The Detroit Region is a global logistics leader on the United States’ busiest northern border
The region’s strategic location gives companies unparalleled access to the U.S. and Canadian markets with over 47 million people within just a five-hour drive. The Detroit Region has more than 2,000 miles of interstates and highways, four Class I railroads, seven cargo ports, and 15 local airports. The Detroit Metropolitan Airport alone provides more than 140 non-stop flight destinations to four continents, and in 2019, J.D. Power ranked the airport No. 1 in Passenger Satisfaction in North America.
The Detroit Region also connects businesses with the busiest northern border crossing in the United States, moving about $44 billion in transported goods each year. Recently, Michigan partnered with Canada to construct the new Gordie Howe International Bridge, allowing for even more cross-border trade when it opens in 2024.
With leading transportation infrastructure and a robust logistics ecosystem, the Detroit Region connects you with a world of opportunity.
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The Detroit Region is a North American gateway to global connectivity. Situated right on the Canadian border, the region has a robust logistics network and the transportation infrastructure you need to connect your business with both the United States and the entire world.
2019 Logistics Facts
Largest U.S. Metro for Exports
5-Year Industry Growth
Warehousing Job Growth
People Within 500 Miles
Nearly Half the U.S. Population
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