SC Ports developing at the Port of Charleston

With great support from South Carolina elected leaders, South Carolina Ports will soon have near-dock rail and an inner-harbor barge operation to ensure fluidity and capacity for the Southeast supply chain.SC Ports officials and elected officials recently gathered in North Charleston to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Navy Base Intermodal Facility. SC Ports is developing the rail-served intermodal yard to provide near-dock rail to the Port of Charleston.“This resolves the ... [+]

SC Ports maintains fluidity during record September

South Carolina Ports maintained fluidity for vessels calling the East Coast while handling a record number of containers in September.SC Ports handled 226,807 TEUs at Wando Welch Terminal, North Charleston Terminal and Leatherman Terminal in September, up nearly 11% year-over-year. SC Ports has handled 666,315 TEUs thus far in fiscal ... [+]

SC Ports welcomes 2022-2023 Port Ambassadors

South Carolina Ports welcomes its 2022-2023 Class of Port Ambassadors, kicking off a yearlong program that provides a deep understanding of how SC Ports benefits South Carolina’s economy. The 2022-2023 Class of Port Ambassadors — an esteemed group of 31 professionals from around the state — will get an in-depth look ... [+]

SC Ports handles record containers

South Carolina Ports continues to handle record cargo volumes while making significant progress with terminal and berth fluidity amid ongoing supply chain challenges.SC Ports had its highest April ever for containers handled, marking the 14th consecutive month of cargo records at the Port of Charleston. Strong volumes are driven by ... [+]

SC Ports has record October

South Carolina Ports had a record October for containers handled, marking the eighth consecutive month of record volumes at the Port of Charleston.SC Ports moved 234,923 TEUs at Wando Welch Terminal, North Charleston Terminal and Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal in October, a 9% increase year-over-year. Fiscal-year-to-date, SC Ports has handled ... [+]

SC Ports’ Leatherman Terminal recognized as ‘South Carolina Project of the Year’

South Carolina Ports’ Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal has been named 2021 South Carolina Project of the Year by the South Carolina Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). This prestigious award recognizes the complex engineering and construction process behind the Leatherman Terminal’s Phase One, and it celebrates the extensive ... [+]

SC Ports has record May for containers

South Carolina Ports had a record May for containers handled at the Port of Charleston, marking the third consecutive month of record volumes. SC Ports had its strongest May ever for containers, moving 230,870 tTEUs across Wando Welch Terminal, North Charleston Terminal and Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal. This is a 36% ... [+]

SC Ports expanding rail-served Inland Port Greer

South Carolina Ports is expanding Inland Port Greer on the heels of sustained record activity at the rail-served inland port in Upstate South Carolina. Inland Port Greer extends the Port of Charleston’s reach 212 miles inland via Norfolk Southern rail service, enabling companies throughout the Southeast and Midwest to quickly ... [+]

SC Ports opens new state-of-the-art terminal

South Carolina Ports made history on April 9, welcoming the first vessel to the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal, marking the first container terminal to open in the U.S. since 2009. Operations launched March 30 with the arrival of the first container, followed by the first ship arrival today with Hapag ... [+]

SC Ports celebrates Lineage Logistics facility expansion

South Carolina Ports celebrates Lineage Logistics’ newly expanded facility in Charleston and the enhanced cold storage capabilities it brings to customers. As the world’s largest and most innovative temperature-controlled industrial REIT and logistics solutions provider, Lineage provides efficient, effective temperature-controlled solutions to protect the integrity of products being shipped worldwide. ... [+]

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