Five business leaders are joining the Alaska Business Hall of Fame, selected by their peers and to be honored by Junior Achievement.
Lynden Logistics, known until September as Lynden International, promoted some top executives, including one at its Anchorage branch.
Long haul truck drivers are a unique breed, but those navigating the northernmost highway in the United States transporting supplies to the Prudhoe Bay oil fields occupy a much loftier position.
“The little-known fact for most people is that recycling is possible in Alaska through the generosity of private companies,” explains Anita Nelson, executive director of the nonprofit Alaskans for Litter Prevention and Recycling.
Transportation and logistics providers are constantly balancing a customer’s need for a timely and cost-effective shipping solution, while also considering the different modes of transport available to move items from origin to destination.
LTI, Inc. earned its fourth SmartWay Excellence Award from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) this fall.
At Lynden’s Fife, WA Service Center, Safety Supervisor Keith Johnson and Director of Safety Steve Schultz have taken sustainable storm water management to new levels.
Lynden Air Cargo completed another Hercules modification this summer, installing a “Short-POD APU” to enhance the reliability and performance of its aircraft.
Five times each day, Lynden’s Bering Marine hovercraft team loads up an AP-188 hovercraft with sixty ENI Petroleum employees and safely transports them roundtrip from Prudhoe Bay to Spy Island, a drill site near Oliktok Point.
The quick response of new Alaska Marine Trucking Driver Andrew Lawson saved company equipment and prevented the loss of three new cars belonging to a customer.