Northern Nevada is the perfect distribution hub for your business
If you’re looking for a new West Coast distribution hub to reach more than 60 million customers with one-day shipping, look no further than Northern Nevada. Like California, Reno is a distribution hub for the Western United States, but it offers more benefits for traditional fulfillment, full omnichannel distribution and ecommerce fulfillment than its neighbor to the West. In fact, Nevada is even ranked the number one metropolitan statistical area (MSA) for job growth!
“You can reach 11 western states within one day with ground transportation,” said Mike Kazmierski, president and CEO of the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada. “This makes us unique and attractive, especially as consumers’ expectations for shorter delivery times continue to accelerate.”
The state of Nevada: business-friendly, tax-friendly and corporate-friendly
Long known for its business-friendly climate, Nevada is home to companies such as Tesla, Panasonic, Apple, Amazon, Walmart, Google, PetSmart, Polaris, Switch, and Blockchains, LLC—who are leading the way in the state’s unprecedented growth.
Companies and West Coast distribution centers located in Nevada enjoy no corporate income tax, no personal income tax and no inventory tax. Nevada is also free of franchise, non-unitary state, inheritance, estate and intangible taxes. Utility costs are also significantly lower than neighboring California and the state offers access to every renewable energy resource including wind, solar and geothermal, making this the perfect place to do business.
Reno, NV distribution centers also reap the benefits of Nevada’s mild and dry climate. Products shipped in and out of the state are generally not subject to severe weather, meaning your products can last longer—both in cartons and on the shelf.
West Coast transit times from Reno/Sparks
One of the reasons Nevada is known as the distribution center “Hub of the West” is because we offer overnight delivery to nearly every major western U.S. city. Reno/Sparks is the center of an extensive transportation network on two major highway corridors: Interstate 80 and U.S. Highway 395, reaching over 53 million people.