Atlanta to Boston freight shipping

Shipping freight between the two major metro city areas of Atlanta, GA and Boston, MA is quick and easy with FreightCenter. Whether your freight transportation needs are intermodal, less-than-truckload (LTL), truckload, or rail, our Instant Freight Quote calculator lets you quickly compare hundreds of freight rates and booking is a breeze. Our partnerships with top freight companies in Atlanta and Boston allow us to offer you volume-discounted freight rates, backed by our Lowest Price Guarantee. Get your free, Instant Freight Quote and start booking your shipments today.

Atlanta Freight Shipping

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As an international hub for air, rail and ground transportation, there are many different Atlanta, GA freight shipping options, allowing for guaranteed transit times and cheap freight rates. Whether shipping freight by train, plane, or via truck on a U.S. interstate or highway, FreightCenter provides the most cost efficient form of cargo transportation to and from Atlanta.

If you think the peach is Georgia’s number one export, you may be mistaken. Atlanta is home to major international brands like The Home Depot and The Coca-Cola Company. To top it off, SAIA, as well as other transportation giants like Delta Air Lines and United Parcel Service (UPS) chose Atlanta, GA for their office headquarters. Atlanta is considered to be a major distribution hub for eCommerce.

Atlanta Fun Freight Fact:
According to the ATL wikipedia page, Atlanta is home to multiple freight train lines, an Interstate Highway System, several airports (including the world's busiest airport), and over 45 miles of bike paths — wait, bike paths? Bike paths are about the only shipping lane FreightCenter cannot accomodate!

Boston Freight Shipping

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Shipping up to Boston? With the robust infrastructure of Boston’s highways and intermodal options, as well as, the Port of Boston and Logan International Airport, shippers have many options when moving freight in and out of Boston.

This city is also home to the Conley Terminal, which is the only full-service cargo terminal in the New England region. Among other important achievements, it conducts business with over 1,500,000 metric tons of freight on an annual basis, and provides service to some of the largest shipping lines, including MSC, COSCO, Yang Ming, Maersk, and more.