The Port of Charleston in South Carolina reported container volume in April was 134,718 20-foot-equivalent units, rising 9 percent year-over-year and increasing 17 percent compared with April 2011.
Port of Charleston
14 May 2013
Nordic Cold Storage has reached an agreement with South Carolina State Ports Authority to terminate the lease on its warehouse facility in Greer, S.C., clearing the way for a $43 million inland port to be built in its place.
17 Apr 2013
The Port of Charleston’s container volume rose 10 percent in the first nine months of the fiscal year that began July 1, 2012, according to the South Carolina Ports Authority.
10 Apr 2013
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The debate over U.S. infrastructure funding surfaced at a Senate hearing on the expansion of the Panama Canal today, with speakers noting the broad impact the bigger canal would have on U.S. ports, shipping lines, railroads and truckers.
19 Mar 2013
Container volume handled by the Port of Charleston jumped 11 percent year-over-year in February to 131,634 20-foot-equivalent units.
05 Mar 2013
Progress on a new inland port in Greer, S.C., planned by the South Carolina Port Authority, is moving forward, following a recent groundbreaking ceremony with more than 250 port users, stakeholders, community leaders and...
28 Feb 2013
CMA CGM will add South Carolina’s Port of Charleston to its Pacific Express 3 service, providing an additional connection for the region’s shippers to ports across Asia.
19 Feb 2013
The South Carolina Ports Authority reported that the Port of Charleston’s container volume was 121,286 20-foot-equivalent units in January, rising 7.7 percent year-over-year.
15 Feb 2013
The port truck replacement program run by the South Carolina Ports Authority has received $145,000 in additional federal grant funding to help further reduce air emissions across the Charleston area.
14 Feb 2013
Sinomax USA has chosen South Carolina’s Port of Charleston to handle its East Coast operations.
16 Jan 2013
The South Carolina Ports Authority reported that traffic handled at the Port of Charleston’s two container terminals in 2012 was 1.5 million 20-foot-equivalent units, an increase of 9.6 percent compared with 2011.
20 Dec 2012
Dockworkers at Charleston refused to unload a ship for about two hours...