Logistics

Accessibility - Made In Alabama

Together, we’ll go places.

There’s a lot that goes into being Made In Alabama—and even more that comes out of it. Supplies, materials, personnel, and products make their way to and from Alabama every day by land, sea, and air; connecting our industries seamlessly to the rest of the nation and the globe.

Thousands of miles of roadway, plentiful airports, outstanding inland waterway access, and proximity to the 9th largest seaport in the U.S. are just a few things that make Alabama's transportation and logistics network so easily accessible—and such an easy choice for so many businesses.

Airports

With five major cargo airports and more than 90 public airports, supporting six commercial airlines and seven commuter airlines, Alabama has exactly the aviation infrastructure and support you need to help your business take off.

Airports

Ports

Thanks to our prime position on the Gulf of Mexico and strategic location in the middle of the Gulf Coast, Alabama boasts over 4,000 acres of port—including the Port of Mobile: an intermodal facility which is currently the 9th largest port in the U.S. Following a $300 million expansion, it will become the 6th busiest port in the world.

Waterways
Inland Waterways
Navigable Rivers

Railroads

With over 3,000 miles of rail served by 25 railroad companies, Alabama delivers convenient, consistent transport access to surrounding markets for every company that finds a home here.

Rail System
Rail Delivery Times

Highways

In the Southeastern U.S., all roads lead to Alabama. With more than 74,000 miles of public roadways, including six major interstate highways, our state is ideally located and structured for any company’s logistic needs.

Interstates
Driving Distances – Alabama Cities