Strategically Situated. Connected for Speed.

Nestled on the central southern border of Georgia in the heart of the booming Southeastern domestic market, Brooks County offers key proximity to vital consumer densities as well as the nation's leading global ports.

Look to Brooks County to move fast and smart, with logistical options including:

  • Air: General, commercial, international-in Brooks County, a tarmac for any takeoff is always within easy reach.
    • General: Quitman-Brooks County, Georgia (3.6 miles) (5,000-foot runway)
    • Commercial: Valdosta, Georgia (16.5 miles)
    • International: Tallahassee, Florida (68 miles)
    • International: Jacksonville, Florida (115 miles)
  • Class I Rail: Running parallel to U.S. Highway 19, the Georgia and Florida Railway connects CSX and Norfolk Southern railroads, providing Class I coverage and convenience for product transport. CSX and Norfolk Southern operate more than 50,000 route miles, providing comprehensive coverage of the entire eastern United States from Florida to Canada, including delivery at Georgia and Florida deepwater ports. Learn more by visiting the Rail Ready page.
  • Georgia/Florida Ports: It really pays to use the fast-moving, fast-growing Georgia port system. While state-of-the-art facilities ensure global speed and the utmost ease and convenience, the Georgia Port Tax Credit Bonus also adds momentum to your push for profitability.
    • Bainbridge, Georgia (61.7 miles) (Inland Terminal): Port Bainbridge means big convenience for bulk cargo, offering Gulf of Mexico access via the Tri-River Systems (the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint Waterway). Powerful loading capabilities plus ample warehousing makes Port Bainbridge the perfect choice for dry bulk and liquid cargo.
    • Brunswick, Georgia (133 miles): Accelerate your shipping through a global gateway for both ro-ro and bulk cargo at the nation's top-ranked port for new auto imports. Only 135 miles away, Port of Brunswick is easily accessible through Interstate 75, CSX, or Norfolk Southern connections.
    • Jacksonville, Florida (138 miles): This intermodal, international cargo and cruise dynamo sits at the heart of a dense transport network and promises all-purposes service, from auto to bulk to breakbulk to containers and forest products.
    • Columbus, Georgia (167 miles) (Inland Terminal)
    • Savannah, Georgia (204 miles): Already the single largest container port in North America and the fastest-growing port in the U.S., Port of Savannah rolls out an impressive welcome with 10,000 contiguous feet of berth space and the largest fleet of cranes of any U.S. port, including four new Neo-Panamax ship-to-shore cranes at the Garden City terminal.
  • Highway: In a location that puts major Eastern U.S. markets within one day's trucking drive, your operation can utilize pan-directional access through connections that include State Route (SR) 333, U.S. Route U.S. 221, and U.S. Route U.S. 84, with both Interstate-75 and Interstate-10 only minutes away.

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