Wyandot County Ohio is an excellent location ideal for all types of manufacturing, commercial, and distribution operations. Wyandot County is centrally located within 500 miles of nearly 60% of the nation's buying power and 50% of its population.
The county’s extensive transportation infrastructure dates back to 1913 when the Lincoln Highway was built. The Lincoln Highway, U.S. Route 30, was the first road across America, reaching coast-to-coast from Times Square in New York City to Lincoln Park in San Francisco. Today, Wyandot County is at the intersection of U.S. Route 30 and U.S. Route 23, two four-lane, divided freeways built to standards similar to those of interstate highways. In addition, we are home to nine State Routes (53, 67, 199, 37, 231, 568, 103, 182, 294), This combination of state and federal highways facilitates the seamless movement of people and products throughout the region.
Furthermore, Wyandot County offers favorable rail, airport, and water port options. The county is serviced by three different railway companies, CXS Transportation, Wheeling & Lake Railway, and Rail America Lines. In total, there are five airports in the region including Wyandot County’s local airport, Findlay Airport (22 miles), Mansfield-Lahm Airport (40 miles), Toledo Express Airport (60 miles), and Columbus International Airport (70 miles).
Wyandot County is 60 miles from one of the busiest water port transportation centers on the Great Lakes. The Port of Toledo, located at the union of the Maumee River and the western basin of Lake Erie allows business professionals to expand and accelerate their supply chain. Adequate access to the Port of Toledo links Wyandot County to a multitude of domestic and international markets via the marine transportation system.
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