Ohio is the seventh most populous state in the USA, located in close proximity to the U.S. East Coast Markets and MidWest markets. Approximately 60 percent of the U.S. population is reachable within one day’s drive of Ohio. The map below shows proximity to major U.S. population centers.
By Road, rail, river – southeastern Ohio can handle the transport of your goods via:
- Interstates 70 & 77
- Other 4-lane highways: US 22, US, 23, US 33, US 35, US 52 OH 32 & OH 7 (NEED A GOOD MAP OF HIGHWAYS IN REGION)
- Railroads: NS, CSX, W&LE, Ohio Central, Great Miami & Scioto, and Indiana & Ohio Railway
- Barge Ports along Ohio River: Southern and eastern Ohio are bounded by the Ohio River and receive an average of over 37 inches of rail per year. The region has abundant water for shipping or for water-intensive processes. For more information on industrial sites on the Ohio River, click here (link to RiverSites).
For companies needing large amounts of water for industrial processes, click here for information on sites and buildings with in the region with excess water and sewer capacities nearing 1,000,000 GPD (this will require the creation of a separate page).