New Bremen is geographically situated to take full advantage of Ohio's transportation advantages. Located 10 miles west of Interstate 75 and 7 miles south US 33,New Bremen is near the crossroads of two major American highways. An estimated 21 million people travel on these roads each year.

Midway between Chicago, Cleveland, and Cincinnati, New Bremen is also positioned less than 45 minutes from I-70 near Dayton, slightly more than 60 minutes to  I-80 near Toledo, and about an hour's drive to US 30 near Findlay.

Just 8 miles north of New Bremen is US 33.  This east-west highway links New Bremen with Columbus and southeastern Ohio/West Virginia. This highway access provides major benefits for your company for commerce with easy travel possible from any market in or outside of Ohio.

New Bremen is within a one day drive of 63% of U.S. manufacturing facilities and 80% of U.S. corporate headquarters. Sixty percent of the U.S. population and 50% of the Canadian population live within 600 miles of New Bremen.  Easy access means opportunities for your business to grow.



Rail access is available in New Bremen. The RJ Corman Railroad has a line that runs through our community.  The line is just east of the Bunker Hill Industrial Park

which makes rail transport of your products feasible.  The RJ Corman line enables you to connect to larger carriers, such as CSX, which serves our region.


Easily accessible to 3 international airports and a 4 mile drive to one of the nation's premier general aviation airports, New Bremen has a location which makes it

easy for you to be connected to domestic and international markets via air travel.  Read on to learn about our air travel assets.

Dayton International Airport
• 60 miles south of New Bremen on Interstate 75
• Air Carriers: AirTran Airways, American/American Eagle, Comair, Continental/Continental Express, Delta, Frontier, Northwest/Northwest Airlink, Midwest Connect, United/United Express, US Airways/US Airways Express
• The Dayton International Airport is within 90 minutes by air to 55% of the U.S. population, making it ideal for cargo distribution.
• Non-Stop Destinations: Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas/Fort Worth, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Tampa, Washington DC

Neil Armstrong General Aviation Airport
• 4 miles west of New Bremen on SR 219
• Auglaize County's Neil Armstrong Airport is one of Ohio's best county general aviation airports. Named for Neil Armstrong, our native son and first person to walk on the moon, the airport handles a high volume of air freight and corporate travelers. 
• It has a 5,000-foot long by 100-foot wide runway with precision instrument landing systems. It is capable of accommodating any size corporate aircraft. A number of our local industrial companies maintain hangers for their corporate jets adjacent to the runway. This provides convenient access for domestic and international flights from the Armstrong Airport. 
• The airport averages 30 flights daily and more than 350 tons of airfreight annually.

Port Columbus International Airport
• 90 miles east of New Bremen via US 33
• Air Carriers: Air Canada Regional, American/American Eagle, Continental/Continental Express, Delta/Delta Connection, JetBlue Airways, Midwest Connect, Northwest/Northwest Airlink, 2525, Southwest, United/United Express, US Airways/US Airways Express, USA 3000
• Non-Stop Destinations: Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Cancun, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Greensboro, Hartford, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York, Oakland, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portsmouth, Raleigh/Durham, Richmond, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Springfield, St. Augustine, St. Louis, St. Petersburg, Toronto, Washington DC

Toledo Express Airport
• 60 miles north of New Bremen on Interstate 75
• Air Carriers: Allegant Air, American Eagle, Continental Connection, Delta Connection, 
• NWA Airlink 
• Toledo Express provides regional business travelers with a variety of flight options and is also one of Ohio's three air cargo hubs.


Ohio's Water Ports
Nine ports on Lake Erie and 16 terminals along the Ohio River rank Ohio the fourth-largest maritime state by tonnage moved. Because Ohio Port Authorities frequently offer both water and air transport, Ohio's maritime system proves a critical advantage in product transport. New Bremen  is located about midway between the Port of Toledo on Lake Erie and numerous terminals on the Ohio River near Cincinnati. Our close proximity to Interstate 75 provides a direct link between both options.

Port of Toledo
The Port of Toledo, located at the confluence of the Maumee River and Lake Erie, links producers and consumer to domestic and international markets. With nearly seven miles of seaway draft waterfront and integrated access to rail, trucking, and air transport, the Port of Toledo is one of the busiest and most diverse transportation centers on the Great Lakes.  The Port of Toledo is located 80 miles north of New Bremen on Interstate 75

The Port of Toledo's Overseas Cargo Center provides 150 acres of ample warehouse and open storage along nearly one mile of straight-line wharf. It is served by gantry cranes along the entire wharf. Ships from throughout the world discharge and load the most diverse cargos of all the Great Lakes ports.