Infrastructure


Whatever your business, the Hendersonville area has the reliable enhanced infrastructure you need with an excellent transportation network, a state-of-the-art high bandwidth telecommunications network and highly reliable and competitive utilities anchored by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).

Hendersonville’s strategic central North American location, within 650 miles of half the U.S. population and 75% of its major markets, has made it a transportation hub with a wide range of resources essential to moving products and people.

Highlighting these resources is the 4,417-acre Nashville International Airport, served by 17 scheduled air carriers and the Nashville Air Cargo Link all-cargo complex. The scheduled passenger carriers currently operate 392 average daily operations, providing direct service to 81 markets, with limitless global connections. Freight facilities are located adjacent to the airport’s passenger terminal and air cargo integrators, charter cargo airlines and air express companies operate daily from the Nashville Air Cargo Link all-cargo complex.

Middle Tennessee’s river, road and rail resources complement its excellent airport infrastructure, providing an outstanding shipping and distribution network. Three major U. S. interstate highways intersect near Hendersonville (I-40,I-65 & I-24), which is served by 140 freight carriers and more than 150 truck terminals. The Port of Nashville provides full river barge access to the Gulf of Mexico. CSX Transportation serves Middle Tennessee with a major intermodal rail yard for the Southeast.