FreightCenter often refers to the carriers we work with. But, what is a carrier? A common carrier, more often referred to as simply a carrier, is a person or company that transports goods on regular routes at set rates and are solely responsible for loss or damage. Public airlines, railroad, bus lines, taxicab companies, cruise ships, motor carriers, trucking companies and other freight companies usually operate as common carriers.

FreightCenter has developed a strong, nationwide network of common carriers since it was founded in 1998. Our partnerships with these carriers allow us to deliver the most cost-effective and hassle-free freight shipping services to you. Our common carrier companies are some of the leading trucking lines and freight companies within the United States.

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