Conroe, Texas, is a popular destination for manufacturing and distribution companies due to the community's strategic location and robust infrastructure. These infrastructure advantages extend to the corporate sector as well, given fast broadband speeds and access to a regional airport and the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston.
With an array of state and federal highways serving the area, Conroe offers ease of access to get your products to local and global audiences.
Within about a three-hour drive are the Texas cities of Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio, and Lafayette, Louisiana. Within a one-day drive, you could easily reach: El Paso, Texas; Wichita, Kansas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Fayetteville, Arkansas; New Orleans, Louisiana; Jackson, Mississippi; or Mobile, Alabama.
Conroe is an ideal location for companies in need of both regional air transportation and international air travel. Just a three-minute drive from both business parks, Conroe-North Houston Regional Airport provides immediate access to the world through both private and corporate flights. You can land almost any airplane on the 7,500-foot main runway. It has a U.S. Customs facility that can clear customs from international flights without the long lines and hassles associated with larger commercial airports.
In addition, George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston (IAH) is a short 30-minute drive from the city. With two airports to choose from, corporate air travel is easier than ever!
The Port of Houston, the second largest tonnage port in the United States, is located 45 miles south of Conroe. It is the largest Gulf Coast container port, ranked first in foreign tonnage and third in total foreign cargo value. International trade is brought closer to home through Conroe's proximity to this world-class port.
Rail service is provided by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe for east/west shipping and by the Union Pacific Railway for materials going north or south.