Location & Infrastructure

Discover the state where unparalleled infrastructure meets one of the world’s most affluent, interconnected, and concentrated markets.

Gateway to the World

New Jersey is situated in the heart of the Northeast, providing businesses a unique advantage with close proximity to major markets such as New York City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., a region with a jaw-dropping $5.8 trillion in economic output.

In the world of business, time is money. And in New Jersey, we know how to move people and goods fast. A company located in central New Jersey can serve over 46 million consumers within a four-hour drive.

New Jersey is home to the Port of New York and New Jersey, the busiest seaport and the largest maritime cargo center on the East Coast; Newark Liberty International Airport, part of the busiest airport system in the United States for airport passengers; and the highest railroad density in the United States, making delivery of goods and access to customers easy and efficient.

Why did we choose New Jersey? Where the facility is located was important. It’s a logistics hub, connected to four major highways, close to two major metro areas — and it’s close to all our major suppliers. In addition to the location, we were fortunate enough to have rail access. We are shipping finished goods and receiving raw materials by rail.”

Shami Usmani, AriZona Beverages
Vice President of Engineering & Manufacturing

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Shami Usmani, AriZona Beverages
Vice President of Engineering & Manufacturing

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New Jersey’s Global Flight Network

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) makes it easy to access the world, with an average of 262 nonstop international flights to 76 global destinations daily. Newark and New York City airports make up the #1 busiest airport system in the United States. The nearby Philadelphia International Airport offers even more flights, making travel between countries convenient.

New Jersey’s Global Flight Network

Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) makes it easy to access the world, with an average of 262 nonstop international flights to 76 global destinations daily. Newark and New York City airports make up the #1 busiest airport system in the United States. The nearby Philadelphia International Airport offers even more flights, making travel between countries convenient.

Paving the Way to Success:
Roads, rails, and ships that drive business forward

Think of New Jersey as your express lane to success. Our roads, rails, and ports are the lifeline of commerce. New Jersey’s infrastructure provides the solid foundation your business needs to thrive.

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Let’s Work Together

Our Choose New Jersey team is comprised of industry specialists dedicated to fostering business success across the state, offering personalized support, strategic insight, and New Jersey charm to help your business thrive.

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Andy Kuhn

Director of Business Development

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