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Vol. 14, No. 38 Week of September 20, 2009
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: Carlile featured in 2009 ‘Ice Road Truckers’

Carlile said May 28 that its Alaska Truckers of Carlile Transportation Systems were featured May 31 on the History Channel’s season premiere of Ice Road Truckers. The 2009 season focuses on the challenges faced on the Haul Road and the ice roads of the North Slope of Alaska. The Alaska chapter of Ice Road Truckers strongly emphasizes the importance of safety preparedness, challenging the industry to deliver 6,000 loads of freight to the oil camps on Alaska’s North Slope in just 12 weeks. While tackling the 500-mile-plus stretch from Fairbanks to the remote outpost of Deadhorse, the truckers experienced unexpected weather, virtual whiteouts and treacherous terrain like never before.

Safety in the workplace is at the core of Carlile’s priorities and drives its operation decisions. Carlile enforces a zero tolerance policy for any inappropriate driving performance.

For more information visit www.carlile.biz.



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