Whether you’re shipping by LTL, truckload, rail, or intermodal with our guaranteed competitive freight rates, freight shipping from Pennsylvania to Iowa is easier than ever with the help of FreightCenter. By using our simple quoting and booking process, you can 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 for you to ship freight from Pennsylvania to Iowa.
Pennsylvania has the fifth largest population in the US. Pennsylvania is also known as the Keystone State. The top five populated cities are Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Allentown, Erie, and Reading. The capital of Pennsylvania is Harrisburg. The size of the state is over forty-six thousand square miles. This makes it the thirty-third largest state. There are over twelve million people living in the state. There are six states that border Pennsylvania. They are New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, and Ohio. Pennsylvania has a gross state product of over six hundred billion dollars. It is the sixth largest gdp in the United States. The economy of the state alone makes it in the top twenty largest economies in the world. There are fifty fortune five hundred companies operating in the state. Here are a few fun facts that make this state unique,
Philadelphia is the home of the first computer
The mushroom capital of the world is located in Kennett Square
Franklin is a center for worldwide oil production
Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia
The Christmas tree capital of the world is located in Indiana County
Doylestown in home to handmade tiles. These tiles are made by the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works Company
Iowa is a mostly agricultural state with rolling hills and prairie lands. Iowa freight shipping rates are extremely affordable and severe weather and cold winters do not substantially impact freight trucking in the state. The state is bordered by the Mississippi River, the Missouri River, and the Big Sioux River, which allows for much of Iowa freight to move by water. Freight shipping is usually very inexpensive because Iowa produces a high volume of goods. A good deal of traffic by road, rail, air, and water means that LTL freight can move for very affordable pricing. Iowa has a variety of industries and freight shipping in, out, and through the state and is typically bustling.