By sea, air and land, Marco Pacific Corporation and the Port of Seattle offers excellent transportation services. With our closer proximity to Asia, Seattle offers a 15- to 30-hour sailing advantage over California ports. Just 13 miles from the central harbor is the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Owned and operated by the Port of Seattle, Sea-Tac Airport is the closest West Coast airport to both Asia and Europe. Sea-Tac handles scheduled and chartered services by 50 passenger and cargo airlines, including 18 international passenger carriers and 15 all-cargo airlines. Air cargo service is available through virtually all major carriers.

Two major transcontinental railroads, the Burlington Northern and Union Pacific, and more than 100 trucking companies link Seattle to market hubs throughout North America. The port's on-dock rail yard at terminal 18 as well as nearby railroad operated intermodal yards facilitate the rapid distribution of cargo to virtually any inland destination.
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