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Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
MORPC is committed to building a better region in Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Knox, Licking Madison, Marion, Morrow, Pickaway, Ross and Union counties.
Planning, programming, and pubic policy in economic development, transportation, and land use.
Phone: (614) 228-2663
Columbus Regional Airport Authority
Port Columbus International Airport
Links to commercial ground transportation rules, permit applications, directory of service providers and loading dock permit application.
Rickenbacker Inland Port
Logistics solutions located in Columbus, Ohio. Links to logistics providers and information about air and rail cargo.
Bolton Field Airport
Phone: (614) 239-4000
Cost of Doing Business
Ohio Manufacturer's Association
Membership-based organization committed to lowering the cost of business in Ohio and providing more manufacturing opportunities .
Phone: (614) 224-5111
Columbus Region Logistics Council
The Columbus Region Logistics Council, an industry-led council focused on business environment, workforce, infrastructure and technology serves as the catalyst for the growth of the Region’s logistics capability and leads the implementation of a strategic roadmap that will continue to grow this tremendous asset.
Phone: (614) 225-6086
Member Testimonial: RMX Freight Systems, Inc.
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Targeted Investment Program
The Ohio Development Services Agency has identified the need for a flexible investment program that can strategically support growth and expansion of targeted small businesses within Ohio's manufacturing, production, and logistics value chains. In response to this need the Ohio Department of Development has created the Targeted Investment Program.
Who can apply? Small businesses in manufacturing, production, and logistics value chains
Criteria: Eligible businesses include those with as few as five and no more than 250 employees, and revenues as low as $1 million and no greater than $10 million.
Ineligible businesses include firms involved in real estate investment, speculative activities, lending or leasing activities, pyramid sales, illegal activities, gambling activities, charitable institutions, religious institutions, consumer and marketing coops, and other nonprofits.
Review and Approval: Companies seeking investment will be required to submit a standardized application in addition to a business plan, financial statements, and due diligence materials.
Contact: Ohio Department of Development at