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SC Ports welcomes American solar manufacturer

South Carolina Ports Authority has announced that First Solar, Inc., America’s largest solar manufacturer, has selected Greenville, South Carolina, for its new distribution hub...

New joint venture launches at the Port of Charleston

Marine Terminals Corporation – East (Ports America), Ceres Marine Terminals Inc. (Ceres), and SSA Atlantic LLC (SSA) have announced they have formed a joint...

SC Ports proceeds with new container terminal construction

The Hugh K. Leatherman Sr. Terminal is taking shape along the Cooper River as South Carolina (SC) Ports Authority prepares to open the new...

Charleston’s port prepares for IMO 2020

A new rule that’s bobbing on the horizon is set to come ashore in 2020, requiring container ships that visit Charleston and other port...

Panama Canal is on a constant rise

Jim Newsome once would have laughed at the idea of mega-ships hauling 14,000 containers docking at the Port of Charleston on a regular basis. That...

“More cranes” is Charleston port’s priority

With the third and final wharf at Wando Welch Terminal now back in operation, the State Ports Authority is in the market for some new ship-to-shore cranes. “We really want...

State Ports Authority prepares an expansion

As its inland port in Greer marked its fifth year of operations, the State Ports Authority said Friday (Oct. 19) it is planning an...

North Charleston rail hub closer to the green light

A rail yard where cargo boxes moving through the Port of Charleston would be transferred on and off freight trains has received a key...

Ports suspend their operations due to Hurricane Florence

Ports are closing. Farmers are moving hogs to high ground. Dealers are parking cars in service bays for refuge. And up to 3 million...
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Hapag-Lloyd invests in LNG retrofit

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Lines argue FMC has no jurisdiction in chassis dispute

The world’s biggest shipping lines have filed a motion to dismiss a US$1.8 billion complaint about equipment use in the US on the grounds...

DP World Australia expects to resolve dockers dispute

Dock workers in Port Botany, Sydney Australia, are expected to reach a negotiated agreement to their dispute with DP World Australia (DPWA) following a...