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Community Responsibility - Carlile Transportation

Northbound Voyage Shipping Delay

SHIPPING DELAY INFORMATION: Due to a mechanical issue, the northbound voyage 22113, scheduled for departure on July 20, 2022, has been canceled. Northbound voyage 22115 will continue as scheduled on Friday, July 22. Tote is expected to return to two sailings next week. Our team at Carlile is working diligently to minimize the impact of...

Carlile Steps Up For Safety at Annual Event

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 29, 2022 CARLILE STEPS UP FOR SAFETY AT ANNUAL COMMUNITY EVENT ANCHORAGE – Alaska has some of the most hazardous driving conditions in the country. In 2020, there were 53 fatal motor vehicle crashes and 64 deaths in the state, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Traffic fatalities at...

Help Alaskan Villages with Supplies

Carlile has grown from two tractors to one of Alaska’s largest trucking companies. Carlile is dedicated to meeting the unique trucking & logistics needs of Alaska as well as stepping in when needed to help communities across our great state. In a state like ours, with many communities in rural areas, we know how important...

Employee Focused: Vaccination Event

Carlile Transporation is not only an employee-focused company but also safety-driven. Carlile took action early in the pandemic, following all CDC recommendations, increasing cleaning, distributing PPE, and assisting employees to work remotely when possible. Safety is one of Carlile’s core values – nothing is more important than keeping our employees, customers, and communities safe. Offering...

NBRI Circle of Excellence

Carlile Wins Circle of Excellence award Carlile Transportation has been awarded the NBRI Circle of Excellence award. Survey results indicate significant increases in overall performance, employee experience. The National Business Research Institute (NBRI) has awarded Carlile its NBRI Circle of Excellence Award following a recent survey of employees at the Alaska-based trucking and logistics operator. Respondents gave high...