Hometown Giving

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Hometown Giving

Since starting our service 45 years ago, TOTE Maritime Alaska has dedicated time, energy and money to supporting the communities our employees call home. From 20+ year support for ALPAR hauling recyclables back to the Lower 48 to engaging with new and emerging opportunities in both Alaska and Washington, TOTE Maritime Alaska is committed to serving and supporting the communities we serve.

In 2018, TOTE Maritime gave $2.3 million in donations and support to organizations in Alaska and Puget Sound. This was acheived through donations from TOTE, in-kind support, program sponsorships, TOTE's employee matching program as well as employees volunteer hours. TOTE supports efforts engaged in health, safety, arts, community programming, environmental initiatives, youth and education - in 2018, this included more than 150 organizations.

We remain committed to supporting organizations in these communities and each year gives at least 1% of earnings back to the community.

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TOTE Celebrates National Truck Driver Appreciation Week

Sep 16, 2020

Commends America’s truckers for keeping our nation’s economy moving and enabling industry leading turn times at TOTE terminals Jacksonville, Fla., September 15, 2020 – TOTE, LLC (“TOTE”) and its affiliates […]

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TOTE Companies Win Quest for Quality Award from Logistics Management Magazine

Aug 10, 2020

TOTE ocean carriers honored for world-class operations and exemplary service  JACKSONVILLE. Fla., August 10, 2020 — TOTE, LLC (“TOTE”) operating companies TOTE Maritime Alaska and TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico have […]

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Frontiers: Shipments continue arriving in Alaska market despite COVID-19

Mar 23, 2020

Published on KTVA News KTVA news covers the concerns of Alaska over empty shelves. Some shipping companies and Port of Alaska officials say goods are making it into Alaska just […]

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