AEPED has partnered with many of our local communities to identify sites with strong potential throughout our 11-state service territory and invest in preparing them for development.
Three sites in southwest Arkansas, in Texarkana, Hope, and Prescott, have earned the Quality Sites designation for project readiness through American Electric Power (AEP). AEP coordinated with its subsidiary Southwestern Electric Power Co. (SWEPCO) on finalizing the designation.
Sofidel, an Italy-based paper tissue manufacturer, held a groundbreaking ceremony on March 16 for its integrated paper production plant in Inola, Oklahoma.
We have added 16 new industrial properties to our Quality Sites Program, increasing the total portfolio to 42 sites. Using third-party experts, these sites have been validated to meet the needs of industrial, data center and food processing users, and can minimize overall site location risk, save time, and reduce site development costs.
Site Selection magazine has ranked Findlay, Ohio, the top Micropolitan community in the United States for the second year in a row.
Italian automotive manufacturing leader, ELDOR Corporation, is investing $75 million to build its first U.S. production plant in Botetourt County, Virginia.
Soon to be the premier manufacturing destination in South Texas, this 479 acre site has been certified for industrial development through the AEP Quality Site Program by McCallum Sweeney Consulting, and offers strategic access to Latin American markets, the Eastern Seaboard and the Midwest with ease.
The 313-acre I-20/Greenwood Road site in Shreveport, LA is the largest certified site on I-20. Certified as project-ready by AEP and the state of Louisiana, the site offers excellent transportation infrastructure and all utilities at the front of the site.
limaohio.com, November 2, 2015