We have a few ports that make commerce possible and easy.
Port of Memphis
The International Port of Memphis is the second largest inland port on the shallow draft portion of the Mississippi River, and the 4th largest inland Port in the United States. The International Port of Memphis covers the Tennessee and Arkansas sides of the Mississippi River from river Mile 725 to mile 740. Within this 15 mile reach, there are 68 water fronted facilities, 37 of which are terminal facilities moving products such as: petroleum, tar, asphalt, cement, steel, coal, salt, fertilizers, rock & gravel, and of course grains. The International Port of Memphis is 400 river miles from St. Louis and 600 River miles from New Orleans and is ice free year round.
Port of Cates Landing
Close proximity to major interstates:
Mid-point along corridor connecting Canada and Mexico
Near World’s largest Freight Airport and rail center: Memphis, TN
Site located in Tennessee Valley Authority service area
Expandable Intermodal Port Dock and transload facility serving barge, rail, and truck
9,000 linear feet of slack water Harbor operable year round (expandable to 14,000 Linear feet)
Rail access to Canadian National Railroad