Location and logistics that deliver the goods.
From auto components like air conditioning and heating systems to poultry products, writing pens and pharmaceutical packaging, manufacturers in Shelbyville-Bedford move goods with ease and cost-effectiveness thanks to a strategic Middle Tennessee location and superior logistics.
Through I-24 and I-65, Shelbyville-Bedford offers fast access to Southern and Midwestern markets, with U.S. Highway 41A extending reach from Miami to Milwaukee and U.S. Highway 231 connecting Panama City, FL to St. John, IN. The area’s highway network also includes 3 state highways.
Bomar Field-Shelbyville Municipal Airport: For convenient and comfortable executive travel, Shelbyville’s publicly owned municipal airport offers general aviation facilities and amenities including a 5,503-foot runway and 24-hour self-service fueling.
Nashville International Airport: Served by 22 carriers and offering nonstop flights to 96 North American and European destinations, Nashville International is a premier passenger travel asset that is also home to the 118th Airlift Wing and headquarters of the National Guard. An ambitious expansion plan will soon add an on-site hotel and a state-of-the-art international arrivals facility.
Port of Nashville: Located on the banks of the Cumberland River, the Port of Nashville provides access to affordable and sustainable barge shipping on three major waterways: The Ohio River, the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway and the Mississippi River via Port of Memphis—a trifecta that assures access to heartland markets and to global port facilities in New Orleans.
CSX Rail: Shortline service by Walking Horse and Eastern Railroad connects Shelbyville to the Class I rail coverage of CSX. Nearly two-thirds of Americans live within CSX territory and its track network of more than 20,000 miles stretching across 23 U.S. states, the District of Columbia and Canada.