Shipping from Dallas
Dallas, TX freight rates Whether shipping freight domestically or internationally, you can move cargo relatively quickly in and out of the Dallas region. Nearly all of the country’s population can be reached from Dallas by rail in 48 hours or less, and more than a third can be reached by truck. The region boasts three major rail lines and four rail intermodal facilities. A major interstate hub, Dallas has five interstate highways passing through (I-20, I-30, I-35, I-635, I-45). By plane, all major U.S. business centers are accessible within 3.5 hours. The Dallas-Fort Worth Airport provides non-stop access to 147 U.S. and 55 international cities, and handled 700,000 tons of cargo in 2014. Dallas is a major distribution hub for trade with Mexico, and is a regional Port of Entry to clear customs. The region has also invested heavily in the International Inland Port of Dallas, which will serve as a prominent inland port with enhanced security to facilitate the customs process and expanded Foreign Trade Zone when completed.
Shipping to Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV freight rates The heavy amount of tourism in Las Vegas means you don’t have to gamble with finding affordable shipping rates in and out of Nevada’s population center. Because Las Vegas is high-consumption, outbound freight shipping is a very cheap option. Las Vegas is situated in the central part of the 11-state western region and offers cost-effective, rapid access to major domestic and international markets. The city is at the hub of three major highway corridors: U.S. 95, U.S. 93 and Interstate 15. Numerous motor carriers serving the Las Vegas valley offer transcontinental, fast freight and van-line shipping within two days to all major markets, including deliveries to nearly every major western U.S. market. Trucks are the most common mode of transportation, accounting for over 75 percent of the goods shipped from Nevada. McCarran International Airport is served by seven air cargo providers. Very little rail freight originates or is delivered to Las Vegas, as Nevada as a whole is a drive-through state for rail cargo.