Brockville is conveniently located on Highway 401. This major throughfare provides direct easterly access to Montreal, Quebec City, and Maritime Canada, as well as westerly access to Toronto, Windsor and Detroit. Just west of the city limits, Highway 401 connects with Interstate 81 south (New York State) which travels into the heartland of the United States. The Nation's Capital, Ottawa, is accessed by Highway 416, 27 km (17 miles) east of Brockville off Highway 401. Northern Ontario is linked to Brockville via Highway 29 and Highway 17.
Found in the County of Leeds and situated in the middle of the St. Lawrence/Great Lakes area on the world's largest inland waterway, Brockville offers business and industry accessibility to the major commercial international markets. More than 120 million consumers are within a one-day drive. The city is centrally located 210 km west of Montreal, 110 km southwest of Ottawa, 340 km east of Metro Toronto, and 22 km by highway to northern New York state.
Brockville's prime geographical location has provided the city with excellent access to all services. This accomplishment presents the city as a convenient and economical location for those industries wishing to locate in a small centre, while maintaining an adequate mobility of goods and materials. It is important to note that due to Brockville's close proximity to the United States, the city is an official port of entry. In addition, there is a sufferance warehouse, a bonded broker, and a customs broker (H. M. Wakely Limited) situated in the city
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