Bunker Hill Industrial Park and Your Business
Bunker Hill Industrial Park in New Bremen is ready to meet the needs of your business growth plan. If you make the move, you’ll find a community that is committed and ready for your company.
Bunker Hill Industrial Park Sites
Bunker Hill Industrial Park is zoned for light industrial operations, offering shovel-ready sites, access to U.S. and Canadian markets, tax advantages and local incentives that will add to your bottom line.
New Bremen’s Bunker Hill Industrial Park is located on state route 274, just 12 miles west of I-75 and 10 miles south of U.S. 33. The park is shovel-ready, with fully developed sites that range from 2-34 acres and are all set to go for your project.
Interested in learning more about available sites? Contact us at 419-629-2447.
Get the Best Utilities for Your Business
You can’t run your business without reliable utilities and resources. In New Bremen, you’ll have access to quality service providers you can count on, such as:
- Electric: Village of New Bremen Municipal Electric
- Natural Gas: Vectren
- Water: Village of New Bremen (12-inch line)
- Sewer: Village of New Bremen (12-inch line)
- Telephone: Frontier or NKTelco
State of the Art Telecommunications
When doing business in New Bremen, you’ll have a choice of both “traditional” telephone carriers and internet service providers. Residential and commercial IP telephone service is also available. New Bremen is served by three cable television providers (Frontier, NKTelco and Spectrum).
The Advantages of Doing Business in New Bremen
We’re a small town, true, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have all the assets your business is seeking. Our region offers a workforce full of trained and dependable workers, a solid base of existing manufacturing, commercial and service businesses, and a quality of life that just can’t be beat.
Our village and the state of Ohio also offer tax benefits that businesses find hard to pass up. Ohio’s business-friendly tax climate stimulates company growth, job creation and profitability. Because of this, Ohio ranks as the 7th largest economy in the U.S.