Find a freight forwarder in Wyoming with our comprehensive listing. Wyoming, the tenth largest state in total area, is the smallest in population with approximately 510,000 residents. Because of its central location between Denver, Salt Lake City, Boise, Missoula, Seattle, Portland and San Francisco, Wyoming is fast becoming a major distribution center. Located near the geographic center of the United States, 915 miles of Interstate highways cross the state with I-80 running from New Jersey to California, I-90 from Boston to California, and I-25 passing through from Mexico to Canada. Wyoming is supported by two Class I railroads, Union Pacific and BSNF. The major regional airports are in Cheyenne, Laramie, Casper, Cody and Riverton. Two primary distribution hubs are in Cheyenne and Casper. Cheyenne is located near the intersection of east-west Interstate 80 and northbound Interstate 25. The newest logistics facility in the western United States is the Casper Logistics Hub. This center maintains 700 acres of industrial space positioned strategically along the BSNF railway. They also maintains a 50 acre secured storage site for wind power components.