Greater Boston is home to 7.6 million people, making it the sixth-largest region in terms of population density in the United States. This diverse area is served by an extremely operant transportation system; airfreight coming in and out of Logan International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the USA, and also from the Port of Boston, among the largest on the east coast, provides the area with a rich flow of freight traffic which then spreads throughout the rest of the country.
The Boston area, like many large cities, is subject to a vast system of logistical operations companies, such as UPS or FedEx. These types of larger companies with deep infrastructures weave freight out of Boston and throughout the country; however, smaller, local companies, like First Call Trucking & Courier, are frequently the ones making same-day or “last-leg deliveries” from the air and ocean cargo terminals to store headquarters and factories within the Greater Boston area. This type of trucking is frequently referred to as “rush trucking” as the pickup and drop-off are performed the same-day. This type of service is especially important when dealing with air-freight which is often quite time sensitive.
If you have a time sensitive delivery and/or a need for same-day delivery, please contact us for an honest and accurate quote.