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Seeking to enhance the state's international trade activity, the N.C. State Ports Authority, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, spent $2 million to build the Perishables Handling and Chill Facility at the Wilmington Terminal.
Many North Carolinians, though they are familiar with Wilmington and Morehead City, are not aware of these cities as seaports that have prospered over the past several years. This article examines the history and development of the ports of North Carolina and takes a look at their impact on the local economy.
In a brief ceremony near State Ports Authority docks in Wilmington, North Carolina, the state's first major deep-water caustic soda chemical terminal will be dedicated. The new Diamond Alkali Company terminal will distribute liquid caustic soda to industrial users through the Carolinas with 24-hour delivery.