Alaska Marine Lines: Serving to Canada and Alaskas Industry


Alaska Marine Lines moves all types of freight through the Southeast and Central Alaska, Prince William Sound and Yukon Canada. Most of the Alaska Marine Lines customers are retail stores and industries of fishing and mining.


Alaska Marine Lines counts with a fleet of different equipment made for the different needs of the customers. The company was the first one to use the 53 long, 102 wide and 10 high ISO rated refrigerated container. The service is improved also by traveling twice a week to the southeast Alaska, and offering a weekly service for Central Alaska.


There are 15 terminals of Alaska Marine Lines. They are located in Anchorage, Cordova, Craig, Fairbanks, Ketchikan, Sitka, Petersburg, Yakutat and more. Alaska Marine Lines operates as part of Lynden Companies. One of them, Alaska Marine Trucking is a complementary company created to handle the freight of Lynden Transport, Alaska Marine Lines and Lynden Air Freight.


During the summer season, Alaska Marine Lines is extremely busy, so this is the season of highest job opportunities. The company opens positions especially for new graduates and students to help with the season work.