SOUTHWEST INDIANA MEGASITE 8,000-acres with strategic location for Tier 1, 2, and 3 suppliers, a skilled manufacturing workforce, speed-to-construction support and significant capital for joint venture projects.
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EXCELLENT RESOURCES FOR JAPANESE COMPANIES

  • Location
    Indiana is the “Crossroads of America” with quality logistics and infrastructure.
  • Expertise
    Our experience in the mining industry will provide quality site development.
  • Workforce
    A highly-skilled state workforce of more than 100,000 automotive workers.
  • investment
    Bowman Family Holdings has significant capital for joint venture projects.
  • partnership
    We can sell, lease or invest in the Megasite (we prefer to be your partner).
  • financial
    Indiana is very “pro-business” with excellent corporate incentives.
AUTOMOTIVE
#3 in USA for car and truck production

A Toyota manufacturing plant in Princeton, Indiana, is 30 miles from the Southwest Indiana Megasite.

The plant produces the Toyota Highlander, Toyota Sequoia and Toyota Sienna. Indiana is home to five OEM automotive companies. The state of Indiana is ranked in the top 3 states in America for automotive workforce, automotive GDP, team assembly and total car and truck production.

THE CROSSROADS OF AMERICA

LOCATION
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Pike County, Indiana contains the median point of the US Population. The center of your success.

It is a one-day drive from 80% of the population of the United States and Canada. Our Southwest Indiana Megasite borders I-69, a major American highway. It has a 120-car railroad line connected to Norfolk Southern, and Indiana Southern offers a connection to CSX. The combination provides rail service to anywhere in the U.S. Indiana’s port system boasts a Lake Michigan port for access to the Atlantic Ocean and river ports with access to the Ohio-Mississippi River network quickly providing access to the Gulf of Mexico.

For more information:

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Electricity icon Our Megasite has abundant capacity for water, gas, and electricity. Utilities are on-site or adjacent.