Prince George is well-positioned to provide supplies and services to major resource projects in northern BC and offers light industrial land ready for development with market connections via air, land, rail and sea. PG is located on the shortest trade route between the Asia-Pacific and US heartland markets and is an ideal location for transportation, logistics, manufacturing, and export operations.
The city is suited for businesses and developments looking to take advantage of international and domestic trade including, but not limited to:
- Transportation depots
- Truck terminals
- Warehousing and storage
- Freight forwarding
- Manufacturing and wholesale activities
- Specific retail and other supply activities
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Global Market Connections
Prince George connects businesses to provincial, national and international markets through a transportation network that seamlessly integrates Prince George into the global economy. Developments like the Prince George International Airport, the Global Logistics Park, and the CN Rail Intermodal Facility, the City's strategic location at the intersections of Provincial Highways 16 and 97, and access to the ports of Prince Rupert and Metro Vancouver bring the world to Prince George's doorsteps and vice versa.
Transportation and Logistics Reports