North Carolina State Ports Authority is positioning itself to be a more competitive cold chain gateway.
That gateway, which encourages the use of the port as a temperature-controlled market option for more imports and exports, was the focus of morning presenters at the first N.C. Ports Cold Chain Summit at the Wilmington Convention Center on Wednesday.
The event took a look at expanding the ports' cold chain market and had 130 attendees register from within the industry, ranging from ports officials to economic developers and those within the trade industry sectors, according to officials.
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