Transportation + Logistics Quick Facts
Major Assets + Facilities
The 2,000-acre Tulsa Port of Catoosa is one of the largest, most inland ice-free ports in the nation, with 60+ industries. Both the Port of Catoosa and the Port of Muskogee are Foreign Trade Zones. Learn more about Oklahoma’s infrastructure.
Since 2010, Amazon has created more than 4,000 jobs in Oklahoma and invested more than $650 million across the state, including infrastructure and compensation to its employees. In December 2020 Amazon announced plans for a second fulfillment center in Oklahoma City and opened a Tulsa fulfillment center in 2020.
BNSF Logistics Center
Located in Oklahoma City, the BNSF Logistics Center offers opportunities for companies looking to operate close to rail. This 195-acre shovel-ready site offers mainline turnouts, industry common track and inner roads – all full-permitted.
Rose State College recently joined forces with CareerTech institutions, along with Oklahoma colleges such as OU, OSU, Tulsa and others, to produce a path for those pursuing career paths in cybersecurity.
Oklahoma's Central Location
Inland River Port
- Market proximity with 26 major cities within an 800-mile length of haul.
- 25 non-stop flights from Will Rogers World Airport & Tulsa International Airports
- 3 Class I rail lines and 18 Class III lines
Transportation and Distribution Companies
- Melton Trucking Lines
- Miller Truck Lines, Inc.
- Walmart Supply Chain
- YRC Freight Inc.
- Con-Way Freight
Your Site Selection Experts
Contact us today for a confidential, no-cost incentives analysis for your project. Call the Oklahoma Team at 800-588-5959.