Moving your products to market with ease and affordability Land, Air, Sea, or Rail
Several major distribution companies take advantage of the intermodal transportation resources, lower-than-market freight rates, affordable real estate, lower utility costs, and lower average wages in Clay County to benefit their company's bottom line. In-county interstate access is via I-295 or the new First Coast Expressway (SR-23), eventually connecting I-10 to I-95 and running directly through Clay County.
There are two CSX rail lines on the east and west sides of the county. Reynolds Park is home to Clay County Port, a fully functioning port with thirteen piers. Keystone Heights Airpark (public) and Reynolds Park (private) both feature runways over 5,000.' There is also a wide range of warehouse and distribution space available to benefit your company. JAXPORT is located 17 miles from Clay County and serves as the #1 deep water port in Florida.
Jacksonville is America's Logistics CenterAccessible to the entire southeast within an 8 hour drive
Clay County is located just south of Jacksonville. Jacksonville is home to JAXPORT, the #1 cargo shipping port in Florida. Over 550,000 individuals work in transportation, trade and logistics throughout Florida. CSX, Norfolk Southern and Florida East Coast Railway all run through the region. I-10 and I-95 connect near Jacksonville's downtown. I-295 forms a beltway around the region. Jacksonville International Airport is located 30 minutes from Clay County with direct access to 30 U.S. airports and over 95 non-stop daily flights. Clay County is part of Foreign Trade Zone No. 64 which provides tremendous cost savings.
Learn more about Clay County's logistics and distribution advantagesAffordabilty and market access start here
Lower costs and ease to market begin in Clay County. Click below to learn more about our logistics and distribution industry sector.