Jamie Stitt

Assistant Commissioner, Business and Workforce Development

Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development
312 Rosa L. Parks Ave., Nashville, TN 37243
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Location and Infrastructure

Make it here. Take it anywhere.

Making the best products in the world is only the first step—you also have to get them to your customers. When you bring your business to Tennessee, you’ll have unparalleled access to all markets within the U.S. and across the globe.

We’re not short on ways to get here. Our central location means your business can connect to customers and suppliers faster.

We’re home to the busiest cargo airport in the world, the third largest rail center in the U.S. and the nation’s fifth largest inland port. If you’re up for a day trip, Tennessee is conveniently accessible within a day’s drive to a majority of U.S. markets. In fact, we feel honored to be the center of attention—and the center of world for that matter.

Quick Facts


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Miles of interstate

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Commercial airports

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Miles of navigable waterways

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Miles of main and short line railroads

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In the Southeast for Best Infrastructure – Business Facilities, 2017

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Rail systems, including 6 Class 1 railroads and 21 short-line railroads serving small communities and rural areas

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Port of Memphis

FedEx World Hub

Knoxville Downtown

Port of Memphis

We believe by relocating our headquarters to Nashville, Hankook Tire can benefit from the people, resources and infrastructures of Tennessee.

- Mr. Seung Hwa Suh, Hankook Tire Vice Chairman and CEO
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