Shipping from Jacksonville
Jacksonville, FL freight rates The northeast Florida city of Jacksonville is the self-proclaimed “America’s Logistics Center.” The city boasts 10 airports, four ports, a strong network of railways and convenient access to major highways and interstates. The region’s deep water port, JAXPORT, has three marine terminals that handle 8 million tons of cargo annually, including more than 515,000 vehicles. Jacksonville is intersected by three major interstate highways (I-10, I-95, and I-75) and a back-door road to I-295 provides expedited access in and out of the city. Three commercial trade railroads also provide service to the region. A local Foreign Trade Zone encompasses six counties and the region has a well-established Latin American trade lane and expanding shipping business to and from Asia and Europe. Like with other Florida markets, Jacksonville freight rates will change with the seasons because of the tourist and citrus industries. LTL freight shipping is usually affordable due to the volume of goods moving through the state by truck and rail.
Shipping to San Antonio
San Antonio, TX freight rates If you want to ship items to and from the Alamo or other points of San Antonio, you have abundant options. The city offers a comprehensive, accessible and free-flowing system of roads that include three major interregional highways and numerous U.S. and state highways. A wide array of motor freight carriers, rail providers and air cargo companies serve the area. In addition, Port San Antonio is a planned international, commercial, industrial and logistics center that will have Foreign Trade Zone status and abundant rail and highway access. Like most of Texas, shipping in and out of San Antonio is quite affordable due to the high volume of goods moving in, out and through the state, and efficient due to the transportation network and mild winters.