Freight logistics are essential to the proper function of a healthy supply chain. With so many moving parts and systems that need to work together as cleanly as possible, it’s natural to expect some big challenges. In the state of Alaska, we experience even bigger challenges.
Freight logistics systems exist because wholesale goods and manufactured products need to move from an origin to a destination as safely and efficiently as possible. When the supply of goods suffers In any way from equipment shortages, manufacturing challenges or other unpredictable influences like natural disasters and inclement weather, it sends ripples throughout the entire economy.
Alaska’s supply chain is not limited to the well-paved and arrow-straight highways. Over 80% of Alaska communities are not connected by roads and therefore depend on rail, seasonal barges and even aviation for year-round access to these goods. It takes logistical solutions to get goods to and from these remote locations once the freight is delivered to one of our Carlile terminals in places like Anchorage, Kenai, Kodiak or Fairbanks and even as far north as Prudhoe Bay.
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Freight Logistics to Alaska and Beyond
Whether your project is across Alaska, North America, or even beyond, Carlile has the Alaskan logistics expertise and equipment to deliver seamless and reliable solutions. We’ll take care of the trucks, planes, ships, and trains – so your cargo arrives on time and on budget. Get in touch with us today.