The Indiana Enterprise Center (IEC) is located east of the Town of New Carlisle and west of the City of South Bend in northwestern St. Joseph County. The Core Development Area for the IEC, generally centered between US Highway 20 and State Road 2, is 2,920 acres and already has a variety of tenants like American Electric Power, Air Gas, Carris Reels, Edcoat, Five Star Sheet, Gavilon Grain, Helena Chemical,Cleveland-Cliffs Tek and Kote, Just Packaging, Navistar, R&L Carriers, Red Hen Turf Farm, St. Joseph Energy Center, Smith Ready Mix, and Alkegen. The IEC is served by water (Town of New Carlisle), sewer (City of South Bend), natural gas (NIPSCO), dark fiber (ChoiceLight), and electric (I&M/AEP). There are two class one rail roads (Canadian National and Norfolk Southern) and one short line rail road (Chicago South Shore) that have the ability to service this site. The site is located on or near major transportation corridors (I-80/90, US 31, State Road 2, US 20, I-94) and is on a heavy haul route (State Road 2) that connects to the Port of Indiana at Burns Harbor. The IEC is within 7 miles of South Bend International Airport.