Logistics and Distribution

Moving, Shipping and Storing in Edinburg

Edinburg’s growing list of logistics and distribution companies continue to keep our region connected. With easy access to the border and the rest of the Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg is an emerging hub for logistics and distribution in South Texas. It is no secret how valuable access to Mexico is — with more than $1.7 billion in products and services moving from one country to the other across the border each day, businesses seeking international consumers and partnerships depend heavily on border cities to keep products in motion. Doing business in Edinburg gives companies direct access to this flowing pipeline of goods, and our network of logistics companies ensure that products move in and out of Edinburg on time and with care. Our location on Interstate 69 C connects Edinburg to other business hubs in the north, like San Antonio and Corpus Christi, and our local infrastructure allows for easy access to other cities in the Rio Grande Valley. Businesses in Edinburg have access to 12 international bridge crossings, four railroads and one seaport.

Logistics Stats

Value-Added

$135 million

Major Employers

Meet the Employers Powering Edinburg’s Logistics Industry

A growing network of distribution and logistics companies in Edinburg keep goods and services moving throughout South Texas, into Mexico and beyond. Companies like S&J Distributing, Sysco and CTC Distributing operate warehouses, storage facilities and distribution centers, and manage the logistics for picking, packing, and moving orders.

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