Buyer's Guide

A directory of companies and business solutions


Airline listings:
514-422-5000
Air Canada
614-409-4900
AirNet Systems
206-433-3351
Alaska Airlines
817-967-2470
American Airlines
561-988-1868
Cargolux Airlines International
650-616-7500
Cathay Pacific
281-553-5050
Continental Airlines
718-340-7500
Emirates SkyCargo
886-3- 351- 5670
EVA Airways Corporation
718-656-9801
Japan Airlines
972-456-2200
Kitty Hawk Cargo
800-556-9000
KLM Cargo
213-484-1900
Korean Air
786-265-6000
Lan Cargo
404-814-5337
Lufthansa Cargo AG
Lynden logo
Lynden
Over land, on the water, in the air - or in any combination - Lynden has been helping customers solve transportation problems for over a century. Operating in such challenging areas as Alaska, and worldwide, Lynden has built a reputation of superior service to diverse industries including oil and gas, mining, construction, retail and manufacturing. The combined capabilities of the Lynden companies includes truckload and less-than-truckload transportation, scheduled and charter barges, intermodal bulk chemical hauls, scheduled and chartered air freighters, domestic and international air and ocean forwarding, customs brokerage, trade show shipping, sanitary bulk commodities hauling, and multi-modal logistics.
18000 International Blvd
Suite 800
Seattle, Washington 98188
United States
1 (206) 241-8778
1 (888) 596-3361
www.lynden.com

800-544-8831
Megatrux, Inc.
718-632-6412
Nippon Cargo Airlines
800-692-2746
Northwest Airlines
260-579-5343
NoWaitFreight
310-646-6200
Singapore Airlines Cargo
800-533-1222
Southwest Airlines Cargo
516-247-4100
Swiss WorldCargo
1 (508) 996-8888
Tires for Us
847-700-4000
United Airlines

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