Canada’s Northern Rockies in British Columbia provide a scenic backdrop for three Carbon Express tank transports hauling drilling fluid to Alaska. The tank truck carrier hauled 15 loads of the product to Fairbanks AK in 2018.
A Carbon Express tanker rig winds its way around Muncho Lake in British Columbia, Canada.
Equipment used to transport drilling fluid to Alaska included this DOT407 tank trailer.
Fueling locations were plentiful on the route to Alaska, and the Carbon Express drivers had no trouble keeping the 110-gallon fuel tanks filled on their trucks.
Company tractors had Roper reversible product pumps, which add versatility to product handling.
Most of the Carbon Express vehicles on the Alaska run had widebase tires. Computer sensors tracked tire pressures on tractor tires, while trailers had tire pressure management systems.
Mountain vistas were a regular part of the scenery during the drive through western Canada and Alaska.
Free roaming bison lounging on the roadside were a frequent sight in Alaska and northwest Canada.