Located in the heart of the northeast corridor, just 30 miles east of Philadelphia, Vineland offers easy access to the large east coast markets in New York City (2 hrs.), Baltimore (1.5 hrs.), and Washington D.C. (2.5 hrs.). In addition, Atlantic City and Wilmington, Delaware are both just 45 minutes away.
But geographical proximity is only as good as the highways which get you there. Vineland is located along New Jersey Route 55, a four-lane limited access highway providing a quick and direct link to the Atlantic City Expressway, the New Jersey Turnpike, and Interstates 95 and 295. The city is home to a number of trucking firms which transport market-ready products and fresh produce in modern dry and refrigerated trailers to locations throughout the country.
Vineland also offers competitive rail service to destinations across the United States and Canada via the Norfolk Southern and CSX railroads. Short-line railroads, such as the Winchester & Western and the Southern Railroad of New Jersey provide connections to the national freight carriers. International markets are also accessible via large cargo ships which service port facilities in Salem City, Camden, and Philadelphia, all less than a one hour drive.
Air service, both passenger and freight, is easily available at the Philadelphia International Airport or the Atlantic City Airport (both about 40 miles away). Additionally, the Millville Municipal Airport operates a Foreign Trade Zone and features a 6,100-foot runway with the capacity to land a range of business and freight aircraft.