Alabama to Alaska freight shipping

Freight shipping from Alabama to Alaska is easier than ever with FreightCenter. FreightCenter makes it affordable to ship freight from Alabama to Alaska by LTL, truckload, rail, or intermodal with our guaranteed competitive freight rate. Our simple quoting and booking process will enable you to get instant freight rates from all the top shipping companies and start booking your freight shipments in only a matter of minutes. 

Alabama freight shipping


Alabama Freight Shipping Map

Alabama is the twenty-second state accepted into the United States. It is ranked twenty-third in population with approximately five million people. The capital of Alabama is Montgomery although the largest city is Birmingham. The state is ranked twenty-eighth for the largest state in the US. Alabama is known for its forestry that produces paper, lumber and other woods products. Most of the state is covered in coastal plains, hills and broken terrain. Alabama is one of the largest automobile manufacturers in the south. An estimated 1 in 4 passenger cars used in southern states in manufactured here.  The state has eleven interstate highways that make up over eleven hundred miles. The longest interstate highway is Interstate 65 running three hundred and sixty-seven miles. The shortest interstate is Interstate 359 running just over two miles. Alabama has very limited public transportation available throughout the state. There are seven principle airports in Alabama.  Most products are transported by freight trucks in Alabama. Rail and water transportation is available in some parts of the state. Shipping goods in and out of the state on trucks is cost effective. Trucking services can pick up and deliver anywhere in Alabama. We offer services that will save you money comparing rates from top US carriers.

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Alaska freight shipping

Alaska Freight Shipping MapAlaska is a relatively remote and large area that requires some special freight shipping solutions. By approximately 500 miles, Alaska is separated from the rest of the continental United States and some roads used by freight trucks are seasonal. As several regions are not reachable by road, Alaska shipping by air and sea are important options to consider. Although shipping out of the state is normally associated with lower prices than shipping into the state, LTL prices are often higher than air shipping for the same weight. Lower prices on Alaska freight shipping into the western regions can be difficult to find.