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North Dakota is a northern Great Plains state North Dakota’s largest industry is agriculture. Other major industries are petroleum, food processing and technology. Coal gasification and renewable energy are growing industrial markets within North Dakota. Agriculture handles an estimated one in four jobs in North Dakota. Ranking first in the production of flaxseed, canola, durum wheat and many more. Livestock production is a huge factor in the agriculture industry for this state. Shipping agricultural equipment into the state requires freight services. Freight services are also responsible for exporting approximately four billion dollars’ worth of goods. Canada is the largest foreign market that consumes goods. Mexico, Australia, Czech Republic and Spain are significant consumers as well. Renewable energy such as wind, bioenergy and ethanol power have also found a home in this state. Shipping renewable energy equipment into North Dakota is affordable. Using our services, we compare rates from top carriers to find you the best price. These carriers transport all industrial goods throughout the great state of North Dakota. We offer some of the best discounted freight rates possible servicing all areas of the state.
Alabama produces many different resources, both agricultural and industrial, that are shipped by freight. The state has mild winters that make winter freight trucking safer and easier than many other parts of the country. The peak of the outbound Alabama shipping season is the hot summer harvest, but low freight prices can still be found for freight trucks traveling from other locations into the state. The state's major port is located in the city of Mobile on the Gulf Coast, providing an excellent resource for international shipping. Alabama freight can also be shipped on both the rail system and the extensive network of waterways. The northeast portion of Alabama is part of the Appalachian Mountains.