Michigan Shipping Container Transport

Nationwide Transport Services has a dedicated team to ensure your single or multiple shipping containers are delivered safely and on time. Call us today to get a free quote.

Convenient Container Shipping Services in Michigan


Nationwide Transport Services has been transporting shipping containers to and from Michigan for over a decade. We’re experienced in handling shipping containers of all sizes, numbers, weights, and shapes. Our services are easy to book, and a dedicated specialist will get back to you shortly. You can fill out a form, call, or email us. Our container moving services in Michigan are business to business, port to port, door to door, terminal to terminal, port to business, and all other locations. The best part about working with us is that you get to work with a specific agent whom you can call at any time for updates until your shipping container is delivered safely. They will process the paperwork, choose a suitable trailer, and promptly dispatch your shipment. Below are common ports we serve in Michigan. 

  • Port of Detroit
  • Port of Calcite
  • Port of Alpena
  • Port of Bay City
  • Port of Algonac
  • Wyandotte Harbor
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Fully Insured Shipping Container Transport Services in Michigan


Whether you’re shipping one or multiple containers, they will be fully insured. Even better, we will add your name to a copy of our insurance so that if any compensation is needed, you can file directly with the insurance company. A bill of lading form is filled out before your shipping container is loaded on a suitable trailer. That form is used at the delivery location to help us know if your shipping container is delivered safely. For affordable and safe shipping container transport services, call us today. (877) 278-3135. 


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Convenient routes we use when shipping containers in Michigan

Timely Container Transportation Services in Michigan

Michigan is active in the production of many commodities. The state's diversity encapsulates food products, aerospace intelligence, military equipment, automobiles, information technology, iron ores, and the mining of copper. A merry fact about the state is that it's nationally the third-highest grower of Christmas trees. Michigan's economy also relies significantly on the research institutions within the state, such as Michigan State University, Wayne State University, and the University of Michigan, as they facilitate data analysis and more. With a bundle of factors that have been evaluated, we have come up with the best routes for transportation, such as;

  • Interstate 69: it's the link between Kinderhook Township and Hwy 402 at Port Huron
  • Interstate 75: the longest highway in the state, cutting across both the Upper and Lower Peninsulas
  • Interstate 94: joining New Buffalo Township and Port Huron
  • Interstate 96: running for 192.032 miles from Norton Shores to Detroit