The Toledo Seaport is located at a national crossroads of four railroads (NS, CSX, CN, Wheeling & Lake Erie) and two transcontinental highways (I-75 and the Ohio Turnpike I-80/90). Forty-three percent of the U.S. industrial market and forty-seven percent of the Canadian market are located within a one day drive (500 mile radius) of Toledo.
The greater Toledo area has a population of over half a million people, many of whom are employed in the glass, automotive, transportation & logistics, metal, and machine industries. The city is undergoing major revitalization including projects to improve the downtown and waterfront areas. Toledo is home to the award winning Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo Zoo, and Toledo Symphony as well as the 2005 Governor's Cup Baseball Champions, The Toledo Mudhens.
Directory of Links
Grain and Aggregates:Online resource for Toledo's Grain and Aggregates Complex, encompassing ADM Grain Company, The Andersons, Cargill, and Kuhlman Corporation.
Coal and Iron Ore: Online resource for Toledo's Coal and Iron Ore (Taconite) intermodal facilities operated by CSX railroad.
Dredging: Online resource for dredging operations in the Toledo Harbor.
Overseas Cargo: Online resource for The Port of Toledo international sea shipping capabilities including ocean going vessels or "salties" that can pass through the locks of the Saint Lawrence Seaway System.
Available Land Sites: Online resource for the Port of Toledo’s “Transportation Opportunity Districts”. These designated areas represent land that has access to cargo docks and intermodal transportation within the Port of Toledo where businesses can take advantage of the Toledo Seaport’s freight services and Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority’s incentives and financing.