Ice Road Truckers play an integral role in the transportation of goods to the far reaches of Alaska and Canada. Learn what an ice road is and what it is like to make a living on one.
On the northern most edge of Alaska lies the city of Utqiaġvik, formerly called Barrow. With its’ remote location, there’s one reliable way to get goods shipped in to stock store shelves.
For companies in the shipping industry, recovering from one of these five natural events can be difficult. With a proper preparedness plan, a timely recovery to regular service is possible.
Alaska ranks the highest in the U.S. in value and volume of seafood caught yearly; accounting for more than half of the nation’s seafood. Every year about 6 billion pounds are freshly caught in the cold clear waters of the region and processed locally for residents and shipping globally.