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About Everett

Everett is a city located in Snohomish County, Washington, and is the largest city in the county. It was founded in 1891 and named after Everett Colby, the son of the founder of the city, Charles L. Colby. The city is known for its rich history in the lumber industry, which played a significant role in its early development. In fact, Everett was once known as the "City of Smokestacks" due to the many sawmills and pulp mills that operated in the area.

Freight transportation has always been a crucial part of Everett's economy. The city is strategically located on the shores of Port Gardner Bay, making it an ideal location for shipping and receiving goods. The Port of Everett, established in 1918, is one of the largest ports in the state of Washington and serves as a major hub for international trade. The port handles a wide range of cargo, including automobiles, bulk commodities, and project cargo. It also has facilities for container shipping, making it an important link in the global supply chain.

In addition to its maritime transportation infrastructure, Everett is also well-connected to the rest of the state and the country through its extensive road and rail networks. The city is served by several major highways, including Interstate 5, which runs north-south through the city, and State Route 526, which provides a direct connection to the nearby Boeing Everett Factory, one of the largest manufacturing facilities in the world. The city is also served by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, which provides freight rail service to and from Everett.

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