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.
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.
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
The Sunshine State is a logistics hotspot, offering sizzling transportation connections, blazing industrial real estate opportunities, and blisteringly efficient import/export capabilities.
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.
Georgia: Where Logistics Fuels Growth
The state’s solid logistics infrastructure keeps supply chains moving efficiently and safely.
From exploring how shippers are using expedited delivery more strategically to profiling the top 10 U.S. cargo airports, this issue offers top-flight takeaways. With special features on the latest trends in airfreight forwarding, and a handy guide to airfreight forwarding partners and their offerings, this edition will help your supply chain take off. Also: Site Selection Assistance From Coast to Coast
When it comes to intermodal transportation, the three C’s are king: connectivity, communication, and collaboration. In this issue, find out how to put the three C’s to work for you and ensure a seamless supply chain. Also: top 10 U.S. container ports, 2015 Shipping Lines Directory, great logistics sites, and more.
Utilities and Site Selection: The Power of Power
Companies searching for just the right spot to locate their manufacturing plants, warehouses, and other facilities rank energy high on their list of priorities.
Georgia: Super Hub of the Southeast
Myriad logistics assets make Georgia a terrific location for companies choosing new manufacturing or distribution facilities.
Site Selection & E-Commerce: Tapping Regional Excellence
When choosing new sites to locate fulfillment facilities, retailers opt in for e-commerce excellence and proximity to large population centers.
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.
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.
Georgia: Logistics Front and Center
A prime geographic location positions businesses in Georgia to take the lead.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.