Liberty Missouri – Ready For Growth

Industrial Spec. buildings, available land, a growing population, low operating costs, access to air, rail and interstate are just a few reasons why Liberty Missouri is a hot spot for industrial development.

Lane 4 is constructing a 710,000 sq. ft. Industrial spec. building with an 80,000 and 130,000 sq. ft. building to follow in Liberty Logistics Park. OPUS is starting construction on a 181,000 sq. ft. industrial spec building in Heartland Meadows Industrial Park. With over 1 million Square feet of Industrial spec buildings under way and over 900 acres of land for industrial development, Liberty is strongly positioned for growth.

The article below by John H. Boyd in CSCMP’s Supply Chain (Quarterly) mentions Liberty Missouri’s low annual cost for distribution and goes over some of the changes in distribution brought on by the Covid Pandemic.

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Shifting Ground “How will the U.S. distribution warehousing sector adapt to changes wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic?” written by John H. Boyd references Liberty in his chart as well as the following excerpt:

…Also shown in Figure 1 are ten top Central U.S. DC sites along with annual operating costs for a 750,000-square-foot national warehouse. Annual costs range from a high of $20.1 million in Humble, Texas, to a low of $18.1 million in Liberty, Missouri. Three of the ten top national DC sites are in Missouri which records the lowest corporate income tax rate in the Central U.S. and the second lowest in the nation at 4.0%…

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Liberty Economic Development Corporation

Ralph Boots, EDFP
Executive Director