Within one day’s drive of 60% of the U.S. population. Located on the Ohio River, it gives easy access to the East and Midwest. It is centrally located among three of West Virginia’s largest cities: Charleston, Huntington, and Parkersburg.
RIVER: JCM&IC includes frontage on the Ohio River, and a privately owned, 25-acre barge loading/unloading facility.
RAIL: The CSX Mainline serves the JCM&IC, and spurs are available to serve sites throughout the center.
HIGHWAY: WV Route 2 accesses I-77 just 6 miles from JCM&IC’s entrance. The area is served by 33 major motor freight carriers.
AIR: Jackson County Airport, with a 4,000 foot general aviation runway, is just one-half mile from JCM&IC. Wood and Kanawha County airports, the nearest commercial facilities, are each 45 miles away.
UTILITIES: A 138 KV, 3-phase power line provide electricity to the park, and a 4″ line supplies natural gas. PUBLIC water is pumped to the centre through a 10″ line. Fiber optic TELEPHONE cables and digital switching are available for all of your communication needs.
Buy Lease or Move Right In – Unlike many inland ports, Jackson County Maritime & Industrial Centre encourages private ownership, if that best matches your needs. The entire park has been divided into generous lots. A “level 1” environmental site assessment and an archeological study have been completed. A geological report is available. We enjoy Foreign Trade Zone Status.
If you prefer to lease, lease with option to purchase, or purchase, describe your needs and we’ll talk about a custom-built facility. A Smart Location – Jackson County Maritime & Industrial Centre is within one day’s drive of 60% of the U.S. population. Located on the Ohio River, it gives easy access to the East and Midwest. It is centrally located among three of West Virginia’s largest cities: Charleston, Huntington, and Parkersburg.
All the Advantages of Accessibility
If you plan to establish, move, or expand your business and want to be more competitive, look no further than the Jackson County Maritime & Industrial Center:
- West Virginia’s first operating inland district port.
- 1200 acres of rural bottom land in the Ohio River Valley of Western West Virginia.
- Every transportation mode is on-site or within one-half mile.
- Access to all the major markets in the East and Midwest.
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