Griffin River Terminal is a deep water river terminal located at mile marker 660.2 on the West bank of the lower Mississippi River. The facility is capable of handling grain, dry and liquid fertilizer, and other dry flowable materials with conveying systems rated at 300 tons per hour.


What is an Opportunity Zone?

• Opportunity zones are census tracts in low-income urban and rural communities designated by state and federal governments targeted for economic development.

Why invest in an Opportunity Zone?

• The Opportunity Zones program may provide an investor who has triggered a capital gain by selling an asset like stocks or real estate special tax benefits if they roll that gain into an Opportunity Fund within 180 days.
• The investor can defer the payment of capital gains on the first asset until December 31, 2026.
• Reduce the tax you owe by up to 15% after 7 years, and up to 100% after 10 years.
• Pay zero tax on gains earned from the Opportunity Fund investment.

Opportunity Zone – Helena, AR


  1. Warehouse 1
  2. Warehouse 2
  3. Warehouse 3
  4. Warehouse 4
  5. Liquid Storage Tanks
  6. Administration Bldg
  7. Rail on/off loading
  1. Truck on/off loading
  2. Wharf
  3. Conveyor/Pipeline
  4. Access Road
  5. Railroad
  6. Maint. Workshop/Storage
  7. Weigh & Sample Station
  1. Conveyor Head House
  2. Grain Bins


Learn More About Griffin River Terminal


The facility is currently being marketed for sale by owner. Located at mile marker 660.2 on the Mississippi River, there are over 200 million bushels of soybeans, over 175 million bushels of corn, and over 175 million bushels of rice produced within a 100 mile vicinity of the property.

Highway & Rail Access


  • Ease of access by highway, rail and barge including close proximity to Hwy 49 Mississippi River bridge providing access to Mississippi market
  • Direct rail loading and off-loading on site
  • Serviced by Genessee & Wyoming short line, connecting to Union Pacific Railroad

Mississippi River Access


  • Deep water channel allows Griffin River Terminal to trans-load during periods of low-water when other terminals may be required to halt operations
  • Year-round access to Gulf of Mexico and major trading ports in New Orleans and Baton Rouge
  • Fleeting service available 24 hours a day

Grain Sourcing & Distribution


  • Located in center of major agricultural production to maximize opportunity to capture market share
  • 338,000 bushels of grain storage on site (two 150,000 bushel bins and 38,000 bushel hopper bin)
  • An average of 178 million bushels of corn, 201 million bushels of soybeans, and 176 million bushels of rice are produced within a 100 mile radius of the facility
  • Inbound and outbound conveying equipment rated at 300 tons/hour or 30,000 bushels/hour
  • One wharf position is currently available for grain loading
  • Currently capable of loading 1 barge/day (1,500 tons or ~52,500 bushels)
  • Improvements in progress to increase grain trans-loading capacity to 3 barges per day (4,500 tons or ~157,500 bushels)

Fertilizer Production & Distribution


  • Ability to trans-load and produce custom blends of liquid and dry fertilizer to be distributed into Arkansas and Mississippi agricultural production
  • Current dry bulk fertilizer storage of 66,000 tons on site in 4 warehouses
  • Current liquid fertilizer storage of 17,500 tons on site across 6 separate tanks
  • Two wharf positions are currently available for fertilizer loading and off-loading
  • Inbound and outbound conveying equipment rated at 300 tons/hour or 30,000 bushels/hour

Recent Improvements & Expansion


  • Over $4 million of improvements made since January 2014
  • Approximately 100 acres of developable land