Salem's Unique Geographic Location & Infrastructure
Salem lies within a two hour drive of over 60 million potential consumers, right in the middle of the highly populated megalopolis between Washington DC and New York City.
Interstate 95, running from Maine to Florida, is just a dozen miles away. The spur route of I-295 which parallels the Delaware and Pennsylvania-based interstate is less than 10 miles from Salem, as is the southerrn terminous of the New Jersey Turnpike.
Wilmington is just ten miles up the Delaware River, Philadelphia just 35, and Baltimore is easily accessible through the C&D Canal which cuts across the state of Delaware directly west of Salem and opens into the upper Chesapeake Bay near Elkton.

The city of Salem is uniquely located in the densely populated northeast corridor, yet retains an unspoiled, country atmosphere. Near to major interstates and shipping routes, Salem is close to everything. Major trucking, shipping, air freight and rail lines are within an hour's drive.  Salem has a working port, a rail line, and major roadways to make incoming and outgoing shipment easy and convenient.