THE Alliance's EC2 container service commences with the 8,500 TEU Helsinki Bridge call at the Port of Wilmington - May 12, 2017
The Evergreen Ever Laden calls the Port of Wilmington on September 10, 2016. By capacity, approximately 8,500 TEUs, the Ever Laden is the largest ship to call the Port of Wilmington.
Tower sections of wind turbines move through the Port of Wilmington.
The Port of Morehead City handles large project cargoes like the bridge girders for the Tappan Zee Bridge reconconstruction project.
The Port of Morehead City is 128 acres with an inside harbor channel depth of 45 ft. M.L.L.W.
North Carolina Ports is renowned for its white-glove customer service including the handling of project cargo like locomotives.
The Port of Wilmington is 284 acres with an inside harbor channel depth of 42 ft. M.L.L.W.
North Carolina Ports' post-Panamax cranes work the Yang Ming Shanghai.
Night operations at the Port of Wilmington.
Independent Container Line vessel docks at berth nine at the Port of Wilmington.
North Carolina Ports' post-Panamax Cranes tout a 165 ft. (18 container) outreach and 133 ft. backreach.
The Port of Morehead City is capable of the direct transfer of heavy lift and dimensional loads between vessel and rail or truck.
The Port of Wilmington has nine berths with 6,740 ft. of wharf frontage.
Breakbulk commodities like fluff pulp move through North Carolina Ports.
Forest products are the number one export out of the Port of Wilmington (including wood pulp, pictured here).
The PAC Antares unloads rubber at the Port of Morehead City.
The Hanjin Baltimore, measuring 984 feet in length and 140 feet in width, was the first of many post-Panamax vessels to be served at the updated container port in Wilmington. The Hanjin Baltimore called the Port of Wilmington on July 5, 2016.
The Yang Ming Unity, measuring 1,101 feet in length and 140 feet in width, was the largest vessel to utilize the expanded turning basin and call the Port of Wilmington. The Yang Ming Unity called the Port of Wilmington on August 7, 2016.
With more than 1 million sq. ft. of prime covered and sprinklered storage space the Port of Morehead City is the second largest importer of naturalized rubber in the United States.
North Carolina Ports is known for its turn times and vessel productivity. Its post-Panamax cranes average 45 net crane moves per hour.
The Port of Wilmington has nearly 100 acres available for container storage.