Since even before the Louisiana Purchase, our region's strategic location has been integral to our success. Historically, our region served as a prominent launching point for expansion-minded settlers heading west and a vibrant agricultural powerhouse where commodities were collected and sent via the Red and Ouachita Rivers to market. Today, North Louisiana continues to act as a strategic distribution hub for the entire South.
Situated in the south central United States, North Louisiana is within a day’s travel time to some of the largest markets with 30 million consumers. The region is connected nationally and globally by a multimodal system of Class 1 Rail, interstates and federal highways, two regional airports, and four ports.
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