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K&H Industries, LLC
1041 Evans Street,
Cincinnati, OH 45204
Phone: +1 513 921 6770
FAX: +1 513 921 6771
E-mail: Use contact form above.

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Directions

K&H Industries, LLC is centrally located in the City of Cincinnati with easy access to, I-75, I-71, I-74 and I-471. This location is one of the keys to our success, having highway access within one mile of the facility. Whether you come the North, South, East, or West, shipping or visiting is convenient. For over 100 years, K&H Industries, LLC has been located in the city of Cincinnati’s manufacturing district.

From the North and West on I-75 and I-74

Follow I-74 East until it merges with I-75 South. Follow I-75 South to Freeman Avenue (exit 1G). At the end of the ramp turn right onto Gest Street. Follow Gest Street for approximately 1 mile to Evans Street and turn right. K&H is at the end of the block.

From the Northeast on I-71

Follow I-71 South and stay in the next to left hand lane to the exit for I-75 North / Hwy 50 West. Take the exit marked Highway 50 West and exit at the first exit marked Gest Street. At the end of the ramp turn right onto Gest Street and follow it for approximately 1.7 miles to Evans Street. Turn right on Evans Street and K&H is at the end of the block.

From the South on I-71 and I-75

Interstate 71 and 75 merge approximately 20 miles south of Cincinnati. As you approach Cincinnati get into the next to left hand lane. Just as you cross the Ohio River you will take the exit marked Highway 50 West/ River Road. As you get onto Highway 50 West you will immediately exit at Gest Street. At the end of the ramp turn right onto Gest Street and follow it for approximately 1.7 miles to Evans Street. Turn right on Evans Street and K&H is at the end of the block.

Featured locations we serve. We ship globally.

Baltimore,MD
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Frankfurt, Germany
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Charlotte, NC
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Delaware – Wilmington, Dover

Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, Allentown

New York – New York, Albany

North Carolina – Charlotte, Winston Salem, Raleigh, Fayetteville

South Carolina – Charleston, Columbia, Greenville

Georgia – Savannah, Atlanta

Florida – Jacksonville, Orlando, Miami, Tampa, Tallahasse

Virginia – Norfolk, Richmond, Alexandria, Arlington

Maryland – Fredrick, Baltimore, Bethesda

New Jersey – Newark, Camden, Atlantic City, Trenton

Connecticut – Bridgeport, Hartford, Waterbury

Massachusetts – Boston, Worchester, Springfield, New Bedford

Rode Island – Providence