Hancock County: Your Gateway to Business Success and Global Connectivity

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Development along I-70 in Greenfield, Indiana

Located in Central Indiana, about 20 miles east of Indianapolis, Hancock County’s diverse local economy has grown significantly in industries like advanced manufacturing, agri-business, life sciences, logistics and transportation, and technology. Despite a population of over 80,000 residents, large-scale businesses like Walmart and Amazon opened some of their most extensive operations in Hancock County due to a labor shed of 2 million potential workers within one hour’s drive. Additionally, Hancock County has had 25 business announcements regarding new locations or expansions between 2019 and 2023.

Hancock County’s modern and growing community offers access to several interstate highways, four regional rail companies, and an international airport that moves over 2 billion pounds of cargo a year with a regional airport that supports additional air travel. Businesses have come to depend on the well-developed and maintained infrastructure that helps expand their business to reach new customers.

Beyond the transportation infrastructure, Hancock County offers over 9.3 million square feet of developed, available industrial space; and nearly 80% of the U.S. population reachable within 24 hours.