Logistics

Logistics

Carlile: Dedicated to Alaska

Carlile is dedicated to meeting the unique trucking & logistics needs of Alaska. Founded in 1980 by brothers John and Harry McDonald, Carlile has grown from two tractors to one of Alaska’s largest trucking companies. Today, Carlile’s wholly-owned terminals serve Alaska from Anchorage, Fairbanks, Kenai, Kodiak, Prudhoe Bay and Seward, as well as Tacoma, WA, Houston, TX, and Edmonton, AB.

Carlile joined the Saltchuk family of companies in 2013 and completed our commitment to connect the state by land, air and sea.  Carlile boasts the largest variety of trailers and equipment in Alaska and has the ability to custom fabricate equipment for specialized moves. Services include heavy haul, rail on and off-load, off-dock service in Tacoma, small business & residential Package Express to Alaska and a full-suite of logistics offerings to solve even the most complex challenge. A family-owned business since 1980, Carlile shares Saltchuk’s values of safety, reliability and commitment.

Services Provided in Alaska

  • LTL/TL
  • Bulk Dry / Liquid
  • Freeze / Chill
  • Heavy Haul
  • Cargo Logistics
  • Hazmat
  • Maintenance shops across Alaska and the Continental U.S.
  • Package Express

Shoreside Logistics: Florida’s Inland Transportation Solution

Based in Jacksonville, Florida, Shoreside Logistics is a trusted inland transportation company offering a broad range of logistics services that support the aviation and maritime industries. While their name is new, the company and employees are not. Shoreside Logistics has more than 15 years of cargo transportation and logistics experience. They serve the Ports of Jacksonville and Palm Beach, Florida, focusing on shippers moving cargo throughout the nation’s Southeast region. 

Services Provided in Florida

  • Local port drayage
  • Warehousing near Port operations
  • Dedicated fleet
  • Consolidation, deconsolidation
  • Customs House Broker
  • International freight
  • forwarder (IFF)

Quick Facts – Logistics Companies

  • +$220M annual revenue
  • 650+ employees
  • 11 terminals
  • 1,500+ pieces of trailing equipment in Alaska
  • 500+ tractors in Alaska

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