The Northwest Ohio Mega Site is located in Van Wert, a prime spot with access to Midwest infrastructure and easy transportation

The Van Wert mega site is 1,600 acres of shovel ready, flat topography, located in a prime spot for growth and ease of transportation. Immediately accessible to four-lane highway Route 30, there are rail spurs onsite, a regional airport within one mile and an international airport within 35 miles. Additionally, four-lane highways I-75 and I-69 are easily accessible via Route 30, and the site is located adjacent to U.S. Highway 127 and U.S. Highway 224, which allows for easy transportation throughout the state of Ohio, the Midwest and beyond.

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Located in the heart of the North American Free Trade Agreement Corridor, the Northwest Ohio Mega Site is in the perfect spot for development of manufacturing facilities. Two population centers within 35 miles provide an educated and hardworking workforce, with a Community Statistical Area (CSA) of more than 500,000 people. The abundant, skilled labor supply and work ethic will prove to be highly beneficial for manufacturing facilities.

The Van Wert site is a certified Ohio Job Ready site, satisfying stringent industry standards to receive certification, and is prepared to provide optimal industrial capabilities. This means the 1,600-acre site meets site selection standards and includes the necessary attributes demanded by today’s leading corporations.

The site is secured with 10-year option agreements. The site is complete with dependable and quality proven utilities, including electricity, natural gas, water, wastewater and fiber optics, which means the Northwest Ohio Mega Site is ready for a large-scale manufacturing facility.