El Paso is home to dozens of industrial companies from a variety of industries to include: heavy machinery, bulletproof glass, shopping carts, home theater seating, gaskets, sealants, plating, and more.
Ideally located on both IH-10 and US 54, El Paso offers easy access to east and west coast trade, El Paso International Airport, and the 6 ports of entry in the metro. No other region along the US border offers more ports of entry than El Paso.
Ground transportation is a large industry that serves both domestic and international trucking, drayage and maintenance services.
Warehousing is king in El Paso specially with cross border trade. Given the immense space in west Texas, building or finding warehouse space continues to grow at a fast pace.
El Paso is home to some of the largest freight forwarders and lots of small businesses entrepreneurs.
Foreign Trade Zones
El Paso is home to one of the largest and most active FTZs in the nation. See FTZ 68 link. Goods in an FTZ are not subject to duties or taxes unless they enter US Commerce.