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Louisiana Economic Development

Don Pierson

Secretary of Economic Development

617 North Third Street
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802-5239
Phone : 225-342-3000
Toll-free : 800-450-8115
Fax : 225-342-3000
Email : Don.Pierson@LA.gov
Website : www.OpportunityLouisiana.com

Targeted Industries

•   Aerospace & Defense
•   Automotive
•   Bio & Pharmaceuticals
•   Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution
•   Metals
•   Plastics
•   Technology/R&D

About Louisiana Economic Development

LA: Foster Farms to Invest $30M, Add 92 Direct & Indirect Farmerville Jobs

Development News | August 24, 2017

Investment to extensively modernize, upgrade facility’s poultry cut-up, deboning departs. Co. recognized with a 2009 CiCi Award by TID. more >>


LA: Pin Oak Terminals Completes $600M Petroleum Liquids Storage Terminal

Development News | August 15, 2017

Announced in 9-15, project entails a $600M investment in storage terminals, docks, related infrastructure, 70 jobs, 81 indirect jobs. more >>


LA: Noranda Bauxite & Alumina to Invest $35M to Expand, Create 65 Jobs

Development News | July 14, 2017

Noranda to expand, upgrade its St. James Parish alumina refinery with $35M investment within The Port of South Louisiana district. more >>


LA: Mauser to Invest $10M in Geismar Industrial Packaging Project, Add 75 Jobs

Development News | June 21, 2017

German global industrial packaging co. will operate a 40,000-sq-ft packaging & logistics facility on a 5-acre site in Talon Industrial Park in LA. more >>


LA: Select Comfort to Establish Contact Center in Jefferson Parish, Hire 225

Development News | June 19, 2017

Leader in the mattress industry will establish a technical support contact center in the Elmwood area of Jefferson Parish, LA. more >>


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Louisiana Economic Development

LED FastStart Tops Workforce Training Program Rankings for 8th Year

December 13, 2017

Since launching in 2008, LED FastStart® has raised the bar and elevated expectations for what a best-in-class workforce program should be. more >>


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