Reliable Container Transport Services in Alaska
SHIPPING CONTAINER HAULERS IN ALASKA
Nationwide Transport Services is the best container transport company in Alaska. We’ve been shipping containers to and from Alaska for over a decade, which has given us the experience required to handle shipping containers of all sizes and weights. Whether your shipping container is 20ft, 40ft, empty, or full, we shall take care of it. We’ve invested in resources such as trailers for easy transport, cranes, and forklifts to load and unload shipping containers safely. We have a team of great specialists who know the requirements needed to transport your shipping container to any destination safely. Our container transport services in Alaska are door to door, port to port, terminal to terminal, port to business, and business to the port. Below are some of the ports we serve in Alaska.
- Port of Anchorage
- Port of Juneau
- Port of Ketchikan
- Port of Valdez
- Port of Whittier
Fully Insured Container Transport Services in Alaska
CONTAINER TRANSPORT SERVICES YOU CAN RELY ON IN ALASKA
When transporting shipping containers or any other load, anything can happen during transit. Therefore, we always ensure yours is fully insured before it’s loaded on a trailer so that if an accident occurs, you can be fully compensated. With Nationwide Transport Services, you even get a copy of our insurance bearing your name. With that, you can confirm we’ve insured your shipping container directly from the insurer. We must inspect your shipping container and fill out a bill of lading form showing its condition before transport. That document is important because we use it at the final destination to confirm if your shipping container has arrived safely. Contact Nationwide Transport Services today for reliable container transport services in Alaska at (877) 278-3135.
Convenient routes we use when shipping containers in Alaska
Safe and Timely Container Shipping Services in Alaska
Alaska's per capita personal income does reasonably well in competition with the other states, as the statistics ranked it 7th in 2018 among the 50 states. In 2013 it had the fifth-highest number of millionaires per capita. It's due to very lucrative industries geared by oil and gas production, as most of the state's taxes are from petroleum mining. Additional revenue sources include pollock, seafood, crab, and salmon exports. Agriculture is only for subsistence purposes. As a result, most employment comes from the government and other industries within the shipping and transportation sector. As such, employing the most efficient routes is required when moving. Some of these are;
- Interstate A-1: it moves from Anchorage to the Canadian border in Alcan Border, covering 408 miles
- Intestate A-2: which connects Tok to Fairbanks
- Interstate A-3: used for linking Soldotna to Anchorage
- Interstate A-4: moving from Gateway, near Palmer, to Fairbanks. It's slightly over 323 miles.