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New York is a very busy state on the northern Atlantic coast, known as a population center for the entire United States. Outside of New York City, the state is known for its farmland, forested areas and mountains. The state has a major manufacturing and agricultural industry, accounting for a large part of the state's population. New York freight shipping is easily accomplished due to the amount of infrastructure and planning initially devoted to the state's road and railway system. International seaports and airports allow for a variety of international shipping options and high volume means LTL rates are affordable. New York freight rates are most affordable when goods are shipped out of the state, but overall freight rates are normally low due to the busy economy and high volume of goods moving through the state.
Washington is located in the Pacific Northwest. The state borders both the Pacific Ocean as well as Canada. Much of the terrain consists of rugged mountainous regions. Agriculture is a major industry in the state, which also boasts a bustling international port. Harsh snow during the winter can close some mountain passes, making some roads difficult to travel on during these cold months. An extensive network of various waterways also allows for Washington freight to be moved by water, when possible. Most rail lines also connect to the busy ports, allowing for Washington shipping rates to remain low and reasonable. LTL freight is usually affordable due to the volume of goods moving through the state. Shipping rates can usually be found to be less expensive when moving goods out of the state, rather than moving goods in.