With our guaranteed competitive freight rates, FreightCenter has made it inexpensive to ship your freight from Alabama to Minnesota by LTL, rail, truckload, or intermodal. In just a few short minutes, our easy to use quoting and booking procedure will allow you to receive immediate freight rates from all top leading shipping companies and jumpstart booking for your freight shipments. Freight shipping from Alabama to Minnesota is now easier than ever with FreightCenter.
Alabama has many of America’s fastest growing companies with headquarters located within the state. The largest two employers are the Redstone Arsenal and the University of Alabama Hospital. These top two employ over sixty thousand people. Alabama has many manufacturing and retail companies operating in many areas. These companies transport goods throughout the nation. These companies produce a majority of Alabama’s estimated nineteen billion dollars of exported goods. Here is a list of top companies that regularly freight ship goods in Alabama.
Hunt Refining Company
O’Neal Steel Inc
Sneaky Pete’s and Torchmark Corporation
Alabama Power company employs approximately five thousand people. Shipping motors and equipment in and out of Alabama is something we handle with ease. Russell Brands is based in Alexander City. They produce sporting and athletic goods. Russel employs over five thousand people. We ship dry goods and inventories with freight services. Less than truckload or full truckloads coming into or sending out of the state is our specialty. We provide shipping discounts that help large and small companies. Saving Alabama companies money allows goods to stay competitive and profits to grow. We can service any location from a corporate loading dock to a residential home.
Minnesota is a northern Midwest state that borders the Great Lakes as well as Canada. The Twin Cities range of Minneapolis and St. Paul where the population resides, is a focal point for transportation. There are some forests in the northern regions, however most parts of Minnesota contain flat prairies. A large range of manufactured goods, lumber, and agricultural products are produced in this state. Because of the low volume of goods, LTL shipping is expensive. Freight shipping in Minnesota is conducted by various channels such as water, rail and road transportation. Although the state has an effective shipping system, Minnesota freight rates can be quite costly due to the relative remoteness of the state.