FreightCenter makes shipping freight from Alaska to Rhode Island easier than ever with our promised competitive freight rates. In just a couple of minutes, you can begin booking your freight shipments with our straightforward quoting and booking system. We strive to make it inexpensive to ship freight from Alaska to Rhode Island by using LTL, intermodal, rail, or truckload.
There are six producing mines in Alaska. There are also eight additional exploration projects that are potential mining opportunities. Fort Knox Mine is Alaska’s largest surface gold mine. It has over five hundred employees and has been producing for twenty years. Greens Creek Mine produces silver, zinc, gold, and lead. It is one of the world’s top ten silver producers. Kensington produced over one hundred and fourteen thousand ounces of gold in 2013. It employs over three hundred people in the city of Juneau. Pogo Mine has been producing gold for almost twenty years. It has over two hundred full time employees and an additional two hundred contractors. Red Dog produces zinc, lead, and silver. They are one of the world’s largest zinc concentrate producers. Usibelli Coal Mine is Alaska’s only operating coal mine. It fuels almost forty percent of Alaska’s interior electricity. Mining requires a lot of materials and equipment to be transported. Using freight services provided by FreightCenter will save you time and money. Our online free fright quote will allow you to get real time pricing. It will also allow you to see which carriers are available. We have full time sales agents who are experienced in shipping specialized equipment. They will provide best practice advice to help with all you mining needs.
Although Rhode Island is the nation's smallest state, the proximity to larger and busier states means shipping prices are low and normally stable. The state economy is based largely on manufactured goods and there is usually a steady stream of Rhode Island freight moving by truck. Rhode Island is a very small state located on the northeastern Atlantic coast. This state contains various ports and bays including the Port of Providence, one of the largest deep water seaports in the New England area. A high volume of goods moving through the state makes LTL shipping cheaper. As a high-consumption state, outbound Rhode Island freight shipping rates are usually the least expensive.