Groveport is within 1,000 miles of 50% of the U.S. population, 78% of the U.S. gross domestic product, more than 80% of Canada's business activity, 62% of all U.S. manufacturing income and nearly 60% of the consumer market in the United States. Businesses in Groveport are closer to up to 30% more of the population than those in other midwestern cities including Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Indianapolis.

On a local scale, Groveport is convenient to everything a business will need: 11 minutes from downtown Columbus, 12 minutes from Port Columbus International Airport and 4 minutes from Rickenbacker International Airport and Industrial Park. 
Groveport Location in the United States

Driving Distances to Selected Cities

City Distance (Miles)
Boston, MA
Washington, D.C.
Pittsburgh, PA
Chicago, IL
St. Louis, MO
Toronto, Canada
New York, NY
Atlanta, GA
Detroit, MI
Indianapolis, IN
Cincinnati, OH
Cleveland, OH

Rickenbacker International Airport

Rickenbacker International Airport is a high-speed international, multi-modal logistics hub and strategically planned cargo complex serving several key business segments, including international airfreight, cargo airlines, freight forwarders, logistics companies, e-tailers, corporate aviation businesses, manufacturers and distributors.

Located just 5 minutes southwest of the City of Groveport, Rickenbacker contains 2 12,000-foot runways capable of handling any aircraft in the world. Rickenbacker gives businesses a key competitive advantage for gaining access to the global marketplace.

Freight Rail & Port Access

The new Heartland Corridor allows double-stacked freight trains to travel directly from the Port of Virginia (Norfolk International Terminals) to a state-of-the-art intermodal facility located at Rickenbacker International Airport.

The National Gateway Corridor provides the Columbus region with additional port connections in Baltimore, Maryland, and Wilmington, North Carolina.
Map of Freight Line from Rickenbacker International Yard to Norfolk, Virginia

Port Columbus International Airport

In the past 5 years, the Columbus regional Airport Authority has invested more than $210 million in capital improvements to Port Columbus. Improvements include the newly reconstructed International Gateway, significantly increasing the efficiency of traffic flow into and out of the airport. Upcoming capital improvements include the replacement of the south runway, a project that recently received $90 million in funding from the Federal Aviation Administration. The replacement of the south runway will enable greater airport capacity by allowing for an increased number of aircraft operations and creating space for a future second terminal.

Foreign Trade Zone #138

FTZ #138 encompasses nearly 5,200 acres with sites in 10 counties in or near the Columbus region. These General Purpose Zone sites are intended for multiple users and are either industrial parks or multi-tenant buildings. Subzones are for a specific company at a specific location.

Source: Columbus Regional Airport Authority