EasyPark’s “Forget the Fine”, a unique event that offered community members the opportunity to donate food in exchange for credit towards their outstanding parking violations, collected $20,000 of food donations to benefit the Food Bank of Alaska. The month long promotion was the first of its kind ever held in Anchorage.
"The Lynden companies believe in safety and it is one of our core values at Brown Line," says President Bill Johansen. The dock team, led by Dock Manager James Briscoe, just celebrated five years of working accident and injury free.
Elliott Anderson, Project Engineer for Knik at the Red Dog Mine Airport, is a recent graduate of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). He and his former classmates recently participated in an annual Steel Bridge competition organized by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
Erickson Incorporated, a leading aerospace OEM and provider of global aviation services, announced today the appointment of government services veteran, Doug Kitani as Chief Executive Officer and Director effective August 31, 2017.
Alaska Marine Lines stepped in to help the Bristol Bay Historical Society move a 1932 sailboat from Anchorage to Naknek for display in the Bristol Bay museum.
When John Schank started driving for Lynden Transport in 1975, he probably never imagined he would be named the Alaska Truck Driver of the Year, not once, but twice. The Alaska Trucking Association (ATA) presented John’s award this summer at a special event in Fairbanks. In addition to that honor, John was recognized for setting a new record as the first Lynden Transport driver to log 40 years of safe driving – 5,360,000 miles to be exact. Starting with the opening of the Dalton Highway in 1975, John has been driving one of America’s most treacherous roads: the haul road between Fairbanks and Prudhoe Bay. The haul road is known for extreme grades and extreme weather. John still drives the route today, making the 1,000-mile round trip twice a week.
Erickson Incorporated, a leading global aerial firefighting company for more than 30 years, owns the world’s largest S-64 Aircrane fleet, and the Aircrane Helitanker is recognized throughout the industry as one of the most effective and efficient firefighting aircraft in the world. Northern Hemisphere fires are experiencing above average conditions, and what follows is an outline of Erickson’s current jobs. In late fall, the Aircranes are mobilized to the Southern Hemisphere to fight fires south of the equator.