Tampa Bay's I-4 Connector...Load and Go!
If you move your merchandise via truck, the highway system in the Tampa Bay/I-4 Corridor region connects you to all the major markets throughout Florida and the Southeastern U.S. The two main interstate highways located in the Tampa Bay/I-4 Corridor region that provide access to the entire U.S. Interstate Highway System are Interstate 4 (I-4) and Interstate 75 (I-75).
I-4, also known as the I-4 Corridor, is a 132 mile east-west highway that crosses the entire state of Florida, which connects to Interstate 95 (I-95) on Florida's west coast, and serves as a vital artery between the Tampa Bay and the Orlando markets. In addition, Port Tampa Bay's new I-4 Connector provides unimpeded highway access to Port Tampa Bay.
I-75 is the major north-south highway that extends from Tampa as far north as the Michigan, U.S.-Ontario, Canada border, and as far south as Miami, Florida, U.S. North of Tampa Bay, I-75 provides access points to I-10 (an east-west highway through the southern U.S.), I-95 (north-south along eastern seaboard), and other major highways that reach all of the major markets in the southeastern U.S., which include: Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia; Charleston, South Carolina; Montgomery, Alabama; and New Orleans, Louisiana. South of Tampa Bay, I-75 provides access to the Florida markets of Sarasota, Naples, and Miami.
Establishing a presence in Tampa Bay as a FTZ No. 79 Zone Participant and utilizing the local highway infrastructure will grant you a strategic logistical benefit while minimizing your operational costs.
Contact us for more information on our FTZ road transport access.