Interstate 64 cuts through the northern portion of Perry County. It is an approximately 22-minute drive from Perry County Industrial Park Riverview or less than 15 minutes from Perry County Industrial Park South via State Road 37.
The Hoosier Southern Railroad, owned by the Perry County Port Authority, provides customers with state-of-the-art rail transportation service from sites throughout the region.
Perry County has its own general aviation airport and is ideally situated between two major airports: Louisville International Airport, which is the site of United Parcel Service’s global distribution hub, and Evansville Regional Airport. Evansville Regional Airport is served by six airlines and Louisville International Airport is served by 15 airlines. The two combined provide daily direct and non-stop service to more than 80 cities.
Indiana’s newest port has professional loading and off-loading capabilities from barge, truck or rail as well as warehousing facilities for customers with critical, just-in-time manufacturing needs and an on-site office complex. For heavy industrial goods, agricultural products and commodities, the Tell City River Port offers a centrally located distribution point along the Ohio River.