Ohio's central geographic location close to customers and a multimodal statewide infrastructure makes it an ideal state for businesses seeking reliable, efficient shipping solutions. As a hub for logistics and distribution companies, Ohio has the fourth largest interstate highway system and the fourth largest network of operating railroads in the nation, and is within a day's drive of 60% of the population of the U.S. and Canada.
Companies shipping goods via air, land, or water have multiple options for domestic and international freight transportation both to and from the state of Ohio. Ten foreign trade zones across the state offer reduced or nonexistent customs fees and relief from inverted tariffs and duty exemption on re-exports. Industry leaders in logistics and distribution with bases in Ohio include Amazon, Bleckmann, Crocs, Total Quality Logistics, and Gabe's.
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