South Carolina Ports (Source: South Carolina Ports)


In February, South Carolina Ports (SC Ports) handled 202,349 TEUs, marking a slight increase compared to the same period in 2023.

Notably, the volume of imported goods containers increased by 11% compared to February last year, showing the strength of the economy in general.

The performance of inland ports and rail volumes remains high month after month. Inland Port Greer saw a sharp 26% increase in rail moves last month, totaling 15,801 moves compared to the same month last year. Similarly, Inland Port Dillon saw a 13% increase in rail moves, reaching 4,147 trips. Since the beginning of the financial year, the two inland ports serving rail have seen strong growth, with a combined increase of 34% over the previous year, handling a total of 151,324 containers.

In addition, in February, SC Ports handled 15,555 vehicles, down 2% over the same period last year. Despite this, the vehicle segment has shown a significant growth of 16% during fiscal year 2024, with a total of 144,415 vehicles passing through the docks since July.

Furthermore, South Carolina Ports has seamlessly handled large vessels and increased container volumes at the Wando Welch Terminal, as import activity shows a rebound.

“Our bold infrastructure investments and stellar maritime workforce provide highly productive port service for our customers. We provide the speed, reliability and connectivity that our customers depend on to thrive,” said Barbara Melvin, president and CEO of SC Ports.


Source: (According to ContainerNews ) - Vietnam's First International Logistics Marketplace

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