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North Carolina Ports Expands Agricultural Opportunities

The North Carolina State Ports Authority announces the expansion of its capabilities to better support the North Carolina agriculture industry through a partnership with Scoular. North Carolina Ports has received approval from the North Carolina Council of State for a land lease to develop an agricultural transload facility on the Port of Wilmington. Council of State approved the long-term lease for Scoular to develop an at-port facility that will receive, store, ... [+]

North Carolina Ports Records Increases in Fiscal Year 2020

The North Carolina State Ports Authority recorded year-over-year increases in volumes through the Port of Wilmington and Port of Morehead City in Fiscal Year 2020, which ended June 30, 2020. North Carolina Ports container volume through the Port of Wilmington in FY20 increased by 4% over FY19. NC Ports ... [+]

North Carolina Ports Sets Refrigerated Container Volume Record

The North Carolina State Ports Authority set a new record for refrigerated container volume. North Carolina Ports moved 1,459 refrigerated containers – 2,918 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) – through the Port of Wilmington the month of April. “It has long been North Carolina Ports’ goal to become one of ... [+]

NC Ports Welcomes Industry Veteran as Director of Carrier and Trade Development

North Carolina Ports has added maritime industry veteran Benjamin M. Massa to its staff as the new Director of Carrier and Trade Development. At North Carolina Ports, Massa will apply his extensive experience to further grow and expand container business at the Port of Wilmington. “Ben brings a wealth of experience ... [+]

NC Ports Set for Unprecedented Growth with New Services

The inaugural port call of the ZIM Shanghai on June 18 marked the fourth new container service activated at the Port of Wilmington in the last two months.  North Carolina Ports has doubled its container services in calendar year 2017 and is set for unprecedented growth in its next fiscal ... [+]

NC Ports, CSX Commence New Intermodal Service

North Carolina Ports Authority and CSX will commence daily, intermodal rail service between Wilmington and Charlotte, effective July 28. The new double-stack service, dubbed the Queen City Express, marks the official return of intermodal rail to North Carolina Ports. It will traverse the existing CSX Class I network between the Port ... [+]

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