Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Transportation

Edit Module

Current Issue

 

Subscribe

 

Edit Module
Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List icon Join our Email Newsletter
For Email Newsletters you can trust

 

Sign Up for Power List & Monthly Directory Surveys

email for Survey

Let us know the directory you want to be included in and the month it appears.

Include your email, full name, phone number, and company name.

We'll sign you up to receive the next survey for that directory or list, including Top 49ers, Corporate 100, and everything in the Power List.

 

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Transportation

Lynden Handles Critical Samples for Ebola Vaccine

Lynden Handles Critical Samples for Ebola Vaccine

Lynden International has been assisting government and non-government organizations with transportation and logistics in West Africa since the Ebola crisis in 2014.
Secretary Zinke Approves Initial Plan to Build a Life-Saving Road for Alaska Native Village of King Cove

Secretary Zinke Approves Initial Plan to Build a Life-Saving Road for Alaska Native Village of King Cove

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke signed an agreement with the Alaska Native King Cove Native Corp., which is made up of tribal members from the local Agdaagux and Belkofski tribes, to build a life-saving road between the Native village and the nearby all-weather airport in Cold Bay.
Alaska Marine Lines Brings New School Buses to Kenai Peninsula

Alaska Marine Lines Brings New School Buses to Kenai Peninsula

Alaska Marine Lines Brings New School Buses to Kenai Peninsula
Students on the Kenai Peninsula are riding in style thanks to new Apple Bus Company buses delivered via Alaska Marine Lines.
Alaska Airlines Receives Single Operating Certificate from FAA

Alaska Airlines Receives Single Operating Certificate from FAA

Key achievement in the integration with Virgin America; no changes for customers
Alaska Airlines received a single operating certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today for Alaska Airlines and Virgin America, marking another significant milestone in the integration of the two airlines.
Erickson Builds Expertise with New Hires

Erickson Builds Expertise with New Hires

VP of Defense and National Security, Kevin Cochie VP of Safety and Human Capital, Hayden Olson Chief of Staff and Senior Director of DNS Special Programs, Chris Schuldt
Erickson Incorporated, a leading aerospace manufacturer and aerial services company, continues to build its leadership team under CEO and Director Douglas Kitani.
Economic Outlook 2018

Economic Outlook 2018

Running theme: Alaska will recover but not without stable fiscal plan
Member of Alaska's business community weigh in on their perspectives for the coming year.
European Shipment Delivered in Person

European Shipment Delivered in Person

At Lynden, special handling can mean many things. In this case it involved a personal escort with special military clearance to accompany a shipment from Fort Dix, NJ to Moldova, a small land-locked country in Eastern Europe.
Alaska Marine Lines named Philanthropic Business of the Year

Alaska Marine Lines named Philanthropic Business of the Year

Southwest Alaska Pilots Association Donates AVTEC Scholarships

Southwest Alaska Pilots Association Donates AVTEC Scholarships

The Southwest Alaska Pilots Association is donating two $2,500 scholarships for AVTEC’s Alaska Maritime Training Center located in Seward, Alaska.
Brown Line earns prestigious EPA SmartWay High Performer Status

Brown Line earns prestigious EPA SmartWay High Performer Status

Brown Line, LLC, an industry leader in temperature-controlled truck transport, earned a SmartWay Transport Partner 'High Performer' Status ranking from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) this month.
Trucks in the Tundra

Trucks in the Tundra

Alaska’s multi-generational, family-owned transportation companies
Alaska is all about transportation. It’s a factor in every potential resource development project; it’s a key component of building safe, functional communities; it’s the means by which Alaskan’s have access to oranges, candy canes, and Christmas trees. As Alaska’s industries advance and innovate new programs and techniques, the transportation industry has matured to transport all the materials those programs and techniques require.
Ravn Alaska Expanding Network to Serve Dillingham and King Salmon

Ravn Alaska Expanding Network to Serve Dillingham and King Salmon

Flights begin February 14, 2018; Introductory fares start from $149 one way*
Ravn Air Group (“Ravn”), Alaska’s largest regional airline, today announced it is expanding its network to provide nonstop service to Dillingham and King Salmon beginning on Valentine’s Day, Feb.14, 2018.
 The World’s Best Aerial Firefighting Machine Returns to Chile

The World’s Best Aerial Firefighting Machine Returns to Chile

Erickson’s Aircrane Arrives Today
Erickson Incorporated, a leading aerospace manufacturer and global aerial services company that has fought fires for nearly 50 years, has returned to serve the citizens of Chile in the Bío Bío Region.
Railroad names new Chief Operating Officer

Railroad names new Chief Operating Officer

VP Engineering Clark Hopp promoted as COO Doug Engebretson retires
The Alaska Railroad (ARRC) has named Vice President of Engineering Clark Hopp as chief operating officer (COO), effective January 1, 2018, when current COO Doug Engebretson retires. The COO oversees rail transportation, engineering, mechanical, safety and grant administration functions.
Boatyard Operations

Boatyard Operations

Success through managing requirements and maintenance processes
Boatyards and shipyards deal with a plethora of requirements to sustain their operations, which are critical to the communities they serve. Their operational processes and costs include maintaining equipment, supplies, labor, customer service, and workers compensation and other insurance.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags