep us safe, us in a job either now or afterwards or keeping the goods in the shops we need.”

– Regan Brady

Brian Kenworthy with his Freightliner Argosy.  Brian is transporting freight for the supermarkets and as a floater driver is often called on to go wherever the need is.  This takes him away from his family, and often overnight. 
Summerland Express Freight Ltd

” Stop! Look at what you have, not what you haven’t . Remember to look deep within , as No matter what hardship you may face, there and only there inside yourself will you will fine true peace and absolute meaning of life”

“Positive thought of the day  We are so lucky to live in a country that produces almost  everything we need, milk butter, cheese meat vegetables, fish and ice cream. Some countries aren’t that lucky. “

” Gratitude for pure health”

Keep those supplies coming through! Featuring Alok Patel, Manager of the Gulf Harbour 4 Square super market and Claude delivering essential supplies

“In the short run, there are two types of people who live in darkness, those who are desperate to emerge and those who are desperate to stay.”

” When you finally realize that part of the reason you chose this lifetime was to shine your light for the first type, you’ll stop worrying about what the second type thinks of you.”

  “Shine your little heart out.”

“Give gratitude for pure health.”

“Give gratitude for power and water.”

“Give gratitude for the sun.”

This is Claude

“We are so grateful the sun is shining another new day.”

“If we allow gratitude to come out of hiding and live in our hearts in an authentic and contemporary way, it can offer a bridge to community connection and action.”

“Give gratitude for the Internet.”

“Even though the World is in Total Chaos. I am so thankful I have a house, food, water, safety, warmth and love.”


THANK YOU to grocery store clerks

THANK YOU to truck drivers

THANK YOU to medical professionals

THANK YOU to assisted living caregivers

THANK YOU to restaurant workers

THANK YOU to warehouse workers

THANK YOU to farmers

THANK YOU to mail and delivery workers

THANK YOU to all first responders

THANK YOU to garbage collectors, janitors and other sanitation workers

“What if today we were just grateful for everything?”

Thank you to all the Truck Drivers who have been delivering those essential supplies and keeping the economy going in a Pandemic.

For all our iCOS LIVE users/truck drivers, thank you once again. Blessings – From the Team at iCOS

Featuring Alok Patel, Manager of the Gulf Harbour 4 Square supermarket and Claude delivering essential supplies

Mahi our local bread delivery Hero

Sothern Furniture Movers biggest unit – 118m3 Semi trailer – travelling around NZ delivering all your goodies 🙂

a truck is parked on the side of a road