Room to grow, no traffic jams, and easy delivery by road, air, port, and rail to the world’s major markets - Sampson County provides a winning combination of access and location.
Located on the eastern seaboard in between Miami and New York, I-40 runs through the northern end of Sampson County and intersects with I-95 in under 15-miles.
|New York, NY||531||8:30|
|Clinton-Sampson General Aviation (CTZ)||4||0:10|
|Fayetteville Regional (FAY)||42||0:45|
|Raleigh-Durham International (RDU)||78||1:15|
|Wilmington International (ILM)||64||1:15|
|Port of Wilmington||65||1:15|
|Port of Morehead City||110||2:15|
|Aberdeen & Rockfish (Fayetteville)||37||0:45|
|Seymour Johnson [Air Force]||37||0:45|
|Fort Liberty [Army] (formerly, Fort Bragg)||45||1:00|
|Camp Lejeune [Marine]||82||1:40|
|Research Triangle Park (RTP) - The largest research park in the United States||81||1:20|
Sampson County’s proximity to Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) gives business owners and professionals access to 400 flights on nine airlines each day. CSX operates one Class 1 freight railroad that reaches the eastern United States, the provinces of Ontario and Quebec in Canada, and includes service to the Port of Morehead City. Transload facilities, via CSX and Norfolk Southern, are located in nearby Fayetteville. Sampson County puts companies within easy reach of two deepwater ports, the Port of Wilmington and Port of Morehead City.
Research Triangle Park, the largest research park in the United States, and the three major research universities are a direct, one-hour drive via Interstate 40. Sampson County also provides a prime location for companies working with the military and defense all under a 90-minute drive.
Swiss manufacturer of elevators and escalators
With the largest annual output of any escalator factory in the country, Schindler’s Sampson County facility ships products throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.