Within 75 miles of the Four Star Industrial Park, you’ll find more than half a million workers. To keep that labor force strong and skilled, the business community works closely with K-12 and postsecondary Henderson County education leaders.
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The 4 Star Industrial Park provides an excellent setting for manufacturers for so many reasons, and one of the most important is the large and highly skilled workforce in the Kyndle Region.
Within 75 miles of the Park, you’ll find more than half a million workers. To keep that labor force strong and skilled, the business community works closely with K-12 and postsecondary education leaders, ensuring that students receive the training they need to serve the goals of local employers. Henderson Community College and the Northwest Kentucky Training Consortium offer career-focused programs to train new workers and enhance the skills of those already in the labor force. Both also provide customized training to fit the needs of employers.
The Kyndle Region’s water and electric rates are much more affordable than those in surrounding regions and across the state line, and the Park’s utility infrastructure is already in place. Electric power is abundant and reliable, with two substations to reduce the potential and impact of downtime. The Park has two million-gallon water towers, with a nearly limitless supply of raw water available from the nearby Ohio River. There’s also plenty of natural gas, and every site in the Park has earned the AT&T Fiber Ready designation.
The 4 Star Industrial Park is easily accessible by road, rail, river, and air. By road, we’re just five minutes from Interstate 69, for fast access to Detroit, Indianapolis, Memphis, and the Gulf Coast. River shipping is also readily available, as the Park is located between the Ohio, Green, and Tradewater Rivers, with the Henderson County Riverport (an active Foreign Trade Zone and customs port-of-entry) just 16 miles away. It’s served by a CSX rail spur, providing connections with major seaports, among them. Charleston, Wilmington, Savannah, and Mobile. And if you need air transport, there are plenty of air options for both corporate planes and air cargo, with the UPS Worldport® in Louisville just over two hours away (and the FedEx Superhub in Memphis within a half-day’s drive).