Randolph County is an ideal combination of convenience and economy.
For over a hundred years, Randolph County companies have
competed successfully in the marketing and distribution
of products ranging from small electronics to commercial trucks.
Indiana is a top-ranked state for logistics via trucking, including criteria such as number of pass-through interstates and accessibility to major population centers.
Randolph County provides major benefits in cost of doing business vs. larger metropolitan areas, but is just 23 miles north of Wayne County, part of our five-county regional marketplace. Wayne County is considered a state-leader as a center of commercial transportation. Its county seat, Richmond. is located on I-70, 40 miles west of I-75 and 70 miles east of Indianapolis, hub for I-69, I-75 and I-65.
Population of over 50 million is within one-day by truck. Randolph County is within one day by truck. The country east of the Mississippee River is within two days.
Randolph County is served by an outstanding regional airport located just east of county-center.
The Randolph County Regional Airport I22 is a public airport serving area businesses, tourists and aviation enthusiasts. Elevation: 1123 ft. Magnetic Variation: 05W. Its two runways 08-26 are 4300 x 75 ft, conditioned asphalt. Unicom: 123.0. 100LL and JetA fuel available
2937 E State Road 32, Winchester, IN 47394 / 765-584-3611
The Dayton International Airport is 50 miles east, closer than the distance from Indianapolis north suburbs to Weir Cook International.
The railroad remains a logistics option in Randolph County, for example, moving millions of bushels of corn to the Cardinal Ethanol facility in eastern Randolph County.
The Randolph County United team will aid in exploration of this option.