Regional Supplements, EcoDev & Site Selection

Energizing Site Selection

Energizing Site Selection

What sparks site selection decisions? From strategic locations to tax incentives to organizations that develop custom solutions, discover the factors that juice the site selection process.

Canada-U.S. Trade: Seamless and Streamlined

Canada-U.S. Trade: Seamless and Streamlined

With a vital trade relationship aloft, moving shipments between Canada and the United States remains smooth and collaborative—thanks to reliable and experienced providers.

The Georgia Connection(s)

The Georgia Connection(s)

The essence of logistics is making connections. No surprise, then, that Georgia—a state where connectivity is a way of life—is a shining star on the logistics land (and air and sea) scape.

Great Logistics Sites: Shaping the Future

Great Logistics Sites: Shaping the Future

Offering port access to available workers and proximity to consumers, these locations are ideally suited for moving products from Point A to Point Z and continue to build on their advantages. Here’s how organizations support their success.

Incentives Brighten Site Selection Decisions

Incentives Brighten Site Selection Decisions

Tax, energy, and land incentives can turn a good location into a great one. Here’s what companies and their logistics providers need to consider as they expand their horizons.

Florida Logistics: Coming In Hot

Florida Logistics: Coming In Hot

The Sunshine State is a logistics hotspot, offering sizzling transportation connections, blazing industrial real estate opportunities, and blisteringly efficient import/export capabilities.

Canada-U.S. Trade: Close Connections

Canada-U.S. Trade: Close Connections

The trading relationship between Canada and the United States helps both countries grow stronger economies, eliminate barriers, and compete with the rest of the globe.

Alaska: The Call of The Wild

Alaska: The Call of The Wild

Alaska’s rugged terrain presents countless logistics challenges. Fortunately, logistics providers are prepared to handle the Last Frontier’s unique obstacles and opportunities.

Searching for the Perfect Site

Searching for the Perfect Site

New site selection challenges magnify the importance of finding not only the right spot on the map, but also one that offers technology, transportation, and opportunities. The right logistics partners can help focus your search.

Incentives Propel Economic Development Projects

Incentives Propel Economic Development Projects

When choosing new sites, companies need to carefully inspect various moving parts. One instrumental factor in securing site decisions and propelling investments is the incentive package, which can kick economic development into high gear.

Florida Sets the Future

Florida Sets the Future

A geographic launching strip into the rest of the country and the world, Florida’s panhandle shines with world-class business amenities and infrastructure. See why the state anticipates an even brighter future as a logistics leader.

United States and Canada: Supply Chain Synergy

United States and Canada: Supply Chain Synergy

The current trade environment is positioned to strengthen collaboration between the United States and Canada, opening up ample opportunities for providers that offer cross-border solutions.

Georgia: Logistics Focal Point

Georgia: Logistics Focal Point

With booming ports, a bustling airport, and ample highways and railroads, the Peach State is a sweet spot for international trade and logistics.

Site Selection: Clear Sailing in Florida

Site Selection: Clear Sailing in Florida

In the Sunshine State, it’s the water that really counts for logistics providers. Find out how Florida’s waterway advantages and other assets combine to make the state’s logistics forecast perennially sunny.

Incentives Power Economic Development

Incentives Power Economic Development

Energy, tax, and land incentives juice logistics projects. Here’s how they spark site selection decisions and drive economic development.

U.S.-Canada: Going the Distance

U.S.-Canada: Going the Distance

For all the political rhetoric on the international stage, the relationship between the United States and Canada remains extraordinarily civil and cooperative.

Alaska: The Last Frontier

Alaska: The Last Frontier

In this extraordinary state, logistics challenges are substantial—but so are the solutions. Up to the challenge: logistics service providers who pave the way for thriving supply chains.

Great Logistics Sites & Services: Leading the Way

Great Logistics Sites & Services: Leading the Way

In logistics, two Ws are most important—where and when. Choosing the right sites and services is vital in getting your products where they need to go, when they need to get there.

Alaska: North to the Future

Alaska: North to the Future

A mix of experienced logistics service providers, resilient infrastructure, flexible transportation options, and a seasoned workforce combine to make Alaska a land of promise for companies doing business with the state.

Georgia: Pathways to Progress

Georgia: Pathways to Progress

In the logistics sphere, Georgia offers every important road — as well as air and sea route — to success.

Canada: Ties That Bind

Canada: Ties That Bind

The U.S.-Canada cross-border trade relationship remains robust in an evolving regulatory environment.

Alaska: Conquering the Last Frontier

Alaska: Conquering the Last Frontier

Alaska has much to offer, encompassing nearly 600,000 square miles. It also presents logistics challenges and requires experienced service providers to weather any storm.

2017 Global Logistics Guide

2017 Global Logistics Guide

Inbound Logistics’ 13th annual Global Logistics Guide presents a transportation and logistics world atlas to help you stay on top of shifting global dynamics and map out locations for exploration.

Panama Canal Expansion: Locks and Load

Panama Canal Expansion: Locks and Load

The June 2016 inauguration of the expanded Panama Canal marked the official completion of a nine-year-long construction project and launched a new era for the canal. Explore the widespread ramifications for global shipping.

Florida: Your Partner in Progress

Florida: Your Partner in Progress

Whether you need logistics connections via water, air, road, and rail, Florida has it all. You’ll also warm up to its favorable business environment, quality of life, skilled labor pool, and more.
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Site Selection: A Power Production

Site Selection: A Power Production

Locating warehouses and distribution centers in areas offering reliable energy generates cost savings and efficiency.

Cross-Border Trade Is on a Roll

Cross-Border Trade Is on a Roll

U.S. Canada trade will continue to be a mutually beneficial partnership, as long as shippers keep their eye on the ball.

Meet Me in St. Louis

Meet Me in St. Louis

In St. Louis, location is just the beginning of the story. Find out why this region is a premier freight hub and transportation capital.
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2016 Global Logistics Guide

2016 Global Logistics Guide

Our 12th annual Global Logistics Guide, prepared in conjunction with Castrol, presents a transportation and logistics world atlas to help you identify and map continents and countries that warrant further exploration.
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Georgia: Super Hub of the Southeast

Georgia: Super Hub of the Southeast

A central geographic location, highly skilled workforce, warm climate, and business-friendly environment make the state sparkle. But it’s Georgia’s logistical advantages that are the jewel in the crown.
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O Canada!

O Canada!

In the logistics of trade, the relationship between Canada and the United States is friendly and advantageous on both sides of the border.

Riding the Rails

In today’s high-speed logistics infrastructure, rail represents a key component of the intermodal framework.

Freight Transport in Alaska

Freight Transport in Alaska

Transport providers carrying freight on land and sea, and in the air have developed special expertise to handle Alaska’s unique logistics challenges.

2015 Global Logistics Guide

2015 Global Logistics Guide

Inbound Logistics’ 11th annual Global Logistics Guide presents a transportation and logistics world atlas to help you identify and map continents and countries that require further exploration.

Memphis: America’s Multimodal City

Memphis: America’s Multimodal City

Connecting global supply chains through river, highway, rail, and air transport, Memphis gives businesses the ultimate logistics advantage.

Star Search: Discovering the Best Site for Your Business

Star Search: Discovering the Best Site for Your Business

Finding the right site for your new manufacturing plant or distribution facility isn’t an overnight sensation. You have to pay your dues by investigating infrastructure, quality of life issues, utilities and taxes, and more. These locations deliver the goods.

Utilities and Site Selection: Power Players

Utilities and Site Selection: Power Players

Choosing the best location for your business requires plugging into the right electrical and natural gas resources. Here are some of the top spots that will get you energized for success.

Top 10 U.S. Container Ports

Top 10 U.S. Container Ports

As trade flows shift, the busiest U.S. ports are most likely to continue fulfilling shippers’ needs. Here are the 10 ports handling the nation’s largest import and export container volumes.

U.S.-Canada Trade: Getting a Line on Cross-Border Shipments

U.S.-Canada Trade: Getting a Line on Cross-Border Shipments

To efficiently move goods across the U.S.-Canada border, shippers and logistics providers must adapt to regulatory, geographic, and currency challenges.

Latin American Logistics: The View to the South

Latin American Logistics: The View to the South

U.S. companies trading with Latin America face opportunities and challenges, but logistics service providers can help.

Logistics Leadership: The New Spirit of St. Louis

Logistics Leadership: The New Spirit of St. Louis

For site selection teams, the St. Louis area’s logistics advantages make it ideal for storing and moving product.

Keeping Intermodal in Your Sites

Keeping Intermodal in Your Sites

When selecting manufacturing and distribution sites, companies should ensure rail/intermodal accessibility.

Heading North: Navigating Alaska Supply Chain

Heading North: Navigating Alaska Supply Chain

Alaska’s extreme weather and geography create logistics challenges for shippers moving cargo to, from, and in the state.

2014 Global Logistics Guide

2014 Global Logistics Guide

A regional ranking of logistics factors helps shippers plan their global supply chain.

E-Commerce DC Site Selection: Connecting the Dots

E-Commerce DC Site Selection: Connecting the Dots

E-commerce retailers choose specialized distribution centers near parcel carrier hubs and transportation infrastructure.

Georgia: Logistics Sweet Spot

Georgia: Logistics Sweet Spot

Georgia offers manufacturers and distributors superior access to logistics providers and transportation infrastructure.

Panama Canal Expansion: Changing the Channel

Panama Canal Expansion: Changing the Channel

A wider and deeper passage may encourage shippers to consider alternate sourcing and routing options.

Logistics Hotspots: Site Selection Standouts

Logistics Hotspots: Site Selection Standouts

The best spots for manufacturing and distribution facilities offer geographic, economic, and logistics advantages. Here’s a look at six regions that are shining examples of transportation and supply chain activity.

Utilities and Site Selection:  Powering U.S. Manufacturing Growth

Utilities and Site Selection: Powering U.S. Manufacturing Growth

Ensuring adequate and affordable energy for new manufacturing and distribution facilities can challenge site selection teams. Many energy providers now offer resources to plug them into locations that will help their operations shine.

Ports-to-Plains Corridor: A Pipeline for Progress

Ports-to-Plains Corridor: A Pipeline for Progress

Stretching from Texas’ U.S.-Mexico border to Alberta, Canada, the Ports-to-Plains Corridor represents a vital trade conduit for North America’s energy and agriculture heartland.

Cross-Border Trade Secrets

Cross-Border Trade Secrets

When moving shipments into and out of Canada, what you don’t know can hurt you. Specialized logistics providers can help you capitalize on opportunities, ensure compliance, and keep you safe from harm.

Latin American Logistics: Keeping Up With the Latin Beat

Latin American Logistics: Keeping Up With the Latin Beat

Companies see supply chain expansion opportunities in Latin America’s improving infrastructure and trade policies.

Site Selection: The Rise of Intermodal

Site Selection: The Rise of Intermodal

Intermodal plays an essential role in today’s site selection process. Superior rail intermodal sites and services put your company on the right track.

2013 Global Logistics Guide

2013 Global Logistics Guide

This annual guide presents an updated transportation and logistics world atlas chock-full of need-to-know information.

Georgia: Logistics Front and Center

Georgia: Logistics Front and Center

A prime geographic location positions businesses in Georgia to take the lead.

E-commerce: Finding the Sweet Spot

E-commerce: Finding the Sweet Spot

Online retailers seeking new DC and warehouse sites need the transportation infrastructure and other resources to support a constant, rapid-fire flow of shipments.

Kentucky: Racing Toward Logistics Leadership

Kentucky: Racing Toward Logistics Leadership

Kentucky is building America’s future with its technological savvy, good jobs, hard work, and a government focused on making the most of the state’s logistics assets.

Great Sites: All-Star Logistics Lineup

Great Sites: All-Star Logistics Lineup

U.S. logistics professionals know when it comes to manufacturing and distribution facilities, these locations are a home run.

Memphis: Incomparable Reach

Memphis: Incomparable Reach

An outstanding variety of transportation options helps make Memphis an ideal location for logistics operations.

Nebraska: A Can-do Logistics Leader

Nebraska: A Can-do Logistics Leader

When it comes to logistics — or, for that matter, most areas of business life — Nebraska is in the driver’s seat.

Utilities and Site Selection: Energized for Success

Utilities and Site Selection: Energized for Success

For many businesses selecting sites for new distribution centers and warehouses, ensuring adequate and affordable energy to power the facility is a challenge. Smart companies enlist the help of local resources to explore the cost of utilities in municipalities they are considering for new locations.

Canada Trade: Driving Growth Northward

Canada Trade: Driving Growth Northward

Increasing demand for U.S. goods in Canada represents a positive sign for the economies of both countries. But keeping cross-border shipments moving requires building smart and savvy logistics operations.

Beating the Odds in Latin America

Beating the Odds in Latin America

Multinational corporations are gambling on the Latin American market’s growth potential. But when it comes to meeting the region’s supply chain challenges, all bets are off.

San Antonio: At the Crossroads of Opportunity

San Antonio: At the Crossroads of Opportunity

Centralized location and a fast-growing economy are luring U.S. and international businesses to discover San Antonio’s supply chain benefits.

Intermodal: More Than Roads and Rails

Intermodal: More Than Roads and Rails

Intermodal service excellence well-connected transportation infrastructure, plus support from knowledgeable logistics service providers, a skilled workforce, and affordable utilities.

Logistics in Alaska: Taming the Last Frontier

Logistics in Alaska: Taming the Last Frontier

Shipping to and from the wilds of Alaska requires the expertise and specialized equipment offered by intrepid transportation providers.

2012 Global Logistics Guide

2012 Global Logistics Guide

Inbound Logistics surveys the transportation infrastructure, technological competence, and business culture of global hotspots to help shippers identify and evaluate expansion opportunities.

South Carolina: Invested in Logistics Excellence

South Carolina: Invested in Logistics Excellence

Businesses reap big benefits when they locate manufacturing facilities in South Carolina, an established logistics, supply chain, and distribution leader.

Florida Ports: Bright Outlook for the Sunshine State

Florida Ports: Bright Outlook for the Sunshine State

The promise of increasing Latin American trade volumes and Asian imports has Florida on the path to becoming a cargo crossroads.

Airportfolio: Set to Soar

Airportfolio: Set to Soar

The global supply chain relies on airport facilities with the infrastructure and capacity to handle shipments safely and efficiently. The six U.S. airports profiled here are first-class all the way.

Illinois-Missouri Bi-State Region: Logistics Center of Attention

Illinois-Missouri Bi-State Region: Logistics Center of Attention

A central location, well-developed transportation infrastructure, emerging trade connections with Asia and South America, and unified vision for economic development have made the bi-state metropolitan area around St. Louis a global intermodal crossroads.

Strategic Logistics Sites: In the Right Place at the Right Time

Strategic Logistics Sites: In the Right Place at the Right Time

Locating your manufacturing or distribution business in a great logistics site puts you where you need to be, when you need to be there. Discover the advantages of Buffalo Niagara, N.Y.; Joplin, Mo.; Southern California; and Nebraska.

Portfolio: California Ports Make Waves

Portfolio: California Ports Make Waves

Golden State ports process high volumes of both import and export shipments. Five port profiles deliver a sample of the state’s offerings.

Nebraska: Lasting Logistics Appeal

Nebraska: Lasting Logistics Appeal

A central U.S. location, dedicated workforce, and affordable industrial power combine to make Nebraska an ideal site for logistics operations.

Utilities & Site Selection: A Powerful Partnership

Utilities & Site Selection: A Powerful Partnership

Energy resources often spell the difference between an adequate location and a great one. What better argument for plugging into energy utilities during the site selection process?

Due North: U.S.-Canada Trade Flows Steady

Due North: U.S.-Canada Trade Flows Steady

By allying with strong logistics and supply chain providers, shippers encounter fewer obstacles in U.S.-Canada cross-border trade.

U.S. Intermodal Gets a Lift: Americas Great Rail Sites & Services

U.S. Intermodal Gets a Lift: Americas Great Rail Sites & Services

Intermodal connections help shippers move product quickly and efficiently. Get on track with some locations, utilities, and service providers that are helping intermodal grow.

Optimizing the Supply Chain Where East Meets West”

Optimizing the Supply Chain Where East Meets West”

Low labor costs, plentiful resources, and a skilled workforce lead North American manufacturers to choose offshoring in Asia.

2011 Global Logistics Guide

2011 Global Logistics Guide

Inbound Logistics’ seventh-annual Global Logistics Guide presents a transportation and logistics world atlas to help you map locations for further exploration.

South Carolina: The Logistics Advantage

South Carolina: The Logistics Advantage

Boasting proximity to major U.S. markets and a wealth of transportation resources, the Palmetto State leads the Southeast in serving the nation’s distribution needs.

Navigating the Alaskan Supply Chain

Navigating the Alaskan Supply Chain

Intermodal transportation stitches together Alaska’s 663,268 square miles of rugged terrain, presenting challenges and opportunities for intrepid shippers.

Portfolio: Mid-Atlantic Ports

Portfolio: Mid-Atlantic Ports

With historical trades ties to Europe and emerging connections with Asia, U.S. Mid-Atlantic ports are streaming forward with shifting trade currents and demand.

Sponsored Editorial: Great Logistics Sites: Supply Chain Central

Sponsored Editorial: Great Logistics Sites: Supply Chain Central

Here’s a look at five regions where the elements of logistics greatness, including positions in the U.S. heartland, really add up.

Regional Supplement: Memphis: America’s Aerotropolis

Regional Supplement: Memphis: America’s Aerotropolis

Geography, transportation infrastructure, and a strong distribution sector make Memphis a natural logistics hub.

Portfolio: Pacific Northwest

Portfolio: Pacific Northwest

From Portland to Prince Rupert, the ports of the Pacific Northwest serve as North America’s gateway to Asia.

<em>Special Advertising Supplement: </em> Energy Security for the Future

Special Advertising Supplement: Energy Security for the Future

When selecting a site for a new warehouse or distribution center, there’s a second infrastructure that demands attention—the power generation and delivery system.

Economic Development Supplement: Ports-to-Plains Alliance Corridor

Economic Development Supplement: Ports-to-Plains Alliance Corridor

Spanning the U.S. heartland and reaching into Canada and Mexico, the Ports-to-Plains Alliance corridor links North America’s vital agricultural and industrial communities.

Corralling Texas Ports

Corralling Texas Ports

Join Corpus Christi Mayor Joe Adame and Inbound Logistics as we explore how Texas’ Gulf Coast ports are driving economic growth throughout thecountry.

Special Supplement: Mexico Takes Flight

Special Supplement: Mexico Takes Flight

A booming aerospace sector south of the border offers tremendous opportunities for U.S. and Canadian manufacturers.

Georgia: Fueling Logistics Competitiveness

Georgia: Fueling Logistics Competitiveness

A bustling airport, the nation’s fourth-largest container port, some of the best road conditions in the United States, and the Southeast’s most extensive railroad network keep Georgia on the business community’s mind.

Logistics Hotspots

Logistics Hotspots

For companies deciding where to site manufacturing and distribution facilities, geographic location is a prime concern. Find the attractions your company considers most compelling among the locations on our list of logistics hotspots for 2010.

Nebraska: Prime Location for Logistics

Nebraska: Prime Location for Logistics

Nebraska’s central location, strong transportation infrastructure, highly trained work force, low industrial power rates, and excellent quality of life are magnets for economic development. Pair these advantages with a public and private sector that understands the importance of logistics, and Nebraska strikes the perfect balance for enterprising businesses.

2010 Global Logistics Guide

2010 Global Logistics Guide

The weight of the world recession is shifting how U.S. businesses spin and span the globe. Inbound Logistics’ 6th Annual Global Logistics Guide offers a reference point as you evaluate new horizons for growth.

On the Road: A Supply Chain Travelogue

On the Road: A Supply Chain Travelogue

Inbound Logistics Senior Editor Joseph O’Reilly takes to the road in search of new supply chain experiences. His goals were to experience firsthand the inner workings of the U.S. supply chain, to visit with transportation and logistics professionals on their terms, and to gain a better appreciation for the labor and love that make things and make things move. Want to come along for the ride?

Great Logistics Sites

Great Logistics Sites

The building blocks of a great logistics site include prime location, an abundance of industrial facilities, easy access to multiple transportation modes, the right workforce, and tax credits and incentives. Here is a closer look at five regions that offer the right combination to help companies achieve logistics greatness.

Missouri: The Perfect Center

Missouri: The Perfect Center

Need to be within easy reach of just about everything? Missouri is the place to be. The state’s transportation infrastructure provides a wealth of options for connecting efficiently with the rest of the country and the world.

Ports-to-Plains Trade Corridor: North America’s Energy and Agricultural Heartland

Ports-to-Plains Trade Corridor: North America’s Energy and Agricultural Heartland

Linking North America’s top energy and agricultural regions, the Ports-to-Plains Corridor helps deliver food and fuel to the city, and keeps the Heartland economy humming.

Northwest Iowa: Connectivity Beyond Expectations

Northwest Iowa: Connectivity Beyond Expectations

At the core of America’a heartland, Northwest Iowa delivers easy access to major markets, a first-class transportation infrastructure, a welcoming business environment, and outstanding workforce development programs.

Smart Strategy: South Of The Border

Smart Strategy: South Of The Border

Companies that source and manufacture products in Mexico gain opportunities to cut transportation costs, hold less inventory, and provide faster service to customers. But to reap logistics benefits in Mexico, you have to know your way around.

Logistics Hotspots 2009

Logistics Hotspots 2009

Whether a company’s needs dictate a distribution location that is large or small, coastal or heartland, urban or rural, it is likely to find its match among the 15 cities Inbound Logistics selected as logistics hotspots for 2009. Here is a look at what makes these locations desirable, even when the economic climate is not.

Arkansas: A Natural Wonder

Arkansas: A Natural Wonder

Home to the foremost consumer goods retailer in the world, two leading motor freight carriers, the largest U.S. river system, a major east-west highway, and the country’s largest rice crop, opportunities abound in Arkansas. See why the state has fast become the perfect match for transportation- and distribution- minded businesses.

PORTFOLIO: New Ports of Call

PORTFOLIO: New Ports of Call

Commercial ports are the heart of global supply chains, vital to the ebb and flow of world trade. Join IL as we drop anchor at two up-and-coming ro/ro cargo hubs.

Global Logistics Guides 2009

Global Logistics Guides 2009

Inbound Logistics’ 5th Annual Global Logistics Guide presents a navigational beacon as you scope out and steer your company’s global reckoning through an uncertain economic abyss.

NASCO: North America’s SuperCorridor Coalition

NASCO: North America’s SuperCorridor Coalition

The multimodal transportation network known as NASCO runs through the heart of trade in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Find out what makes this corridor unique and why companies are banding together to support it.

Memphis: North America’s Logistics Center

Memphis: North America’s Logistics Center

With its central location, highly developed infrastructure, growing economy, and depth of logistics and transportation services, Memphis is positioned to claim its right to the title "North America’s Logistics Center." When it comes to site selection, Memphis definitely has it all. So why consider bringing your business anywhere else?

Great Logistics Sites: Pursuit of Excellence

Great Logistics Sites: Pursuit of Excellence

Here’s a closeup look at five locations across the United States that are building a foundation for transportation and logistics greatness.

Latin America Logistics: A New World Venture

Latin America Logistics: A New World Venture

Thanks to the pioneering efforts of visionary 3PLs, U.S. companies are prospecting sites in Mexico, Brazil and elsewhere as they explore new sourcing and selling opportunites.

Spokane: Hub of the Inland Northwest

Spokane: Hub of the Inland Northwest

Looking for easy access to major U.S. markets? A gateway for international trade free of traffic snarls? Inexpensive utilities and real estate with plenty of room to expand logistics or manufacturing operations? Spokane is just what you’re looking for.

2008 Global Logistics Guide

2008 Global Logistics Guide

Inbound Logistics’ fourth annual Global Logistics Guide helps you evaluate potential sourcing locations by identifying global hotspots excelling in transport infrastructure, IT competency, and people power. Sponsored by COSCO.

SPECIAL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT: The Avenue of the Saints

SPECIAL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT: The Avenue of the Saints

Along the 600 miles of highway known as The Avenue of the Saints, companies are investing hundreds of millions of dollars in logistics facilities, and reaping the benefits of fast, economical access to major Midwest cities.

<em>IL’s</em> Wide World of Ports

IL’s Wide World of Ports

No two ports are alike – each has its own specialty, unique combination of offerings, and history. Inbound Logistics takes a closer look at four global ports that keep goods and materials moving around our shrinking world.

Navigating Site Selection

Navigating Site Selection

A regional guide to U.S. logistics and distribution hotspots

Nebraska: America’s New Logistics Center (Special Supplement)

Nebraska: America’s New Logistics Center (Special Supplement)

Strategically positioned in the center of the country, with a business-friendly climate and well-educated work force, Nebraska offers an ideal location for transportation, logistics, distribution, and warehousing companies. The state’s reputation as a manufacturing and distribution growth center continues to attract big business.

I-39 Corridor: Gateway to the Midwest

I-39 Corridor: Gateway to the Midwest

Smack dab in the middle of the country, the I-39 Logistics Corridor serves as a gateway to America’s Midwest, and beyond. Its congestion-free location; affordable workforce; and access to major multimodal transport links help drive the region’s thriving global trade. Download this special supplement to see why so many companies call the Corridor home.