Since Martin County is the home of NSA Crane, and a partner of the WestGate@Crane Technology Park, you have unprecedented access to your primary customer. As part of WestGate, you will share tenancy with world class defense contractors such as SAIC, AECOM, CACI, Alion, STIMULUS Engineering, Battery Innovation Center (BIC), Artisan Electronics, Navmar, and FLIR just to name a few.
Martin County is part of the growing momentum to capitalize on the strengths of the region. Evidence of the regional economic viability lies within the commitment private industry is making locally and regionally. Located in the heart of one of the world’s most naturally rich areas, your business will generate returns. Indiana’s tax rates are among the lowest in the Midwest and nation. With the construction of the new Interstate 69 extension from Indianapolis to Evansville as well as U.S. Highway 231 and U.S. Highway 50, Martin County can serve as your transportation and delivery hub needs.
Martin County has taken the initiative to provide its residents with educational advancement opportunities through partnerships with major public and private universities. Martin County and the State of Indiana are both ideal locations to start a small business or grow your existing business. With incentives and a pro-business climate, your business will have all the ingredients for success.
Located within 30 minutes of I-64, a major east-west link connecting the region to the East Coast, and the soon to be new I-69 north-south corridor, Martin County is home to one of the state’s largest users of Transportation, Distribution and Logistics (TDL) operations at the multi-billion-dollar NSA Crane installation in northern Martin County.
The new route of I-69 connecting Indianapolis and points south, will come through the county near the WestGate@Crane Technology Park in northwest Martin County. Several state highways also provide easy north/south and east/west connections for major trucking and distribution operations.
The county is served by major railroad operations, including CSX and the Indiana Railroad Company.