New York to Baltimore freight shipping

Whether your freight transportation needs are intermodal, LTL, truckload, or rail, FreightCenter expertly handles shipping freight from New York, NY to Baltimore, MD - making it easy and affordable. Our partnerships with top freight companies in New York, NY allow us to offer volume-discounted freight rates, backed by our Lowest Price Guarantee. Get a free, Instant Freight Quote and book your shipment today.

New York City Freight Shipping

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You thought Houston was big? New York City is the most densely populated city in the country, making it a breeding ground for industry and a challenge for urban freight transportation. Look beyond finance and you'll discover vital industries like tourism, fashion, consumer goods and entertainment that churn imports and exports in the region.

Trucking can be challenging when freight shipping to New York City because of its size and dense population, but it doesn't have to be with FreightCenter. We have an extensive network of freight partners that know how to navigate the complex road infrastructure, as well as provide multimodal options to ship goods to the rest of the country and the world. The bridges and tunnels of New York City are controlled by the Port Authority of NY & NJ.


Baltimore Freight Shipping

baltimore city freight shipping

Shipping freight in and out of Baltimore is a smooth process with Maryland’s robust freight transportation infrastructure that’s rich in history. The Port of Baltimore was established in 1706, and the first freight railroad was established in Baltimore in 1827. Today, freight continues to move on water, rail, highway, and in the air.

Maryland’s economy balances on a robust freight and logistics network. The movement of goods across all modes of transportation is crucial to all businesses, including: healthcare, biotech, service businesses, agriculture, manufacturing and supply chain distribution. Home to the likes of Verizon and Black and Decker Corp, Maryland supply chains have many options to keep their freight moving no matter where they ship.