Transportation and Aerospace

US Route 23 travels approximately 1400 miles from northern Michigan through the Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth (APEG) region on its way to northern Florida.  As it travels through the APEG region it is provides easy access to a number of United States automotive assembly plants — 4 in Kentucky, 12 in Michigan, 4 in Indiana and 6 in Ohio. The US Route is a primary commerce highway in the United States with excellent connectivity north, south, east and west. Appalachian Ohio is home to a major aerospace corporation with state-of-the-art testing facilities.

Crossroads of the Auto Supply Chain

Eastern and southern Ohio are home to more than 40 production facilities directly engaged in the transportation industry,
including Tier One and Tier Two auto suppliers and a major Kenworth truck assembly plant.
Less than one day’s drive to major auto assembly plants in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Tennessee, the APEG region is the right location for companies that supply to the automobile and truck industries.