Shipping from North Carolina
North Carolina freight rates Textiles and weather make North Carolina freight rates a bit trendier than other states. The Mid-Atlantic states in general are a bit harder to find truckload capacity, which can negatively affect truckload freight rates. The lumber industry can make freight shipping outbound North Carolina much more expensive during the fall than any other time. LTL freight rates can be more expensive in the rural areas of North Carolina and slightly above average in the more populated areas due to the factors listed above. The ease and cost of shipping into or out of North Carolina can be heavily based on proximity to major metro areas.
Shipping to Delaware
Delaware freight rates Shipping to Delaware's open and rural areas is generally not too expensive and the freight rates are steady. Because of the consumption of the area, lots of LTL freight moves in, so less than truckload freight rates are affordable throughout the area. There are ports and major railroads nearby, so intermodal freight is a great option for Delaware. The ease and cost of shipping into or out of Delaware can be heavily based on proximity to major metro areas.