The Port of Baltimore handles more autos than any other US port. Why? Its geographic advantage places it about 180 miles further into America’s heartland than any other east coast ports. The Port of Baltimore is located immediately off Interstate highway 95, the main street of the US east coast, and only minutes away from Interstate highway 70 which links to the Midwest. Within 24 hours, autos that come through the Port of Baltimore can find their way to two-thirds of the nation’s population.
Two more reasons for Baltimore’s success with autos are its experienced labor force and four on-site auto processors which can add myriad features to any car. Autos at the Port of Baltimore are more than a successful commodity; they are also a significant job generator. More than 1,150 direct jobs at the Port of Baltimore are generated by the port’s auto business.
The Port of Baltimore – a driving force for the automotive industry.
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Montway is one of the largest auto transport management companies in the US. With a network of over 10,000 experienced carrier partners, we are competitively positioned and offer both open and enclosed transport, with guaranteed pick-up dates. As the most reputable and technologically advanced provider of transport and integrated finished vehicle logistics solutions, Montway helps clients ramp up productivity and more effectively manage their car hauling needs.View website
Situated on the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway and the I-45, with facilities and property approximating 850 acres on Galveston Island and adjacent Pelican Island, the Port of Galveston generates circa $30.2 million and an annual estimated economic impact to the State of Texas of over $3.82 billion. The Port maintains Roll-On / Roll-Off (Ro-Ro) terminal facilities in both the east and west end areas of the Port, currently serviced by five regular Ro-Ro shipping lines.View website
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