Freight shipping from North Dakota to North Carolina is easier than ever with FreightCenter. Our simple quoting and booking process will enable you to get instant freight rates from all the top shipping companies and start booking your freight shipments in a few short minutes. FreightCenter makes it affordable to ship freight from North Dakota to North Carolina by LTL, Truckload, Rail, or Intermodal with our guaranteed competitive freight rates.
North Dakota has many large companies with headquarters located within the state. Two of the largest employers are the North Dakota University System and Sanford Health. Combined these top two employ over thirty five thousand people. North Dakota also has many manufacturing and retail companies. These companies transport goods throughout the nation. They also help make up North Dakota’s estimated four billion dollars of exported goods. Here is a list of top companies that regularly freight ship goods in North Dakota.
Basin Electric Power Cooperative
Dakota Growers Pasta Company
Global Electric Motor Cars
Hebron Brick Company
North Dakota Mill and Elevator
Scheel All Sports and Titan Machinery
Grand Forks Air Base employs approximately three thousand people. Shipping aircraft parts and equipment in and out of North Dakota is something we handle with ease. Bobcat is based in West Fargo. They also have facilities operating in Bismark, Gwinner and Wahpeton. We ship heavy machinery with freight services. Large service parts or goods coming into or sending out of the state is our specialty. Our discounts help large and small companies throughout North Dakota save money. We can service any location from a large metro to a rural stop.
North Carolina is a southern state on the Atlantic coast. While the eastern half of the state consists of fertile plains, the western half is quite mountainous. North Carolina freight rates can be quite volatile due to the agriculture, lumber, and manufacturing industries as well as the weather. The coastal location can make North Carolina shipping rates most affordable on the eastern side of the state. Low prices on inbound shipping can often be found during the fall months, when outbound prices increase. Due to low consumption and low volume of goods moving through the state, LTL freight rates can be higher than normal in North Carolina.