Key Industries

Transportation & Logistics

Stay Competitive in a Global Economy

Transportation and logistics companies in Tulsa enjoy easy access to robust and well-connected infrastructure with interstates spanning to markets throughout the Western and South Central U.S. And with rail access through main and short line rail carriers, one-to-two-day deliveries to the rest of the country is a breeze.

Tulsa International Airport also provides easy access to both domestic and international cargo, while the Port of Catoosa and the Port Muskogee offer great options for water-borne transport by barge for commodities and oversized equipment. For businesses looking for talent, powerful incentives for job creation and the ability to move goods quickly and efficiently, Tulsa is a prime destination for businesses.

Fast Facts


Total Population in the Tulsa


Port Businesses Employ ~3,000

As many as 14 industries depend on access to the Port and waterways, which account for capital investments totaling more than $2 billion and 2,500 jobs with a combined annual payroll above $125 million.

Port Muskogee

Acres of Shovel-ready Land at Tulsa International Airport


in Gross Product Contributed to the Tulsa Regional Economy by Every Transportation, Distribution and Logistics Job

Largest Macy’s Fulfilment Center in the Company’s Network