Logistics Make Sense for E-Commerce in Wabash County!

Wabash County’s infrastructure and logistical advantages reflects Indiana’s state motto - “Crossroads of America.” CNBC has rated Indiana’s infrastructure as the third-best in the country. Coupled with a world-class transportation network, Wabash County’s available properties in a cost-effective environment offer distribution companies a perfect location.

Specifically as e-commerce increases exponentially, companies looking to increase their capabilities need quick and dependable shipping options. US Highway 24 is a four-lane limited access highway that traverses the center of Wabash County, connecting to I-65 to the west and to I-69 to the east, allowing local businesses to reach Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Chicago and benefit from the access those markets afford. There’s also easy access to rail nearby. Norfolk Southern offers north-south and east-west mainlines that intersect in downtown Wabash. This system connects businesses in Wabash County by rail to the eastern third of the United States and Canada.

Distribution companies can find suitable properties at the four business parks in Wabash County. All are adjacent to US Highway 24 and are shovel-ready with complete utilities available. Their presence in Opportunity Zone Tract 1026 maximizes business investment through the advantages of tax benefits.

Employers have access to a skilled workforce suitable for distribution careers. Grow Wabash County, through its various education partners, provides on-demand Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) training for both adults and high school students. 

Contact us today to find the perfect site for your distribution center!