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16999
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Following the theoretical foundations of the Global Transpark concepts and the history of its implementation in North Carolina, Burke and Sulewski discuss the missteps, discord, and criticisms from a regional planning perspective.
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North Carolina Geographer (NoCar F 254.8 N67), Vol. 15 Issue , 2007, p20-36, map, bibl, f
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24178
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The North Carolina Global TransPark was a proposed airline terminal that caters to manufacturing and business in Kinston. The terminal, however, was eventually placed in Greensboro, which offered more clients and greater demand for airport cargo and industrial centers.
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24249
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Ten years have passed since North Carolina launched its Global TransPark development plan in Kinston that was supposed to create a 285 million dollar air-cargo industrial complex. The TransPark, however, sits idle and only two tenants have signed on, bringing in only 200 jobs. The TransPark may end up being a dream that will never be realized.
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29444
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After a year-long feasibility study, it has been concluded that there are three possible site types for the proposed Global AirCargo Industrial Complex, or Global TransPark: existing airport expansion, joint use of civilian/military airport, undeveloped green site. The top pick currently is for the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base near Goldsboro, but if this fails, North Carolina's three major airports are next picks.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 50 Issue 3, March 1992, p84-85, il
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29766
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Spirit AeroSystems has opened a manufacturing plant at the Global TransPark, and the world's largest independent supplier of commercial airplane assemblies and components is being seen as a transformational entity for the eastern region of North Carolina.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 66 Issue 9, Sept 2008, p18-19, por, map
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30617
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North Carolina invests in Transportation and Workforce development to support manufacturers. Improvements to the states rail and air shipping infrastructure supports the logistical needs of manufacturers, while programs like NCSU's Industry Expiation Service offer training and consulting to companies aiming to grow.
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38214
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North Carolina’s take off into the aerospace manufacturing industry had soared to the top ten in the United States by 2017. Factors attributed to its rank at number four in the nation and success of airports like Charlotte-Monroe Executive were a low corporate tax rate and electricity rates, along with an extensive rail network.
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42829
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Kinston-based LGM Enterprises, regularly fly CEOs, movie stars and other celebrities. With a fleet of more than 60 jets, it’s the eighth-largest of nearly 2,000 private jet-charter companies in the nation, and biggest in North Carolina. Owner, Jim Segrave is the great-nephew of the late Felix Harvey, an eastern North Carolina business titan and instigating force behind the Global TransPark. During the Pandemic, the business was aided by a couple of million dollars in Paycheck Protection Program support to help preserve jobs.