The Port of Charleston was seventh-busiest in the United States in 2017 for imported cargo, according to a report by global trade analyst Descartes Datamyne.
COLUMBIA — A decade-long nuclear project at the Savannah River Site was temporarily saved Thursday, as a federal judge seeks to decide whether the U.S. Department of Energy can end the trouble…
An Israeli-owned mineral and chemical company is relocating its Ohio business to Dorchester County, where it plans to ramp up production of fertilizers later this year.
The Charleston region's newest — and most unique — industrial park is getting a familiar name for its first outside investor.
A manufacturer of flat-rolled aluminum for the construction and other industries is planning an expansion of its Goose Creek mill that will add about 50 jobs to its workforce.
The state-owned electric utility will break ground this week on Camp Hall — a roughly 4,000-acre business park adjacent to the Volvo Cars manufacturing campus
Joan Robinson-Berry, who took over Boeing Co.'s operations in North Charleston in June 2016, is heading to Plano, Texas, to take a job with the aerospace giant's Global Services division.
The defense contractor ManTech International has opened a pair of warehouses in the Lowcountry that will house the parts that go into the military’s mine-resistant vehicles.
A bill making its way through the U.S. Senate could ensure the federal government pays its fair share for Charleston Harbor deepening and other projects that are funded in part by states and o…
Over the past decade, the Charleston region's economy has been driven by things that travel by water or by air. In 2018, the area will add ground transportation to that mix.
A Lowcountry boat manufacturer that nearly moved its business out of state a decade ago is looking to double its workforce and ramp up production.
A manufacturer of corrugated packaging is expanding its North Charleston site with $3.25 million worth of new equipment and machinery, the company said Tuesday.
The Lowcountry may be having traffic problems, but many of the people sitting in their cars every day have brought something else to the region: prosperity.
For the first time in years, there is more cargo leaving the Port of Charleston than entering.
COLUMBIA — It's a familiar story in South Carolina: Nuclear contractors fail to produce a reliable schedule, start construction with just a fraction of design finished, and let pipes and other…
The State Ports Authority will keep the gates at its busiest terminal open for extended hours as long as the nearby Wando River bridge is closed so truckers will have flexibility in moving the…
Cargo shippers, known for their insistence on reliability and efficiency, might seek alternatives to the Port of Charleston in the time it will take to repair the Wando River bridge, with anal…
The Volvo sedans that will roll off the automaker's South Carolina assembly line this year will be the company's first vehicle to hit the market without a diesel engine option.
Congress is considering legislation that would let 18-year-olds drive commercial trucks on interstate routes as lawmakers look for ways to help ease a nationwide shortage that could threaten cargo shipments at the Port of Charleston and other seaports.
Container ships are more frequently arriving late at the Port of Charleston and other seaports, according to a new report from SeaIntel Maritime Analysis.
Companies in South Carolina say they're having a tough time finding qualified workers to fill thousands of good-paying jobs.
Each month, the State Ports Authority in South Carolina publishes the average amount of time it takes truckers to move through its container terminals.
A North Charleston-based spirits producer plans to churn out even more refined alcohol products this year.
DHEC's decision to clean up the Viva property follows last month's Post and Courier report that showed how lax rules left mountains of mosquito-infested tires at the plants in Moncks Corner and Anderson.
Volvo Cars and Mercedes-Benz Vans saw double-digit increases in sales in April as South Carolina's vehicle makers got a boost from the springtime surge of new-car and commercial vehicle buyers.
Gov. Henry McMaster on Tuesday asked state health officials to clean up a closed recycling facility in Moncks Corner where hundreds of thousands of tires have been abandoned near a residential…
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