The Virginia Inland Port (VIP), just west of Washington, D.C. in Warren County, Virginia, is 220 miles inland and effectively brings the benefits of The Port of Virginia 220 miles closer to U.S. markets. Five-day-a-week rail service between the VIP and the marine terminals in Hampton Roads allows direct access to the trade routes of 75 international shipping lines.
The facility contains 17,820 feet of on-site rail serviced by one of the largest railroads in the U.S., Norfolk Southern. It is located within one mile of Interstate 66 and within 5 miles of Interstate 81. Its ideal location provides excellent roads to and from markets in Pennsylvania, Northern Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Eastern Ohio.
The Inland Port terminal has a three-door cross dock warehouse facility for transferring cargo, and a maintenance building for making roadability repairs. USDA inspections and SGS inspections may be coordinated on terminal as needed. Pool chassis, reffer gensets and shore power are also available. The facility is a U.S. Customs-designated port of entry, and the full range of customs functions is available to customers.
Operating hours are 8am - 5pm. 24-hour access with notification.