North Carolina State Ports Authority

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North Carolina
State Ports Authority
seaport, container facilities
Number of locations
Southport, Wilmington and Morehead City
Parent NCDOT, NCIP

The North Carolina State Ports Authority is an authority set up by the state of North Carolina to develop and operate seaports in Wilmington and Morehead City, two inland container facilities (dry ports), one in Charlotte and one in Greensboro, and Southport Marina in Southport.

In 2014, Holly Grange was appointed to the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Ports Authority while she was the Director of Community Relations at Osprey Global Solutions, a Wilmington company specializing in global, full-spectrum life-support medical, logistics and construction, as well as security, training and business intelligence services. Her husband, retired Army major general David L. Grange, is CEO.[1]

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