AK-WA Connection 2009: Carrier takes care of Alaska seafood
Alaska Air Cargo launches new employee training initiative
designed to ensure freshness of state’s seafood shipments nationwide
By Rose Ragsdale
For Alaska-Washington Connection
Alaska Air Cargo has initiated a new quality control program designed to ensure that seafood shipments are kept cold so they can arrive as fresh as possible at grocery stores and restaurants across the nation.
Every year, Alaska Air Cargo plays a significant role in supporting the Alaska seafood ind....
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