Roads -- who needs them? Enter the CATCO: a hard-chargin’, take-no-prisoners, all-terrain vehicle that is more tank than truck. Hauling fuel, freight and equipment to the farthest reaches of the Alaskan north, these trucks and the battle-hardened men who drive them literally live on the edge of civilization in some of the harshest weather and terrain on Earth. "Arctic Roughnecks"
will follow these Alaskan workhorses and the hardworking crew who operate them as they brave blizzards, white-out conditions and extreme temperatures. There are no roads in the remote, uninhabitable region 250 miles north of the Arctic Circle, so the men of Alaska Interstate Construction build an ice road to transport an oil rig weighing millions of pounds. Then the roughnecks of Crowley CATCO use their specialized CATCO vehicles to cross terrain so treacherous, it’s off-limits to the ice road truckers. Death is just an icy turn away, as they haul their cargo to the ends of the Alaskan frontier. (Source:
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