TOTE Maritime Alaska receives Regional Impact Award from Greater Federal Way Chamber of Commerce

By Curious

The Regional Impact Award recognizes leadership in economic development initiatives of the region; a focus on collegially inclusive approach to new existing business opportunities within the regional corridor; and a commitment to enhancing the economic prosperity of the region.

TOTE Maritime, through its operations in Alaska and Puerto Rico, provides high-speed liner services in the U.S. domestic trade. Operating in the Jones Act trade since 1975, TOTE companies strategically and efficiently route cargo from anywhere in North America to Puerto Rico and Alaska.

“We are extremely pleased to receive the Regional Impact Award from the Federal Way Chamber of Commerce,” said Michael Noone, President, TOTE Maritime Alaska.  “A core value at TOTE is our commitment to the communities where we live and work, and to be recognized as a leader in our community is especially gratifying.  We look forward to a continued partnership with the Federal Way Chamber.”

The services offered by TOTE Maritime companies are critical to the remote areas of the United States. Flexible, efficient, twice-weekly service to their dedicated trade routes ensures reliable, consistent and cost-effective cargo transport for U.S. residents in the non-contiguous states.

Source: TOTE Maritime