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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An engine cut-off switch is an emergency ignition cut-off device that shuts down the engine if the operator is ejected from the vessel or falls overboard.
The DB Pacific Lifter, the largest floating crane on the West Coast, headed north from Seattle for another season of work at the Port of Alaska.
The aviation support facility reduces the response time to the Gulf of Alaska during peak fishing season.
Designed with Alaska’s Air Group Black Employees, Allies and Advocates group to illustrate the airline’s belief in education as the great equalizer and as a critical component of creating sustainable racial equity, the aircraft features fourteen profiles of the next generation of leaders.
The Pacific Rim Response Center, offering the collaborative services of three long-standing Alaska businesses, is based in Kodiak to provide maritime resources and spill response to the underserved region of Western Alaska.
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Meeting in the Middle
In January, when the Biden administration announced its ban on the future sale of oil and gas leases on federal land, the news understandably ruffled the collective feathers of Alaska’s oil and gas industry.