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Mooresville South Iredell sits along I-77 with interstate access through exits 31, 33, 35, 36 and 42. The area is approximately 20 miles from Interstate 85 and 485 and 15 miles from Interstate 40. The community has good connectivity with several HWY’s running in all directions. State HWY 150 and 152 run east to west and State HWY 115, 801 and US HWY 21 run north and south.

Highway

  • Intersection of three interstates – I-77, I-85, I-40 – provide direct access to all points north, south and west
  • More than 300 trucking firms in the Charlotte region to ensure highway transportation always available
  • $325 million construction project underway to move current intermodal facility to Charlotte Douglas International Airport

Airlines

Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), the nation’s sixth-busiest airport, with 700+ daily nonstop flights and more than 140 nonstop destinations

  • 15-minute drive from central business district to CLT
  • Daily nonstop service to domestic and international destinations including Frankfurt, London, Paris, Rome, Munich, Toronto, Mexico City and Rio de Janeiro
  • On-site air cargo facilities operated by UPS, FedEx, Emory Worldwide and DHL

General Aviation

  • Seventeen general aviation airports that range in capacity from 20-150+ aircraft per day
  • Every county in Charlotte USA includes at least one municipal airport
  • Five regional airports serve more than 100+ aircraft per day

 

Rail

  • Extensive rail network; 600 trains run through the region weekly
  • Norfolk Southern Railway are primary service providers
  • Support services for logistics industry include brokers, freight consolidators, customhouse brokers, and logistics consulting and off-line railroad sales offices.

 

Port 

Port of Charleston, the busiest container port along the Southeast and Gulf coasts, located nearly 210 miles from Charlotte, N.C.

  • Ranks fourth nationally in volume
  • Access to 13 of the top 15 carriers in the U.S. container trade
  • Intermodal access via rail and highways to the Charlotte region

Port of Savannah is located 250 miles from Charlotte, N.C.

  • Features largest single-terminal complex with the longest contiguous dock on the east coast
  • Terminal offers 7,600+ linear feet of docking space at even berths
  • Rail access to Charlotte region via Norfolk Southern and CSX

Port of Wilmington is located nearly 200 miles from Charlotte, N.C.

  • Full-service deep water port and marine terminal
  • Rail access to Charlotte region via Norfolk Southern and CSX
  • Deck height averages 12 ft. above mean low water
  • Facility can out load over 800 tons per hour with a 70,000 ton storage capacity

Port of Morehead City is located approximately 315 miles from Charlotte, N.C.

  • Ranks second in U.S. for rubber imports, second to New Orleans
  • Direct highway access via I-95, I-40, US Hwy 17
  • Rail access to Charlotte region via Norfolk Southern

We are five hours from three ports, Port of Morehead City and Port of Wilmington and Port of Charleston.

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