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Warehouse & Distribution

With access to 88 million people within a 500-mile radius, Oklahoma is well-suited to deliver and receive goods from around the globe.


At the intersection of I-35, I-40, and I-44, Oklahoma is the crossroads of North America. Paired with Oklahoma’s major inland ports, two international airports, and extensive railways, these assets give transportation and distribution logistics a major advantage when serving U.S and NAFTA markets.


Oklahoma is at the center of it all. With 3 inland ports, 140 public-use airports, 3,850 miles of rail and 12,000 miles of highway, Oklahoma is America’s hub. Oklahoma’s central location makes the state (and your business) an easily accessible profit center with streamlined connections to more than 88 million people within a 500-mile radius. Equidistant between New York, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Canada, Oklahoma is ideally positioned to serve all U.S., NAFTA and world markets.


  • Two international airports, 140 public-use airports in 128 cities and seven airports offering commercial services.
  • The University of Oklahoma’s Marketing & Supply Chain Management Program is ranked in the top 20 nationally.
  • Oklahoma is on the leading edge of transports switching to CNG/LNG.
  • Annually, more than 500 million pounds of all-cargo weight lands at Oklahoma’s international airports.
  • Oklahoma’s waterways can ship to and from 20 states as well as global markets with access to the Gulf of Mexico.
  • The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is one of the largest and most inland ice-free ports in the nation.


  • Melton Trucking Lines
  • FedEx
  • Miller Truck Lines, Inc.
  • YRC Freight Inc.
  • Freymiller
  • Con-Way Freight


The Oklahoma Team will work with you to meet the specific needs of your project. Contact us today to get started. Call the Oklahoma Team at (877) 588-3229.

Download our “Oklahoma Experience” report now to see what working with us looks like.