Freight shipping from Alabama to North Carolina is easier than ever with help of FreightCenter. In only a matter of minutes, our straightforward quoting and booking process will empower you to get immediate freight rates from all our leading shipping carriers and begin booking your freight shipments. FreightCenter makes it very inexpensive to ship freight from Alabama to North Carolina by intermodal, LTL, truckload, or rail with our guaranteed competitive freight rates.
Alabama exports an estimated nineteen billion dollars’ worth of goods a year. These exported goods consist of motor vehicles, primary metals, machinery, paper, and plastic products. Exporting goods is essential to Alabama’s economy. An estimated eight hundred plus million dollars per year in Aerospace parts are exported. Mobile is ranked at the one hundredth and fourth largest metro area in the US exporting goods. Birmingham, Montgomery, and Huntsville also export large amounts of value in goods. Freight trucking provides much of the transportation services used in Alabama’s exporting products. Shipping exports out of the state with competitive rates is what we help you achieve. Transporting products to other countries or a port of distribution is competitive. Freight shipping rates are constantly changing because of fuel costs and trucking routes. Transporting your goods on time is dependent on service areas and capacity hauling. The cost of transporting materials is a huge concern for most companies. Freight transportation costs will affect these margins and reduce profit margins. Instantly compare pricing and delivery times from top carriers using our freight quote tool. FreightCenter aligns with the top United States dependable trucking and rail companies. These companies service our customer’s needs saving them money. We can ship goods and products from any location in Alabama to anywhere in the world.
North Carolina freight rates can be quite changeable due to the agriculture, lumber, and manufacturing industries as well as the climate. North Carolina is a southern state located along the Atlantic coast. While the eastern portion of the state consists of fertile plains, the western half is quite mountainous. On the eastern side of the state, the coastal location can make North Carolina shipping rates most affordable. Because of low consumption and low volume of goods traveling through the state, LTL freight rates can be higher than normal in North Carolina. Low prices on inbound shipping can regularly be found during the fall months, when outbound costs increase.