Fiber Optic Internet service has come to Helena Harbor.
According to John Edwards, general counsel and economic development director for Helena Harbor, the service officially became available on July 29. Enviro Tech became the first customer to utilize the high-speed service.

Fiber Optic Internet service has come to Helena Harbor.

According to John Edwards, general counsel and economic development director for Helena Harbor, the service officially became available on July 29. Enviro Tech became the first customer to utilize the high-speed service.

Enviro Tech manufactures biodegradable liquid sanitation products at its new facility at Helena Harbor.

 Edwards calls the addition of the Fiber Optic Internet service “A major milestone in an all out effort to make Helena Harbor a great place to do business.”

William Quiney III, president of the Helena-West Helena /Phillips County Port Authority, which operates Helena Harbor, praised the efforts of State Senator Keith Ingram in helping make this day possible.

“Senator Ingram has been a tireless advocate of getting high speed Internet at Helena Harbor,” commented Quiney.

Edwards reported that AT&T officials informed him that Helena Harbor will have Internet speeds of 10M-1GB and beyond. Edwards added that he deeply appreciated the support of Eddie Drilling, president of AT&T Arkansas and the confidence he has placed in Helena Harbor.

“Helena Harbor now has Internet capacity to attract new business and enhance the capacities of our existing tenants,” continued Edwards. “High-speed Internet is vital for 21st century business recruitment. We look forward to seeing new interest in Helena Harbor.