Hamilton is one of the primary North American gateways for global goods movement, logistics and distribution. Through its strategic partnerships with the Port of Hamilton, the 24-hour John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport, strong links to international trucking and rail lines, access to suppliers and the QEW/400 series highways, Hamilton is considered the backbone of Canada’s advanced manufacturing sector.
Located in the middle of Canada’s most populated province (Ontario) and within a one day’s drive of 170 million people from Canada and the U.S., Hamilton stands alone in southern Ontario as the only city that can offer all four modes of transportation, rail, road, air and port – with lower costs, and efficient and uncongested global connections to serve external markets.
Strategic partnerships with business and strong linkages to education, complemented by investments in technology and infrastructure to move goods and people efficiently, prove that Hamilton is taking a collaborative and intelligent approach to building a sustainable economy.
- Hamilton International Airport
- Hamilton Port Authority
- McMaster Institute for Transportation and Logistics (MITL)
- Transportation Club of Hamilton (HTC)
- Ontario Trucking Association (OTA)
- Highway H2O
- Hamilton Goods Movement Brochure(3.5 Mb)
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