With a growing list of ocean carriers, transportation companies and transload warehouses, we have more options and greater flexibility to respond to the changing needs of your supply chain.
International container service
More carriers, vessel calls and a truly global reach:
- 14 international container carriers
- 10 regularly scheduled container services
- Multiple weekly services to major ports in the Transpacific
- Service to more than 50 major ports of call in major trade lanes around the globe
Container line weekly service calls
Shipping service strings and associated carriers
- [TPS] - Evergreen
- [UAM] - Evergreen
- [PNW] - Hyundai, APL, MOL
- [NWX] - Hapag-Lloyd, NYK, OOCL, ZIM
- [PAX] - Hapag-Lloyd, NYK, OOCL
- [PNX] - Hapag-Lloyd, NYK, OOCL, ZIM
- [MPS] - Hapag-Lloyd, Hamburg Sud
- [WAN] - Hamburg Sud, Hapag-Lloyd, U.S. Lines, ANL
- [NOWCO-A] - ”K”Line, Cosco, Yang Ming, Hanjin, MOL
- [YPN] - Yang Ming, Cosco, Hanjin, “K”Line
See our vessel schedule to view estimated dates of arrival and departure for vessels calling at Tacoma.
Domestic container service
More than 70 percent of all waterborne commerce between Alaska and the Lower 48 crosses our docks.
Horizon Lines and Totem Ocean Trailer Express (TOTE) offer twice weekly sailings to Alaska and Hawaii, transporting nearly $3 billion in goods annually. A 2011 study showed that 90 percent of the goods used by Alaskans west of Cordova are shipped through the Port of Anchorage from the Port of Tacoma.
Logistics service providers that specialize in dealing with the unique challenges of Alaska transportation are ready help get your products to market.
Our facilities are also ready to support major logistics and construction centers for large projects in Alaska.