Bordered by the Delaware and the Great Lakes, Pennsylvania is situated in the northeast and has a number of diverse freight transportation options to offer. There are a number of canals and ports present which make sea freight not only a great option but also affordable. Since large shipments move to and from the state, the LTL rates are also comfortable. Additionally, there is a large number of international airports in the state, most of them very busy at all times, which is what makes air freight an equally affordable option. Shipping takes place throughout the year given how it is active both industrially and agriculturally. Quite a number of highways allow freight movement via truckloads at inexpensive rates.
We focus on the reduction of time and risks and the development of an efficient supply chain network that creates opportunities and business potential through our expedited freight shipping services. Freight movement from Pennsylvania to Michigan and vice versa can take place via truckloads or air freights—crossing Ohio—or via sea, given the weather conditions and availability of vehicles. In addition to interstate freight traffic, we also facilitate transatlantic shipment via sea, a process made easier thanks to our international network of shipping partners.
The route from Detroit to Pittsburgh is one that is used frequently for transport and can be covered in over 5 hours. Some 13 hours are taken by a truck to go from Mackinaw City in Michigan to Philadelphia in Pennsylvania. Another route that goes through Columbus and Marion in Ohio can be availed in the South. Due to Michigan’s humid climate, truckloads can sometimes face difficulties while moving, an issue that is duly resolved by air freight for interstate operations.
Our fleet of trucks, connections, and partnerships with internationally functional shipping partners, and close links with various major airports and canals allow us to extend speedy and efficient freight forwarding services to our clients.