Freight Markets

LTL Freight with KOHO

All major U.S cities have the capacity to move goods in different ways, as trade and commerce are key factors in the growth and development of a city. However, there are many different factors that can contribute to how cargo is shipped into and out of a region. Cities with direct access to ports have an advantage in international shipping, as the flow of goods arriving and departing a port city is more diverse and higher volume. Some cities have a larger railroad infrastructure in their region, providing access to broader rail networks crisscrossing the country, often connecting landlocked cities directly to sea lanes and trucking routes via intermodal transfers and transportation hubs.


Ready to ship? Get instant rates for free.

Get a quote
See what Koho has to offer
From LTL to insurance, see what you can do on Koho's platform.
Our Pros
Meet the team behind the platform that ensures you deliver.