Ideal Access to National Markets from Nitro, WV
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Contact Nitro Associates to learn more about our Kanawha Valley Distribution Center or to schedule an appointment to view our facilities. Office space, storefronts, showrooms, manufacturing and service capacity, in addition to easy distribution accesss, are available at our clean, well cared-for facility. Call (304) 539-6140.
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The Best Location for Your East Coast
Nitro Associates’ Kanawha Valley Distribution Center (KVDC) offers ready access to local, regional, and national markets. KVDC is conveniently located in Nitro, West Virginia (just outside of Charleston) within minutes of access to our nation’s excellent interstate highway transportation system. Whether you are a supplier, wholesaler, or retail distributor, easy access to the northeastern corridor and beyond is at your fingertips when you choose Kanawha Valley Distribution Center as your East Coast base. Our customers have discovered that KVDC is the best location for centralized distribution throughout the eastern third of the United States.
Best Distribution Center Located near I-64
Three interstate highway systems converge in Charleston: I-64, I-77, and I-79. Kanawha Valley Distribution Center is located at 4200 1st Avenue in Nitro, West Virginia (less than 1/4 mile from I-64). Kanawha Valley Distribution Center is highly visible from the East-West highway, I-64, making it one of the best locations for your business needs.
Reliable Distribution Center in Nitro, WV Near I-77
I-77 is just minutes away from Kanawha Valley Distribution Center. I-77 runs from Columbia, South Carolina to Cleveland, OH, along the eastern portion of West Virginia. It is widely known as one of the most reliable north-south travel corridors for year-round reliability and regarded by many as the prime route through the mountainous terrain of mid-Appalachia and the points beyond. It connects with I-26 at Columbia and I-90 at Cleveland.
Optimal Access to I-79 from Kanawha Valley
I-79 originates in Charleston and runs north through the central portion of the state of West Virginia to Erie, Pennsylvania. This central location places Kanawha Valley Distribution Center within just 250 miles of Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Louisville, and Charlotte. All of the major East Coast hubs (including NYC, Chicago, Nashville, Birmingham, Atlanta, Columbia, Richmond, Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia) are located within 500 miles of KVDC, making it an optimal central access location for manufacturing and distributing products destined for the eastern third of the country or nationwide.