Add Teaser herOn Wednesday, House Bill 5303, The Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2016, passed in the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 399-25, moving the Charleston Harbor Deepening Project closer to fruition.
The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) recently published its 2016 fiscal year-end operating earnings, amounting to $39 million with revenues reaching $211 million and operating expenses totaling $172 million.
The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) recently received a delivery of two super post-Panamax cranes from China’s Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industry Co. Ltd. to improve the port’s readiness for big ships.
For the fiscal year ending June 30, South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) announced growth in both container volume and breakbulk tonnage at Charleston sites, along with significant cargo volume at its Inland Port in Greer.
Welcoming its first Post-Panamax size ship—a vessel of enormous proportions—to Charleston, the South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) greeted the Hannover Bridge’s arrival this week after its passage through a newly expanded Panama Canal.
South Carolina Ports Authority president and CEO Jim Newsome was honored recently by the Agriculture Transportation Coalition (AgTC) when the organization chose Newsome as its first-ever Person of the Year.
A new financial plan for the year 2017 will see ports in South Carolina register 6 percent pier container growth, $226.1 million in operating revenues, $40.8 million in operating earnings and capital expenditures of $248 million.