Why the e region
The e Region is home to Indiana’s 3rd largest city (Evansville) and located 60-miles south of the median center of the U.S. population. Our prime location results in lower transportation costs and easy access to almost every U.S. market.
Driving a ball down the fairway requires striking it in the sweet spot. In terms of North American geography, Evansville sits in the “sweet spot” of the map – easily accessible from all directions.
— Kevin Limbach, Vice President of Operations, TaylorMade Golf Co.
Evansville Regional Airport
Evansville Regional Airport offers connectivity to hundreds of domestic and international destinations with frequent daily flights to five top-rated, major hub cities – Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit, Charlotte and Chicago, as well as non-stop, low-cost flights to Orlando and (seasonal) Destin.
- Charlotte-Douglas International Airport (CLT)
- Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW)
- Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)
- Dallas-Fort Worth, TX International Airport (DFW)
- Orlando- Sanford International Airport (SFB)
- Seasonal low cost non-stop flights to Destin/Ft Walton Beach
Highways & Interstates serving the Evansville Region
- Interstate 64 provides East-West access to Louisville, Kentucky, and St. Louis, Missouri. It also provides Interstate connections to points in all directions.
- Interstate 69 connects Interstate 64 and Indiana 57 to U.S. 41 near Evansville, Indiana.
- U.S. 41 provides four-lane access North to Chicago, Illinois, and South to Miami, Florida. It connects to the Kentucky Parkway System. It also connects to Interstate 24, which serves Nashville, Tennessee, and Atlanta, Georgia.
- Indiana 62 provides East-West access across Southern Indiana.
- Indiana 66 provides scenic, East-West access along the Ohio River.
- Indiana 57 provides access to the Northeast, including connections to Indianapolis, Indiana.
Port of Indiana-Mt. Vernon
Port of Indiana – Mount Vernon is one of the largest inland ports in the U.S., and handles more cargo than any other port in the state. Its location, 153 miles from the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, enables Port of Indiana – Mount Vernon to connect the Midwest’s Ohio River Valley Region with both the Gulf of Mexico and the Great Lakes.
- One of the largest inland ports in the United States and major multi-modal hub for the region
- Over 3,600 barges, 200,000 trucks and 40,000 rail-cars moving through the port annually
- Barge fleeting – up to 500 barges – located adjacent to port with onsite rail storage for 200 cars and 8 miles of interior rail track
- 12-month access to the Gulf of Mexico through the Inland Waterways System
Convenient access to I-64 and I-69, this facility is one of the nation’s leading maritime industrial parks.
Port of Evansville
- 30-ton and 10-ton overhead cranes
- 100+ ton Linkbelt and Manitowoc cranes
- Conveyors for barge loading and offloading
- Two covered barge slips
Atlas World Group Expanding Evansville Headquarters
Atlas World Group Inc., which is composed of a portfolio of companies that delivers transportation and related services globally through a network of agents and select service partners, announced plans today to expand its Vanderburgh County headquarters. The company will move its international relocation services to Evansville from Seattle while separately forming a new leasing company, AWG Equipment Leasing Inc. to offer competitive financing to its agents and owner-operators. With this growth, the company plans to add up to 75 new jobs in Indiana by the end of 2023.