Transportation + Logistics Quick Facts
Major Assets + Facilities
Located in Northeast Oklahoma, Tulsa Ports is the nation’s furthest inland, all-weather, ice-free port, connecting to the Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico and seaports worldwide. Oklahoma’s ports connect 12-state service areas with 20 states accessible through this waterway. Learn more about Oklahoma’s infrastructure.
Foreign Trade Zones
Oklahoma has 4 Foreign Trade Zones. Two FTZs along the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas Rive Navigation System (MKARNS) near Tulsa; One adjacent to the Will Rogers International Airport in Oklahoma City; One in southeast Oklahoma serving the nearby Dallas-Fort Worth area.
BNSF Logistics Center
BNSF’s 195-acre site Logistics Center in Oklahoma City provides shovel-ready sites for industrial purposes, and fully permitted sites with rail infrastructure. It includes mainline turnouts, industry common track and inner roads.
Intersection of 3 Major Interstate Highways
More than 600 trucks per day travel Oklahoma’s 12,000+ miles of highway, delivering goods to 26 major cities within an 800-mile length of haul.
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
Distribution and Logistics Companies
- Fabricut, Inc.
- Family Dollar
- General Mills
- Hobby Lobby
- Jasco Products
- Malarkey Roofing
- Michelin North America Inc.
- Milo’s Tea
- Pepsi Bottling
- Sysco Food Service
- Terex Cranes
- Umicore Autocat USA
- VF Jeanswear
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.