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Seattle is a coastal city in Washington State that's rich in exports including natural resources, construction materials, farming, fishing and consumer goods. Seattle is surrounded by water and interconnected to Canada, Alaska and the continental United States through a robust road and rail infrastructure. Air cargo freight is also a freight shipping option in Seattle.
Seattle freight shipping hubs include:
- Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
- Interstate 5 (I-5) and State Route 99 (SR 99)
- The Olympic Pipeline – a 400-mile pipeline delivering gasoline to areas of the Northwestern United States
- Port of Seattle
- Burlington Northern Sante Fe Railway (BNSF)
- Union Pacific Railroad (UP)
Once again, the trucking industry handles the majority of freight volume in Michigan. However, of the freight that isn't handled by ground transportation, Detroit handles the majority of high-value, time-sensitive freight via air freight. Canada is a huge trading partner with Detroit, Michigan. Cross-border freight shipping to Canada accounts for billions of U.S. dollars in trade. Detroit is heavy on shipping raw, non-metallic materials like sand and gravel, and the transportation of farm products and LTL shipments to warehouses and distribution centers place in close second.
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