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Accesible Market
A easily accessible market for your business and pleasure
Situated in the southeast portion of Greater Phoenix, Chandler is easily accessible by several major freeways including Interstate 10, the southernmost coast-to-coast interstate highway in the United States, as well as the US 60 Superstition Freeway, Loop 202 San Tan Freeway and Loop 101 Price Freeway. A number of major regional markets are located within a day’s drive including Los Angeles, San Diego, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Albuquerque, Denver and El Paso.
Rail service is provided through two single-track freight spur lines. Owned and operated by the Union Pacific Railroad, these lines offer connections to markets throughout North America.

Major Airport
With Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport a short 20-minutes away, no location is truly out of reach. Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is nearby and offers an alternative for cargo shipments and limited passenger service.
One and Two Day Delivery Areas from Greater Phoenix

Interstate-10 is a major trucking route connecting the area directly with Los Angeles to the West, and all the southeastern United States to the East. Interstate-17 runs north and south through Greater Phoenix to Flagstaff where it connects to Interstate-40 and markets in the Midwest. Greater Phoenix had direct interstate access to Mexico via Intersate-19, which connects to I-10.

Source: GPEC


Rail Connections to Greater Phoenix

Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad operate rail terminals in Greater Phoenix. Both Intermodal facilities offer with trailer and container capabilities.

 Source: GPEC

Gateway Airport has direct flights to more than 12 major US cities. Chandler is also serviced by Chandler Municipal Airport for small commuter planes and single engine aircraft.


Market Distances