Jacksonville is America’s Logistics Center. As the westernmost city on the East Coast, Jacksonville offers companies same-day access to more than 98 million consumers.
47 Foot Harbor Depths
17 Global Shipping Lines
1st LNG-Powered Container Ships
Jacksonville is a global destination for business. Companies including Amazon, Wayfair, BMW North America and TOTE Maritime are choosing our area as a place to grow.
With a transportation and logistics infrastructure that includes rail, air, maritime and highway, products can easily be shipped anywhere in the world from our prime location in Northeast Florida.
The region’s two deep-water ports, three major interstates – I-95, I-10 and I-75, four railroads, including two Class I lines, and an international airport system help Jacksonville rank as one of the best cities for logistics infrastructure according to Global Trade Magazine.
Our region is an international leader in the production and export of liquefied natural gas (LNG). JAXPORT boasts the world’s first LNG-powered container ships and North America’s first LNG bunker barge. Our strong public/private sector partnerships foster a collaborative environment that promotes continued growth and development.
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.
The region is making sizable investments to become the nation’s preeminent smart region, with plans for investment in next generation transportation and communications technologies.