• Cumberland Area Economic Development Corporation
  • Serving Cumberland County
  • Pennsylvania’s destination for business and leisure

Transportation & Warehousing

Strategic Location for Warehousing & TransportationCumberland Valley is within a three-hour drive of Washington DC, Baltimore, New York City, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Our proximity to major east coast markets and regional seaports, and access to multiple air, rail and highway systems accelerates connections between businesses, suppliers and customers. The County is also the fastest growing county in Pennsylvania.

Strategically Located in the Heart of South Central Pennsylvania

  • Access to five major ports (Philadelphia, Newark, Baltimore, New York, Newport)
  • Highway connections via Interstate 81, I-83, I-76 and US 11/15 puts Cumberland Valley within 12 hours of Boston, New York, Washington D.C., Richmond, Baltimore and Columbus
  • Access to air travel and rail systems
  • Harrisburg, the Pennsylvania State Capital, is located directly across the Susquehanna River that runs along the east shore of Cumberland Valley

NOTABLE WAREHOUSES

INFRASTRUCTURE

View a sample of available buildings and sites. Click on each picture to find details. For more opportunities please contact us.

Carlisle, PA

Carlisle, PA – Industrial quality concrete wall panels, excellent access to I-81 at Exit #44 with quick connections, counter clockwise circulation with fully securable 180′ truck court trailer storage

Carlisle, PA

Carlisle, PA – Lot Area: 38.73 Acres, Bldg. Size: 422,400 SF (Div. to 99,200 SF), Dimensions: 1,320’ x 320’, Walls: Load bearing pre-cast concrete panels 5’x5’ clerestory windows

Carlisle PA, - State-of-the-art facility offers 620,000 SF with BTS office; 32' clear height; 50'x52' typical column spacing with 60'x52' in staging bays; ESFR sprinkler system; T-5 lighting; roof fans

Carlisle PA – State-of-the-art facility offers 620,000 SF with BTS office; 32′ clear height; 50’x52′ typical column spacing with 60’x52′ in staging bays; ESFR sprinkler system; T-5 lighting; roof fans and more

QUICK FACTS

  • As the demand for goods continues to grow through the online retail movement, the warehousing industry will continue to expand to meed customer delivery needs.
  • The 2013 average weekly wage was $62 higher in Cumberland County than compared to the state of Pennsylvania.
  • This industry is one of the highest employing industries in Cumberland County accounting for 9% of employment.
  • View the available industrial real estate in the region here.

RESOURCES

Tax-Exempt Financing  – CAEDC can assist with tax-exempt financing through the Cumberland County Industrial Development Authority for land, buildings, machinery and equipment, and refinancing.

Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA) – CAEDC can assist through PIDA with low-interest financing for the development of industrial parks and multi-tenant facilities for land, buildings, machinery and equipment, and working capital.

View all financing options here.

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