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SC Ports to halt operations on 6 September in observance of Labor Day

The South Carolina Ports (SC Ports) Authority has announced it will be closed on Monday, 6 September in observance of Labor Day and will restart operations the next day.

In particular, the terminals Wando Welch, North Charleston and Hugh Leatherman will close on Monday and will resume normal operations on Tuesday from 5:00 am.

In addition, Columbus Street and Union Pier Terminals will also pause operations on 6 September and will come back to normal operations on the next day, from 7:30 am.

Regarding the SC Inland Port Greer, it will close one day before Labor Day, on Sunday at 18:00, and will be active again 24 hours later.

Lastly, the Terminal SC Inland Port Dillon will not be operational on Monday and will return to normal activities on Tuesday, 7 September from 6:00 am.

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