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  • Real Opportunities: Missouri’s Business Case
  • Land and Logistics
  • ❚❚69,702 square miles (180,527 sq km) Land and logistics❚❚21 largest of the 50 states st
  • The population center of the U.S. Minneapolis Milwaukee Detroit Omaha Chicago Cleveland Denver Columbus Kansas City Indianapolis Wichita St. Louis Oklahoma City Nashville Charlotte Memphis Atlanta Dallas Austin Houston 1,200 miles 600 miles❚❚Just two days from most major U.S. cities Land and logistics❚❚Within 600 miles of 50% of U.S. households❚❚Within 600 miles of 52% of manufacturing establishments
  • The population center of the U.S. Minneapolis Milwaukee Detroit Omaha Chicago Cleveland Denver Columbus Kansas City Indianapolis Wichita St. Louis Oklahoma City Nashville Charlotte Memphis Atlanta Dallas Austin Houston 1,931 km 966 km❚❚Just two days from most major U.S. cities Land and logistics❚❚Within 966 km of 50% of U.S. households❚❚Within 966 km of 52% of manufacturing establishments
  • Missouri’s many metropolises Maryville Kirksville 20,000 – 50,000 50,000 – 100,000 St. Joseph Hannibal Moberly 100,000 – 200,000 Kansas City Marshall Mexico 200,000 – 2,000,000 Warrensburg Columbia St. Louis 2,000,000+ Sedalia Jefferson City Rolla Lebanon Farmington Fort Leonard Springfield Wood Cape Girardeau Joplin West Plains Sikeston Branson Poplar Bluff Kennett Land and logistics
  • A stable and beautiful environment❚❚No drought- or earthquake-related Presidential Disaster Declarations Land and logistics❚❚Moderate temperatures❚❚Adequate rainfall
  • Missouri’s mean precipitation (1981-2010)5” 4.72 4.28 4.11 3.914” 3.32 3.69 2.99 3.13 3.33 3.413” 2.84 2.40 2.242”1” Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Annual❚❚Source: NOAA Climate Normals, St. Louis, MO, 1981–2010 Land and logistics
  • Missouri’s mean temperature (1981-2010)80°F 75.9 80 78.6 70.4 66.870°F 57.3 58.7 57.1 46.3 46.850°F 31.8 36.3 34.730°F 0°F Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Annual ❚❚Source: NOAA Climate Normals, St. Louis, MO, 1981–2010 Land and logistics
  • 1,000 miles of navigable waterways Public port❚❚The two largest river systems in North America Land and logistics❚❚The northernmost ice-free ports in the U.S.
  • 1,609 km of navigable waterways Public port❚❚The two largest river systems in North America Land and logistics❚❚The northernmost ice-free ports in the U.S.
  • Interstate access to many U.S. markets 159 59 169 69 61 62 412❚❚18 interstates Land and logistics❚❚33,677 miles of uncongested highways
  • Interstate access to many U.S. markets 159 59 169 69 61 62 412❚❚18 interstates Land and logistics❚❚54,198 km of uncongested highways
  • Short drive to an airport anywhere in the state❚❚130 airports Land and logistics❚❚Nine airports with commercial service
  • International flights and foreign trade zones❚❚Two airports with international service Land and logistics❚❚Three foreign trade zones
  • One of the best states for rail in the U.S. CN KCS CSX BNSF NS CP UP CN CN CSX KCS UP KCS BNSF CSX NS BNSF CP❚❚Six Class I carriers NSLand andCP logistics❚❚Home to two of the largest rail terminals in the nation UP❚❚Access to east and west coasts
  • Business Climate
  • Missouri ranks in the top ten of the U.S. for... lowest business energy costs (Small Bus. and Entrepreneurship Council) lowest business costs (CNBC) best transportation system (CNBC) lowest cost of living (CNBC) most pro-business state (Pollina Corporate Real Estate) best corporate tax index (Tax Foundation) best unemployment insurance tax index (Tax Foundation)❚❚Missouri consistently ranks as one of the most business-friendly environments in the U.S. Business Climate across a number of categories
  • Human resources: A trained workforce Iowa Nebraska 1,659,400 999,312 Illinois 6,592,838 Kansas Missouri Kentucky 1,502,614 3,052,630 2,076,521 Tennessee Oklahoma Arkansas 3,099,811 1,754,040 1,354,895❚❚over 4,000 engineering degrees awarded in 2010, almost half of these in mechanical and electrical Business Climate engineering❚❚138 post-secondary degree-granting institutions
  • Largest employment sectors Manufacturing Education services Construction Retail trade Accommodation/Food Public administration Health care Finance/Insurance Professional/Technical All other sectors Transportation Business Climate
  • States with the largest workforces...❚❚Workforce as measured by the Bureau of Labor Statistics Business Climate❚❚Manufacturing accounts for 9.5% of Missouri’s workforce
  • ...AND low business and energy costs❚❚Third lowest business costs (CNBC) Business Climate❚❚Eighth lowest business energy costs (Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council)
  • Industries
  • Missouri’s industries❚❚Advanced manufacturing❚❚Energy solutions❚❚Biosciences❚❚Health care sciences and services❚❚Transportation and logistics Industries❚❚Financial and professional services❚❚Information technology
  • International
  • Top 2011 Exports Transportation Equipment.......................................... $3,345,697,084 Chemicals...................................................................... $2,671,243,078 Machinery, Except Electrical..................................... $1,448,594,287 Food And Kindred Products.........................................$1,398,187,155 Minerals And Ores...........................................................$748,203,709 Computer And Electronic Products............................. $670,058,420 Waste And Scrap............................................................ $580,830,296 Electrical Equipment, Appliances, Component.......... $565,083,989 Fabricated Metal Products, Nesoi............................... $556,644,490 Agricultural Products..................................................... $449,648,674❚❚Total exports reached $14,145,445,175 International❚❚Missouri’s fastest growing export industries in the last five years are food & kindred products, chemicals, minerals/ores, waste/scrap, and machinery
  • 25000 Missouri’s top ten export markets (2007-2011)2000015000 Canada Republic of Korea United Kingdon Mexico10000 Netherlands China Germany Belgium Japan 5000 Brazil 0 ❚❚International companies have more than 1,900 establishments in Missouri International
  • Foreign born population in Missouri Canada and other Northern America Central Europe and South America Asia Africa Oceania❚❚Foreign born population in Missouri: 216,698 International
  • Missouri’s Successes
  • ❚❚10 Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in Missouri Missouri Successes
  • Apex Oil❚❚9 of Forbes’s largest private companies are headquartered in Missouri Missouri Successes
  • Ribbon cuttings for new Missouri businesses❚❚Top row: Nordic WindPower, Alpla, and IBM Missouri Successes❚❚Bottom row: Unisys and Jet Midwest
  • Christopher ChungChief Executive OfficerMissouri Partnership314.725.0949www.missouripartnership.com
  • G. Subash AliasVP Business RecruitmentMissouri Partnership314.725.0949www.missouripartnership.com
  • Dennis PruittVP International Business RecruitmentMissouri Partnership314.725.0949www.missouripartnership.com
  • Clint O’NealVP Business RecruitmentMissouri Partnership314.725.0949www.missouripartnership.com