Kingman is home to one of the Largest and diverse Industrial Manufacturing & Transportation Parks in Arizona. Manufacturing businesses see a considerable benefit from locating their company in Kingman, AZ. The Kingman Industrial Park is located along Historic Route 66 and Interstate 40; one of the nation’s primary east/west corridors. US Highway 93 is the future Interstate 11, that will connect Mexico, the United States and Canada.
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Kingman’s strategic location, workforce, land options, and a population base of over 33 million people within a 350-mile radius are a few of the major factors to consider when looking at your distribution company’s west coast expansion. Ground transportation deliveries from Kingman can easily reach Southern Californian cities, Phoenix, Tucson, or Las Vegas in the same day.
The Kingman Region has one of the largest and most diverse aviation industries in Arizona. Various aviation businesses at the park provide services such as specialized custom aircraft painting, aircraft repair and maintenance, engine removals and installation, airframe disassembly and dismantling, record audits and interior refurbishment.
Kingman central location makes it a base camp to visit many tourist attractions in and around the area. We are centrally located where the Mohave Desert transitions to the Sonoran Desert to our south. With the magnificent pine covered Hualapai Mountains to our east and multihued stone formations to our west, our stunning vistas change almost hourly with the light.
Kingman’s healthcare services include industries offering health services primarily to the general public through hospitals, medical facilities and offices. Services include mental health, pediatrics, acute care, long-term care, outpatient services, home healthcare, and elderly care. Kingman is poised to add additional healthcare facilities to service our growing population.