Cuyahoga County is the economic center of Northeast Ohio. The County offers robust transportation infrastructure including five highways and three airports. The airports include Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Burke Lakefront Airport and the Cuyahoga County Airport. The Burke Lakefront and Cuyahoga County Airports are considered reliever airports to Cleveland Hopkins and focus primarily on business and corporate travelers. The region also offers a strong network of Class I, II, and III railroads. The Class I railroads each operate mainlines to link Northeast Ohio to key markets in the U.S. and Canada.
Reach American and Canadian markets from a single office
- Centrally located between New York City, Chicago, and Toronto
- Within a day’s drive of 60% of all U.S. Fortune 500 headquarters, as well as many Canadian headquarter locations
Faster, greener, lower-cost all-water route to North America’s production/consumption center
- The Port of Cleveland has the only Maritime service in the Great Lakes region that provides a direct, scheduled shipment of containerized cargo to Europe
- Shipping through the Port of Cleveland is 4 days faster than shipping through water, rail and truck via U.S. East Coast ports
- The Port of Cleveland is considered a Foreign Trade Zone, which results in a lower cost to shippers