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Freight Hub is a full-service, asset-based 3PL provider which means we never outsource. Our 3PL experts can assist you with your Nationwide Full Truckload (FTL) needs.

Our team of engineers combined with trucking assets can perform any transportation service with an “Uber-Like” experience.

Using Live GPS tracking, geofencing algorithms, automated updates, all in one online platform and professional company drivers and dispatchers to move your freight.

FreightHub Group provides excellent nationwide full truckload shipping services and distribution outlets.

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Virginia Port Authority

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Virginia Ports:
    • Port Richmond:

      The Port of Richmond is Central Virginia’s domestic and international multi-modal freight and distribution gateway on the James River serving waterborne, rail and truck shippers throughout the mid-Atlantic states. The Port is owned by the City of Richmond and is leased to the Virginia Port Authority and is Operated by PCI of Virginia, LLC a private company.

    • Port of Hopewell

    • Port of Norfolk

    • Port Cape Charles:
      Port Cape Charles is located near the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay on the western shores of southern Delmarva Peninsula on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Part of the Chesapeake Bay Waterway, Port Cape Charles is about 30 nautical miles (46 kilometers or 28 miles) northeast of the Port of Norfolk. Port Cape Charles is still a terminal for railway barges that move rail cars from the Bay Coast Railroad to Norfolk.
    • Port of Portsmouth:
      The Port of Portsmouth is an independent city in southeastern Virginia. Lying across the Elizabeth River about seven nautical miles from the Port of Norfolk, it is part of the natural harbor that makes up the Port of Virginia known as Hampton Roads. Today, the navy yard builds and repairs U.S. naval vessels.
    • Port Chesapeake:
      The Port of Chesapeake is located on the Elizabeth River in Virginia’s coastal plain, or Tidewater, region. Part of the Chesapeake Bay Waterway, the Port of Chesapeake is almost nine nautical miles (11 kilometers or 7 miles) south-southeast of the Port of Portsmouth.
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