Alaska freight rates Freight shipping rates in Alaska can sometimes be expensive due to the lack of roads and the sheer size of the state. Thankfully, most of the freight is located at the major port and in the cities. The Port of Anchorage is the major freight hub of the state. Freight rates leaving Alaska are almost always cheaper, especially refrigerated trucking rates, since most food is imported from the outside. LTL freight rates in Alaska are calculated on a stable tariff and do not usually increase or decrease based on seasonality. However, shipping less than truckload to Alaska is generally more expensive.
New Hampshire freight rates New Hampshire freight shipping has lots of options, like the other Northeastern states. With great international port access, intermodal rail lines and an abundance of truckload freight, shipping to, from and inside New Hampshire is very affordable. The ease and cost of shipping into or out of New Hampshire can be heavily based on proximity to major metro areas.