South Carolina wins with wine and peanuts

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South Carolina Ports Authority (SC Ports) this week is celebrating two new projects that will take advantage of the export market through the Port of Charleston. . Our team is proud that our efficient operations will directly benefit farmers throughout the Carolinas.”.

July container volumes boom at South Carolina ports

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South Carolina ports moved a record volume of containers in July, the first month of its 2021-2022 fiscal year. Related links: South Carolina Ports Authority boasts record 2021 fiscal year. South Carolina wins with wine and peanuts.

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Container boom continued in August for South Carolina ports

The Supply Chain Journal

Container volumes didn’t back down in August, with volumes 12% higher at the Port of Charleston than they were a year ago, the South Carolina Ports Authority said Thursday. Related links: FreightWaves Classics: South Carolina Ports Authority contributes significantly to state economy.

South Carolina Ports Authority boasts record 2021 fiscal year

The Supply Chain Journal

South Carolina Ports Authority celebrated a banner year for its Port of Charleston complex. South Carolina wins with wine and peanuts. The port system handled a record 2.55 million TEUs in its fiscal year that ended on June 30, a 9.6%

Judge rules South Carolina Ports can continue using nonunion labor

The Supply Chain Journal

A National Labor Relations Board judge ruled Thursday that the International Longshoremen’s Association cannot force the use of union labor at the Port of Charleston in South Carolina and ordered it to drop. ILA lawsuit throttles South Carolina container terminal traffic.

South Carolina Ports CEO unpacks increasing pressure on ports

The Supply Chain Journal

In an exclusive interview with FreightWaves, Jim Newsome, CEO and president of South Carolina Ports Authority, unpacked three causes of congestion challenges. the rail-served inland port in upstate South Carolina, which can access 94 million consumers within a one-day truck trip. .

ILA sues for $200M over nonunion labor in South Carolina

The Supply Chain Journal

Leatherman Terminal in North Charleston, South Carolina. It was cause for celebration for the South Carolina Ports Authority. South Carolina Ports defends hybrid labor model. South Carolina Ports breaks all-time container record.

FreightWaves Classics: South Carolina Ports Authority contributes significantly to state economy

The Supply Chain Journal

The ports of Georgetown and Charleston are managed by the South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA). An agency of the State of South Carolina, the SCPA owns and operates the port facilities. Image: South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium).

FreightWaves Classics: I-20 connects Texas to the East Coast

The Supply Chain Journal

Interstate 20 (I-20) is a major east-west interstate highway that begins in western Texas, then serves as a connection through the northern tier of the Deep South states. I-20 starts east of Kent, Texas, at I-10 and ends at I-95 in Florence, South Carolina. South Carolina.

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Port of Charleston importing more consumer goods ‘than ever before’

The Supply Chain Journal

The South Carolina Ports Authority largely has escaped the national mainstream media glare on U.S. South Carolina Ports had a record May for containers handled at the Port of Charleston, marking the third consecutive month of record volume,” a spring report said.

1 month, 1 million-plus containers at Port of LA

The Supply Chain Journal

The Port of Long Beach and South Carolina Ports Authority last week also reported record Mays.

Port of Charleston cargo volume up nearly 28% year-over-year

The Supply Chain Journal

South Carolina Ports reported a record April for cargo handled at the Port of Charleston. The South Carolina Ports Authority said it moved 225,137 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) across the Wando Welch, North Charleston and Hugh K.

Broken records: ‘Historic cargo surge’ still making waves at US ports

The Supply Chain Journal

South Carolina Ports Authority. American Shipper Container Maritime News Top Stories container records Georgia Ports Authority import surge Port of Charleston Port of Long Beach Port of Savannah South Carolina Ports Authority“If I had a nickel for every time I heard …”.

Rail-related projects included in $905M infrastructure grants

The Supply Chain Journal

The freight rail-related projects receiving awards involve multiple public and private stakeholders, such as the one between CSX (NASDAQ: CSX) and a South Carolina state agency to build rail track for auto manufacturers needing to connect to CSX’s network.

Among Piers: Container record, terminal opening and COVID-19 vaccines

The Supply Chain Journal

Cargo is moving at South Carolina Ports’ newly opened Hugh K. The South Carolina Ports Authority filed permits in 2003 to develop a container terminal on the south end of the former Navy base in North Charleston. South Carolina Ports finding groove with rail.

Supply Chain News on Volvo Picks South Carolina for New Plant, as Battle Royale with UAW Likely on Schedule for 2018

Supply Chain Digest

Big Win for the Palmetto State, as Most New North American Auto Plants Going to Mexico of Late

McLeod Health to Roll Out Tecsys’ End-to-End Supply Chain Execution Solution Across Hospital System

Tecsys

South Carolina-based hospital system invests in Tecsys’ Elite™ Healthcare to create modern supply chain… The post McLeod Health to Roll Out Tecsys’ End-to-End Supply Chain Execution Solution Across Hospital System appeared first on Tecsys.

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College:  University of South Carolina, Business - Accounting. Parker CMC Networking. About UCLA Parker CMC. The UCLA Anderson Parker Career Management Center is comprised of Career Coaches and Executives-in-Residence, who partner with students to define, pursue and achieve their post-MBA career goals, and the Campus Recruiting Team, which cultivates relationships with companies to connect them with the right MBA talent. Parker CMC Site.

Southeast ports and carriers agree to upgrade chassis pool

The Supply Chain Journal

Port officials in Savannah, Georgia; Jacksonville, Florida; and Wilmington, North Carolina, along with the Ocean Carrier Equipment Management Association, have signed an agreement to upgrade and expand the South Atlantic Chassis Pool (SACP).

Tropical Storm Elsa closing in on US

The Supply Chain Journal

Elsa will then move through Georgia and South Carolina Wednesday and Thursday. The storm could produce 3 to 5 inches of rain across portions of southeastern Georgia and the Lowcountry of South Carolina, with isolated totals of up to 8 inches.

Maersk Air Cargo operates its inaugural scheduled service to Korea

Logistics Middle East

The new trans-pacific service marks Maersk Air Cargo's first flight, as well as the first scheduled air cargo operation between the state of South Carolina and Asia.

Land CMA CGM Marco Polo tour with ‘most beautiful’ photos

The Supply Chain Journal

Following the Port of Savannah, the Marco Polo will call the Port of Charleston in South Carolina on Friday. The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) will be providing updates on the Marco Polo’s progress on Facebook , Instagram , Twitter and LinkedIn.

Tropical Storm Elsa kills 1 in Florida, injures several others

The Supply Chain Journal

Thursday, Elsa was centered 45 miles west of Florence, South Carolina, with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph. Myrtle Beach International Airport in South Carolina reported a sustained wind of 41 mph Thursday morning, with a gust of 54 mph.

Hapag-Lloyd and CMA CGM ‘temporarily’ steering 2 services away from Savannah

The Supply Chain Journal

The service instead will call South Carolina’s Port of Charleston, beginning with the scheduled arrival of the CMA CGM La Traviata on Nov. Jim Newsome, South Carolina Ports Authority president and CEO, said this week that the Port of Charleston has the bandwidth to handle more imports.

Flood risk rising in southern states

The Supply Chain Journal

Several more rounds of heavy rain will drench parts of the South the rest of the week, leading to potential flash flooding. It began Tuesday in South Carolina, with flash flooding in the Myrtle Beach and Florence areas, but this could happen in many more spots over the next several days.

Port restrictions remain as Elsa nears Florida landfall

The Supply Chain Journal

Elsa will cross southern Georgia and the Carolinas Wednesday night and Thursday. The NHC has issued storm surge warnings and tropical storm warnings for much of Florida’s west coast, with tropical storm warnings stretching along the Georgia and South Carolina coasts.

Hours-of-service waiver issued in wake of pipeline cyberattack

The Supply Chain Journal

In addition to the District of Columbia, FMCSA’s waiver applies to the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

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in Health Information Management from the Medical University of South Carolina. John D. McCullough CPHIMS, RHIA, MBA, Interim Associate Chief Information Officer & Executive Director, ITD Digital Business Applications. John D.

Congressional earmark aims to expand Port of Mobile container markets

The Supply Chain Journal

Sewell’s $2 million funding request would be used to purchase land for the project, located just south of Montgomery adjacent to a CSX [ NASDAQ: CSX ] rail line and close to two interstate highways.

Flood threat keeps trucking across South this week

The Supply Chain Journal

Flash flood watches are also in place from northeastern Florida to South Carolina. Interstate 95 from Jacksonville, Florida, to Charleston, South Carolina.

Hours-of-service waiver issued in wake of pipeline cyberattack

The Supply Chain Journal

In addition to the District of Columbia, FMCSA’s waiver applies to the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

Hurricane Florence path includes 4 port cities

DAT Solutions

Port of Wilmington, North Carolina - This port is right in the center of the hurricane path and is expected to be the hardest hit. Port of Charleston, South Carolina - This port will be CLOSED at least Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and possibly longer depending on conditions. More than 200,000 twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) passed through South Carolina Ports in August.

Plant-location decisions and potential supply chain risk

Kinaxis

Besides Texas—Toyota’s new North American headquarters—other states on the companies’ shortlist are Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina, WSJ reported, citing unnamed sources familiar with the potential investment. by Melissa Clow This guest post comes to us from Jim Fulcher , Blogger on the Supply Chain Expert Community.

Adapting in the Face of Change

Supply Chain Shaman

Unresolved labor issues in the Leathermen Terminal in Charleston South Carolina and contract negotiations for 22,000 dock workers in the ports of LA and Long Beach hang heavy.

Stormy week ahead for many US truckers

The Supply Chain Journal

Louis; Evansville, Indiana; Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky; Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama; Atlanta; Columbia, South Carolina; as well as Charlotte, North Carolina. Dicey weather could slow down truckers and supply chains this week across the eastern half the country.

FreightWaves Classics: The Atlantic Coast Line was one of several strong Southern railroads

The Supply Chain Journal

The ACL was a very profitable, well-managed railroad that served a large portion of the South. It ran from Richmond, Virginia south to Florida and west to Birmingham, Alabama. It served its namesake city and Garysburg, North Carolina. In 1920, the U.S.

FreightWaves Classics: Interstate 14 moves traffic in central Texas…

The Supply Chain Journal

The 14th Amendment provides for equal rights to all persons in the United States, which is of particular importance in the Deep South. The legislation calls for the extension of I-14 to Odessa, as well as the proposed route to South Carolina. On June 26, 1956, the U.S.

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This Week in Logistics News (April 16 – 22)

Logistics Viewpoints

South Carolina prohibits importation of some birds due to avian flu. This past Monday marked the first normal Boston Marathon since 2019, as the 2020 marathon was canceled due to the Covid pandemic, and the 2021 marathon was shifted to October with a smaller field.

Montreal-based ENERGY Transportation Group opens Chattanooga office

The Supply Chain Journal

that covers Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama, is a significant manufacturing, logistics and distribution hub.

The Log Book: ‘Excellence’ earns veterans fully loaded Kenworths

The Supply Chain Journal

He later was an Army trainer at Penn State and an Army ROTC instructor in South Carolina before becoming a U.S. The Log Book is a weekly rundown of human-interest stories related to the transportation industry.