Despite the remote location of the Gunnison Valley, there are several central modes for import and export. Many of our growing companies developing custom or specialty products report that the available shipping options are not cost-prohibitive and, in fact, sufficient for their businesses.
We are poised for growth in manufacturing, with an available mix of undeveloped land designated for commercial and light industrial uses. There are numerous industrial parks throughout the County. The annexation of a large parcel into the City of Gunnison, known as Gunnison Rising, will support the opportunity for commercial and industrial growth for years to come. Relative to most other mountain ski valleys in the Rocky Mountains, our real estate prices remain relatively low.
Various freight options are available from the following transport agencies:
601 S Boulevard St, Gunnison, CO 81230
- Industrial equipment
- Office equipment
- Palletized items
- Less-than-truck-load (LTL)
- Domestic air cargo
- Less-than-container-load (LCL)
- Expedited freight
- Deferred, economy freight
- Household Goods
FedX Ground Hub
49 Basin Park Dr
UPS Ground Hub
918 W San Juan Ave A
United States Postal Service
200 N Wisconsin St, Gunnison, CO 81230
Regional Terminals are available in Salida and Montrose with service to the Gunnison Valley.
Railroad & Port
Service is available out of Delta, CO. Learn more at Delta County Economic Development Alliance.
Government Assistance & Educational Resources for Manufacturing
Access to the Small Manufacturer’s Association and Manufacturer’s Edge is available through the West Central Small Business Development Center office. Sign up for services at WesternSBDC.org and the team can assist you with direct consulting to solve for manufacturing issues and connection to resources available through the State of Colorado.