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Massachusetts is an Atlantic coast state with large fields in the east and mountains in the western portion of the state. Massachusetts freight shipping rates are costlier when moving merchandise into the state due to the state's high consumption rand demand. Most of Massachusetts' freight moves through highways, railways, or seaports, all guarantying low shipping rates, even to foreign areas. LTL freight shipping rates are kept normally low due to the high volumes of freight traveling throughout the state. Freight traveling out of the state usually costs the least, but overall most shipping methods are all available for low costs.
Iowa is a primarily an agricultural state filled with iconic prairie lands and grasslands. Severe weather and cold winters have no drastic effect on truckloads traveling throughout the state, leading to extremely low freight shipping rates. Iowa borders the Mississippi River, the Missouri River, and the Big Sioux River, allowing a great amount of Iowa freight to move through these extensive waterways. Iowa produces a large volume of goods, allowing for very inexpensive shipping rates. Plenty of traffic being moved by road, rail, air, or water leads to low LTL prices. Because Iowa has a variety of industries and large volumes of freight traveling in, out, and throughout the state, freight shipping services are always busy.