Alaska Trucking
Top-Tier Company in Anchorage Offering LTL & FTL Shipping

Alaska Trucking

Top-Tier Trucking Company in Alaska Offering LTL & FTL

No matter where your over-the-road cargo needs to go, we can get it there. Our local drivers know the fastest and safest ways to deliver cargo via Alaska’s highway system. Using our fleet of trucks, flatbeds, vans, and heavy hauling equipment, we can get your freight to its destination with ease.

Our trucking services to and from Alaska deliver time-saving and cost-effective solutions to customers in almost every line of business—including energy, construction, manufacturing, retail, medical, and more. Oversized freight, overweight freight, heavy equipment, medical equipment, construction materials, and other challenging freight is no problem for our experienced team.

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The Ultimate Guide to Types of Trucking in Alaska

FTL Trucking (FTL)

Simplifying FTL freight in Alaska is part of our expertise. With a commitment to timely deliveries, we make handling Alaska FTL straightforward and reliable.

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Less Than Truckload (LTL)

As a local Anchorage based trucking company, we can handle all LTL freight needs to, from, and within Alaska.

Port Drayage

We offer short-distance pickup and delivery for all types of cargo in Alaska. With our Anchorage-based team, we will ensure your goods get where they need to go on time.

Heavy Hauling

With a full roster of equipment at our disposal, we can move heavy equipment or machinery wherever it needs to go in the state.

Need to store your freight before moving it to its final destination? We offer secure storage solutions to keep your cargo safe until it’s needed.

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Anchorage, Alaska Based Trucking Excellence
Your Trusted Freight Partner

Anchorage, Alaska Based Trucking Company

Trucking Options Tailored to Your Needs

We offer a broad range of trucking services to, from,
and within Alaska, including:

  • Long haul trucking
  • Full truckload (FTL)
  • Less-than-truckload (LTL)
  • Box trucks
  • Dry vans
  • Container hauling
  • Container drayage
  • Specialized cargo

Long haul trucking

Full truckload (FTL)

Less-than-truckload (LTL)

Box Trucks

Dry vans

Container hauling

Container drayage

Specialized cargo

Alaska Trucking Team

Local Drivers Who Know Alaska’s Roads

Our experienced drivers know how to navigate Alaska’s significant challenges, including road closures, varying road width and quality, rapidly shifting weather, and seasonal weight restrictions. Our drivers’ local knowledge ensures that your cargo arrives safely—and on time.

Trucking in Alaska

Real-Time Updates and Dedicated Support for Truck Loads in Alaska

You’ll never have to wonder where your cargo is. Our robust tracking and reporting system will keep you updated every step of the way. If you do have questions, you’ll have access to a dedicated account representative who can assist you ASAP.

Customized Trucking in Alaska for Any Cargo, Anywhere

If your origin or destination is accessible by road, our OTR (over-the-road) trucking team can make your freight project happen. We can even provide freight shipping to Alaska, including both ocean and air options.

Whether you’re moving heavy equipment, construction materials, medical equipment, or any other type of over-the-road cargo, the Royal Alaskan Movers team is ready to assist. Reach out, and we’ll create a cost-effective and efficient Alaska trucking solution for you.

Full-Service Alaska Freight and Trucking Company

Frequently Asked Questions About Trucking Services in Alaska

Yes. Plenty of over-the-road (OTR) freight moves around the state. Even though 82% of Alaska communities are not accessible by road, the other 18% can receive deliveries by truck. In fact, the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities calls trucking “an irreplaceable part of the freight transportation system.”

Truckers drive the Alaska-Canada Highway (also known as the ALCAN) to move freight from the Lower 48 to Alaska. To learn more about freight movement in the state, check out our article, “How Does Freight Get to Alaska?”

The cost of moving freight to Alaska depends on a number of different factors, including your origin and destination, the size of your load, the type of freight you’re moving, your timeline, and more. To get a sense of how much it costs to move freight to Alaska, take a look at our article, “How Much Does It Cost to Ship Freight to and from Alaska?”

Alaska does have a shortage of truck drivers, meaning that qualified, experienced truck drivers are in demand in Alaska. With projects ramping up on Alaska’s North Slope, many trucking companies are offering salary incentives to drivers willing to navigate the Dalton Highway.

We select and train our local drivers carefully to ensure that your cargo moves safely through Alaska, all the way to its final destination.

Additional Resources on Alaska Trucking & Freight