What’s New at the Port of Anchorage

The Port of Anchorage provides critical shipment support of fuel and goods to Alaska citizens, especially those living in Alaska's most remote areas. The existing port has exceeded its original design and economic life due to severe corrosion and cargo transport practices changes. The Port of Alaska Modernization Program (PAMP) will provide four new terminals for shipping companies.

In mid-November 2020, the Port of Anchorage successfully finished its first season of in-water Petroleum and Cement Terminal construction (PCT). The workers were able to complete the base structure for the PCT access trestle and platform. They removed the temporary construction trestle that was used to build the PCT base structure. The work is shut down for winter.

In 2018 and 2019, PCT-related shore preparation work and transitional dredging were performed. Work is set to resume this month. The overall PCT project is expected to open in late 2021 after some delay due to COVID and beluga whale sightings, a protected endangered species.

Alaska Air Forwarding offers premier cargo shipping services and freight forwarding to Alaska. The modernization of the Port of Alaska is an essential part of the success of the operation.

You can count on Alaska Air Forwarding to find a way to get your pertinent freight to the most remote areas of Alaska. We provide a price-conscious but dependable service in areas where weather and service are anything but reliable. Villages like Chignik, Naknek, or Adak are areas far off the map, which your mainstream freight forwarders can hardly spell, let alone route your package. With over 20 years of experience working on getting freight into the bush communities, we have the lift, connections, and knowledge to deliver for you.

Alaska Air Forwarding has offices in key Alaska cities. Our professional and knowledgeable staff is there to facilitate getting your shipment delivered. Let us know how we can help your business.

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