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Louisiana’s freight transportation has been operating for centuries. In fact the New Orleans and Carrolliton Line is the oldest still operating railway in the nation. Louisiana’s freight transportation exceeded 1,022,178 tons in 2010. With this constant flow of freight to and from Louisiana, freight shipping companies are busy at work transporting via rail, truck, waterways and air.
Louisiana is located on the Gulf of Mexico and has a thriving economy that relies primarily on seafood and agricultural products. Louisiana freight shipping is usually quite affordable due to the thriving seaport that is one of the largest in the world. A large volume of Louisiana freight is transported on the Intracoastal Waterway. LTL freight shipping is usually quite affordable due to the large volume of goods moving through Louisiana, though larger loads are considered more cost-effective. Shipping by rail and even air can also be affordable compared to many other areas. Shipping goods from Louisiana to another state can be quite inexpensive as Louisiana freight shipping rates are pretty affordable.
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Maine is the northernmost state on the Atlantic coast and shares a border with Canada. The rugged terrain consists of mountain ranges and dense forests, which produce large amounts of lumber. Most Maine shipping is accomplished by sea and by rail, and the seaport in Portland is one of the busiest on the coast. Maine freight shipping rates are usually inexpensive due to this critical freight hub, and international shipping is also quite affordable. Trucking is a less common method of shipping, but there is still a high volume of goods moving through the state, making LTL shipping reasonably affordable, particularly in the most populated areas.
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