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Maryland is a small state on the east coast. Its mild, cool climate allows for low competitive rates when shipping out of Maryland. Baltimore has the port used for most of Maryland's shipping. The city's main port receives a great volume of rail and sea shipment traffic, causing flat shipping rates. Air transportation is found to be much lower in Maryland, in comparison to a lot of other states. The other, less costly shipping option is LTL freight. LTL and TL are less costly shipping methods due to the high volume of loads traveling in and out of the state. It is less expensive to move goods into Maryland, than moving goods out.
North Carolina is a southern state on the eastern coast. While the eastern half of the state consists of flat plains, the western half is actually quite mountainous. North Carolina's freight shipping rates can be quite volatile due to the state's lumber, agricultural, and manufacturing industries as well as its rough weather. The state's coastal location makes shipping rates more affordable towards the eastern side of the state. Low prices on inbound shipping can often be found during the fall months, when outbound prices are often set to increase. Due to North Carolina's low consumption and low volume of goods moving throughout the state, LTL freight rates in North Carolina can be found to be higher than the country's average