No inventory tax
140 Million consumers within
500-mile truck drive
Jackson County, Ohio knows that today’s successful businesses must be well-connected with markets and suppliers. As part of the National Highway System, our area’s transportation network ensures easy access to raw materials and timely shipping of finished products. Start with a robust highway and railroad infrastructure that includes two interstate quality divided highways that offer quick connections to the Interstate system, putting markets such as Huntington and Charleston, West Virginia, Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati, Ohio minutes away -- and 140 million consumers within a one-day truck drive. If your company supports auto or appliance manufacturers throughout Ohio and the central U.S., we’ll get you there quickly and reliably.
Have a need for responsive rail service? The Ohio South Central Railroad offers 64 miles of south central Ohio track, with a connection to the CSX main line at Richmond Dale. That means you’ll have affordable access to both the nationwide rail network and deep-water ports along the East Coast.
Our utility backbone means you’ll have the power and virtual connections you need. We’re served by American Electric Power (AEP), the City of Jackson electric utility (part of American Municipal Power), and Buckeye Rural Electric Co-Op. With onsite substations, redundant feeds and service loops, and dedicated service teams, they’ll satisfy your demand for power. There’s plenty of local broadband access, too, including six strands of municipally owned dark fiber.