Cook Inlet Tug & Barge is a marine transportation company, specializing in harbor services and fuel distribution, with focus on the Port of Anchorage and Cook Inlet, Seward, Southeast Alaska, Aleutian Islands and Western Alaska.
To provide marine services without equal.
At Cook Inlet Tug & Barge, our Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental programs are of paramount importance. We're currently pending certification with The American Waterways Operators Responsible Carrier Program. The AWO Program operates under three principal areas: Management and Administration, Equipment and Inspections, and Human Factors. We are always working hard to improve our safety, health, environmental, and quality programs.
Cook Inlet Tug & Barge was formed in 1924 by the Anderson Family. Originally named Anderson & Son’s Transportation Co., the family owned business helped build Alaska by providing marine services to contract mail, passenger and cargo services between Cook Inlet and Prince William Sound and all the way to Kodiak, Dutch Harbor, Anchorage and Seward and as far south as Puget Sound. Re-incorporated after World War II as Cook Inlet Tug & Barge, we have taken pride in being a market leader in the areas we have served. In 1964, after the big earthquake, Cook Inlet Tug & Barge refocused its efforts by providing premium marine services throughout South Central Alaska, especially Cook Inlet and the Port of Anchorage. We take pride in providing excellent services in a very unique and challenging environment.
In 2011, Cook Inlet Tug & Barge joined the Saltchuk Family of companies. CITB's parent company, Saltchuk Marine, oversees a diverse group of tug & barge companies. Collectively, Saltchuk Marine companies are one of the largest operators of tugs and barges in the United States.