Southwest Indiana is located at the geographical crossroads of America, connecting you with major cities within a day’s drive, as well as most of the populations of the United States and Canada. Our skilled workforce comes from the tri-state area of Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. Check out these maps to see exactly what Southwest Indiana has to offer.
Southwest Indiana Within the U.S.
Southwest Indiana is located in the Midwest region of the United States. The region is within favorable economic distance to major U.S. markets, including Chicago, Atlanta, St. Louis, New York, and Dallas. There are many compelling reasons to locate your company in Southwest Indiana, including a favorable business climate with low-cost transportation and an educated workforce.
Southwest Indiana, in the lowermost corner of the state, on the Ohio River, offers convenient intermodal transportation–water, rail, air, and land. There are also many other reasons to locate your company in Southwest Indiana.
Gibson County, located in Southwestern Indiana, is home to Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana. The population of Gibson County is 33,612 (as of 2013), and the county seat is Princeton, Indiana. Gibson County welcomes new companies!
Posey County, located in Southwestern Indiana, is home to SABIC Innovative Plastics. The population of Posey County is 25,486 (as of 2013), and the county seat is Mt. Vernon, Indiana. Posey County welcomes new companies!
Vanderburgh County, located in Southwestern Indiana, is home to many major companies, including Mead Johnson Nutrition and Berry Plastics. The population of Vanderburgh County is 181,398 (as of 2013), and the county seat is Evansville, Indiana. Vanderburgh County welcomes new companies!
Warrick County, located in Southwestern Indiana, is home to Alcoa Warrick Operations. The population of Warrick County is 61,069 (as of 2013), and the county seat is Boonville, Indiana. Warrick County welcomes new companies!
Healthcare resources are a strength of the Southwest Indiana region, including four major hospitals: Deaconess Hospital, Deaconess Gateway Hospital, Gibson General Hospital, and St. Mary’s Medical Center.
Colleges and universities serving Southwest Indiana include the University of Southern Indiana, University of Evansville, Ivy Tech Community College, Oakland City University, and ITT Technical Institute. Our well-educated workforce can make a world of difference!
These freight rail companies offer transportation services in Southwest Indiana: CSX Transportation, Norfolk Southern Corporation, Indiana Southern Railroad, and Evansville Western Railway, Inc.(EVWR), a subsidiary of Four Rivers Transportation, Inc.
Three Ports of Indiana sites offer rail-to-water transload facilities, extensive storage areas, and a wide range of services: Port of Indiana – Mount Vernon (access to the Gulf of Mexico); Port of Indiana – Jeffersonville (access to the Gulf of Mexico); and Port of Indiana – Burns Harbor (access to the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico).
The Southwest Indiana region consists of the four counties of Gibson, Posey, Vanderburgh and Warrick, and the City of Evansville, Indiana, the state’s 3rd largest city. We offer tax incentives and other services to save your business time and money.
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