Envirotech opened in March of 2015 and completed an expansion in 2019. Envirotech produces liquid disinfectants for the food industry to sanitize equipment.
A motor vessel and barge going south toward the Helena Bridge on the Mississippi River. The Helena Bridge was opened in 1961 and replaced a ferry that served the public until that time.
Liquid tanks of Helm Fertilizer Company located at Helena Harbor. Helm receives and ships both dry and liquid fertilizer at the Helena Harbor Facility.
Helena Harbor 60 ton rated bridge crane
David Solomon delivering a load of pipe to be off loaded by the bridge crane at Helena Harbor.
The Environtech facility opened in March of 2015 and currently employs 120. Envirotech is based in Modesto, California.
The Environtech facility opened in March of 2015. The plant, which is expected to employ up to 150 eventually, is scheduled to open in early 2015.
Arkansas Midland 400 is shown switching at the Envirotech facility at Helena Harbor shortly after rail service was started in the fall of 2016.
Upgrades are being made to the 7 miles of Helena Harbor owned rail included steel cross ties in selected locations.
It’s All About Location!
Located on the Mississippi River at mile 652 AH, Helena Harbor is just 65 miles south of America’s acknowledged distribution center, Memphis, Tennessee. Its strategic location provides ready access to the nation’s heartland via nearly 15,000 miles of inland water transportation as well as to the Gulf of Mexico and ocean trade lanes to and from Latin America and the rest of the world.
About Helena Harbor
The Helena Harbor Industrial Complex consists of 4,000 acres of flood-protected industrial sites centered around a two and a quarter mile, nine-foot-deep slackwater harbor. The harbor channel is 300 feet in width and features an additional 50 feet of berthing space over much of its length. A large turning basin is located at the head of the channel. The harbor is developing all essential utility infrastructure at this time.