The Golden Triangle encompasses three communities with ongoing infrastructure development and improvement.

A multi-modal destination, the region boasts heavy-duty water, rail, road and air methods for product and source movement.

The Golden Triangle Regional Airport is Mississippi’s third largest commercial airport with three inbound and outbound flights daily to Atlanta.

From Columbus, Starkville and West Point, local highways connect to I-20, I-22 Corridor and I-55.

Three ports located on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway provide direct access to the Port of Mobile to the South and Ohio River Valley to the North.

Three industrial parks located in Columbus and West Point are served by Kansas City Southern Railway’s connectivity to the East and West Coasts, Canada and Mexico.

The region boasts three Tennessee Valley Authority-certified megasites, two-shovel-ready industrial parks in Clay and Lowndes counties and one new park under development in Oktibbeha County. The Golden Triangle has the most robust and redundant power in North Mississippi.

Each industrial park possess infrastructure to supply sufficient water and wastewater capacity to most industrial projects.

Natural gas for the Golden Triangle Region is provided by Atmos Energy.  Atmos Energy is the largest provider of natural gas in MS, with over 250,000 customers in MS.  Atmos brings natural gas into the Golden Triangle Region from several different transmission companies creating a more reliable source of natural gas for their customers.  The company currently serves multiple manufacturing companies in the area and has expanded their infrastructure to accommodate future growth.

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Featured News

October 5, 2016 | Public Service Commission Approves Major GTR Natural Gas Expansion for Job Growth

August 19, 2016 | Lowndes County Adds Third TVA-Certified Megasite to Roster

May 23, 2015 | Starkville again commits to LINK-backed park search

  • They’re [GTR LINK] very responsive to companies and their needs for getting questions answers and providing data and resources.

    Alan Easome

    Senior Director, New Plant Development, Yokohama Corporation of North America

  • This is a very business friendly area and the LINK is an excellent resource staffed with very passionate people that also know their business extremely well and they’re creative. They understand the need for speed and necessity to minimize upfront costs of building or expanding a business. As a result, GTR LINK has been very successful in bringing good manufacturing jobs to the Golden Triangle Region.

    Madhu Ranade

    General Manager and Vice President at Steel Dynamics, Inc., Columbus Flat Roll Division

  • The PACCAR Engine Company continues to enjoy great success in hiring, training, and keeping local talent. From Assembly Operators associates, Machining Operators, to Craft Technicians, we have experienced a positive and dedicated workforce willing to learn new skills. Attracting quality new associates has not been an issue with us, but we face the same nation-wide challenges in finding associates with skilled trades. We are pleased for the results we have achieved by locating our facilities here.

    Mike Arzamendi

    Communication & Training Manager

  • The Golden Triangle region has offered us a very energetic workforce with a great work ethic. There has been an abundant supply of laborers and skilled candidates, all willing to learn. Through various resources in the area we have always found what we needed and our employees are dedicated to the success of our plant.

    Ray Hamer

    Human Resources Director, Steel Dynamics, Inc., Columbus Flat Roll Division

  • The workforce in Mississippi is exceptional. I’ve hired many veterans that worked in aviation during their military careers and moved back home to the Golden Triangle area. Airbus was able to use their skill sets and put them to work building multi-million dollar aircraft. The training that EMCC offers was so valuable to us, because they enabled our people to be trained in a variety of disciplines. This allowed for some of our people that had no aviation skills to be trained and hired as apprentices and grew our work force development program. People drive up to 75 miles to work for Airbus, demonstrating the work ethic and commitment of the men and women who live in Mississippi. We are very grateful for the caliber of people we are able to work with.

    Rob Boman

    Head of HR, Environment, Health & Safety