Stories and fact sheets about logistics sector in the Indy region.
Companies within the logistics sector in the Indy region are primarily involved in transportation and distribution activities – linking raw material producers, product manufacturers, retailers, and end consumers together. Within the Indianapolis region, logistics activities are concentrated in two historically strong sectors: air transportation and storage and fulfillment services. Major employers include Express Scripts, Amazon, Celadon, and FedEx.
Data is for the Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson MSA unless otherwise noted
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The Indianapolis International Airport (IND) was named the #1 airport in North America by the International Council of Airports, and passengers continue to rank it #1 year after year.
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Across the entire Indianapolis region, from the public sector to the business community to the academic institutions to the philanthropic organizations, you can see that collaboration yields success.