Minnesota Shipping Container Transport

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Professional Container Shipping Services in Minnesota


Nationwide Transport Services is a reliable container shipping company in Minnesota. We have a variety of trailers across every city in Minnesota to help us accommodate shipping containers of all sizes and weights. The cost of transporting shipping containers to and from Minnesota is dependent on the weight, number, size, and distance, among other factors. For example, transporting multiple shipping containers will cost more than shipping one. Our container moving services in Minnesota are door to door, terminal to terminal, business to business, port to port, port to business, and more. You can book our services by calling, emailing, or filling out the short form on our website. A dedicated specialist will start processing your shipping request immediately. Below are some of the ports we serve in Minnesota. 

  • Port of Duluth
  • Port of Minneapolis
  • Port of St. Paul
Loading 20 ft container

Fully Insured and Timely Shipping Container Transport Services in Minnesota


We guarantee the safe and timely delivery of each shipping container. Our team of professionals is careful when loading and unloading each shipping container. In addition, we fully insure all shipping containers before they’re dispatched. We use cranes to load and unload shipping containers. A bill of lading form filled out before transport helps us confirm if a shipping container is delivered safely or not. For timely and affordable shipping container trucking services in Minnesota, call us today at (877) 278-3135. 


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Convenient routes we use when shipping containers in Minnesota

Timely Container Transportation Services in Minnesota

Minnesota has evolved from a raw material-controlled economy to a service and finished goods economy. The state has excellent diversity as it closely matches production across all the other states. Additionally, many company headquarters in Minnesota, such as General Mills, Valspar, U.S. Bancorp, and UnitedHealth Group 3M. Agriculture and forestry also make Minnesota’s economy with significant production in sugar beets, peas, and logging, among others. As a day-to-day venture in moving cargo and equipment from one place to another within the state, we use only the most recommendable routes. Such as;

  • Interstate 35: connecting between Iowa close to Mason City and I-35E/I-35W in Burnsville
  • Interstate 35E: serving St. Paul as it runs from Burnsville to Columbus
  • Interstate 35W: joining Burnsville to Columbus, where it serves Minneapolis
  • Interstate 90: which links Sioux Falls, S.D. and La Crosse, Wis
  • Interstate 94 traverses U.S. 52 in Fargo, N.D., through 259.566 miles to U.S. 12 in Hudson.