LOGISTICS, WAREHOUSING AND DISTRIBUTION

New Mexico provides an ideal location for companies looking to locate their logistics, warehousing or distribution operations. The state has a strong logistics infrastructure providing companies quick access to U.S. and international markets by both rail and road. Warehousing and Distribution operations benefit from the strong talent pool throughout the state and having access to up to 75% of the U.S. population within 2 days by truck.

What's New in New Mexico

Within

50 Days

of 75% of the U.S.

New Mexico is located within two days of 75% of the U.S. population by truck

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International Ports

New Mexico is equidistant to both the ports of LA/Long Beach and Houston.

No Inventory Tax

New Mexico has one of the lowest property tax rates in the U.S. and no inventory tax

Warehousing and Distribution

New Mexico has a growing number of warehousing and distribution facilities located throughout the state. This is because the state provides companies access to key markets, quality labor, and a low-cost business environment free of inventory tax. Warehousing and distribution talent is plentiful throughout the state with over 180,000 workers employed in relevant manufacturing, production, logistics, and construction roles. The state’s location also provides ideal access by truck and rail to the rapidly growing Mountain, Pacific and Central regions. Warehousing and distribution companies can also take advantage of the rail-certified sites, rail-served industrial parks and intermodal capabilities throughout the state, granting easy access to rail distribution networks.

Highway

New Mexico was part of the first highway route in the U.S. and is now crisscrossed by three major interstates, providing strong highway access. I-25 (north to south), I-40 (east to west) and I-10 (east to west) all run through the state. New Mexico also has an extensive network of two-and four-lane highways that help to provide access to key markets.

Rail

New Mexico provides an ideal location for companies looking to locate their logistics, warehousing or distribution operations. The state has a strong logistics infrastructure providing companies quick access to U.S. and international markets by both rail and road. Warehousing and Distribution operations benefit from the strong talent pool throughout the state and having access to up to 75% of the U.S. population within 2 days by truck.

The Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific (UP) railroads provide direct service to the Ports of Long Beach and Houston, as well as ports of entry at the Mexican and Canadian borders..

Airports and Flight Access

There are over 64 public airports located throughout New Mexico. New Mexico provides access to two international airports; the Albuquerque International Sunport and El Paso International.

  • Provides nonstop service to 24 cities
  • Supports nine commercial carriers 
  • Served by FedEx and UPS for cargo carriage

Regional Airports

  • Hobbs, Lea County Regional
  • Roswell Air Center
  • Santa Fe Municipal
  • Double Eagle, Albuquerque
  • Taos Regional Airport
  • Alamogordo, White Sands Regional
  • Offers nonstop service to 13 cities 
  • Provides service to southern New Mexico
  • Supports six carriers conducting 46 departures per day 
  • Served by three cargo carriers: FedEx, UPS and DHL

International Airports

  • Albuquerque International Sunport
  • El Paso International
  • Amarillo 
  • Lubbock

Logistics, Warehousing and Distribution Companies in New Mexico