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Boston, MA freight rates The Port of Boston is the oldest continually active port in the Western Hemisphere. Its Conley Container Terminal in South Boston serves six of the world’s top 10 container lines and handles nearly 1.5 million metric tons of cargo each year. The port provides efficient truck turn times from pedestal to pedestal of about 30 minutes. The terminal is situated less than two miles from the I-90 and I-93 interstates and the port authority is in the process of building a dedicated freight corridor to separate truck traffic from local commuter traffic to increase efficiency. Nearly 100 ocean container trucking firms offer service through the Port of Boston, as well as dozens of firms that offer international freight forwarding, customs house brokerage and ocean transportation Intermediary services. Logan International Airport is the 10th busiest facility in the country for cargo handling with several domestic and international carriers and two cargo complexes. The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is another option for air freight. About a dozen railroad companies provide freight service in and around Boston and throughout the state of Massachusetts.

San Francisco, CA freight rates Not only can you leave your heart in San Francisco, you can also leave a lot of cargo in the City by the Bay. Not to mention you can ship a lot of it outbound as well, as San Francisco is the seventh largest overall exporting region in the U.S. and the largest exporting region to Asia. The Port of San Francisco is unique in its ability to handle many types of cargo in an efficient and cost effective way. The port frequently handles rolling stock, project cargo, and breakbulk. The city is served by more than 20 trucking companies and two major railroads. Air Cargo service at the San Francisco International Airport is available from 56 airlines, including seven cargo-only airlines. U.S. Custom’s services are available on site 24/7. Air freight in and out of San Francisco is in high demand and the growing demand for international cargo will push the airport to nearly full capacity in the next several years. This could raise the cost of air freight in and out of the city.