Business & Industry
Vandalia is home to the Dayton International Airport, which is served by major airlines. This area has the nation’s top 90-minute air market with a radius that reaches 55 percent of the nation’s population and 56 percent of the nation’s income. Some 26 trucking terminals are located near the intersection of I-70 and I-75, only minutes from Dayton International Airport.
Vandalia-Butler’s unique location allows businesses to attract employees from a large, well-educated labor force; with employees commuting in significant numbers from eight different counties – a combined labor force of 630,000! The Vandalia-Butler Township area is located at the intersection of I-70 and I-75. Interstate 75 connects the northern border of the United States to the southernmost tip of Florida, while Interstate 70 connects the east and west coasts. This intersection is the nucleus of a national network of 25 interstate highways and major state routes. The Vandalia-Butler area has access to railway systems, including CSX Transportation.
Vandalia houses the headquarters of many major corporations – including Delphi Interior and Lighting Systems; Delphi Chassis Systems; Evenflo, Inc.; The Iams Company; Lucas-Varity; DSS (Dayton Speedometer Services); Unibilt Homes; Cintas; EFTECH; Lion Apparel; and Projects Unlimited, Inc. Attractive and convenient office/industrial/warehouse space is available in areas such as the Airport Corporate Center, North Dixie Towers, Sand Lake Plaza and the Northwoods Business/Industrial Park.