A central Destination

Florida’s most connected city.

There are just a few of the many reasons why 1,540 logistics companies choose to locate their logistics and distribution centers in Orlando, including major industry leaders like Amazon, Publix, Walgreens, CVS and more.

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    175+ Non-Stop Destinations: Orlando to the World

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    3 Major Ports Less Than 2 Hours Away

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    $10B+ Transportation Infrastructure Investments

  • 8.5M+ Population Within 2 Hour Drive

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We’re known by the companies we keep

Featured Logistics & Distribution Companies

80 percent of workers in Orlando are employed outside of the leisure and hospitality industry. We’re a little more corporate than you might think.

Amazon

Amazon.com focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming, and artificial intelligence.

Amazon

Company: Amazon

No. of Employees in the Orlando region: 1000-5000

Description: Amazon.com focuses on e-commerce, cloud computing, digital streaming, and artificial intelligence.

CVS Caremark

CVS caremark is a pharmacy benefits manager owned by CVS Health.

CVS Caremark

Company: CVS Caremark

Industry: Pharmaceuticals

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Description: CVS caremark is a pharmacy benefits manager owned by CVS Health.

Lowe’s

Lowe’s is an American retail company specializing in home improvement.

Lowe’s

Company: Lowe’s

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Description: Lowe’s is an American retail company specializing in home improvement.

McLane Foodservice, Inc.

McLane is an American wholesale supply chain services company which distributes grocery and non-food to convenience stores, discount retailers, wholesale…

McLane Foodservice, Inc.

Company: McLane Foodservice, Inc.

Industry: Professional and Business Services

No. of Employees in the Orlando region: 1000-5000

Description: McLane is an American wholesale supply chain services company which distributes grocery and non-food to convenience stores, discount retailers, wholesale clubs, drug stores, military bases, quick service restaurants and casual dining restaurants throughout the United States.

OfficeMax

OfficeMax is an American office supplies retailer founded in 1988. It is now a subsidiary of Office Depot, Inc., which…

OfficeMax

Company: OfficeMax

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Description: OfficeMax is an American office supplies retailer founded in 1988. It is now a subsidiary of Office Depot, Inc., which is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida.

Publix Super Markets

Publix Super Markets is an employee-owned, American supermarket chain. 

Publix Super Markets

Company: Publix Super Markets

Industry: Professional and Business Services

No. of Employees in the Orlando region: 10000-50000

Description: Publix Super Markets is an employee-owned, American supermarket chain.

Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy

 Walgreens is an American company pharmacy store chain.

Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy

Company: Walgreens Specialty Pharmacy

Industry: Pharmaceuticals

No. of Employees in the Orlando region: 1000-5000

Description: Walgreens is an American company pharmacy store chain.

Winn Dixie

Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., is an American supermarket chain headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida.

Winn Dixie

Company: Winn Dixie

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Description: Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc., is an American supermarket chain headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida.

“We are excited to join the Orlando community, creating more than 1,500 full-time jobs at our new fulfillment center. We very much appreciate the state and local elected leaders who have supported…”

– Akash Chauhan

Vice President of North America operations at Amazon

An Economy That’s much more than Amusing

Comparative Advantages

Toss aside what you think Orlando has to offer and recognize that our region is more than just a great place to vacation. It’s also an amazing place to live and do business. With one of the nation’s fastest growing populations and employment markets, the Orlando region is on the rise—literately and figuratively.

Centralized location

Being centrally located in the third most populous state in the country means that in Orlando you can easily access the labor pool, transportation options, and consumers of the entirety of Central Florida.

Talent & Workforce

Orlando is among the nation’s fastest-growing population and employment markets, ensuring a strong and stable labor pool for well into the future.

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Infrastructure & Transportation

Orlando has been in the business of moving people around for a long time. As the nation’s only quinti-modal hub, the Orlando region accelerates connectivity options via road, sea, air, rail and even space. The region sits at the crossroads of Florida’s highway network, serving as a hub for distribution for residents and visitors.

Business-Friendly Business Climate

When considering payroll, construction and real estate, utilities, state taxes and incentives, Orlando serves up savings like sunshine.

Connect with a Subject Matter Expert

Get with touch with William Parsons, Director, Business Development | Advanced Manufacturing; Aviation, Aerospace & Defense, to learn more about how Orlando can support your talent and workforce needs.

Call him today: 407.902.2413

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