Wayne County is in the middle of everything you need to ship and receive product and supplies!
Wayne County, Indiana puts your company within a day’s drive of 80% of the U.S. market. Our location in East Central Indiana provides a number of alternatives for your company’s distribution and transportation needs. In Wayne County you’ll find direct access to Interstate 70 and several state and federal highways.
You’ll find access to Class I rail as well as short lines and intermodal facilities. The Senate Avenue Intermodal in Indianapolis avoids crowded Chicago rail yards and provides access to Asian markets within 21 days. You’ll find several options for over-the-road trucking as well as access to three major international airports and several regional airports.
Need a way to ship your product by water? Even in Indiana we have access to several water ports providing access to two major freight transportation arteries: the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway (via Lake Michigan) and the Inland Waterway System (via the Ohio River).
39.83° N, -84.89° W
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All distances shown above are calculated based on transportation routes.