Robust and integrated supply chain is critically important to companies engaged in today’s demanding marketplace. Denton’s optimal logistics location is essential to the competitive strategy of the domestic and international companies that select Denton to locate and expand their operations.
Positioned at the convergence of I-35 East and West, the nation’s primary NAFTA interstate highway, and within minutes of the industrial Fort Worth Alliance Airport and Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Denton’s two universities and workforce training partnerships provide the sustainable, talented workforce companies need to innovate and grow.
- Denton’s incentivized 1,500 acre master-planned business park offers sites ranging from 5 to 300 acres for distribution, manufacturing, R&D, medical and office use and is directly connected to north/south and east/west highways and rail. Construction of more than 300,000 square feet of speculative industrial space is underway for 20,000 to 100,000 sq. ft. requirements.
- Denton Enterprise Airport (DTO) is the state’s 7th busiest airport in terms of operations and provides world-class corporate executive flight support and aircraft base services.
- Denton’s Foreign Trade Zone #168 provides economic benefits to warehouse, manufacturing, and import/export operations.
- Denton’s University of North Texas’ Logistics and Supply Chain Management Program was ranked the world’s 5th best program for supply chain and logistics research productivity by the International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management and 3rd best for supply chain software applications technology by Software Advice.
- DFW International Airport connects Denton to the world. Every major city in the continental United States can be accessed within four hours with non-stop passenger flights serving five continents.
- Alliance Global Logistics Hub located just 17 minutes south of Denton provides rapid access to intermodal air, rail and truck transportation logistics infrastructure support.
Denton’s largest logistics distribution operations:
- WinCo Foods -- 850,000 sq. ft. regional distribution center
- Target Corporation – 440,000 sq. ft. regional distribution center, the company’s first robotics distribution facility and a template for Target’s future regional distribution centers
- Aldi Company – 474,000 sq. ft. regional distribution center
- ANconnect – 400,000 sq. ft. Wal-Mart media materials national distribution center
- Fastenal – 200,000 sq. ft. regional distribution center
- Tetra Pak, USA – Logistics center for Tetra Pak’s North, Central and South American manufacturing facilities’ supply chain and distribution
- Sally Beauty Supply – International headquarters
- Titus Transportation – Peterbilt Motors manufacturing facility truck delivery