Charleston pursues second inland port after Greer success

Charleston pursues second inland port after Greer success

Hot on the heels of a record-setting March for South Carolina’s inland port in Greer, the South Carolina Ports Authority announced Wednesday that it plans to pursue a second inland facility near the North Carolina border.

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