Welcome to our comprehensive listing of freight forwarders in Mississippi. Waterways figure prominently in the state of Mississippi’s transportation infrastructure. The Mississippi River parallels most of the western border of the state. Five hundred tons of cargo travel up and down the river annually; Vicksburg, Greenville and Natchez are the chief river ports. The river allows direct access to the Gulf of Mexico where the two busiest Mississippi ports are Pascagoula and Gulfport. The state’s main exports are machinery, wood products, chemicals and electronics. In 2012, 2031 companies located in Mississippi exported their products, and the state benefits from several current free trade agreements. A section of the Intracoastal Waterway, a system of navigable protected waterways, parallels the Mississippi coastline. Jackson, the state capital, is a principal rail center and is also where the two main highways in the state, interstates 20 and 55, intersect.
Page and Jones
1317 A 24th Avenue
Gulfport, MS 39501
- Over 125 years in the international shipping community
- Import/export logistics services by sea, air or land for general freight, hazardous cargo, & time sensitive commodities
- Pre-entry services, bills of lading, and port services