With an emphasis placed upon attracting new industry and fostering strong relationships between existing commerce and local government, Haralson County is truly where location builds industry. Dynamic industry leaders, such as Honda Precision Parts of Georgia and SynchroNet, currently support significant operations and employment in Haralson County, and, with a better understanding of the county’s prime location in the southeastern United States, it’s easy to see why.
Situated at the base of the Atlanta, Birmingham and Chattanooga (ABC) triangle, Haralson County’s simplified access to an extensive highway network provides local industries with a distinct logistical advantage. Existing sites and industrial parks near Buchanan and Tallapoosa are conveniently located near Interstate 20 and US-27, a four-lane highway that directly links Haralson to Interstate I-75 in northern Georgia. Haralson County is located 45 miles west of Atlanta, 100 miles east of Birmingham, AL, and approximately 110 miles south of Chattanooga, TN.
Haralson also boasts convenient access to major regional rail lines and intermodal yards that provide deep-water ocean container access to the U.S. Customs’ Ports of Entry in Savannah, Charleston and Brunswick. For businesses located in Haralson, global commerce and corporate travel is a seamless process, with Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport located 45-minutes away. Non-stop flights and global air cargo services are available to more than 250 destinations in the United States, as well as service to over 90 destinations in 55 countries on five continents, putting your business in touch with the world.