Manufacturing a quality product is only one step on the road to success. You need a strong, qualified workforce to make the goods and an efficient way to transport them to the people who need them. Warrick County supplies both.
Located at the intersection of Interstates 64 and 69, Warrick County is ideally situated. Trucks leaving the industrial parks can be on an interstate in less than five minutes. Additionally, our businesses have access to rail transport operated by CSX, Norfolk Southern, and Indiana Southern, as well as ports in Mt. Vernon, Jeffersonville, and Burns Harbor. Warrick County Industrial Park even has a rail spur.
Our two industrial parks—with established utility infrastructure including water, sewer, electricity, and fiber—have a variety of pad-ready properties standing ready for immediate construction. Utilities to power your business are abundant and affordable.
The workforce here is dependable and efficient, thanks to Indiana’s status as a right-to-work state. Warrick County is home to successful advanced manufacturing operations, so your future employees are experienced and committed. Local, regional, and state education institutions equip our residents through exceptional vocational, professional, and continuing education programs.