Very close to the Atlantic coast, the central state of Kentucky has two rivers bordering it: the Mississippi River and the Michigan River. This, of course, entails that the state is buzzing with freight traffic and shipments that are constantly being loaded and unloaded.
Kentucky also stands out on the basis of it being surrounded by many states that are highly productive in terms of the industrial and the manufacturing departments. This is why such a high concentration of traffic moves to and from the state. Most of the freight activity occurring in Kentucky takes place over water. Due to the presence of large bodies of water and the rich traffic going to and from the state, it’s also easy to find affordable options for LTL freight shipping services in Michigan, usually found near transportation hubs that are most active.
Naturally, since Kentucky is surrounded by other states and not by any bodies of water, it goes without saying that sea freight is not an option.
Michigan is a largely an industrial state, and is surrounded by large bodies of water—the Huron and Superior Lakes in the northeast and the Michigan river in the south—which makes sea freight a viable option for long-distance interstate and transatlantic transportation. Within the country, neighboring states find truckloads to be the easiest method whereas states that are further down south or in the west, air freight can be availed. The rates for air freight to and from the state are also budget-friendly, thanks to the presence and position of Detroit airport.
Kentucky to Michigan and vice versa is a freight route generally covered by truckloads, being states that are situated pretty close to each other, if not exactly neighbors, kept apart only by Indiana and Ohio. Our fleet of trucks is regularly checked and kept in perfect working condition so as to better facilitate our clients.