YES – Cumberland County is Strategically Positioned for Business
In the heart of the Northeast corridor, Cumberland County, New Jersey, is located within a day’s drive of nearly 50 million people. Within minutes of Philadelphia and close to New York City, Baltimore and other major metropolitan areas, Cumberland County occupies 500 square miles of land in southern New Jersey where a strong agricultural base exists among targeted industry sectors including Advanced Manufacturing, Food Operations and Logistics.
ROADS: Quick and easy access to the region’s North, South and Westbound interstate highway network.
WATER: Prime deep-water ports including Philadelphia, Camden, Newark, Wilmington, Baltimore and New York, are in close proximity.
RAIL: A robust freight rail system.
AIR: Seven international airports are all located within two hours’ reach plus a regional,
executive airport in the heart of Cumberland County with runways long enough to land the largest business aircraft.
• Within 300 miles of nearly 20% of the U.S. population.
• Favorably priced existing facilities as well as thousands of acres of ready to develop land.
• Rutgers Food Innovation Center, the world’s first Soft Landings Food Incubation Program
— a unique world-class food research development center located in the heart of The Garden State’s premier agricultural county.
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