Alaska is one of the most complex regions to get around in the world and is connected through an extensive network of ocean vessels, trucks, and aircraft. Join us to hear from three top leaders in Alaska's transportation industry, discussing how their fleets are connecting businesses from their state to the Pacific Northwest.
Did you know?
- In the US, our transportation sector is valued at $1.3 trillion dollars and is expecting an additional growth of 2.6% in the next year.
- The Port of Alaska handles half of all Alaska inbound freight – over 4 million tons of fuel and cargo annually
- The Alaska Department of Transportation manages 5,600 miles of highways, more than 300 aviation facilities, and a ferry system covering 3,500 nautical miles serving 35 coastal communities
TOTE Maritime Alaska
Port of Alaska
Chief Executive Officer
Coastal Transportation, Inc.