‪‎LHA‬ provides the best competitive advantage in Houston for businesses in freight, shipping, logistics, distribution and warehousing

Local, national and global transportation, logistics, distribution, freight, shipping and warehousing companies understand Lake Houston Area’s unmatched competitive advantage for their business in the Houston area, that’s why so many of them call LHA their home!

LHA continues to be a leader in the Houston area in this industry cluster and everyone from commercial and industrial real estate developers to logistics firms themselves are taking advantage.

Close proximity to George Bush Intercontinental Airport, I-69, Beltway 8/Sam Houston Tollway, I-45 and Grand Parkway make LHA a prime location that brings significant cost savings to many businesses across all sectors.

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In the past several years more than 40 million Bush IAH passengers in addition to the hundreds of thousands driving down I-69, I-45 and Beltway 8/Sam Houston Tollway have seen this evidence with their own eyes of over 1 million combined square feet of new industrial and commercial real estate and business development.

The Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce is one of the top chamber’s in the country in terms of annual volume of Certificates of Origin issued to freight forwarders.

There are 26 headquarters in the Lake Houston Area, and the bulk of those are in the national and global logistics and distribution industry.

Companies like Jetco, FMC Technologies and Stolt Nielsen, M&D Distributors and Costco, DeLorean Motor Company, Dangerous Goods Management, DB Schenker, K2 Logistics, Roadrunner Transportation, Aviation and Marketing International, DHL Worldwide, Aries Freight, Green Tree Transportation, Humble Machine Works, Schuff Steel, Byrne Metals, Lawler Foods, Forged Components, Houston Plating and Coatings and Superior Threaded Products have all expanded operations in LHA in the past several years.

And LHA EDP Partner Adkisson Group is just one of many local developers who have helped meet this demand.

Read the full story from Houston Chronicle.