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Columbus is located within a 10 hour drive of 47% of the U.S. population.

Situated between New York, Chicago, Toronto and Atlanta, Columbus is within a 10-hour truck drive of 47% of the U.S. population, as well as 61% of the U.S. manufacturing capacity.

Crossed by eight major interstate highways, the Columbus Region has easy access to a majority of the country. Plus, Columbus is ranked 4th in the country for good/fair road coniditon. 

Rickenbacker Inland Port

Located 10 miles south of Columbus, Rickenbacker Inland Port is a high-speed international, multimodal logistics hub with an unparalleled location and access to customers throughout North America. Premier freight forwarders, consolidators, Customs brokers and third-party logistics providers support its tremendous base of air, road and rail transport companies.

Ease of access to Columbus for shipping.

Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK)

As one of the world’s only cargo-dedicated airports, Rickenbacker International Airport offers an uncongested option to move air cargo to, from and within the United States. The airport offers over 200,000 square feet of air cargo facility space, two parallel 12,000 foot runways and Category II Instrument Landing System for all-weather landing capabilities.

Foreign Trade Zone #138

Foreign Trade Zone #138, the 10th most active FTZ in the nation, encompasses all of the Columbus Region including Rickenbacker Inland Port and is legally considered outside of Customs territory, so goods may be brought into the site duty-free and without formal customs entry.

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