North Florida Corridor
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A 34-County Super Region from Pensacola to Jacksonville Offering Unmatched Assets for Manufacturing and Logistics.

Looking for a location where your business can succeed? Move to the North Florida Corridor. Our 34 counties offer unmatched assets for manufacturing and logistics: Shovel-ready sites. A young workforce, many military-trained. Interstates, rail, airports, seaports, and intermodal logistic centers. Industry clusters and supply chains. Plus a business-friendly environment and sunny Florida lifestyle. Our super region has solid resources for forward-thinking companies.



In the North Florida Corridor

Global leaders like BAE Systems, Boeing, Eastman, Enviva, GE, Georgia-Pacific, Johnson & Johnson, Lockheed-Martin, Medtronic, Nestle Water Bottling, Rex Lumber, Saft America, St. Marks Powder, and more manufacture here. There’s also a fast-growing array of smaller, innovative companies that benefit from our attractive business costs and entrepreneurial support. The North Florida Corridor offers superb proximity to industry clusters in aerospace, automotive, defense, and more.

Manufacturing companies here easily reach Florida’s 20 million people, with direct access to the rest of the US and South America. Draw from a workforce of 1.5 million, which includes veterans with in-demand skills from 14 military installations (nearly 10% of our population has military training), that are kept sharp by 60+ educational institutions.

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Logistics and Distribution

in the North Florida Corridor

Distribute with ease by land, sea, or air. Join world-class distributors and logistics providers like Crowley Maritime Corporation, CSX, Family Dollar, FedEx, Landstar Systems, Publix, Suddath, Target, and Walmart.

The North Florida Corridor includes Interstate 10, one of America’s primary east-west highways, stretching from Jacksonville to the Port of Los Angeles. It intersects with I-75 and I-95 for smooth movement north and south. The Corridor also includes international air service and 5 seaports to reach national and international markets efficiently and cost-effectively. The super region’s ports serve 17 of the top 20 ocean carriers with daily trade routes to South America and Asia.

Connect to anywhere in the US and abroad with key interstates and roadways and multiple inland ports, airports, and Class 1 rail service. Moreover, benefit from intermodal logistics centers, freight logistics zones, and foreign trade zones in the super region.

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Top Reasons

to Locate in the North Florida Corridor

  • Reach 20 million Floridians plus 58 million people within an 8-hour drive

  • Abundance of available buildings, shovel-ready sites and affordable land across 34 counties

  • A workforce of 1.5 million with in-demand skills and military training

  • International air service and seaports reaching South America and Asia daily

  • Served by Class 1 and short line rail with inland and intermodal ports

  • Florida work/life quality with lower costs of living and no state personal income tax

  • #2 business state (Chief Executive) and #2 infrastructure (U.S. Chamber)

  • Cost-competitive solutions and economic development support for utilities

  • Over 60 universities, state colleges, and technical training institutions

  • Federal and state legislative power supporting corporations and entrepreneurs