A subsidiary of the Alaska Native corporation for Nome is integrating its military uniform supply chain by acquiring a South Carolina company that prints camouflage patterns.
One Alberta-based company is taking over the natural gas supplier for Southcentral Alaska from another Calgary company that has owned the utility since 2012.
Disruption in the industrial supply sector offers further opportunity for Alaska Rubber Group to expand south.
Two maritime support companies in Dutch Harbor are joining forces, expanding shipyard and chartering services.
Adam Williams has a plan: consolidate Anchorage’s printing industry and expand the services at his commercial print shop. It’s admittedly ambitious, especially considering that he purchased Alaska Printing three years ago.
Australian oil company Santos is merging with Papua New Guinea-based Oil Search, which has been developing the Pikka project on the North Slope.
IMA Financial Group, a North American insurance brokerage firm specializing in risk management, insurance, wholesale brokerage, and wealth management, has acquired Washington-based Parker, Smith & Feek to expand its brokerage services in the Pacific Northwest, Alaska and Hawaii.
“Jones-Taylor Insurance Group clients experienced a seamless transition with regard to policies and terms,” says Julia Niziolek, President, Alaska USA Insurance Brokers. “We look forward to continuing to provide new clients with outstanding service, products, and convenience through Alaska USA Insurance Brokers, as well as connecting them with the many services that Alaska USA has to offer.”
ZS2 Technologies, a Calgary-based building material technology company is expanding into Alaska thanks to a partnership with Paragon Construction Solutions.
Alaska Communications to Be Acquired by Macquarie Capital, GCM Grosvenor in $300 Million Transaction
The transaction will result in Alaska Communications becoming a privately held company and is expected to close in the second half of 2021.