Alaska to Washington freight shipping

Begin booking your freight shipments today by using our straightforward booking and quoting process that will give you access to instant freight rates from top shipping companies. FreightCenter strives to make it affordable to ship freight from Alaska to Washington by LTL, truckload, rail, or intermodal with our guaranteed competitive freight rates. With FreightCenter, freight shipping from Alaska to Washington is made easier than ever. 

Alaska freight shipping


Alaska is one of two states in the US that do not recognize counties. The state refers to its top tier subdivisions as boroughs. It has nineteen organized boroughs and one unorganized borough. The organized boroughs do not cover the entire land area of the state. All area not covered by the organized borough fall into the one unorganized borough. This area is then divided into ten census areas.  The top ten boroughs by population in Alaska are.

Municipality of Anchorage (over two hundred and ninety thousand people)

Fairbanks North Star Borough (over ninety-five thousand people)

Matanuska-Susitna Borough (over eighty-eight thousand people)

Unorganized Borough (over seventy-eight thousand people)

Kenai Peninsula Borough (over fifty-five thousand people)

City and Borough of Juneau (over thirty-one thousand people)

Kodiak Island Borough (over thirteen thousand people)

Ketchikan Gateway Borough (over thirteen thousand people)

North Slope Borough (over nine thousand people)

City and Borough of Sitka (over eight thousand people)

 We transport products from all the boroughs in the state of Alaska. Try our real-time freight calculator tool. It will provide actual costs and estimated delivery times. You can choose from any of the available carrier matches. We transport products and goods between any size county or state in the United States. 

FreightCenter is the leader in cross-country freight shipping.

Washington freight shipping

Washington Freight Shipping MapAgriculture is a key industry in the state, which contributes to the extremely busy international port. Washington is in the Pacific Northwest and borders both the Pacific Ocean and Canada. An extended network of waterways allows for Washington freight to travel by water whenever needed. Most rail lines also connect to the busy ports, allowing for Washington shipping rates to stay low and reasonable. A great portion of the land is formed by rugged mountain ranges. Harsh snow during the winter season can trap mountain passes, making some roads difficult to travel on during these months. LTL freight is generally affordable because of the volume of goods moving through the state.