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Infrastructure

Greater Cincinnati is built to support business growth.

Move your products around the world

Within a one-day drive of most of the U.S., the Cincinnati region’s location means products arrive at a customer’s door faster. Our strong logistics industry moves large and small items by train, boat, truck or plane.

In Greater Cincinnati, companies regularly utilize:

  • Two Class 1 railroads and one short-line carrier
  • The largest U.S. in-land port
  • DHL international shipping hub at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG)
  • Foreign Trade Zones 46 and 47

Spend less for more flight options

The Cincinnati region’s business community asked for more flights – and national carriers listened. In 2017, Southwest Airlines brought eight daily flights to CVG. This market entry is a strategic addition to the airport’s more than 80 daily non-stop flights to North America and Europe.

Connect faster

The Cincinnati region’s IT infrastructure makes it easier for companies to connect. Regional companies can access Amazon Web Service’s nearby data pipeline and Cincinnati Bell’s fiber network for high-speed Internet service.

Companies located in downtown Cincinnati can rely on unmatched access to electricity. Duke Energy – the region’s energy provider – created a redundant system throughout this neighborhood to ensure businesses have uninterrupted access to power.

The system works so well, no customer using it experienced a noticeable power outage in nearly ten years.