TOTE Services is a TOTE, Inc. company. TOTE Services’ sister companies are organized in to two lines of business: TOTE Maritime includes operating companies Totem Ocean Trailer Express and Sea Star Line. TOTE Logistics companies include Alta Logistics, Alta Transportation and Spectrum Logistics. TOTE, Inc. and all of its subsidiaries are members of the Saltchuk Resources family of companies. Saltchuk is a family-owned private transportation and distribution company located in Seattle, WA.
Alta Transportation is a premier trucking company offering drayage and over the road solutions in to and out of the Port of Tacoma. Our service is dedicated to provide Totem Ocean Trailer Express, their customers and suppliers with superior drayage service of trailers and containers. As part of the supply chain solution between Alaska and Tacoma, ATI delivers.
Alta Logistics offers high quality solutions for clients with challenging transportation needs. Our personnel are experts in shipping all types and all sizes of cargo across unique environments worldwide. We listen carefully to your requirements to determine the best transportation methods for your shipment by land, sea and air.
Sea Star Line offers the most flexible and frequent service to Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Tortola. Our port facilities and operations are second to none; offering a unique ability to handle both Lift on / Lift off cargo & Roll on / Roll off cargo, Big Box, and Not in Container Freight.
Spectrum Logistics is a premier logistics company based in the Southeast United States. Spectrum Logistics is uniquely positioned to provide a wide array of services. We specialize in exceeding customers’ expectations by providing real-time information, unsurpassed predictability and bottom line solutions.
Totem Ocean Trailer Express is the premier provider of ocean transportation service between the ports of Anchorage, Alaska and Tacoma, Washington. TOTE operates a fleet of (RO/RO) cargo ships in addition to providing overland highway and intermodal connections throughout greater Alaska, Canada and the Lower 48.