Serving New England Markets and Beyond
Optimize the movement of freight via the Port of New Bedford with cost effective transport that avoids major bottlenecks. The Port sits at the cross-roads of the major highway system that serves the entire eastern seaboard. The Port offers excellent highway (I-195, I-95, I-93, I-495, Route 140, Route 24 and Route 128), rail, and air connections (New Bedford Regional Airport).
While the surface routes in and around New Bedford offer convenient access to the main thoroughfares of I-95 and I-93, the immediately adjacent I-195 corridor offers a less congested more streamlined route for freight shipping providing direct access to the heart of the Northeast markets.
New Bedford stretches to New England and southern Canada markets and provides an alternative that avoids major bottlenecking intersections along the I-95 Corridor (i.e, Hudson Crossings, lower Connecticut bottlenecks). In addition, New Bedford offers excellent distribution services including, local and regional distribution centers, shipping agencies, freight forwarding and stevedore services, and warehouse, cold storage capacity and truck-brokering facilities.