Transportation & Logistics Industrial Park
Great Plains Industrial Park, located just outside Parsons, Kansas, is the perfect base to expand and grow your transportation and logistics business.
With over 6,800 acres of contiguous land suitable for redevelopment, you can find the ideal site for storing, managing, distributing, and transporting goods for your transportation and logistics business. You'll find excellent infrastructure, large warehousing capacity, and an onsite water treatment facility.
Conveniently located to U.S. Highway 400 and I-44, and directly connected to the Union Pacific Railroad, the Great Plains Industrial park is the perfect location for growing your transportation & logistics business. You are also located close to Tulsa's Port of Catoosa and the intermodal facility at Kansas City's Logistics Park, enabling you to get your customer's cargo and products moving quickly and efficiently.
With plots of land available for small and large-scale operations, the Great Plains Industrial Park provides the flexibility you need to grow your transportation & logistics business.
Reasons To Choose Great Plains Industrial Park
Great Plains Industrial Park provides many benefits for transportation & logistics businesses looking to grow. We have strategic partnerships with utility companies so you can get competitive rates on your essential business costs enabling you to run cost-effectively throughout the year
Some of the main benefits of choosing Great Plains Industrial Park as the base for your transportation and logistics base include:
- Large tracts of land suitable for redevelopment
- 863,000 square feet of warehouse space
- Direct connection to Union Pacific Railroad, with 30 miles of railroad on site
- Access to high-speed fiber optic broadband
- Competitive rates for energy
- An onsite water treatment facility
Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) are being funded for industry focused investment opportunities centered on utilities, manufacturing, and logistics. KPG is positioned to attract regional and national innovation firms to test and integrate proofofconcept research and development in the park.