Transportation and logistics coverage includes the major role Alaska ports, hubs, facilities, terminals and infrastructure provide for freight cargo and exports/imports, plus passenger travel operations. Business editorial focuses on the industries related to Alaska’s ports, harbors, and docks and the goods moved via air, rail, truck, and ocean shipping operations.
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The Anchorage Pacific Air-to-Sea Service, a joint effort of the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation and Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, aims to load air cargo from Asia onto ships in Anchorage for transport to Tacoma, Washington.
The Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act guarantees at least $5.3 billion for Alaska. While many states are rebuilding roads, bridges, ports, and airports, Alaska has an opportunity to build some for the first time.
TOTE Maritime Alaska, whose container ships MV Midnight Sun and MV North Star make regular rounds from Tacoma to Anchorage, has a new…
The board of the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority (AIDEA) has accepted $8.5 million set aside in the state operating budget, HB 69, for the West Susitna Access Road (WSAR).
The plane is just the beginning of a long-term major partnership between the hometown airline, the new hockey team, and new arena, which includes the naming of the Alaska Airlines Atrium at the Climate Pledge Arena and early boarding for Kraken fans wearing their jerseys for flights departing from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Paine Field.
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Voices of Healthcare: Professional Perspectives
"I think there’s been a change in culture, and I think Alaska has been a little bit more progressive in promoting women,” says Ella Goss, CEO of Providence Alaska Medical Center (PAMC). Goss started working at Anchorage’s largest hospital in 1997 as an ER nurse and rose through the ranks of management. Providence has intentionally promoted female leaders from within, she says, developing their potential because the talent pool in Alaska is so small due to the state’s population.