Port of Home Furnishings

Whether you’re shipping materials or finished products, it’s important to maximize efficiency and continuity throughout the process. Especially when international transportation is involved.

That’s why the Port of Wilmington is such a pivotal link in the worldwide supply chain connecting North Carolina directly with Asia, Europe and Latin America. We’ve developed partnerships that help ensure your shipping containers keep moving whether on land, on the seas or through our port.

First, North Carolina provides an excellent highway and rail infrastructure. Furniture manufacturers can easily connect with choice markets using an extensive transportation system, including North Carolina Ports.

Shipping companies that use the Port of Wilmington offer regularly scheduled container service to and from over 20 international ports.

Port of Wilmington container services

And the port itself is a model of efficiency with one of the highest crane productivity rates on the East Coast. And we’re getting even better, expanding to accommodate multiple post-Panamax vessels simultaneously.

We also offer ample warehousing and customized services to give our customers as many advantages as possible.

Put simply, if you want to move furniture, there’s no better choice.

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Map of Inland Transportation

Map of Inland Transportation

The Piedmont Triad, Hickory and Lenoir have optimal connectivity to North Carolina Ports.

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Port of Competitive Advantage

Learn more about how NC Ports empowers the success of retailers. This brochure provides important details about how the Port of Wilmington serves as the hub of a vast land/sea transportation network. Download it today.


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