LOGISTICS AND DISTRIBUTION
Northeastern Wyoming’s centralized location and strategic transit connections expedite shipping, and our industrial and high-tech infrastructure enable collaboration across multiple industries. The region has convenient access to two railroads, two interstates, and air transit with daily flights to Salt Lake City and Denver. Without the major congestion found in large cities, businesses can move goods freely and without costly delays. Wyoming is centrally located, making it easy to reach major cities from coast to coast.
With an increased need for global logistics and distribution services, companies need to locate somewhere that supports their growth. Wyoming supports businesses through a constant investment in infrastructure, technology and workforce development. With low land and energy cost and no corporate taxes, locating a business in Wyoming, can reduce operational costs and increase profits.
NEW Growth Alliance is actively recruiting Logistics and Distribution businesses, working to connect companies with local incentives and financing opportunities, as well as aiding in site selection and workforce recruitment.
Northeast Wyoming Advantages
- Easy access to I-25 (north/south) and I-90 (east/west).
- Robust rail transit infrastructure and connections. Rail transit
- providers include Union Pacific and Burlington Northern.
- Skilled ready labor force with specialized training programs at Northern Wyoming Community College including the Diesel Technology Certification Program.
Help from NEW Growth Alliance
NEW Growth Alliance helps Logistics and Distribution companies find their home in Northeast Wyoming by offering site selection services, access to incentives, capital resources and more.
“Wyoming consistently ranks as a top state in key areas including business friendliness, low taxes and high quality of life.”
– Governor Matt Mead