For more than 30 years, Adams Industries has been a leader in industrial logistics, transportation, and storage. The company is a common and contract carrier specializing in flatbed and van hauling in both interstate and intrastate capacities for a wide variety of shippers. Adams' warehousing capabilities -- which include 700,000 square feet of secure and USDA-approved indoor warehouse space, graded and treated multi-acre stabilized ground, and a footprint of 550-plus acres of outdoor storage -- can be tailored to any of your industrial storage needs. If you would like to speak with a representative regarding our services, please call 800-525-6958.
A privately held real estate firm, The Allen Group specializes in the development of high-end industrial, office, retail, and mixed-use properties throughout the United States. The company's major focus is the development of rail-served industrial parks - inland ports - that are high-tech logistics and distribution hubs. The Allen Group has more than 8,000 acres under development across the United States, and has developed over $1 billion in projects since its founding in 1991. The Allen Group is based in San Diego, with regional offices in Bakersfield and Visalia, Calif., Dallas, and Kansas City. Member of NASCO.
Americold is the global leader in temperature-controlled warehousing and transportation for the food industry. With 182 sites in six countries, Americold provides the most comprehensive temperature-controlled warehousing, transportation, and logistics solutions in the world. Americold is committed to achieving the highest levels of quality, innovation, and customer service in the industry.
Locate your logistics operations in Baton Rouge and you'll tap its regional advantages, including skilled, low-cost labor; superior transportation infrastructure; abundance of industrial sites and available facilities; and extraordinary Gulf zone benefits. Visit the web site or call Chad Cornett, 225-381-7136 to get a customized site location package.
Binswanger is a global real estate organization uniquely positioned to provide a full range of cross-border services, including site selection. Its exceptional knowledge of states, communities, individual property owners, developers and the transactions they are willing to structure, enables Binswanger to analyze and compare the best alternatives available.
Brown Integrated Logistics, through its subsidiaries Brown Logistics Services, West Logistics, Brown Fleet Services, and Brown Trucking, provides a suite of world-class services including third-party logistics, brokerage, warehousing, fleet maintenance, and dedicated trucking. Accountability is built into every aspect of its business: from on-demand driver communication, to satellite and RFID tracking, to 99-percent-plus on-time delivery.
Iowa's Cedar Valley Regional Partnership offers a central U.S. location within 500 miles of 23 percent of the nation's population and 1-2 day delivery to major business centers. A major federal four-lane highway corridor provides direct access to the Minneapolis/St. Paul and St. Louis markets and immediate access to U.S. Highway 20 east/west connection offers direct routes to both coasts. Cedar Valley offers rail service to all North American markets and ports, is served by two mainline and two short-line rail lines, and has intermodal access. See why Forbes.com named Cedar Valley the fifth-best small metro for business and careers. For confidential site selection assistance call Lisa Skubal at 877-773-9959 or visit www.cedarvalleyregion.com.
CenterPoint Properties is focused on the development, ownership, and intensive management of industrial real estate, and related rail, road, and port infrastructure. We add value to our customers through forward-thinking solutions aimed at enhancing supply chain and operating efficiencies. We seek long-term relationships with customers, public and private business partners, internal colleagues, and the communities where we invest and operate. Member of NASCO.
Welcome to the economic development information center for West Memphis, Arkansas. The city's central location and superior access to highway, rail, river, and air transport have made it a high-performing location for companies that distribute both OEM supplies and consumer products. High-performing West Memphis facilities also owe much of their efficiency to the low cost of doing business in the city.
CJK Services is your source for forklift fleet management information. Our team has decades of experience in generating maximum uptime and financial efficiency from forklifts in every type of industry. Whether you are investigating forklift fleet management for the first time, or looking to enhance your current approach, partnering with CJK Services will allow your company to focus on its core competencies.
Did you know Columbus is the third fastest growing major metropolitan area in the Midwest? That means opportunity. Locating or expanding in Columbus, Ohio connects you to a thriving seven-county region. Our distribution and transportation system connects you to the world; our highways connect you to the Midwest; and our education system connects you to a skilled workforce. The Columbus Chamber leads and supports economic growth and development in the greater Columbus Region. Visit our Web site for specific information to help you expand or relocate.
Cornerstone’s business is its people. The company’s proven professionals provide customers with the best transportation solutions available, backed up by the latest in technological services. Cornerstone’s rock-solid transportation solutions include: intermodal, truck, rail car, dedicated drayage/spotting, on-site logistics, warehousing/transloading, and special projects. Proud to be a SmartWay transport partner, Cornerstone has nationwide locations serving Canada, the United States, and Mexico. Count on Cornerstone—the clear choice for rock-solid results.
Served by two interstates, a major airport, and a skilled workforce, Council Bluffs has strengthened its logistics and transportation centers through a community-wide commitment to business growth. The Pottawattamie County Growth Alliance - a partnership of local governing agencies, business, education, and economic development groups - works to keep Council Bluffs on the leading edge of business opportunity. Member of NASCO
For more than 50 years, CTSI-Global has been a valuable resource to companies by providing the technology and industry expertise to help them manage all aspects of their supply chain—physical, informational, and financial—through freight audit and payment, transportation management systems, information management tools, and global consulting. The end results are improved shipping efficiencies, greater control, and significant ongoing savings. CTSI-Global is your link to supply chain solutions.
DDC FPO is a leading specialist in Freight Process Outsourcing (FPO): digitization and processing of freight-related documents. The company’s team of experts designs and implements solutions specifically created for companies in the global freight industries. By combining onshore project management and scanning with offshore data processing capabilities, DDC FPO is able to supply fast, accurate, and economical data processing services to businesses around the world.
DeKalb County's got it: quality, proximity, amenities, availability. DCEDC focuses on leadership for industry and business in DeKalb County, Ill. We work toward a diversified employment and tax base, and share a strong commitment with business and education partners for a motivated, educated, and skilled workforce. We work with government and development partners to foster well-managed growth policies.
Duke Realty Corporation develops office, industrial, retail, and health care properties in its 14 core cities and nationwide. In Chicago, Duke serves approximately 600 tenants in an industrial and office portfolio of more than 8 million square feet. Duke also has nearly 100 acres of land for sale or future development in the Chicago area. For more information, visit the web site.
Dumas, Texas, is surrounded by six sites for wind energy. Each site has 10 megawatts of power, with eight to 16 turbines at each site. You can see wind turbines from U.S. Highway 152 from Dumas to Borger; U.S. Highway 287 from Dumas; and FM 281 from Etter to Sunray. The sixth site is currently being erected adjacent to the Valero-McKee Refinery. Wind energy is a big part of the Texas Panhandle, positioning Dumas to work with additional developers in the area on several proposed wind farms.
With more than 50 years of experience in logistics and supply chain innovation, Dunavant Enterprises has the knowledge to ensure your company's logistics practices are efficient and effective while providing a customized approach for your business. Driven by superior customer service and a dedication to the proper use of the most advanced technology, Dunavant is leading the way into the future of logistics.
Kentucky offers a superb quality of life, some of America's lowest electric rates, dedicated workers, a central location, attractive tax incentives, and excellent transportation. Check us out and bring your business to our old Kentucky home.
The EMBDC functions as a catalyst for the economic development efforts enhancing Lauderdale County's economy, and provides sustained growth for its communities and businesses. A strong partnership between the EMBDC, elected officials, and the private and public sectors creates the pro-business environment boosting economic development initiatives in the area. Lauderdale County values its existing industry, creates opportunities, supports entrepreneurs, and promotes business expansion, creation, and relocation. The EMBDC, with local and state authorities, will find the perfect combination of resources to minimize the cost of your business initiatives in the area.
This membership organization includes public power communities in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. ElectriCities also provides management services to the state’s two municipal power agencies — North Carolina Municipal Power Agency Number 1 and North Carolina Eastern Municipal Power Agency. ElectriCities serves the needs of public power communities through collective strength, wisdom, and action — while promoting more success for its citizens. For more information, contact Brenda Daniels at (800) 768-7697, ext. 6363.
The Elkhorn Valley Economic Development Council (EVEDC) is a collaborative public-private partnership formed to promote new economic development opportunities and to support existing small businesses in the Madison, Pierce, and Stanton three-county region. The EVEDC "Resource Team" approach to economic development customer service assures access to all agencies and programs that can be of assistance on your project. The regional approach and collaborative philosophy for economic development in the three-county, 13-community Elkhorn Valley cuts through the red tape to provide a fast track for your project completion.
Enterprise Florida, Inc. (EFI) is a public-private partnership between Florida’s business and government leaders and is the principal economic development organization for Florida. EFI’s mission is to expand and diversify the state’s economy through job creation. EFI’s activities have championed Florida as the premier location for business expansion and relocation, created a renewed interest both nationally and internationally in Florida as a top state for business, and resulted in a significant number of new jobs and capital investments.
Ford Storage and Moving Company, Omaha, Neb., is an asset-based logistics company specializing in the successful execution of all logistics activities required to take your products from production to delivery. Let Ford be your partner in resource management including production assistance, materials handling, storage, and distribution. The company’s transportation programs include truckload and LTL shipments; in-transit merge; postponement; inbound materials management; order fulfillment; and reverse logistics. The Web site provides online inventory management capabilities so you can track your products every step of the way.
The Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics is the leading statewide resource for fueling logistics industry growth and global competitiveness. The Center works to address the needs and opportunities of companies of any size involved in logistics and freight transport – both providers and heavy consumers of logistics services. The Center provides industry knowledge and technical expertise, and connections to research and innovation resources.
Engineering your supply chain is easier out of Georgia, thanks to its superior geographical location and extensive cargo transportation network. The Center of Innovation is the central source for accelerating business growth in Georgia, providing collaboration with leaders in university research, business, and access to intellectual capital. The state also provides outstanding air, ocean, and rail services. If logistics is your business, you'll be in good company in Georgia. Find out more at the Web site.
The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) includes the Port of Savannah, the Port of Brunswick, the Bainbridge Inland Barge Terminal, and the Columbus Inland Barge Terminal. Its home page offers history and background about the Ports Authority, a port directory, shipping directory, GPA statistics, maps, photos, and more.
The Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce represents an eight-county metro area of more than 800,000 people (1.1 million within a 60-minute drive) and offers a full range of consultative services: current data on available sites and buildings; manpower availability, wage rates, and productivity levels; energy rates and availability; training programs; and guidance on use and application of development incentives including major tax credits, refunds, and exemptions for new and expanding businesses. For information, contact Rod Moseman, vice president, Economic Development, at 800-852-2622 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Rochelle offers a competitive advantage because of its unique proximity to four major highway systems and two mainline railroad intersections. The Rochelle Railroad provides dual rail access. The Union Pacific Global III Intermodal Transportation Facility provides fast, efficient, and low-cost shipping opportunities. The Rochelle transportation/distribution system can serve more than 80 million people in 15 different states, and in Canada, in less than 24 hours.
With its central location in Texas, the United States, and North America, Waco is an ideal site for growing businesses to reach new markets. Waco offers excellent highway access without congestion and Interstate 35 provides north-south travel from Mexico to Canada. In addition, its low cost of living and low cost of doing business; skilled, cost-competitive workforce; excellent sites and facilities; assistance with analysis and incentives; and an attractive, exciting environment make Waco an excellent location for logistics-related industries. Get Waco on your site selection map; visit the Web site today.
Centrally located in North Carolina, over half the U.S. population and most major markets are within 650 miles of Greensboro. With 11 area colleges and universities, Greensboro offers a well-educated and skilled workforce in addition to quick access to four major interstates and the new FedEx Express Mid-Atlantic Hub. Greensboro has a robust technology infrastructure with excellent power reliability and low utility costs as well as a variety of industrial space and shovel-ready sites. The Greensboro Economic Development Alliance (GEDA) provides a wide range of assistance to companies interested in the area. To learn more about all that Greensboro and GEDA can offer, please contact Kathi Dubel at email@example.com or 1-888-693-6939.
Growth Dimensions can help position your company on the Chicago-to-Rockford I-90 Growth Corridor just east of the I-90/I-39 Interchange. This past year, seven new companies developed sites and opened doors resulting in the creation of more than 4,000 jobs and the construction of more than one million square feet of industrial buildings. This is just one of the reasons Belvidere and Boone County lead the Rock River Valley in private investment and job creation.
A diverse region capable of satisfying the location requirements of varied industries at reasonable cost, Hampton Roads ranks as the largest metropolitan area between Washington, D.C., and Atlanta. These assets, including one of the lowest combined state and local tax rates in the nation, and a legal liability system favorable to business, make Hampton Roads an enviable business address.
Hoosier Energy is a generation and transmission cooperative providing electric power to 17 member electric distribution cooperatives in central and southern Indiana and one member cooperative in Illinois. Based in Bloomington, Ind., Hoosier Energy operates coal, natural gas, and renewable energy power plants and delivers power through a 1,450-mile transmission network. Hoosier Energy is a Touchstone Energy Cooperative, one member of a nationwide alliance of electric co-ops providing high standards of service according to four core values: integrity, accountability, innovation, and commitment to community.
Eliminate the confusion of using multiple suppliers by choosing HWC Logistics, a completely integrated provider of distribution, warehousing, import, export, and trucking services. With HWC Logistics, you eliminate the hassle of communicating your needs to several providers over several platforms. You get the experience and dedication of a single team that is committed to helping your company grow its business.
This association is the driving economic development force behind the I-39 Logistics Corridor, dedicated to attracting and retaining businesses and jobs. Founded in 2002, it represents a 10,000-square-mile area including two states and 14 counties. For a copy of a recent research report, visit www.i39logisticscorridor.com or call Roger G. Hopkins, Executive Director, at 815-895-2711.
The I-80 Nebraska Coalition was organized in 2003 by local economic developers out of a recognized need to work together as a region. Made up of nine counties spanning 250 miles across central Nebraska, the Coalition represents a region with a population exceeding 230,000. The common thread linking these counties is the transportation lifeline known as Interstate 80. Looking for a new location? Nebraska has what you need right here!
The Illinois Valley Area Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development proudly serves a group of communities in North Central Illinois, all of which have wonderful access to the I-39 Logistics Corridor. The Corridor also intersects I-80 in the area and is strategically close to Chicago. For more information, contact Barb Koch, Executive Director/CEO, at 815-223-0227.
At the Joplin Regional Partnership of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas, you’ll find five counties working to provide you with a central U.S. location for a manufacturing, distribution, or transportation hub. The Joplin Regional Partnership region’s close proximity to Walmart headquarters makes this choice ideal, especially for both manufacturing and distribution. Three Class I railroads and two short-haul railroads are also important parts of the transportation network.
An exceptional site for aviation-related businesses, with 7,000 acres of land for development; an expansive cargo-handling infrastructure; warehouse and office space; on-site Foreign Trade Zone; and few flight delays. To learn more, visit our Web site or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kansas City SmartPort, Inc. is a non-profit corporation whose objective is to increase regional trade by developing, operating, and marketing a regional international trade processing center. From getting started, to facilitating electronic document filing, to locating service companies, to improving current international shipping logistics, KCSmartPort is here to help. Your first stop: a visit to this web site to download a printable copy of KC SmartPort's brochure. Learn more about what SmartPort is doing to advance Kansas City as an international trade hub. Member of NASCO
As the State of Kansas' lead economic development agency, the Kansas Department of Commerce offers a variety of programs and services that create jobs, attract new investment, provide workforce training, encourage community development, and sell the state as a competitive place to do business. One recent development to reduce the cost of doing business is the elimination of property tax on new commercial machinery and equipment. The department's business recruitment is anxious to provide confidential site location assistance. Member of NASCO
Many of the world's most successful companies have discovered that Kentucky, land of the thoroughbred, is a great place to build their business. Kentucky is home to not one, but two air cargo hubs, ranking the state third in the nation in total cargo. Kentucky's industrial power costs rank sixth-lowest in the United States, and are over 22 percent less than the national average.
With access to I-4 merely five minutes away, Lakeside Station Logistics Park includes 1,400 acres zoned for mixed use with nearly 1,000 acres of developable uplands. Industrial users will benefit from direct railway access at the property’s northern boundary. Planning for development of Phase I is in progress with a variety of sites for industrial use. Future phases will include retail, office, residential, manufacturing and public uses More information is available on the Plant City EDC website at www.plantcityedc.com.
Did you know that Normandy, France, is a center for European industry? That the region can provide ideal logistics solutions for your business? Major logistics companies have established operations in the logistics parks in the Le Havre area to service their multinational clients. Le Havre Development brings all the resources of the city and the port, France's largest container port, to solve your every logistics need. Talk to us any time, 212-486-1157.
Hosted by the Leadership Council Southwestern Illinois, www.siteselection-il.com is your number-one source for objective information about expanding or relocating your business to Southwestern Illinois. Located just a river's width from St. Louis' Gateway Arch, you'll find prime business development sites supported by a world-class transportation system offering low-cost access to the Midwest, the United States, and beyond. Call (618) 692-9745 for more information.
Lincoln Air Park West is a 1,000-acre industrial park operated by the Lincoln Airport Authority, an independent political subdivision of the state of Nebraska. The industrial park is located within three miles of Interstate 80, is served by Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, and has direct access to the runways and taxiways of the Lincoln Airport, which is capable of handling the largest aircraft in service today. The Authority offers a wide variety of leasing options, including build to suit. Zoned heavy industrial, the park can accommodate any tenant. Currently the Authority is engaged in developing a portion of the park as a rail center capable of accommodating almost one million square feet of rail-accessible buildings suited to warehousing or light manufacturing. For more information visit our Web site and click "Industrial Park Info" or call 402-458-2400.
The horizons surrounding Lincoln, Neb., stretch as far as the eye can see, and so do our business opportunities. And there's plenty of room for growth. Discover the many possibilities of doing business in the Lincoln area: Aquila, Falls City, Fillmore County, Gage County, Lincoln, Seward County, and York County. For more information please e-mail us at: email@example.com or visit the web site.
If you're thinking about starting a new business or expanding an existing one, now is the time and Louisiana is the place. And this site is the resource for Louisiana businesses, featuring a portfolio of ground breaking business incentives offered in the state, as well as comprehensive services to help small businesses grow and empower entrepreneurs. LouisianaForward.com keeps you updated on work being done in the legislature to make Louisiana a state of opportunity.
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg ranks among one of the world's smallest countries, but its geographic and demographic size hardly reflects its present-day status. Far-sighted pro-business policies supported by a strong national consensus have enabled Luxembourg to successfully meet the challenges of economic change over the past decades. Today the Grand Duchy enjoys one of the highest standards of living in Europe, low inflation and unemployment, as well as a balanced budget. Its proximity to major European business and trade centers provides easy and quick access to more than 450 million consumers in the enlarged European Union. Should you locate your global distribution center in Luxembourg? Log on today and find out.
More and more companies are doing business in Memphis, for good reason. If you or your organization are looking to expand your operations, relocate to a business-friendly community, or take advantage of the economy of scale that Memphis' logistics infrastructure can provide, contact the Memphis Regional Chamber, the economic development agency for the mid-South region. For all the details, visit the Memphis Regional Chamber's Web site.
At Merritt Properties, we don't just develop and manage commercial properties, “We Create Homes for Businesses.” With nearly 16 million square feet of office, flex, warehouse, and retail, Merritt Properties offers the largest privately held commercial real estate portfolio in the region, providing unparalleled services to customers at more than 70 locations around Baltimore; Washington, DC; and northern Virginia.
MidAmerica is logistically well-positioned for manufacturing or distribution centers. From our northeast Oklahoma location in the middle of the nation, many firms use our site as a strategic logistics hub to serve supply chains throughout the central United States. We’re Oklahoma’s largest industrial park and home to nearly 80 businesses, including many Fortune/Global 500 divisions and foreign-owned companies. In addition to a convenient location between Dallas, Texas, and Kansas City, Mo.; Tulsa, Okla.; and Bentonville/Fayetteville, Ark.; MidAmerica also has available buildings, a skilled workforce, incentives, and remarkably low operating costs.
NAI MLG Commercial provides a full range of commercial real estate services and products including brokerage, property and commercial management, and real estate investment. Our dedicated network of more than 60 brokers knows Wisconsin real estate in places like downtown Milwaukee, the Third Ward, Glendale, Racine, Kenosha, Madison, and the Fox Valley. Whether it's a sale or lease, investment property, or business relocation, our brokers can get your deals done.
Right in the middle of it all: Nebraska is a great place to do business. An ideal location, low traffic congestion, positive business climate, quality affordable workforce, industry-leading business to meet your needs, and the absence of inventory taxes are just a few of the many reasons to make Nebraska the home of your next transportation, distribution, and logistics center. The Nebraska Logistics Council serves its members as a forum for professional and educational advancement in the area of worldwide transportation, warehousing, distribution, and logistics. The Council is available to meet with your business to share how a Nebraska location can make the ultimate cost difference in terms of shipping and distributing your products; please visit the Web site for more information.
The North Carolina Global TransPark (GTP) in eastern North Carolina offers prime commercial real estate and excellent shipping capabilities to almost any size company. With its centerpiece 11,500-foot runway, outstanding available warehousing space, fully permitted environment, and 33,000-square-foot training/conferencing center, the GTP is ready to do business. For more information, see www.ncgtp.com or call Bruce Parson at 252-523-1351.
Interstate 35 runs through our region, connecting the metropolitan areas of Minneapolis-St. Paul and Des Moines. The Avenue of the Saints (I-35, US 18 and Iowa 27) traverses our region and connects St. Paul and St. Louis. Call (800) 944-1708 for more information.
Oklahoma's central location makes it an easily accessible profit center with efficient connections to more than 80 million people within a 500-mile radius. Oklahoma is ideally positioned to serve all markets through a comprehensive network of transportation systems. To learn more, contact the Department of Commerce at 800-588-5959 or at www.okcommerce.gov. Member of NASCO
OPPD's Economic Development Department can be your most important first contact in eastern Nebraska. We will provide you, on a confidential basis, with the most comprehensive, detailed information available on any site in the 13-county region served by OPPD. At the OPPD web site, you'll find helpful applications such as an electric rate calculator, a site selection database, and a tax incentive calculator to help you estimate total tax credits and refunds. For answers to any of your questions, just call 1-888-781-4415, or view our contact information online.
Patterson Warehouses, Inc. is one of the largest third-party logistics providers in the Memphis area, operating more than two million square feet of food grade space. Whether it is import-to-retail, medical supplies, or raw materials for manufacturing, Patterson can meet your ever-changing distribution needs. Let Patterson ensure your success by becoming your distribution partner in Memphis.
When you think Northeast, think Penn's Northeast. Penn's Northeast is your single point of contact for site selection assistance in northeast Pennsylvania. Centrally located on the East Coast, we are within a 500-mile radius of nearly one-third of the U.S. population. Six major highways – I-80, I-81, I-78, I-476, I-380 and I-84 – run through the region, providing direct access to major East Coast cities and ports. Give us a call. There are no fees for servicesand all inquiries are confidential.
Situated 25 miles east of Tampa, Plant City is the second-largest municipality in Hillsborough County, with a distinct community well positioned for growth. The small-town atmosphere features an agricultural and industrial culture distinctive from the more urbanized areas of Hillsborough County, making it a great place for businesses in manufacturing, food processing, distribution and logistics, and agribusiness. Key businesses in the Plant City limits include James Hardie, Dart Container, Toufayan Bakeries, Plastipak Holdings, Gordon Food Services, Santa Sweets, and Highland Packaging Solutions.
Not every company has the knowledge or infrastructure required to address its logistics needs efficiently. Their focus, and rightfully so, is on the products and/or services they provide. That’s where RBW, a leader in the 3PL industry, comes in. By taking on warehousing, distribution, and supply chain management issues, we allow our partners the freedom to stop sweating the small – or significant – stuff, and focus on the business at hand. Let RBW take a look at your operation, and help develop and execute a 3PL plan that will work for you.
The RAEDC has redesigned its web site with state-of-the-art RSS news feeds, stakeholder testimonials, a searchable membership database, and a special section for site selectors allowing them to search for Rockford-area sites and buildings using the online LocationOne Information System (LOIS) database.
The St. Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association (RCGA) is the chamber of commerce and economic development organization for the Greater St. Louis region, which includes St. Louis City; the Missouri counties of St. Louis, St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren, Franklin, Washington and Jefferson; and the Illinois counties of St. Clair, Jersey, Madison, Clinton, Bond, Macoupin, Calhoun and Monroe. RCGA's 4,000 member companies constitute nearly 40 percent of the regional workforce. More information is only a click away.
Established as the St. Louis region’s go-to source for coordinating freight activity, the St. Louis Regional Freightway provides site selection and other assistance to manufacturing, logistics, and multimodal transportation companies and their service providers. As a business enterprise of Bi-State Development, the Freightway plays a critical role in the growth of the region’s manufacturing and distribution sector within the City of St. Louis and seven adjacent counties in Missouri and Illinois. The St. Louis Regional Freightway offers a unique combination of competitive advantages unavailable anywhere else in the country.
Whether you are a new business start-up, a growing company considering expanding in the state, a large corporation about to move or expand, or an international exporter seeking to increase distribution, New Jersey has key advantages to help your business grow: talented people, strategic location, quality of life, innovative businesses, and more. Situated at the epicenter of the nation's largest business corridor, New Jersey is where the world comes to do business. Find out more by visiting the Web site.
The Streator Area Chamber of Commerce serves a North Central Illinois area with close access to three major interstates -- I-55, I-80 and I-39 -- easy rail access, low overhead, and an able workforce. For more information, contact Mike Neuenkirchen, Executive Director, at 815-672-2921.
Since 1984, Syfan has provided customers with a competitive advantage through superior transportation and logistics services. Syfan consistently strives to meet and exceed customer expectations of service through timely communication and quality information. Leveraging its rich experience and dedicated team, Syfan’s commitment is to provide you with on-time pickup and delivery – every time.
TVA’s GIS-based Web site helps businesses and site selection consultants identify the best properties available in the 80,000-square-mile TVA region. Search for available properties and buildings, find demographic data, and download maps at TVAsites.com. Your source for economic development information and services in the seven-state TVA region is TVAed.com.
The City of Kimball is considered the Gateway to Nebraska. Located in western Nebraska, at the crossroads of Interstate 80 and U.S. 71, Kimball is ideally located, and offers easy access to and from larger towns. The city's economic development mission is to enhance and strengthen the local economy through the support and expansion of local companies and the attraction of new businesses.
There's no better way to access Europe than through its front door -- The Netherlands. Its strategic location, market proximity, highly developed transport infrastructure, and efficient customs, logistics, and transportation professionals will help expedite your company's success. For more information, contact the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency.
TVA's GIS-based online database helps corporate and site selection consultants identify optimal properties available in the 80,000-square-mile TVA region. Search for available properties and buildings (2,000 listings), find demographic data, and download maps. Your source for economic development information and services in the seven-state TVA region is TVAsites.com.
Partner with Unisource Logistics Solutions (ULS) to optimize your supply chain, increase service levels to your customers by reducing time in transit, and break into new markets without capital investment or long-term commitments. As a division of Unisource Worldwide, ULS offers variable access to more than 16 million square feet of warehouse space spread between 89 Unisource owned and operated North American distribution centers. We also offer transportation on our private fleet of Big Red Trucks, supplemented by our relationships with the nation’s top carriers.
Only a few locations can guarantee the right combination of resources that are crucial to your business's success. Virginia is one of them, offering a unique combination of assets that have encouraged businesses to prosper here for nearly 400 years. Virginia also provides one of the country's most advanced, online site selection search tools--VirginiaScan. VirginiaScan allows you to search for the best location for your business based on workforce needs, sites and buildings specifications, and business locations. Log on today.
Watson Land Company is a developer, owner, and manager of industrial properties throughout southern California. With a legacy spanning more than two centuries, Watson’s dedication to customers is based on delivering functional, high-quality buildings within masterplanned centers, coupled with unmatched customer service. Watson Land Company’s long-standing tradition of integrity, innovation, and fiscal responsibility has made it one of the region’s most respected names in commercial real estate, and one of the largest industrial developers in the nation.
Wayne County, West Virginia, is open for business, located within 500 miles of half the population of the United States and one-third that of Canada. The Wayne County Economic Development Authority Inc. (WCEDA) was established to promote, develop, and expand all types of business and industrial activity. This activity will advance and maintain the economic basis of Wayne County. The pursuit of these activities will provide opportunities for employment and improvements in the standard of living for the citizens of Wayne County.
Winnebago County, Ill., offers great opportunities for logistics sites. In fact, Winnebago County is a "Land of Economic Opportunity" in Northern Illinois, near Chicago, but far enough away to avoid the traffic congestion and high land prices. Contact Sue Mroz, Director of Regional Planning and Economic Development at 815-319-4366 for more information.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is an ideal location for manufacturing, financial services, distribution, technical research, and biotechnology and life sciences. Winston-Salem Business Inc. (WSBI) is an economic development agency that brings new business and industry to the region. For more information, please call 800-220-9724.