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MBI & Shreveport Sign Lease

Shreveport now officially has a new tenant at the former BeairdCo plant on the city's southside.  The city received a sign copy of the proposed lease from MB Industries, a Rayne, Louisiana based company.  MBI makes blast proof building for refineries, off shore oil rigs and other dangerous locations. Shreveport's City Council gave its okay to the proposed lease more than a month ago.  Mayor Cedric Glover says he's happy about having MBI's operation at the facility.

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