We understand that reliable access to utilities is critically important to the pharmaceutical industry. Fortunately, we’re in terrific shape there.
The Tar River, the Neuse River and underground aquifers offer an abundance of this valuable resource. There is excess water capacity of more than 4mgd in the Greenville MSA alone.
Electric providers include: Duke Energy Progress, Dominion Power, the Greenville Utilities Commission, Pitt-Greene EMC, Edgecombe-Martin EMC and several municipalities.
Piedmont Natural Gas and the Greenville Utilities Commission provide natural gas service.
Several telecommunications options are available, though our largest provider is CenturyLink.
Our region is blessed with terrific connectivity by land, air and water
I-95, I-795, Future I-495 (US 64), US 70 and Future I-587 (US 264) are the region’s primary arteries offering excellent North, South, East and West access.
Two mainline railroads operate in our region: Norfolk Southern, CSX Transportation
Pitt-Greenville Airport offers daily service to Charlotte Douglas International (the nation’s 6th busiest airport), and Raleigh-Durham International is just a short drive from many of our businesses and residents.
There are three deepwater ports within 120 miles: Port of Wilmington, Port of Morehead City and Port of Virginia / Norfolk International Terminals