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NC Ports inaugurates new reefer yard

The North Carolina State Ports Authority is now equipped to handle more refrigerated containers, following the completion of a new refrigerated container yard at...

Wilmington ready to enter the big ship era

The North Carolina State Ports Authority is ready to welcome the largest containerships calling on the US East Coast following the completion of Phase...

Expansion’s plans for NC Ports

To serve larger container ships coming into the Port of Wilmington, N.C. Ports is seeking to move forward with the second phase of its...

NCSPA Holiday Closure Notice

The North Carolina State Ports Authority's terminals in Wilmington, Morehead City and Charlotte will be closed to commercial truck traffic in observance of the Veteran's Day...

Rail services of Wilmington Port have resumed

Rail traffic at the Port of Wilmington has resumed following an embargo by Jacksonville, Florida-based CSX on traffic to Wilmington because of Hurricane Florence. The first...

NC Ports’ terminals resume full commercial operations

Wilmington, N.C. – North Carolina Ports’ terminals in Wilmington and Morehead City resumed full commercial truck operations on Monday following Hurricane Florence which forced the...

Yang Ming about Hurricane Florence

As a result of the effects from Hurricane Florence, the Port of Wilmington has been closed, and consequently the vessel, Helsinki Bridge 032E, has...

Gulftainer now rules the Wilmington Port

The Port of Wilmington is now in the hands of United Arab Emirates-based Gulftainer. Gov. John Carney signed an agreement with Badr Jafar, the chairman...

NC Ports to begin the recovery process

North Carolina Ports officials continue to assess the damage and begin the recovery process at the Port of Wilmington and the Port of Morehead...

Ports of Wilmington & Morehead City remain closed

North Carolina ports' notice: The Ports of Wilmington & Morehead City will remain CLOSED through Wed., 9/19. Essential employees required for storm response will be...
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