The quality of the infrastructure and easy access to highways around the site offer great proximity to major markets, distribution units,
manufacturing and to key population centers.
The site is ideally situated near the midway point along Interstate 95 between New York City and Miami. Two major interstates,
I-95 and I-26 (9 miles from the interchange), intersect in the county and can provide quick access to both national and regional markets.
The site benefits from its close proximity with the Port of Charleston. The SPA (State Ports Authority) handled 1.7 million TEUs, or 20-ft
equivalent units. The SPA's Charleston reakbulk cargo totaled 660,096 tons. The port maintains a 47-feet low water entrance channel. This
makes Charleston one of the deepest major container ports on the East Coast and it is recognized as one of the nation's most efficient and
productive ports. Reliable transit time from open sea to dockside, fastest on the East Coast, enables high efficiency operation for companies.
Orangeburg County is one of the few counties in the state and the Southeastern U.S. that has access to rail lines from two different rail
carriers. Both Norfolk-Southern and CSX, the two major rail companies in the Eastern U.S., operate lines through Orangeburg County.
Port of Charleston: 65 miles (1hr)
Port of Savannah: 115 miles (1 hr. 40 min.)
Columbia Airport: 45 miles (40 min.)
Charleston Airport: 55 miles (1 hr.)
Savannah Airport: 110 miles (1 hr. 40 min.)
Charlotte: 156 miles (2 hr. 30 min.)
Jacksonville: 243 miles (3 hr. 41 min.)
Atlanta: 270 miles (4 hr. 40 min.)
Norfolk: 374 miles (6 hr.)