Brunswick and Glynn County, Georgia is a hub for logistics in the Southeastern United States. This business-oriented location is ideal for start-up businesses. With easy access to major transportation hubs and an excellent community full of recreation, culture and education this community is an excellent option for all businesses.
While any business will fit into the community, this area is particularly friendly to aerospace, manufacturing and logistic companies. With nearly 700 acres owned/leased by the automobile industry and 800 acres of space available at the Port of Brunswick, there is plenty of room for growth. With access to Georgia’s Quick Start training program, manufacturing companies can get free training for staff on site or at a local facility. With easy access to a large airport and over 2,000 acres of property surrounding the airport, aerospace companies have room to grow.
Residents new and old love the moderate temperatures, access to the beach and recreational activities. Easy access to shopping, excellent dining options and world-class tours, living and working here can be a dream.
Located an hour from Savannah and an hour from Jacksonville, this business area is easily accessible. With about 84,000 people in the county and a trade area population of 200,000 the area has already seen growth and is prepared for even more. Potential employees and customers abound with fast access to the College of Coastal Georgia, Golden Isles Career Academy, and Coastal Pines Technical College.
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Southeast U.S. Logistics Hub
Brunswick and Glynn Country offer easy access to all major transportation sources including the Port of Brunswick, Brunswick-Golden Isles Airport, I95, and rail road access throughout the county. Flights from the Brunswick Golden Isles Airport are offered by Delta Airlines and will have you to Atlanta in only 37 minutes. The airport 8,000 foot runway is accessible to nearly any type of aircraft. While the Port of Brunswick is mostly well-known for transportation of automobiles, the 1,000-foot wide channel plays hosts to a variety of boats and transporters.