West Virginia’s strategic location has attracted many companies that rely on just-in-time delivery to U.S. and Canadian markets, among them, Coldwater Creek, Norm Thompson, The Schwab Co., Orgill Inc. and General Motors.

The state’s extensive waterway, railway and highway systems make cargo delivery easy and affordable.

One of the newest interstate systems in the country links east/west Interstates 70, 68 and 64 with north/south Interstates 77, 79 and 81, creating easy access from, to and throughout West Virginia. Follow the link below for a more detailed look.

Regional highways and overnight markets

West Virginia is well connected with convenient services to major airline hubs. The link below offers more information.

Regional airports

A network of river terminals links West Virginia to ports on the Great Lakes, Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The Port of Huntington/Tri-State is the nation’s largest inland port, handling more than 80 million tons of cargo annually.

Navigable waterways and ports