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St. Louis-based Ameren Corporation is a Fortune 500 company dedicated to generating electricity, delivering electricity, and distributing natural gas to 3.2 million customers throughout Illinois, mid-Missouri, and the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. Ameren’s professional development team serves as a complete source for business assistance services. For more information, visit Ameren’s Web site: www.ameren.com.
The Greenville, Illinois-based 439-acre John W. Kelsey Business & Technology Park, which is a CSX Select Site, also features easy interstate access and service from two Class I railroads, as well as daily interchange service from Illinois Western Railroad. Its proximity to St. Louis is an attractive feature allowing for quick access to barge and air cargo services. Located less than one mile from Interstate 70, and less than 30 minutes from Interstate 55 and Interstate 64, the park provides a great site for companies seeking a Midwest logistics hub.
Welcome to the economic development information center for West Memphis, Arkansas. The city’s central location and superior access to highway, rail, river, and air transport have made it a high-performing location for companies that distribute both OEM supplies and consumer products. High-performing West Memphis facilities also owe much of their efficiency to the low cost of doing business in the city.
Eagle Pass, Texas’ mission is to be known as the premier international crossing. That means providing a safe, efficient, and cost-effective toll fare for international travelers and positively impacting trade and tourism locally, regionally, and internationally. Eagle Pass, and its sister city Piedras Negras, Coahila, enjoy the convenience and ease of international travel and commerce provided by three border-crossing points, two of which accommodate vehicular traffic and one that is devoted exclusively to commercial truck traffic. Plus, Eagle Pass has one of the very few international border-crossing points for railroad traffic.
Located at Europe’s center, Germany is the continent’s largest economy and most important logistics hub, offering world-class infrastructure and cutting-edge logistics services. The location provides companies with opportunities for convenient Europe-wide distribution and easy access to the EU’s 500 million consumers. For details, visit the Web site.
Global Warehouse Solutions operates a multi-client warehouse center located strategically in Atlanta, 20 minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The multi-client facility allows customers to flex their space requirements and save operational costs compared to a dedicated warehouse operation. There are no cookie-cutter solutions at Global Warehouse Solutions because every customer has unique requirements. Global Warehouse Solutions has structured its business to handle your needs no matter how diverse, unique, or challenging.
Hoosier Energy is a generation and transmission cooperative providing electric power to 17 member electric distribution cooperatives in central and southern Indiana and one member cooperative in Illinois. Based in Bloomington, Ind., Hoosier Energy operates coal, natural gas, and renewable energy power plants and delivers power through a 1,450-mile transmission network. Hoosier Energy is a Touchstone Energy Cooperative, one member of a nationwide alliance of electric co-ops providing high standards of service according to four core values: integrity, accountability, innovation, and commitment to community.
People and product travel in and out of Isle of Wight with great efficiency, thanks to the County’s strategic Hampton Roads location just minutes from one of the country’s busiest transportation hubs, which includes the Port of Virginia. Coupled with a skilled workforce, stable economy, and quality of life, it’s easy to see why Isle of Wight is home to several Fortune 500 companies, including global ham manufacturer Smithfield Foods.
The Ports-to-Plains Alliance is a planned, multi-modal transportation corridor including a multi-lane divided highway that facilitates the efficient transportation of goods and services from Mexico, through West Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Oklahoma, and ultimately on into Canada and the Pacific Northwest. The Ports-to-Plains Alliance provides a vast number of benefits for communities along the corridor and allows for the development of less-congested ports of entry along the Texas/Mexico border. In addition, it offers alternatives to other congested corridors that run through major metropolitan areas.