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6:12 am on Monday February 10, 2014

Savannah port fire is finally out

With a smoke trail visible for miles, the warehouse filled with some 2,000 tons of rubber burned for 20 hours.
6:11 pm on Thursday July 18, 2013

Port of Charleston sees year-over-year growth in containers

The S.C. State Ports Authority handled nearly 1.6 million 20-foot equivalent units, or TEUs, during fiscal year 2013.
10:40 am on Tuesday June 25, 2013

S.C., Ga. work on joint port still inching along

Plans for a Jasper County terminal along the Savannah River continue to progress, but at a pace far too slow for many.
6:55 am on Thursday May 30, 2013

Tick uncovered in shipment to Port of Charleston

Inspection of a shipment of work gloves from Pakistan uncovered this quarter-inch sized tick of the Argas species that is known for carrying the West Nile Virus.
4:59 am on Thursday May 30, 2013

Charleston port seeing more shipping activity

The S.C. State Ports Authority reported year-over-year increases to its container volumes.
4:59 am on Friday May 24, 2013

Spruill Avenue I-26 exit to be torn down to make way for port interchange

To make way for Exit 218 in the 1960s homes came down, now it's coming down to make way for a new interchange.
8:08 am on Wednesday April 17, 2013

Jasper port valued at $1 billion, now is time to start construction

A report has valued the long-planned Jasper Ocean Terminal at $1 billion dollars and taking 13 years to develop, with a first-year viability in 2025.
11:07 am on Thursday April 4, 2013

Report: Savannah close to get harbor deepening dollars

8:04 am on Wednesday February 27, 2013

Massive MSC Maeva cargo ship calling on Charleston today

The behemoth MSC Maeva may be 35 feet shorter than the longest cargo ship to ever visit Charleston, but it's 1,065-foot long hull dwarfs the USS Yorktwon aircraft carrier by a whopping 192 feet.
4:05 am on Wednesday February 27, 2013

Massive MSC Maeva cargo ship calling on Charleston today

The behemoth MSC Maeva may be 35 feet shorter than the longest cargo ship to ever visit Charleston, but it's 1,065-foot long hull dwarfs the USS Yorktwon aircraft carrier by a whopping 192 feet.

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