Ground freight shipping


There are modes of freight shipping: ground, air and ocean. Ground shipping involves transporting freight either over-the-road with trucks or using rail with train. When you combine truck and rail shipping it is called intermodal. Intermodal shipping is almost always the cheapest and most environmentally safe ground shipping method. 

Ground shipping is a relatively cheap way to ship freight. It is usually used to transport large items that are not time-sensitive. If you do have time sensitive shipments, air freight might be the best solution for you.

Ground shipping requires an average transit time of three to 10 days, depending on the pickup and delivery locations. If your shipment requires overnight, high speed or international delivery, then consider using rail shipping, ocean container shipping or air freight as transportation alternatives. You can also request expedited services for over-the-road shipping that can get your shipment to its destination faster.


With a large network of carriers operating in North America, we offer ground shipping rates on full and partial trucking services to and from the United States, Canada and Mexico. Our ground freight carriers have mastered lanes to and from popular U.S. destinations like New York, Florida, California, Arizona, Texas and everywhere in between. Obtain a discounted ground shipping rate today and we will provide you with a great ground freight rate whether you are a commercial or residential shipper.