Fulfillment Operations in the Greater Cincinnati, Ohio and Northern Kentucky area

May 15, 2023

Top 5 reasons why the Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky area make sense for Fulfillment Warehouse Operations.

Greater Cincinnati, which includes many suburbs and outlying areas just across the Ohio River in Northern Kentucky, is a hub of commerce and logistics, making it an ideal location for businesses to establish their fulfillment warehouse operations. For more than 50 years, Verst Logistics has called this beautiful and thriving area of our nation home.  

In this blog post, we will discuss the reasons that companies like ours have so many fulfillment center operations here, and how moving your fulfillment warehouse operations to this area can help your business grow.

Reason #1:  Outstanding Highway Access

Greater Cincinnati is strategically located at the intersection of major highways, including I-71, I-74, and I-75, making it an ideal location for businesses that need to move goods over the road quickly and efficiently. Additionally, the area is within a day's drive of more than 60% of the US population, making it an attractive location for e-commerce businesses that need to get their products to customers quickly and cost-effectively.

Reason #2:  Convenient Access to Major Parcel Carriers

All of the country’s major carriers, including UPS, FedEx, and DHL have a strong presence in Greater Cincinnati.  This means that businesses with a fulfillment center in the area have easy access to shipping services. In 2021, Amazon opened their AirHub in Northern Kentucky, making it an even more attractive location for ecommerce order fulfillment for Amazon sellers.

Reason #3:  Low Cost of Living and Doing Business

Greater Cincinnati is an excellent choice for those who seek to minimize their expenses on real estate and labor. This metropolitan region boasts a comparatively low cost of living and doing business, making it a favorable option when compared to other major cities in the United States. As a result, businesses with a fulfillment center in the area can enjoy lower overall costs without sacrificing quality.

Reason #4:  Skilled Workforce

Greater Cincinnati has a highly skilled workforce with significant experience in logistics and fulfillment  – a fact that gives businesses a significant leg up when it comes to finding trained and experienced employees who can help them meet their production and delivery goals.

Reason #5:  Strong Economy

Greater Cincinnati features a diverse range of industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, and technology.  Just as important, it’s experiencing super-healthy growth. In fact over the last few years, the area has seen a significant influx of new manufacturing plants for products such as:

  • High-tech semiconductor chips
  • Batteries for electronic vehicles
  • Bourbon, wine and spirits 
  • Food 
  • Automotive, including parts 

Having a fulfillment center in the region implies that businesses can take advantage of a steady and expanding economy, which can facilitate their growth and success.

In conclusion, if you are considering establishing a fulfillment center, the Greater Cincinnati area is definitely worth exploring. 

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Inquire today!  Visit us online or call to speak to one of our logistics experts at 800-978-9307.  


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