In Logistics, the Keystone to a Winning Strategy is Location
Keystone Trade Center offers several location advantages that will create a competitive opportunity in your company's supply chain strategy.
Connectivity and Reach
A centralized location to reach consumers of the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic
Keystone Trade Center is located just outside metro Philadelphia and centralized between New York and Washington, D.C. with immediate highway access to U.S. Routes 1 & 13, Interstate 295 and extremely efficient linkage to I-95 and I-276/I-76 (PA Turnpike).
KTC is the ideal location with the ability to accomodate super regional occupiers to service major Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Ontario Province metro areas.
Center City Philadelphia
New York City
1 Hr 41 Min
2 Hr 23 Min
3 Hr 6 Min
4 Hr 45 Min
4 Hr 45 Min
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Over 34 million people live within 3 hours.
31% of the U.S. population and 56% of the Canadian population
can be reached in under one day's truck drive.
Cost effective and plentiful workforce
The Philadelphia region has a dense and cost-effective population of blue collar workers against other major industrial markets nationally.
Amongst surrounding logistics markets, KTC also boasts the highest population and percentage of blue collar workers with the lowest wage rates associated for typical careers like forklift operators, shipping and receiving clerks, and general warehouse laborers.
Superior Port Access
Keystone Trade Center has the port advantage over the region's logistics markets
Amongst the top centers for distribution and fulfillment of the Northeast, Keystone Trade Center offers closer proximity to the port container terminals of New York and New Jersey than Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley logistics market and closer proximity to the port container terminals of Baltimore and Philadelphia than Central New Jersey logistics markets.
The Greater Philadelphia Region
The Philadelphia Metropolitan region is the 8th largest in the United States and centrally located between New York and Washington, DC; the most densely populated superregional east coast market in the I-95 corridor. More than 34 million people live and $490 billion of Gross Metropolitan Product (GMP) is produced by the Philadelphia region and the combined total GMP within a 3-hour drive of Philadelphia is $3.2T.