Freight Shipping Baltimore, Maryland

Home to the second largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic, the city of Baltimore moves freight using Interstate highways I-70, I-83, I-95, I-395, I-695, I-795, I-895 and I-97. The Baltimore-Washington Parkway directly links Baltimore to Washington, DC and inland cartage to and from Baltimore comes through the Port of Baltimore which moved nearly 30M tons of foreign commerce in 2014. In the path that sees the effects of the nor’easter macro-storm system which runs the East Coast in the winter, you need a team like Deployed Logistics’ trusted partners who can maneuver freight through the most trying of weather and roadway conditions and throughout the expansive suburban routes that link Baltimore to the cities of significance on the East Coast and throughout the US. We can provide a quote for competitive rates to move, manage and distribute your ground freight and timely track its progress throughout transport.
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