State Announces Second Reverse Trade Mission
Sept. 7-10

"Bringing the World to Nebraska" is the mission of the State’s Second Reverse Trade Mission (RTM), slated for Sept. 7 through Sept. 10 in conjunction with the annual Nebraska Diplomats Passport to Nebraska Weekend.

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Nebraska Ranks #2 in U.S. Long Haul Freight Activity

Companies wanting to locate in high traffic hubs will find the U.S. second highest rate of long haul freight activity in the State of Nebraska.

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ATA Releases Latest Edition of American Trucking Trends

American Trucking Association has released the latest edition of its annual statistical compendium.

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Nebraska Ranks in the Top

Nebraska is the 2nd Healthiest State for Stress, according to the Associated Press' (AP) Economic Stress Index.

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Talent & Innovation Initiative Bills Signed

The Nebraska Legislature passed and Gov. Dave Heineman signed the final measures of a four-part legislative package into law, the Talent and Innovation Initiative, which is aimed at advancing business innovation and strengthening workforce recruitment efforts in Nebraska.

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Looking for a new location for your expanding business or industry?

Need to locate near interstate and rail access?

Look no further - I-80 Nebraska is the perfect location!

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Strategically located in the geographical center of the United States. An I-80 location assures fast and easy access to suppliers, vendors and customers in all directions, offering a two day legal trucking distance to 95% of the country.

Spanning 250 miles from east to west along I-80, the most highly traveled Interstate in the United States, with easy access to transcontinental north/south highways located on both the eastern and western borders, the I-80 Nebraska region offers all businesses many advantages.

The I-80 region has become the focal point of opportunity for both business and industry. Offering 30 primary exits along I-80, access to rail service from both Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe, and three regional airports make the region extremely versatile and attractive to transportation and logistics companies.

The nine county region extends from the Colorado state line to 45 miles west of Lincoln, the state capital, and is located for access to markets, suppliers and vendors. Metro areas within five hours of the region include Kansas City, Denver, Omaha and Sioux Falls.