Oct 5 2016 0

Nashville’s Central Location Is Music To Your Ears

If you’re looking for centrally located warehousing and distribution services for your company, look no further than the greater Nashville area. Middle Tennessee has a wealth of advantages in location and modes of transit in and out of the state. We have compiled some articles with statistics and data that may surprise you, or it may reinforce what you already knew about the strategic advantage of the Nashville area.


Reach U.S. Locations with Ease From the Nashville Area

Real-world examples of the strategic advantages of doing business in the Nashville area are outlined in this informative PDF compiled by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Office of Economic Development. It’s a quick read and is packed with eye-opening info on our advantageous central location. Read More


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The Nashville Area is a “Gateway to Everywhere”

Next is a fact-filled article by the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development. They’ve done a fantastic job of compiling all the logistic advantages of doing business in Tennessee via roads, rail, air and water. Throw in the competitive utility rates and TVA’s robust network as the nation’s largest public power provider, and it’s no wonder Tennessee earned a #1 award for overall infrastructure and global access. This is a great read if you are weighing the advantages of doing business in Tennessee. Read More


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Logistic and Distribution Companies Thrive in the Nashville Area

Global distribution companies (GAP, Nissan, Saks Fifth Avenue) recognize the prime location of the Nashville area along with 140 freight carriers and 150 truck terminals. This article by BusinessClimate.com outlines all of that. Read More


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Tennessee’s Infrastructure Links the State to the World

BusinessClimate.com once again puts together a nice piece on the infrastructure that supports many of the decisions by business leaders to move to the Nashville area. Read More

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