Lynden is more of a complete transportation system than Carlile, which is a trucking company that is big in the Interior and Far North, but not so big Outside. During my time with the FAA in Anchorage, I ran the unit that had oversight of their all-cargo, all-countries airline; they used Lockheed Hercules L-382 airplanes, the civilian version of the military C-130. One of my manager colleagues used them to ship a Harley from Houston to Anchorage.
In 2010 I saw a Carlisle truck on I-90 in Lorain County, Ohio which is a very very very long way from home for that Carlisle truck it looked out place on I-90 in Lorain County, Ohio it must have been some fluke or very special load, because Carlisle I don't think makes it down to Ohio all that often. That would be like seeing GFS truck in Alaska.