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Port of Greater Baton Rouge

Greg Johnson

Director of Business Development

2425 Ernest Wilson Drive
P.O. Box 380
Port Allen, Louisiana 70767
Phone : 225-342-1660
Toll-free : N/A
Fax : 225-342-1666
Email : johnsong@portgbr.com
Website : www.PortGBR.com

Targeted Industries

•   Food & Agriculture Related
•   Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution

About Port of Greater Baton Rouge

The Port of Greater Baton Rouge is strategically located on the Mississippi River and is an integral part of the national maritime industry and Louisiana economy. Handling a diverse range of cargo and accommodating special requests is a trademark of the Port of Greater Baton Rouge, and we have proof: the Port of Greater Baton Rouge ranks among the U.S. top ports in total tonnage. Present us with a challenge or a unique situation, and we'll always respond with, "We can handle that!"

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