Oswego County is geographically located at the crossroads of the Northeastern United States and Southeastern Canada. A complete transportation network is available including highways, water, rail and air to provide fast and efficient movement of products and raw materials.

The Port of Oswego

Port of Oswego, Oswego, NY
  • 1,900 lineal ft berth with 26'6" draft - East Terminal
  • 1,100 lineal ft berth with 23' draft - West Terminal
  • 1,400 lineal ft berth with 14' draft - West Terminal
  • Entrance depth is 27 feet, width of 750 feet, turning basin of 115 acres
  • Lifting capacity from 25 tons to 600 tons with outside crane contractor
  • 50,000-ton bulk, covered storage facility
  • 100,000-sf warehouse space
  • 400,000 sf of open storage adjacent to dock, additional 15 acres available
  • Total intermodal services - dock-side rail; connection to major highways
  • Eight-time Seaway Pacesetter Award winner

NYS Barge Canal System

  • 525-mile system composed of the Erie Canal, Oswego Canal, Cayuga-Seneca Canal and Champlain Canal
  • Stretches from Buffalo to Albany
  • Connects the Hudson River with the Great Lakes, Finger Lakes and Lake Champlain
  • Great option for the transportation of oversized cargo via barge towing services
Oswego County Airport, Volney, NY

The Oswego County Airport

  • One 5,200 ft. paved runway
  • One 4,000 ft. paved runway
  • Corporate, commercial and general aviation
  • Storage and outside tie-down facilities
  • A&E mechanics available
  • Instrument Landing System

Syracuse's Hancock International Airport

  • 15-45 minute drive from Oswego County
  • 100+ passenger flights depart daily
  • Facilities for air freight services
  • 53,000 sf cargo building

Highway Transportation

  • Nearly 2,000 miles of highways
  • I-81 and I-90 provide north/south and east/west movement
  • 25+ carriers for local and long-distance trucking
  • Connecting lines provide transportation to every major market area in the U.S.
Railyard, Volney, NY

CSX Rail System

  • Daily rail service to Oswego County
  • Dock-side rail at Port of Oswego
  • $2.9 million switching terminal
  • Remodeled yard in nearby Syracuse
  • Prompt movement to and from Oswego County's industries