Business

Woodruff Electric Cooperative Corporation

3190 North Washington Street Forrest City, AR 72335
(870) 633-7100

Woodruff Electric Cooperative has proudly provided members in 7 counties with reliable and affordable electricity since 1937. We are member-owned and democratically governed.

Sanyo Manufacturing Corporation

3333 Sanyo Rd Forrest City, AR 72335
(870) 633-5030

Customer Service:
E-mail: support@sanyotv.com
Phone: (800) 877-5032
Fax: (870) 630-4223

General Sales:
For General Television Sales Questions (English only):
3333 SANYO Road
Forrest City, Arkansas 72335
E-mail: sales@sanyotv.com

Service Parts:
For Television Parts other than Remote Controls (English only):
3333 SANYO Road
Forrest City, Arkansas 72335
Phone: (800) 877-5036 Ext. 1485
Fax: (870) 633-6907
7:30 am - 4:00 pm CT Mon-Fri

Tobacco Superstore Corporate Office

3550 Commerce Rd
Forrest City
(870) 633-0099

David Cohn, Founder of Tobacco Superstores, had a vision to open the largest Cigarette and Tobacco store in the south. In March of 1993, that became a reality as the first Tobacco Superstore opened in Forrest City, Arkansas. From day one, the Company has valued customer service while providing superior selection at the lowest possible prices. This simple concept paved the way for expansion. Today, we operate 84 stores in 4 states and we are the largest Cigarette and Tobacco retailer in the south.

Wonder Bread Corporation

313 W BROADWAY ST Forrest City AR 72335-3620

Everyone has their own Wonder® bread story. Maybe yours came from your grandparents and has been passed all the way down to your children. Or maybe you're starting the Wonder bread tradition within your family. Either way, there's no question. Your life wouldn't be the same without it. Because Wonder bread has been an American icon for more than 85 years.

Planters Cotton Oil Mill Inc

150 East Davis Avenue Forrest City, AR 72335
(870) 630-0892

We are a cooperative cottonseed oil mill owned and operated by our member gins with our corporate office located in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

- History Of Planters -


In 1977 a group of ginners purchased a cottonseed oil crushing facility located at 1021 East Fifth Street in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. This plant was organized as a cooperative under the name of Planters Cotton Oil Mill, Inc.

Since that time Planters has continued to diversify its markets, improve its operational efficiencies and increase its membership base.

In 1985 Planters ventured into the whole cottonseed dairy markets. This event was one of the major turning points in Planters' history. By the early 90's Planters was receiving 250,000 tons of cottonseed annually from its patrons. The processing plant was able to crush 125,000 tons and the balance of the cottonseed was being shipped by rail and barge to dairy markets throughout the United States.

In 1991 Planters made another major leap forward when it began construction of a modern cottonseed crushing facility located at 2901 Planters Drive in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. This was the first new cottonseed plant to be built in over 50 years. The new plant began crushing operations in the fall of

1993, and was rated the most cost efficient plant in the United States according to the most recent USDA Cooperative Cottonseed Crushing Facility Survey.
The next major turning point in Planters' history was the purchase of Cargill's Whole Cottonseed Division in September of 1998. This purchase greatly diversified Planters' assets and the markets for its patrons. This purchased included receiving, storing, and shipping facilities in Lake Providence, Louisiana; Grand Junction, Tennessee and Forrest City, Arkansas. It also included facilities in Winona, Minnesota and Denver, Colorado that are used to service dairy customers in those areas.

In the fall of 1999 Planters added to its dairy direct capabilities by forming an alliance in Gooding, Idaho that allows shipment direct to the dairy customers in Idaho. Planters feels that the combination of its dairy direct assets, being the most efficient oil mill in the United States and employing a team of people that are second to none gives Planters a very bright and profitable future. It is Planters' mission and goal to utilize its assets in a way that returns the most economic benefit to the patrons for a ton of cottonseed while continuing to provide service that is beyond reproach.

 

 

 


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