International Logistics Park of North Carolina
The International Logistics Park of North Carolina is located on the Brunswick/Columbus County border 18 miles from Wilmington, North Carolina.
The International Logistics Park of North Carolina is in the pre-developmental stage located on over 1,100 acres and is fronted by U.S. 74/76 on the Brunswick/Columbus County border 18 miles east of Wilmington, North Carolina. It is the first At-Port Distribution Park in North Carolina.
Progress Energy has three-phase electric service available in the park from either the 23kV distribution system or the 115kV transmission system dependent upon the size of electrical load.
Piedmont Natural Gas provides service directly adjacent to the site
Columbus County has a 16" water main on the site.
Brunswick County has constructed an 8” sewer force main within the right-of-way of US 74/76 that will provide sewer service to the site. A $2.15 million dollar grant has been approved for construction of a sewer pump station on the site. Engineering design is under way with an expected date for completion of mid-2019.
Telecom resources include ATMC and AT&T fiber optics broadband services to the park.
Highways & Interstates
Highway 74/76, joint four-lane highways, connects the Port of Wilmington (18 miles east of the site) to Interstate 95 (65 miles west of the site).
Interstate 140 connects US 74/76 to US 17 to the south 4 miles from the site and will connect to US 421 at the Port of Wilmington and I-40.
Shipping from the Port of Wilmington
Deepwater Port Access at the North Carolina Port of Wilmington is 18 miles east of the site.
Easy access to export and import containers and merchandise coming to and from the port.
Wilmington International Airport (ILM)
Raleigh - Durham International Airport (RDU)
Columbus County Municipal Airport (CPC)
Motor Freight Carriers - Multiple motor freight carriers serve the area including
Old Dominion Freight Company - Wilmington, N.C.
CSX Transportation - Riegelwood, N.C.
R&L Carriers - Lumberton, N.C.
C.R. England - Tar Heel, N.C.
With close proximity to the Brunswick County beaches and abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation, hunting and fishing in Columbus County, the International Logistics Park areas offers a great quality of living and an affordable lifestyle.
A ready and able workforce is available with opportunities for training at little or no cost through Southeastern Community College in Columbus County and Brunswick Community College in Brunswick County.