As freight shippers, we deal with a myriad of questions every day and after more than 50 years in the freight shipping business, there really isn’t a question that we haven’t been asked. One of the more common questions we are asked is, “are there items that absolutely cannot be shipped?”
Alaska: The Last Frontier. The 49th state has a very special place in the hearts of each of us here at Alaska Air Forwarding, since we have been serving this state for the 50+ years that we have been in business. As we’ve shared many times, much of Alaska is extremely remote with many towns only accessible via air transport. We’d like to highlight some of these towns in Alaska and you may be surprised by some that make the list.
Over the past 50+ years shipping cargo to Alaska, we have heard a number of questions from customers about how to go about shipping cargo to Alaska. When you’ve been doing something as long as we have, you tend to hear A LOT of interesting questions; in fact, there’s really no question that hasn’t been asked of us.
Welcome back to our Touring Alaska blog series. The next stop on our tour is Wasilla, AK. Wasilla is the sixth largest city in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough of Alaska and is situated on the northern point of the Cook inlet. As you can see on the map below, it is rather central and easy to access plus it is only about 28 miles north of Anchorage.