Distribution & Logistics

Closer to customer, prospects, markets, suppliers - and opportunities

 Greater Cincinnati connects companies with opportunities in the U.S. and across the globe.

By Air

  • The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) offers more than 165 peak-day flights.
  • CVG is the eighth largest cargo airport in North America. 
  • Home to DHL’s global hub that processes more than two million international shipments monthly to the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Latin America  
  • Connection to more than 100 DHL service centers and five international gateways in the U.S. 

In 2015, CVG was ranked the second best North American regional airport for the fifth year in a row. It also earned the titles of sixth best regional airport in the world and fourth best airport staff in North America. 

Dayton International Airport is the nation’s top 90-minute air market, transporting more than one million passengers annually. 

By Land

  • Greater Cincinnati is a one-day drive from many major U.S. metros and is connected by several highways as well as Interstates 71, 74, 75, 275 and 471. The region is home to two Class 1 railroads (CSX and Norfolk Southern) and one short-line carrier (Genesee & Wyoming). 
  • CSX includes Queensgate Classification Yard, one of the largest in North America with more than 70 miles of track. The North Baltimore Ohio facility directly links domestic and international intermodal freight to New York and Baltimore.  
  • Norfolk Southern (NS) operates 20,000 route miles in 22 states and D.C., with two intermodal yards in Greater Cincinnati. NS can support international trade with service to major Eastern seaports, ten river ports and nine lake ports. 
  • Genessee & Wyoming operates the Indiana & Ohio Railway (IORY) and the Central Railway Company of Indiana (CIND). These lines carry metal products, chemicals, plastics, lumber, paper, grain, grain products, automobiles and more. 

By Water

The region is located along more than 200 miles of the Ohio River, making Greater Cincinnati the second-largest inland port. Cargo flows through the Ports of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky carrying liquid, dry bulk commodities, coal, coke products, petroleum products, fertilizers, grains, oilseeds, sand, gravel, rock, stone, break bulk iron and steel products.

REDI Cincinnati is your first point-of-contact for questions about locating or expanding your company in our region. To learn more, contact REDI at (513) 562-8474 or info@REDICincinnati.com.