Hendricks County, Indiana’s reputation as a major logistics center is evidenced with more than forty million square feet of space under roof. Collectively, more than two million square feet of space suitable for transportation, logistics, and distribution activities is available for immediate occupancy, with individual facilities ranging from 10,000 to 1.2 million square feet and up to 36-foot clear heights. Plenty of ready-to-develop sites are available, with major developers offering build-to-suit options. Many sites are rail-served, giving companies immediate access to CSX Transportation’s network.
National retailers like Pep Boys, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Amazon, Walmart.com, and Kohls.com appreciate Hendricks County’s remarkable connectivity. They know that trucks leaving their loading docks will be at Interstate speeds within minutes -- and that there are more than 103 million consumers within a 500-mile radius of Hendricks County.
But the logistics industry needs more than connectivity -- it needs an abundance of information. Once again, Hendricks County is ready, with plenty of power and an existing fiber network that’s robust enough to meet the needs of any company, and redundant feeds and loops to ensure reliable operations.