Find a freight forwarder in Vermont with our comprehensive listing. Located on Lake Champlain, Burlington is the most populous city in Vermont and one of its main transportation hubs, along with White River Junction, Montpelier, Saint Johnsbury and Rutland. Burlington is the point of entry for some waterborne cargo, but the majority of Vermont’s freight travels over the state’s highways by truck. Interstates 89 and 91 run north-south across the state and intersect near White River Junction. Vermont’s main industry and export category is computer and electronics parts. Being a border state, it’s natural that its largest market would be Canada; in 2013 it exported almost 2 billion dollars to the U.S.’s northern neighbor. Three regional and five local freight railroads operate in Vermont. The principal railway companies handle in excess of 20,000 carloads of freight every year.