Located within on day’s truck travel of 60% of North America’s businesses and people, the OhioSE region has become home to major logistics centers for numerous companies, large and small.
State-of-the-art logistic distribution fulfillment centers are located throughout the OhioSE region providing prompt delivery and service.
The OhioSE region offers locations that can solve many companies’ distribution problems.
- The intersection of Interstate Highways 70 and 77 offers easy access to east coast and southeastern markets.
- The U.S. 23 and U.S. 33 corridors provide quick access to both the northern and southern markets.
- The “Appalachian Highway” Ohio 32 / U.S. 50 corridor bypasses major congestion areas while linking the northeast states to Cincinnati, St. Louis and points west.
- U.S. 35 is a major 4-lane highway that connects to Dayton, through Indiana and to Lake Michigan and southeast to Charleston, WV, where it also connects to I-64.
Logistics opportunities are enhanced by multimodal transportation facilities providing additional solutions to companies logistics needs.
- Two Class I railroads with direct double-stack connections to Atlantic container ports provide ample opportunities for companies to receive their container-shipped cargos for transshipping to end customers.
- Major commercial airports, including Columbus, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh as well as major intermodal freight/air facilities at Rickenbacher field, provide ready access to air-shipment of time-critical goods.
- Ohio River ports provide ultra-low cost freight options for less time-sensitive cargoes.