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  • 50 Years of Supplying Southcentral Alaska

    The Port of Alaska will be celebrating its 50th anniversary this fall. Built in 1961, the Port of Anchorage was only three years old when the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake rocked Alaska leaving it the only operational port in the south central region. As the sole gateway for waterborne supplies, the Port of Anchorage quickly became Alaska’s port establishing itself as a vibrant and essential economic engine for the state.

  • Cargo Distribution at the Port

    WHO WE SERVE - Cargo Distribution

    The Port of Anchorage is really the Port of Alaska. The Port serves over 85% of Alaska's populated areas with 90% of everything you eat, wear or drive.This includes essential fuel supplies like gasoline, diesel, heating oil, aviation gasoline and jet fuel for Elmendorf Air Force Base and Ted Stevens International Airport.

  • Port of Anchorage welcomes Japanese Navy, June 2011

    The Consular office of Japan and the Port of Anchorage announce the arrival of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) on Mon., June 6, 2011.

  • USS Anchorage LPD-23

    The USS Anchorage, a San Antonio class amphibious transport dock, is the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for Anchorage, Alaska.

    The ship was launched on February 12, 2011 and christened two months later, on May 14. Although the ship is still under construction it is scheduled to be aquired by the Navy in 2012. The Port of Anchorage is expected to welcome the USS Anchorage in summer of 2012.

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