The International Logistics Park of North Carolina is a 1,029 acre joint county industrial site on the Brunswick/Columbus County border outside of Leland, North Carolina
- Site is zoned I-G (Industrial General). The I-G District is intended to provide locations for enterprises engaged in a broad range of manufacturing, processing, creating, repairing, renovating, painting, cleaning, or assembly of goods, merchandise or equipment.
- Designated as a North Carolina Certified Site, which reduces the risks associated with development by undergoing a rigorous prequalification process addressing prerequisites such as environmental audits, geo-technical studies, engineered site development plans and development cost analysis
- The International Logistics Park of North Carolina sits across Highway 74/76 from the Mid-Atlantic Industrial Rail Park, a 1,025 acre CSX Rail served industrial site, which together were designated as one of the Ten Megasites in the South for the Next 'Big Kahuna' by Southern Business Development Magazine
- Ideal location for At-Port Assembly Manufacturing or Distribution, benefiting from the labor force and amenities of a Tier 3 county with Tier 1 incentive status, offering the highest level of incentives available under the North Carolina Port Enhancement Zone with additional tax credits for new and existing customers of the North Carolina Ports