LOGISTICS

Fresno County offers unparalleled logistical advantages, conveniently located between two major deep-water ports, with access to two of California’s largest transportation corridors, CA-99 and Interstate 5, which serve as the state’s inland supply chain routes. Employment in the transportation and warehousing industry has increased by 64.2% over the last ten years.

AG-TECH

As one of the nation’s top agriculture-producing counties, with $8.1 billion in agricultural output for 2022 alone, Fresno County’s ag-tech industry has gained traction in recent years, with innovative ag-tech companies moving in seeking to improve efficiency, increase yields, and reduce waste on Central Valley farms.

FOOD PROCESSING

California’s Central Valley produces 25% of the nation’s food, 60% of its fruits, and 30% of its vegetables, making our region a magnet for innovation in food processing and value-added products. In fact, many name-brand food and beverages are processed right here in Fresno County.

MANUFACTURING

Between 2013 and 2023, manufacturing employment in Fresno County has increased by 16.1%, outpacing the statewide average growth rate of 6.7% over the same period. In 2023 alone, Fresno County’s manufacturing sector generated $3.8 billion in gross regional product. Furthermore, EDC administers a number of employer-verified workforce training programs that serve as a pipeline for highly-skilled manufacturing workers.

LOGISTICS

Fresno County offers unparalleled logistical advantages, conveniently located between two major deep-water ports, with access to two of California’s largest transportation corridors, CA-99 and Interstate 5, which serve as the state’s inland supply chain routes. Employment in the transportation and warehousing industry has increased by 64.2% over the last ten years.

AG-TECH

As one of the nation’s top agriculture-producing counties, with $8.1 billion in agricultural output for 2022 alone, Fresno County’s ag-tech industry has gained traction in recent years, with innovative ag-tech companies moving in seeking to improve efficiency, increase yields, and reduce waste on Central Valley farms.

FOOD PROCESSING

California’s Central Valley produces 25% of the nation’s food, 60% of its fruits, and 30% of its vegetables, making our region a magnet for innovation in food processing and value-added products. In fact, many name-brand food and beverages are processed right here in Fresno County.

MANUFACTURING

Between 2013 and 2023, manufacturing employment in Fresno County has increased by 16.1%, outpacing the statewide average growth rate of 6.7% over the same period. In 2023 alone, Fresno County’s manufacturing sector generated $3.8 billion in gross regional product. Furthermore, EDC administers a number of employer-verified workforce training programs that serve as a pipeline for highly-skilled manufacturing workers.

Industry Strategies

Industry Strategies

Frenso-County-Map-5

LET'S COLLABORATE!

Contact Lauren Nikkel, Director of Business Services:
Email: lnikkel@fresnoedc.com
Phone: (559) 721-2241
Visit Our Office: 1060 Fulton St. Fresno, CA 93721

Enter your keyword