Features
2006 Rural American South Edition
 
Introducing BioIndustrySouth
* Surprise! The Life Sciences Exists all over the Southern Map
* Jumping Into BioTech With Both Feet
* Medical Devices Industry
* Ten Reasons Why the South is the Next Great Biotech Region
* 2005-2006 Annual Directory


SB-D.com News Updates

It's Georgia for Kia

Kia is the Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity for Georgia

Mississippi and Lowndes County-Proposed Incentive Package Believed to be the Largest in U.S. Economic Development History

Palm Beach County Votes to Move Scripps to Jupiter

MeadWestvaco Realigns Packaging Businesses and Establishes New Headquarters in Virginia

North Carolina Research Campus Breaks Ground

No Word yet from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on New Orleans Rebuilding

Port of New Orleans Activity Reaches Pre-Katrina Levels

South, Florida Dominate Milken Index

Gulfstream Adding Over 1,000 New Workers at Savannah, Ga. Plant

Another HQ for Nashville

UK Motor Testing Company coming to Louisiana


Southern Auto Corridor Relocations and Expansions
Southbound: From the Editor Top Deals
 
Around the South BioIndustrySouth
 

Southwest Louisiana

A location with maximum market access

The five-parish region of Southwest Louisiana offers a great combination of interstate for trucking, extensive rail, a world-class port facility, a commercial airport offering five daily flights to Houston, TX, and an industrial airport with over 600 acres of available sites.

Road, Rail, Port and Air : I-10 provides easy access to Houston, TX, only two hours to the west, and to New Orleans, about three hours to the east. Seven exits off of I-10 allow for plentiful southwest Louisiana locations with quick access.

Located on the Calcasieu River, the Port of Lake Charles is the 12th largest in the US, and boasts three marine terminals and several inland terminals. It also features an on-site industrial park and six public agency sites with foreign trade zone status. Rail and trucking access are provided. Two shallow-draft ports are also located in Southwest Louisiana, all providing great access to the Gulf of Mexico.

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Preferred Southern Sites

Tampa Bay

Aiken/Edgefield Counties, SC

MidAmerica Industrial Park

Greater Richmond, Virginia

Old Dominion

The Carolinas

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

Mississippi

Georgetown County, South Carolina

Hot Springs, Arkansas

Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas

Guntersville, AL

Santee Cooper

ElectriCities

Arkansas

The Mississippi Coast

Round Rock, TX

Newport News

Southwest Louisiana