About the Port of Wilmington,
Founded in 1923, the Port of Wilmington is a full service mid‐Atlantic
seaport on the Delaware River strategically located and serving over 200
million North American consumers by overnight truck and rail delivery.
Wilmington ranks as the nationís leading gateway for imported perishable
cargo and operates the largest on‐dock cold storage complex in North
America. An economic engine for the State of Delaware and the region, it
is responsible for 4,300 good paying local jobs, $337 million in annual
business revenue, and more than $31 million in annual State and local
taxes. The Port is owned and operated by the Diamond State Port
Corporation, a corporation of the State of Delaware.