Experience the Nebraska Advantage

September 2008
World Trade;Sep2008, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p18
Trade Publication
The article deals with business logistics features of Nebraska that makes it an ideal business location. The state's central location along key transportation routes provides businesses unmatched speed to all major markets regardless of direction. Goods shipped one day by truck reach 26% of the U.S. population and households. Nearly 18% of all U.S. manufacturers and 20% of the nation's population is located within a 500-mile radius of Omaha making Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) No. 19 in Omaha a strategic strong-hold for the growing clientele it supports.


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