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SC Ports halts operations due to software issue

South Carolina Ports (SC Ports) has announced delays at its terminals and inland port operations, including gates, due to technical issues.

SC Ports said it is trying to bring systems back online. SC Ports is working to resume all operations as quickly as possible following a vendor software issue that impacted a server.

"We are working through some issues bringing our gate systems back up," noted SC Ports. "While we work through this, no cargo pick up or drop off will occur during this time."

Work is progressing, and many systems have been restored, according to SC Ports adding that it will communicate all updates as soon as possible.

SC Ports said in an update that it "has made further progress on the gate issue, but it is not entirely resolved."

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