Global Access from Ohio

Ohio’s location and infrastructure make it the ideal location for companies involved in logistics and distribution locating to or expanding within Ohio. Situated within 600 miles of more than half the U.S. and Canadian populations and easily accessible by road, rail, air and water, Ohio makes it easy and cost-effective for businesses to deliver enhanced supply chain value to their customers and supplier partners leveraging:  

  • A location within one day's drive of more than 60 percent of North America's manufacturing capacity. 
  • The nation's fourth largest interstate system. 
  • Four dedicated air cargo terminals, seven commerical airports and three inland water ports.
  • 10 major rail yards and 13 intermodal terminals. 

Our infrastructure assets and capabilities are distributed throughout the state, so all companies benefit. No matter where in the state a company is located, you can get anywhere.

Ohio's flexible logistics and distribution options.

Ohio's multimode transportation capabilities are distributed across the entire state, providing seamless national and global access.

Railroads

Ohio Railroads

Ports

Ohio Ports

Highways

Ohio Highways

Ohio River Industrial Sites

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The Ohio River’s 451 miles of shoreline borders 10 counties in the southern part of Ohio, supporting electric generation plants and polymer manufacturing processes. The river is a major transportation choice for moving coal, steel and other bulk materials.

Companies favor transporting on the river because it is environmentally friendly and saves companies the most time and money – 40 percent less to move goods by barge than by rail and 73 percent less than by truck. Every year, 63 million tons of goods are transported via the Ohio River, with two routes to the Gulf of Mexico.