Find a freight forwarder in New Hampshire with our complete listing. Located in the heart of New England, New Hampshire has a thriving logistics industry, which centers around the Port of New Hampshire in the city of Portsmouth. The port, which centers around the Market Street Marine terminal, is located on the Piscataqua River. The Market Street Terminal offers on-site rail access, 50,000 sq. feet of covered warehouse, and is only three nautical miles from the open ocean. The Piscataqua River is deep-draft, ice-free and functional all year. It runs northwest from the harbor and is a dividing line separating Maine and New Hampshire. Just northeast of the terminal is the Portland, Maine Harbor, another important harbor located in Casco Bay. According to the International Trade Resource Center, the state’s top three exported commodities are: industrial machinery, electric machinery, and mineral fuel. New Hampshire is also an important producer or greenhouse and nursery products, dairy, apples and cattle.