With its strategic location in Northeast Texas at the convergence of two major highways, Kilgore provides access to major cities and markets throughout the state of Texas and across the country.
US Hwy 259
US Hwy 259 runs North-South and provides a direct route to Houston and Mexico. It is a spur of US 59 and portions have been designated as the future Interstate 69.
I-20 is a major East-West highway, providing a direct route to the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area. It intersects seven of the ten primary North-South interstates as well as East-West Interstates 10 and 30, providing coast to coast access.
The Port of Caddo-Bossier, 77 Miles
Located on the Red River Waterway south of Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana, The Port of Caddo-Bossier provides a robust distribution network with immediate access to barge, rail, motor freight, and air transport. UPS estimates next-day motor freight service at The Port is capable of reaching almost 30 million people in some of America’s strongest consumer markets.
Port Houston, 205 Miles
Port Houston is a 50-mile-long complex of nearly 200 diversified public and private facilities. It is one of the world’s largest ports and the largest on the gulf coast.
Port of Port Arthur, 207 Miles
The Port of Port Arthur is a world-class port positioned on the Gulf of Mexico that can competitively handle any type of commodity.
Phoenix Logistics is a third-party logistics operations company located 10 minutes from Kilgore that outsources warehousing, distribution, and fulfillment needs with a wide range of benefits.
Motor Freight Carriers
FedEx and UPS offer package shipping services in Kilgore, with a shipping center located eight miles from the city center. Shreveport Regional Airport offers daily service for global overnight cargo and parcel shipments.