Shipping between canada and Minnesota
Shipping between Canada and Minnesota
Freight steadily moves between Minnesota and Canada, connected through 8 border crossings, spanning 880 kilometres(547 miles) along Manitoba and Ontario. Minnesota is an agricultural leader in the USA, a core industry impacting their economy. This is partly attributed to General Mills, who originated in Minneapolis and still call Minnesota home. They are a multinational manufacturer of consumer goods and have aided in the continuous development of Minnesota’s economy.
Canada imports $6.6 billion in goods from Minnesota annually. The largest imports are energy at 27% and equipment/machinery at 20%. Rounded out by agriculture, minerals & metals, transportation, chemicals, plastic & rubbers and miscellaneous. Canada’s largest export is Energy at 61%, followed by forest products and minerals/metals at 8% each. The Oil industry makes up a high percentage of the relationship. Canada exports $6 billion in crude petroleum to Minnesota, with an additional $853 million in natural and other gases. Canada imports $1.7 billion of fuel oil.
Freight through the Oil and Agricultural industries aligns with more specialized equipment types. Increased oil tankers, grain trucks, live floor trailers and heavy spec tractor units are important components of this lane. At Wood-Hall Logistics, we have the carrier connections and resources to connect your shipment with the right equipment and a vetted carrier. Whether you are shipping full truckload or less-than-truckload, we have you covered. Give us a call at 519-213-1000 or email us at email@example.com to learn more about shipping between Canada and Minnesota. Use our rate request form to get a quick and easy quote!
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