Miami to Seattle freight shipping

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Miami Freight Shipping

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Miami is a multicultural hub on the southeast coast of Florida, known for it's bolstering tourism industry. It is often considered a 'Global Gateway,' hosting the Port of Miami (or PortMiami), which frequently sees the passage of cargo from overseas shipments from across the Atlantic and throughout Latin and Central America. Additionally, Miami International Airport (MIA) permits passage of Air Freight from across the globe.

Miami-Dade county's unique position geographically means that shipping by roadway requires drivers to traverse solely through the state of Florida, given the structure of the peninsula itself. Three major highways connect the county to the rest of the state: I-75, I-95, and the Florida Turnpike. Rail carriers in Miami include the Florida East Coast (FEC) and CSX railways that run north/south down the county.


Seattle Freight Shipping

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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)