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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 919,440 TEUs at container terminals, up 15% from the same time a year ago.SC Ports handled 130,417 pier containers, which ... [+]

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. ... [+]

SC Ports records strongest monthly volumes in its history

South Carolina Ports handled the most cargo in its history in March, with the Port of Charleston handling record volumes as the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal begins operations. SC Ports reported an all-time container record for March, moving 248,796 TEUs across the Port of Charleston’s Wando Welch and North Charleston ... [+]

Cranes arrive at Wando Welch Terminal

South Carolina Ports welcomed two more massive ship-to-shore cranes to Wando Welch Terminal on February 26. The new cranes are part of SC Ports’ strategic investment plan to modernize operations and upgrade infrastructure to handle more cargo and bigger ships at the Port of Charleston. “As a result of our significant ... [+]

SC Ports hits record for November volumes

As global trade continues to rebound, South Carolina Ports’ container volumes show strength with a record November. SC Ports handled 207,066 TEUs at Wando Welch and North Charleston container terminals in November, up 12% year-over-year. SC Ports has handled more than 1 million TEUs thus far in fiscal year 2021, ... [+]

SC Ports Authority Reports Record February Volume

South Carolina Ports Authority reported the strongest February container volume in its history and nearly 12% fiscal year-over-year growth. SCPA moved 178,131 TEUs during the month of February, with 1.6 million TEUs handled since the fiscal year began in July. As measured by the total number of boxes handled, SCPA moved 100,794 ... [+]

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