A $3.2 Billion/year agribusiness industry forms the foundation of Yuma County. Yuma’s Agribusiness sector is responsible for supplying the United States with 80% of its winter, leafy vegetables while also being the largest producer of crops in Arizona.

Yuma is home to two of the largest military installations in the country. The U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground is the nation’s premier ground and weapons testing facility. Marine Corps Airstation- Yuma is the country’s foremost Marine Air Base.

Home to Fortune 500 companies such as Johnson Controls, Shaw Carpets, Associated Materials, and International Paper, Yuma, Arizona has become a strategic location for prominent manufacturing operations on the west coast.

Located on the border of four states and two countries, Yuma is a natural transportation hub with over 52 million consumers within a one day truck haul east/west via Interstate 8 or north/south via US Highway 95.

The Quality Jobs through Renewable Industries program is designed to stimulate new investments in manufacturing and of renewable energy companies, including solar, wind, biofuel, geothermal and other renewable technologies.

Yuma, Arizona boasts a seamless border region with our partners to the south in San Luis Rio Colorado, Mexico. The communities on both sides of the border share workforce and resources to make for strong industrial and logistics sectors.

Arizona's Best Kept Secret

Yuma County encompasses approximately 5,500 sq. miles in southwest Arizona and is bordered by both California and Mexico. Yuma County has earned a reputation for fair dealing and close partnering with businesses moving into the community.

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All News Happening In Yuma

  • Datepac now world’s largest Medjool date processing company

    By Joyce Lobeck, Yuma Sun staff writer | Posted: Sunday, September 7, 2014 2:00 am Datepac Dean White, vice president of operations for Datepac LLC, examines dates inside the company’s plant at 2575 E. 23rd Lane. A multiyear expansion of … read more

  • Moving on: Transit director Andoh resigns

    By Joyce Lobeck, Yuma Sun staff writer | Posted: Tuesday, September 2, 2014 5:03 pm John Andoh John Andoh, director of transit services in the Yuma area for the last three years, has resigned to accept a position in Hawaii. … read more

  • New director takes charge at San Luis Port of Entry

    From Bajo El Sol | Posted: Monday, September 1, 2014 6:32 pm JOHN A. SCHWAMM JOHN A. SCHWAMM John Schwamm, a veteran law enforcement officer with nearly 30 years service in the Customs service, has taken the helm as director … read more

International Trade in Yuma

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