Location & Logistics

You have customers to reach and a supply chain to manage

Now you can do it in less time!

"Because our distribution center in Columbus, Indiana, is so close to both the FedEx hub in Indianapolis and the UPS hub in Louisville, we can send parts as late at 8:00 PM tonight and have them in our customer’s hands tomorrow. That’s a huge benefit for us to meet the needs of our customers.”
Jeff Tilden
Vice-President, CLAAS

Air, Rail, Road...

We've got you covered!

We’re located very near the Median Center of the U.S. population, so whether reaching customers by road, rail, or air, you can reach more customers within one day. And if you prefer to receive raw materials by water, did you know Indiana has three inland water ports?

Air Freight

Each of our three nearby airports are each home to a major hub for overnight air shipping. Fed Ex’s second largest hub is at IND (45-55 minutes north). UPS largest hub is at SDF (70 minutes south). DHL’s super hub is at CVG (90 minutes southeast).

Road & Ground Transportation

The major U.S. north-south route of Interstate 65 runs adjacent to Columbus and Edinburgh and intersects with nearby I-70, I-74, I-465, I-69, and I-64. Check out our “Site Search” section to see our current list of available sites, most within 1 mile of I-65 and some with interstate frontage.


Freight users seeking the convenience and flexibility of short-line service are served by Louisville & Indiana RR.

Check out our “Site Search” section to see our current list of rail available sites.

Inland Water System

The Ohio River’s Port of Indiana – Jeffersonville is located 70 miles to our south and is the fastest growing port on the Inland Waterway System.

Rail service to & from the port is available via Louisville & Indiana RR, or it’s a quick drive via I-65. Port access is also available via the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway at northern Indiana’s Burns Harbor Port on Lake Michigan.

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