Special Project Cargo
The Port of Wilmington's
strategic location at the heart of the U.S. East Coast, with excellent
rail and road connections, makes it an ideal port and distribution hub
for special project cargo. The Port is comprised 308-acres, with close
to 4,000-foot marginal wharf and
38-foot MLW water depth. Ample berth space and 24/7 work ability
allow maximum flexibility for special project cargo shippers and
The Port's modern cranes have a maximum lift capacity of 100 tons for heavy lift, which is helpful for loading and unloading of special project cargo.
Last and not least, Delaware’s Department of Transportation and Department of Public Safety and Homeland Security facilitates timely and cost effective truck permitting and police escort services for quick and cost effective movement of this project cargo through the State and onward to its final destination
In the past few years, the Port has been the port of choice for special project cargoes including: Orbital Sciences' rocket booster cores for the “Antares” program, parts for power generating plants, wind turbine blades, large generators, construction equipment, and ship building materials.
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For more information contact John Haroldson, Manager, International Trade at 302-472-7822 or firstname.lastname@example.org.