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Connected by Three international port of entrys Hidalgo Texas is the “front door” to the United States. Surrounded by nine land ports-of-entry, one deep water seaport, four U.S. airports and one Mexican airport, this city of plenty is strategically positioned for business success.

Hidalgo Texas provides a full range of resources and infrastructure for the manufacturing and just-in-time supplier. Emerging global shipping and distribution trends make Hidalgo Texas attractive because of its distance to markets, both domestic and international. As it stands, Asian, European, and South American goods arrive at U.S. ports on the west, east and southeastern coasts respectively, and then the goods must be shipped to multiple distribution centers across the country to be assembled and staged for sale.

Due to its proximity to the coast and the strong presence of other modes of transportation to transfer commodities to and from local, regional, national and global markets Hidalgo Texas is an ideal location for business that requires significant transportation resources.

Distance to Markets (1)
City Distance in Miles Drive Time
Houston, TX 356 5 hrs 28 min
Dallas, TX 514 7 hrs 21 min
New Orleans, LA 702 10 hrs 40 min
Tulsa, OK 771 11 hrs 57 min
Albuquerque, NM 959 14 hrs 23 min
Phoenix, AZ 1,228 17 hrs 38 min
St. Louis, MO 1,144 17 hrs 35 min
Denver, CO 1,180 18hrs 2 min
San Diego, CA 1,524 21 hrs 37 min
Los Angeles, CA 1,600 22 hrs 59 min
Las Vegas, NV 1,525 22 hrs 9 min
Distance to International Markets (2)
City Distance in Miles Drive Time
Reynosa, Tamaulipas 1.1 9 min
Rio Bravo, Tamaulipas 16 35 min
Matamoros, Tamaulipas 56 1 hr 17 min
Valle Hermoso, Tamaulipas 54 1 hr 18 min
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon 138 2 hrs 43 min
Mexico City 660 11 hrs 50 min
Sources: (1) Rand McNally, http://www.randmcnally.com/; (2) www.ask.com; (as of May 2009)