Within a one-day truck drive of 153 million consumers
Clarion County, Pennsylvania’s location puts our communities within a single day’s truck drive of nearly half of the nation’s population. Within the 600 miles that trucks can travel in one workday, companies have access to more than 153 million consumers. Having six interchanges on Interstate 80, which bisects our county, means trucks can leave your facility and in seconds and be traveling at Interstate speeds. If your company is focused on providing services to vehicles, I-80’s traffic counts amount to more than 28,000 vehicles each day.
Whether you’re planning a new distribution center, trucking facility, truck stop, or other service facility, you’ll also appreciate the abundance of affordable utilities, including electricity, natural gas, water, wastewater, and redundant broadband services. In particular, the size and redundancy of our area’s broadband pipeline and predictable weather make Clarion County the ideal site for data centers and similar facilities.
Our area’s residents have been raised in an atmosphere where hard work is both expected and respected, so their work ethic is second to none. Their knowledge is continually being sharpened by a wealth of education and training programs feeding directly into the workforce pipeline, with a focus on advancing skills in customer service, computer technology, electrical, business technology, diesel technology, welding, HVAC-R, computer networking, and other areas of study.