Unique. Diverse. Committed.
The Port of Little Rock offers a unique blend of wide-ranging industrial business, committed & experienced staff and a region that makes it easy to flourish.
Offering waterway, rail and easy access to a national airport, The Little Rock Port Authority brings to bear a robust and attractive transportation and delivery system. The Port attracts domestic and foreign manufacturing investment with continued solid growth in international commerce.
Boasting a 2,600 industrial park and an expedient intermodal transportation center, the Little Rock Port Authority is at the cross section of three interstates and located just a few miles east of downtown Little Rock, a city recognized for its friendliness, culture and beauty.
The Little Rock Port Authority would consider it a privilege to partner with you and show you not just the hospitality of the south, but its progressive, tech-savvy and keen business-minded environment.
For an up-to-date look at the LRPA, click here to review our 2016 Annual Report and click here to review our 2016 Impact Evaluation and Analysis.
“The mission of the Port of Little Rock is to drive economic development by providing a world-class transportation hub that connects Arkansas to the global economy”.
“Little Rock Port Authority’s vision is to be America’s leading inland river port advancing Arkansas’ economic growth and job creation”.
Notice of Nondiscrimination
The Little Rock Port Authority complies with all civil rights provisions of federal statutes and related authorities that prohibit discrimination in programs and activities receiving federal financial assistance. Furthermore, the Little Rock Port Authority complies with the City of Little Rock Civil Rights Ordinance. Therefore, the Little Rock Port Authority does not discriminate, in any of its activities, whether federally funded or not, on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, political opinions or affiliation. Complaints of alleged discrimination and inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies of the Little Rock Port Authority may be addressed to: Jean Pulliam, Title VI Coordinator, 10600 Industrial Harbor Drive, Little Rock, AR 72206, firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (501) 490-1468. Hearing and speech impaired may dial 711. This notice is available from the Title VI Coordinator in large print, or on audiotape.
Bryan Day was appointed Executive Director of the Little Rock Port Authority in June 2014. Prior to assuming this position, Bryan spent 20 years working for the City of Little Rock. During this tenure, he served as the Assistant City Manager and director and assistant director of Little Rock Parks and Recreation. Bryan started his career in government in 1987 when he was hired by the Arkansas State Park system.
Director of Operations