Span Alaska and its related companies ship more than 400 million pounds of freight annually to Alaska. That’s a lot of cargo. It is amazing that with just over 200 employees, we are able to move it all with very few hiccups. The expertise of our long-term professional staff has allowed us to maintain a great reputation with our customers. Here are a few of their comments:
“Integrity, trust, and honesty are just a few words that come to mind after doing business with Span Alaska for over 12 years. I love working with this company!”
Capacity Key Account Manager
“The best customer service and intrinsic value in the business”.
“I want to let you know that we are very impressed with the services that Span Alaska Transportation has given us over the past few months. We believe the accuracy and care you and your team provide are superior to those we have dealt with in the past and want to thank you again for the continued great customer service!”
Physical Inventory and Logistics Manager
Big Ray’s [#18]
“Span’s rates are competitive and their service, reporting tools and communication have been outstanding”.
GCI Logistics Senior Manager
“The level of service I have received is exceptional”.
Vice President of Sales
Coastal International Logistics
“Top of the line service like Span’s will keep me a customer for a long time.”
“Once again, your team has exceeded my expectations.
I have yet to have a bad experience with any member of the Span Alaska team and I want to extend my thanks to all of the people who have helped take care of this account.
The job of a Purchasing Agent in Alaska is very challenging. Our freight costs can sometimes overwhelm our budgets, but we have to keep the supplies and equipment moving, especially in a hospital. What you do for us is crucial. In the end, what all of you do for us is keep our patients comfortable, safe and in a healing environment. What you do for us when you quote a shipment, when you pick up the equipment and when you deliver it to our door is keep us in the business of providing Care. Care for those coming into the world, for those at their most vulnerable and for those leaving this world.
Sometimes we forget that we are not just moving stuff, we are sometimes providing equipment and supplies that will save someone’s life or improve it in some way. You are all a very integral part of what we do here at South Peninsula Hospital and I appreciate you all very much.”
Maria Victoria Soto
South Peninsula Hospital