Truck Fleet Hubs

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Truck Fleet Hubs

The top 10 cities in the United States for logistics and shipping according to overall shipping including freight, air, warehousing, etc., are New York City and Newark, New York; Houston, Texas; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas; Kansas City, Kansas; St. Louis, Missouri; Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; Boston, Massachusetts, and San Francisco, California. Details of each city's Locgistics Structure have been provided below.

New York/Newark

Houston

Minneapolis

Dallas/Fort Worth

Kansas City

  • Kansas City is an important shipping hub in the United States due to its central location, diverse shipping options, and connections to several rail systems.
  • The strongest logistics categories for the area are rail road infrastructure and interstate and highway infrastructure.

St. Louis

  • Not only does St. Louis offer a central location in the nation, but it also offers several forms of shipping including air, rail, road, and water infrastructures.
  • The top logistics categories in the area are transportation and warehousing infrastructure, interstate and highway infrastructure and railroad infrastructure.

Chicago

  • With one of the largest airports in the country and access to Lake Michigan and the Chicago and Calumet rivers, Chicago has central access to both water and air transportation for local and national logistics.
  • In addition, Chicago is known for having strong railroad and highway infrastructures and a quality workforce in the industry.
  • The top logistics categories for the area are transportation and warehousing infrastructure, interstate and highway infrastructure, railroad infrastructure, water port infrastructure, and air cargo infrastructure.

Cleveland

Boston

  • With several large ports including the Port of Boston, Boston is one of the largest water port hubs in the United States.
  • The top categories in the area are transportation and warehousing infrastructure and air cargo infrastructure.

San Francisco

  • San Francisco offers water port transport from the West coast through the Port of Oakland which has seen recent growth in freight volume.
  • The top categories in the area are transportation and warehousing infrastructure and air cargo infrastructure.
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