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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!"

LA: CB&I to Bring 400 New Jobs to the Baton Rouge Area

Development News | July 9, 2013

Project will retain 180 existing Government Solutions group employees at the CB&I Plaza in Baton Rouge in addition to 400 new direct jobs. more >>


LA: IBM Announces Creation of 800-Job Tech Center In Downtown Baton Rouge

Development News | March 29, 2013

IBM Services Center: Baton Rouge represents Louisiana’s largest software development project to date. more >>


LA: Katoen Natie Building $150M Petrochemical Storage & Processing Facility

Development News | March 7, 2013

Company will develop 2 million-square-foot complex in Baton Rouge area, creating 210 direct, 516 new indirect jobs. more >>


LA: Genesis Energy to Invest $125M in Baton Rouge Area Project

Development News | February 6, 2013

Storage tank, blending and logistics operations to result in 50 new direct jobs and 220 new indirect jobs. more >>


Louisiana: The Emerging Economic Powerhouse of the South

Louisiana: The Emerging Economic Powerhouse of the South

Article | October 31, 2012

After decades of underperformance, how and why Louisiana has rocketed up leading barometers of state business climates. more >>


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Louisiana Economic Development

EdTech Firm Says Goodbye, Silicon Valley... Hello, Silicon Bayou.

January 7, 2021

EdTech company SchoolMint is taking advantage of Lafayette, La.’s business climate, assistance programs, workforce training and higher-ed... more >>


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