• SubTropolis - The world's largest underground business complex.®
  • SubTropolis - The world's largest underground business complex.®
  • SubTropolis - The world's largest underground business complex.®

ANIMAL HEALTH

GMP and VAWD compliant, energy-efficient space that’s first-stop/last-stop for FedEx and UPS.

ANIMAL HEALTH – SUBTROPOLIS

Climate controlled space for lease is perfect for Animal Health operations.

SUBTROPOLIS ADVANTAGES:
  • Home to VAWD accredited and cGMP compliant animal health operations
  • Climate Controlled Storage Conditions that are within USP defined “Controlled Room Temperature” ranges without the upfront HVAC capital expenditures
  • Low Utility Costs — ENERGY STAR certified warehouse facility
    • Lower Operation Costs – Sustainability without the upfront costs!
    • Low Utility Costs = 50-70% savings in total energy costs
SUBTROPOLIS OFFERS:
  • Safety/Security
    • 24-hour security, with armed officers onsite, monitoring access and providing service to our tenants
    • GSA Level III Secured Facility
    • Rock-solid protection from rain, snow, ice, tornados and storms
  • Convenience
    • Unmatched expansion flexibility – 8,000,000+ SF future industrial space
    • FTZ – Foreign Trade Zone
LOCATION. LOCATION. LOCATION.
  • First-stop/last-stop for FedEx & UPS
  • 2-day shipping to 85% of the U.S.
  • Excellent access to I-435, I-70 and I-35

Get the Animal Health flyer HERE.

Kansas City Animal Health Corridor - SubTropolis

For more information about SubTropolis, please contact Ryan Tompkins at 816‑455‑2500.

“As we add products and expand into new categories, we require scalable space and partners like Hunt Midwest who can grow and evolve with us.”

Craig Wallace
Craig WallaceCEO and North America/Pacific Zone Director - Ceva Animal Health

“By bringing processes and people together at this Kansas City facility, we are boosting collaboration and efficiency within our manufacturing operations. A SubTropolis location will help Virbac better align itself within the animal health corridor.”

Paul R. Hays
Paul R. HaysPresident and CEO - Virbac

“The SubTropolis location presents an exciting opportunity for Virbac Corporation; it will allow us to be more responsive than ever and therefore provide better service to our customers, while also being able to accommodate the expected growth in our product lines.”

Michael Albo
Michael AlboVice President Communications & Customer Service - Virbac Corporation

“The ability to ship to up to 85 percent of the U.S. within two days was of critical importance. Our location in SubTropolis is the perfect complement to our nearby manufacturing facility.”

Curt Thomas
Curt ThomasPresident - IodiTech

“The underground location is a great solution for Ceva’s current and future warehousing needs. As we add products and expand into new categories, we require scalable space and partners like Hunt Midwest who can accommodate our growth and evolve with us.”

Craig Wallace
Craig WallaceCEO and North America/Pacific Zone Director - Ceva Animal Health

“Besides its very interesting subterranean location it offered steady temperatures year-round, lower humidity than anywhere in the area and very attractive rates. Those three factors help our operations by keeping costs lower, but also providing a central and easily accessible location.”

Michael Albo
Michael AlboVice President Communications & Customer Service - Virbac Corporation

“The consistent conditions and ability to easily expand warehouse space as our portfolio expands made SubTropolis a great fit to meet our needs today and in the future.”

Craig Wallace
Craig WallaceCEO and North America/Pacific Zone Director - Ceva Animal Health

“The Show-Me State is home to an abundance of resources, one of which has proven an underrated asset for USDA and its school food distribution costs. Can you guess what it is? The answer lies deep underground in a huge man-made cave complex dubbed SubTropolis.”

Ben Potter
Ben PotterInnovation Editor - Farm Journal
2,000+

EMPLOYEES

55+

COMPANIES

6,100,000+

SQUARE FEET

100

ENERGY STAR

WATCH THE HIDDEN METROPOLIS BENEATH KANSAS CITY – GREAT BIG STORY (CNN)

One-hundred-fifty feet below Kansas City, in a 270-million-year-old limestone deposit, more than 1600 people work in the world’s largest business labyrinth. They basically work in the Batcave, and it’s probably more interesting than your office.