CentrePort is about more than a highway
October 7, 2015
But life at CentrePort Canada is about more than a highway.
It's about attracting private investment and, to date, CentrePort has welcomed more than 200 acres of new development by 40 different businesses. These include companies such as SMS Equipment that specifically chose CentrePort to take advantage of its direct highway access. As those in the site-selection business advise: "Five minutes to 55 mph" is a critical advantage in attracting new operations.
And a drive through CentrePort in the Brookside and Inkster areas reveals plenty of bulldozers and backhoes in full swing, constructing long-haul trucking and warehousing operations that will produce even more cargo-carrying traffic when they open in the coming weeks and months.