New Mexico is strategically located in the southwestern region of the U.S. and is supported by three interstate freeways, a vast railway system, and 63 regional and international airports. Companies located in New Mexico are well positioned to serve markets throughout the U.S., and internationally. New Mexico’s mountain time zone also provides companies strong overlap for coverage or collaboration with the three other continental U.S. time zones.
New Mexico is supported by 3 interstate freeways and 2 railway providers; BNSF and Union Pacific.
New Mexico is equidistant to both the ports of LA/Long Beach and Houston.
New Mexico is located within two days of 75% of the U.S. population by truck.
New Mexico’s world-class transportation and logistics infrastructure connects companies located in the state seamlessly to the rest of the world. The state’s central location provides for ideal market access throughout the Mountain region as well as Central and Pacific U.S. In fact, companies located in the state are within 2 days of 75% of the U.S. population by truck. For international access, New Mexico provides connectivity by both rail and road to port complexes in LA/Long Beach and Houston/Galveston as well as having 3 border crossings with Mexico.
New Mexico’s location in the Southwest and moderate climate year round provides companies a low-risk environment ensuring uninterrupted operations. The state has an extremely low risk of catastrophic events like earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, or flooding that can cause sustained business disruption and damage to facilities or equipment. While the year-round moderate climate means that there is also a lack of weather events like snow that could impede operations.