Jacksonville is America’s Logistics Center. As the westernmost city on the East Coast, Jacksonville offers companies same-day access to more than 61 million consumers.

61+ Million Consumers

85+ Daily Non-Stop Flights

1st LNG-Powered Ships

With a logistics infrastructure that includes rail, air, maritime and highway, your products can easily be shipped anywhere in the world.

Our region is on the cutting edge of innovation and boasts the first fully fueled Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) container ships in the world. Our strong public/private sector partnerships foster a collaborative environment that promotes continued growth and development. We are a global destination for business, and companies including Amazon, BMW North America, Mercedes-Benz USA and TOTE Maritime are choosing Jacksonville as a place to grow.

The region’s two deep-water ports, three major interstates – I-95, I-10 and I-75, three major railroads and international airport system help Jacksonville rank as one of the best cities for logistics infrastructure according to Global Trade Magazine. The energy sector is also on the rise in our region. From energy storage and solar power to renewable energy, LNG and Compressed Natural Gas, Jacksonville is a leader in the market and focuses on innovation to sustain future growth.

John Freeman

Director, Business Development and Global Cities Initiative



Container Port Complex in Florida

& One of the Top Vehicle Handling Ports in the Nation


named Top U.S. Logistics Hub

by Global Trade Magazine


has more than 512,000 Jobs

in the Transportation, Trade & Logistics Industry

“TOTE Maritime has proudly served Puerto Rico for more than 30 years and continues to raise the industry bar with safety, commitment and integrity. Our LNG-powered containerships not only highlight our commitment to the environment, but also to the people of Puerto Rico and the island.”

Tim Nolan

President - TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico

Recent Success Stories

Amazon, an eCommerce retailer, announced plans for a more than 800,000-square-foot fulfillment center in Jacksonville.


UPS, a global logistics solutions company, is planning to invest in its 500,000 sq. ft. Jacksonville facility. The company will invest $196 million in facility upgrades and land and real estate improvements and create 10 new jobs in Northwest Jacksonville.

Burkhardt Distributing Company

Burkhardt Distributing Company, a beer distribution company, plans to build an $11 million, 113,000-square-foot office/warehouse in St. Johns County to serve as its headquarters and distribution center.