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Greenville Advantages

Greenville, Texas, is located less than 45 minutes east of Dallas on IH-30, a NAFTA trade route, making it a convenient gateway to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. At the crossroads of IH-30, U.S Highways 380 and 69, Greenville also sits at the juncture of major rail lines. Every major railroad line can be accessed from Greenville, including BNSF, Kansas City Southern and Union Pacific. Shortline rail provideers DGNO and Blacklands Railroad serve the Greenville Industrial District and can handle virtually any size delivery.

Well Connected . . . 

Highway links to IH-35 & IH-45 are easily accessed via Dallas,and IH-20 via Texas Highway 34 South. These multiple transportation options make Greenville an ideal location for business and industry to manufacture and deliver products to key major markets.

Airport Access . . .

The Greenville Municipal Airport - Majors Field provides a safe and efficient aviation facility for Greenville and the surrounding region. The 8,000 ft. runway, with a total usable distance of 10,000 ft., will accommodate most modern jet aircraft and provides easy access for customers and clients travelling by corporate jet into the area.

Close proximity to Dallas Love Field (61 Miles) and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (71 Miles), provides easy access to domestic and international business travel.

Plentiful Workforce . . .

Greenville’s strategic location enables employers to draw from not only the local workforce, but also from a larger radius that includes all or part of at least 13 counties, including heavily populated counties in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Greenville's abundant workforce encompassed over 899,000 workers within a 40 mile radius. (ESRI 2016)

Abundant Land . . .

Abundant low-cost land is a primary attraction for expanding and relocating business and industry. The Greenville Economic Development Corporation, in partnership with the City of Greenville, continues to develop shovel-ready sites, many of which are owned and controlled by the Greenville EDC. Sites located in Greenville Business & Industry Parks can accommodate manufacturing, light industry, or warehouse and distribution for companies with an eye on penetration into the Dallas-Fort Worth market:

  • Park West - Approximately 350 acres of developed or developable acres
  • Air Park - Approximately 100 acres of developed or developable acres
  • Majors Field - Developable land adjacent to the runway

Thriving Business . . .

Companies already located and thriving in Greenville include L-3 Communications Mission Integration, Solvay Group, CNH Global, Fritz Industries, Masonite, Royal Oak, AB Mauri, West Rock, Innovation First International, International Grain and Cereal,  FSTI, McKesson, Texas Book Company, OmniSYS, and many others.

Tidbits . . .

Greenville is the County Seat and largest city in Hunt County, with an estimated 2010 population of 26,600. It’s a community rich in heritage, yet positioned for growth as new highway systems and connections are being planned for the continuing explosion of growth in the North Texas Region. The citizens of Greenville enjoy a City with a progressive attitude which co-exists with a hometown atmosphere, creating a relaxed, yet upbeat lifestyle. A prime location, along with educational, cultural, medical, and retail opportunities and services, makes Greenville a highly desirable place to live and grow your company.