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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.
Genuine Parts Company is also headquartered in Atlanta. They specialize in distribution of automotive and replacement parts from "the ATL".
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.
Famously nicknamed, The Motor City, Detroit is also home to many auto parts and engine manufacturing companies, shipping nationwide.