Seattle Intermodal

1614 East Lincoln Avenue
Tacoma, WA 98421

 

Phone: (253) 272-3788
Emailstgdrayseattle@stgusa.com
Pricingstgdraypricingwest@stgusa.com

Here are some insights into Seattle’s role in the supply chain, with a focus on intermodal connectivity:

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Port of Seattle

The Port of Seattle, along with the nearby Port of Tacoma, is part of the Northwest Seaport Alliance, which together forms one of the largest container gateways in North America. These ports handle millions of TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) annually, making them essential links in global supply chains.

Strategic Location

The Seattle area’s location on the U.S. West Coast provides direct access to major markets in the United States, as well as Canada and Mexico. Additionally, its position on the Pacific Rim offers efficient trade routes to Asia, enhancing the region’s role in both domestic and international supply chains.

Transportation Infrastructure

The Seattle area boasts a well-developed transportation network, including major highways like I-5, I-90, and I-405, which connect the area to key markets across the United States. The region is also served by major rail carriers, such as BNSF Railway and Union Pacific Railroad, facilitating seamless connectivity between different modes of transportation.

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Intermodal Facilities

The Port of Seattle and the Port of Tacoma are equipped with modern intermodal facilities that allow for the efficient movement of cargo between ships, trucks, and trains. This intermodal connectivity streamlines the transportation process, reduces transit times, and improves overall supply chain efficiency.

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Warehousing and Distribution

The Seattle area features numerous warehousing and distribution centers, catering to the needs of intermodal supply chains. These facilities enable businesses to efficiently manage their inventory, consolidate shipments, and coordinate the movement of goods between different transportation modes, further optimizing supply chain operations.

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Economic Impact

The Seattle area and its ports significantly contribute to the region’s economy. The ports support thousands of jobs, generate substantial tax revenue, and contribute to the overall economic growth of Washington State and the surrounding areas.

Unrivaled customer service

Our dedicated team of STG Difference makers is available 24/7 to address your concerns and ensure a seamless experience throughout the entire process.

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Cost-effective solutions

Cost-effective solutions: We leverage our vast network and industry expertise to provide you with the most efficient and cost-effective transportation options.

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Environmental commitment

We invest in fuel-efficient trucks and adopt eco-friendly practices to minimize our carbon footprint and protect the environment.

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Compliance and safety

 Our commitment to safety and regulatory compliance ensures the security of your cargo and the well-being of our team members.

Send us a Message

The Seattle area, located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States, plays a vital role in both domestic and global supply chains.

Home to the Port of Seattle, a major international seaport, the region serves as a critical transportation and distribution hub.

Rely on STG Logistics for all your drayage and intermodal needs in Seattle, and harness the power of one of the nation’s most important ports. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you achieve your logistics goals.

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