Alutiiq Manufacturing Company (AMC) was the first business to locate at Port MacKenzie and was the first company to ship from the newly constructed Barge Dock in July of 2001. Alutiiq operates a production facility on their lease at Port MacKenzie which specializes in the construction of manufactured buildings, including; modular homes, electrical modules for the North Slope oil fields, office buildings, dining facilities, range buildings, bunkers for the military, a large building for Alyeska ski resort, pre-fabricated houses, and other projects. These buildings have been transported to their destinations via tidewater and land. Bill Kane, Superintendent, (907) 357-4283.
Central Alaska Energy, LLC
Central Alaska Energy LLC is developing a 4.8 million gallon fuel terminal at Port Mackenzie. The facility will be capable of storing several grades of product for a variety of commercial customers. The terminal will have access to multiple fuel sources in Alaska as well as the lower 48 or international supply. Options for petroleum distribution will include fuel trucks, rail cars, and marine vessels via pipeline to/from the Port MacKenzie Dock. The new terminal will serve industrial customers requiring physical storage or secure pricing for their petroleum products.
Justin Charon, office number (907) 440-0769.
NPI, LLC was the initial cornerstone business to lease land in the Port District. NPI built the multi-commodity conveyor system and began exporting wood chips in 2005 and in the process, docked the first commercial vessel in the Port’s short history. NPI exported wood chips to South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan until 2007. NPI also constructed a 24,000 square foot warehouse and began importing steel and cement with another Alaskan owned business. In 2010, NPI coordinated the deepest draft vessel to ever navigate Upper Cook Inlet and dock at Port MacKenzie for a test coal shipment. Dane Crowley, Manager, (907) 357-3722.
PacArctic Logistics is a full service transportation and logistics company who offers scheduled barge service from the Pacific Northwest to Port MacKenzie. Other capabilities include all types of specialized cargo handling and project logistics. They are set up with dependable equipment and experienced personnel to handle most projects. They also have a 230 Ton Manitowoc Crane. PacArctic is a subsidiary of Koniag, Inc. For a 2013 sailing schedule visit www.Pacarctic.com. If you have any other questions email us at:
or call (907) 306-9314.
Tenants in Transit Terminal Building (coming soon)