The South Carolina Ports Authority will launch a clean truck certification program on Jan. 1, 2014, to reduce port-related air emissions at SCPA’s container terminals.
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24 May 2013
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.
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.
25 Apr 2013
Freight transportation leaders' testimony at a newly formed House panel suggests the federal government is moving forward on a national freight infrastructure strategy, even if it lacks the will to fully implement it.
17 Apr 2013
The last environmental hurdle to the long-delayed Savannah River Harbor Expansion Project was cleared Wednesday when the
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.
09 Apr 2013
Newer engines and cleaner fuels have helped reduce total pollutants from port equipment and trucks, according to an air emissions inventory commissioned by the South Carolina Ports Authority.
02 Apr 2013
The South Carolina Ports Authority and the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control have extended their air quality partnership through 2018.
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.
13 Mar 2013
The South Carolina Ports Authority has revealed that a refrigerated warehouse business that rents part of its property in
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...
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.