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Leveraging this Bi-National Logistics Hub

Ever since the Erie Canal opened in 1825, Buffalo Niagara has been home to successful commerce connections throughout the U.S., Canada, and the rest of the world. Today, this access continues to set the Buffalo Niagara region apart. As a fully operational, integrated center for transshipment, storage, collection, and distribution of goods, the Buffalo Niagara region offers existing intermodal infrastructure, direct access to four of the country’s seven major rail lines, seven international ports of entry, and a network of trucking and freight forwarders.

3 certified Foreign Trade Zones, two of the largest in North America
40% of the bi-national population within 500 miles (800 km)
1st major U.S. Port of Call when entering the Great Lakes

Buffalo Niagara Logistics & Distribution Brochure

Well-situated both geographically and economically, Buffalo Niagara benefits from its prime location in the center of an internationally signifcant regional community and marketplace. Our binational gateway for commerce facilitates $82 billion in annual trade between the U.S. and Canada, that is 15% of all trade between the two countries.

Learn more about the regions soft infrastructure assets, and the various multi-modal transportation network.

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“We found that Buffalo Niagara is a growing vibrant and exciting community with many new food establishments popping up. The area needed a new player in the market, which led us to work with Invest Buffalo Niagara and establish a presence here.” - Jim Anastasiadis, President & CEO, Magic White