When you need a freight forwarder for freight shipping to Louisiana or shipping from Louisiana, Deployed Logistics offers competitive rates each and every time. We’ve managed the logistics for thousands of freight shipments to and from Louisiana because of our long-standing reputation for reliable global and domestic transportation solutions. Companies of every size know us for providing complete logistics services for the most demanding shippers. We can effectively manage your large-volume shipments or smaller custom-handling freight needs with ease using our large complex of freight handling affiliates. Use our online system now to get a competitive freight quote with highly personalized service from a staff you can reach anytime – online or by phone. Deployed Logistics is licensed as a NVOCC, Indirect Air Carrier, Freight Forwarder and Motor Carrier with one of the largest transport networks for all your ground, ocean or air freight shipping needs.
Historically known for being a state with significant American manufacturers and the original home to the auto industry, Michigan has developed an extensive grid of freeways and transport corridors and enough rail and light rail networks to move, manage and distribute all your freight shipping to Michigan and from Michigan. Whether ground freight shipping, truck freight shipping, or less than truckload (LTL) freight shipping, Deployed Logistics will work quickly to develop a volume-discounted freight quote and get your cargo moving. With cities of size like Detroit, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Flint and Warren, there is enough rail lines, freeways and Interstate highways to distribute freight and provide the freight special handling, late night or after-hours deliveries, and palletizing requirements you may have. The Port of Detroit, along the Detroit River and part of the Great Lakes Waterway channels and canals, has multiple marine terminals easily accessed to serve you through our trusted network of dedicated support agents available online or by calling us for a ready quote now.