With FreightCenter's promised competitive freight rates, freight shipping from Alaska to Utah is easier than ever. If you want to begin booking your freight shipment in a few short minutes, our simple quoting and booking process provides you with immediate freight rates from all the top shipping companies. FreightCenter makes it inexpensive to ship freight from Alaska to Utah by rail, intermodal, LTL, or truckload.
Alaska has a top forty-nine list of companies with headquarters located within the state. Arctic Slope Regional Corporation and Bristol Bay Native Corporation are the top two employers. These top two employ over Eight thousand six hundred people. Alaska has many manufacturing and retail companies operating in throughout its vast acreage. Transporting goods into and out of the state is challenging due to many factors. Alaska exports an estimated five billion dollars of goods to foreign markets. Here is a list of the top companies that freight ship goods in Alaska.
Arctic Slope Regional Corp
Nana Regional Corp
Chugach Alaska Corporation
Hoth DBA ERA Alaska
Udelhoven Oilfield System Services Inc
Alaska Interstate Construction LLC
Sealaska Corp is the oldest top forty-nine companies and employs over five hundred people. Shipping supplies and equipment in and out of Alaska is our specialty. Arctic Slope is the largest employer and revenue generator in the state. They operate in the energy sector. Arctic employs over four thousand people and are headquartered in Barrow. Our freight services will ship dry goods and inventories at discounted rates. LTL services or FTL services are handled daily by our fulltime support staff. We provide freight discounts that help large and small companies. Our goal is to save Alaskan companies money. This allows goods to stay competitive and profits to grow. We will service any location shipping from anywhere in the United States.
Utah freight shipping is heavily focused on mining and ranching, which are the state’s main industries. This mountainous western state contains a large population center and the area is filled with rural land. Most of Utah freight travels by truck and LTL shipping rates are the lowest near popular hubs. Shipping by truck is the most cost-effective way to move freight through Utah. There is a relatively low volume of goods shifting out, in and into Utah. Air freight is made possible by using international airports. In addition, rail shipping is affordable especially close to the rail lines.