Warm weather, beautiful beaches, and an exciting nightlife are some of the first things that come to mind when one thinks of Miami, Florida. The city has long been a tourist destination in the United States, experiencing huge numbers of travelers annually, and catering much of its economy toward the needs of its visitors. Initially founded due to its amiable climate and available land,Miami began to grow quickly after the Florida East Coast Railway expanded its railroad to the city in 1896 and workers began pouring into the region. Though its early years were fraught with hardships such as a housing crisis, major hurricanes, and the Great Depression, Miami emerged as an important strategic defense location during World War II, and the Army and Navy trained nearly500,000 enlisted men in South Florida. When the war ended, many of those servicemen and women returned to the city to settle, and Miami’s population rose to nearly a half a million by 1950. In 1959, the Cuban revolution brought scores of Cuban immigrants to the shores of Miami, and in the 1980s, manyHaitians migrated to the city as well. This influx of Caribbean populations into Miami has shaped the city’s culture and identity up to the present day.Modern Miami is a major center of commerce, culture, entertainment, the arts, and international trade. Much of the local economy is based in tourism such as hotels, restaurants, shopping, and transportation. The Port of Miami, located in Biscayne Bay at the mouth of the Miami River, is the busiest passenger port in the world as people flock to Miami for cruise vacations, but is also one of the largest cargo ports in the country. Miami Airport, known as “the gateway to the Americas”, is the leader in international freight to both the Americas and the Caribbean, sending and receiving goods such as textiles, plastics, pharmaceuticals, and medical equipment. The city’s steady growth despite many ups and downs is a testament to the strength and resilience of its diverse population, whose faith in the beauty and vibrancy of their city has made Miami an important economic and cultural center for Florida and the rest of theUnited States.

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Miami's Shipping Terminals

Below is the contact information and terminal location of the local freight shipping providers. Rather than being redirected from a generic national support line, the contact information provided includes specific location-based office numbers, so that you are able to get in touch directly with the appropriate local office to answer questions about your shipments.


11405 NW 36th Ave
Miami, FL 33167
(305) 685-1047

AAA Cooper

13090 Northwest Drive
Miami, FL 33178
(305) 887-8811

ABF Freight

6402 NW 74th Ave
Miami, FL 33166
(305) 592-1950

Forward Air

Miami, FL 33122
(305) 599-3161

UPS Freight

5370 NW 74th Ave
Miami, FL 33166
(305) 477-4361

YRC Freight

11301 NW 134th St
Medley, FL 33178
(305) 556-1470

Old Dominion

12500 NW 107th Ave
Medley, FL 33178
(305) 805-9156

Estes Express

7000 NW 60th Street
Miami, FL 33166
(305) 882-8847

R+L Carriers

1000 NW 209th Ave
Pembroke Pines, FL 33029
(954) 378-1901

Averitt Express

14291 NW 4th St
Sunrise, FL 33325
(800) 283-7488

FedEx Freight

10401 NW 121st Way
Medley, FL 33178
(866) 841-8228

Central Freight Lines

Miami, FL 33021
(954) 963-5198

FedEx Freight

5861 Pembroke Rd
Hollywood, FL 33023
(800) 218-6301

RoadRunner Transportation Services

10901 NW 146th St
Hialeah Gardens, FL 33018
(855) 216-3171

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