When searching for the perfect location for a data center, your organization must consider and evaluate a multitude of variables. From reliable and abundant power to low business costs, the Entergy Region – consisting of four states: Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas – features an environment conducive to business growth …
In an area of central Mississippi anchored by Nissan-Canton, Madison County Economic Development Authority (MCEDA) has a vision for serving additional automotive suppliers, advanced manufacturers and knowledge-based industries.
The Madison County Mega Site – at more than 1,000 acres – is available for immediate occupation. MCEDA owns 325 acres with the …
From construction-related metal products to automotive- grade rolled steel, this robust industry finds the skilled workers, suitable sites, transportation infrastructure and reliable electricity at competitive rates in the Entergy Mississippi service area. Explore a future for your primary metals business in Mississippi.
Originally posted on Arkansas Inc.
CZ-USA announced plans to locate their North American Headquarters and build a new manufacturing facility on approximately 73 acres at the Port of Little Rock.
Originally posted on Site Selection Magazine
T he Governors of Nebraska and Texas have a few things in common — new terms in office, a commitment to putting veterans to work and another Governor’s Cup to add to their collections.
See why companies from around the world are choosing Arkansas to relocate or expand their existing businesses.
Entergy Mississippi’s service area emerged on the map of automotive manufacturing in 2001 when Nissan selected Jackson, Mississippi MSA >> Canton, Mississippi as the home of their new North American manufacturing plant. Located in Entergy Mississippi, Inc.’s service territory, the original equipment manufacturer was a game-changing project that ushered Mississippi …
As a young congressional aide working on Capitol Hill in 1993, I watched Ross Perot and Vice President Al Gore on Larry King Live debating the risks and merits of a North American Free Trade Agreement. Not long thereafter, NAFTA was approved by Congress and phased in accordingly.
Little did we …