Henry County Economic Development

Henry County Economic Development


Henry County is home to two prime inndustrial site locations; Campbellsburg, which has 8 development sites plotted and our Shawnee Industrial Park in the City of Eminence; and various other sites available for expansion.  Each location has easy, quick access to Interstate Highways.

We highlight these areas suitable to your industrial and commercial development needs.  For more regarding programs, progress and community dedication, please visit our official Henry County Government site:  http://www.henrycountygov.com

Henry County is also in the Kentucky Conneted Region, learn more at this link:  Kentucky Connected

CAMPBELLSBURG

BESL Transportation
Kentucky State Police Post 5
Arvin Sango, Inc.

We have room for your business!  For more information about availability please contact our Henry County Economic Development Council

The Henry County Campbellsburg Industrial Park is HIGHLY accessible to Interstate Commerce needs via I-71 (Exit 34).  Additional Major Interstate connectors are a brief drive north or south.

The Campbellsburg Commerce Park is located at the junction of Rt. 421, Rt.55, and Rt. 574.

It is just 2/10th mile to Interstate 71 for VERY easy access.

Henry County Economic Development

Hussey Copper, Hussey Marine, Emeco, Eminence Speaker, Steel Technologies
...and DGI TRADING.

SHAWNEE INDUSTRIAL, Eminence

Located on the edge of the City Of Eminence, Shawnee is approximately 11 miles from State Highway 60 with easy connections to Interstate 64; about 15 minutes to I-74 or I-64.

And other Sites potentially suitable to your needs:

Hwy 22:

  • SPACE to LEASE inside the former APOLLO CHOPPERS building (Eminence)

  • Acreage (30+/-) near by former APOLLO CHOPPERS building (Eminence)

 

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