Kingman is home to one of the Largest and diverse Industrial Manufacturing 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.
Over 33 million people live within a 350-mile radius of Kingman. Ground transportation deliveries from Kingman can easily reach Southern Californian cities, Phoenix, Tucson, or Las Vegas in the same day.
The Kingman Industrial Park is also located along the main line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railroad and serviced by a modern, private airport.
Kingman and Mohave Manufacturing Association
As a non-profit employer association, KAMMA is dedicated to servicing business in the manufacturing and manufacturing service industries by providing a forum where problems, ideas, needs and solutions can be explored, shared, and implemented. For more information on the Kingman and Mohave Manufacturing Association.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 included a program structured around the deferral, deduction, and elimination of capital gains taxes. This program was a by-partisan addition to the TCJA in an effort to spur private investments in areas designated by the states as opportunity zones. The Kingman Industrial Park is one of the zones that qualify under the program.