Georgia Pacific blamed the moves on a sluggish new-home construction market, saying demand "has not returned to pre-recession levels."
A business that customizes Sprinter vans for Mercedes-Benz Vans is expanding its operations and setting a new goal. Spartan Motors plans to invest $1.15 million at its Fain Street production site and hire 308 employees.
Construction on the 600-mile Atlantic Coast Pipeline has been on hold since December 2018 due to legal challenges over its federal permits. It's now up to the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether work can continue on the project.
The list of potential candidates for South Carolina's main utility regulator include a former state lawmaker, a previous Mount Pleasant councilman and three of the commission's current members.
South Carolina's Department of Commerce was notified last year that one of the state's tire manufacturers allegedly owed millions of dollars in unpaid debts while the company moved to finalize a deal for additional state tax benefits.
After years of losing market share to the Port of Charleston and other Southeast seaports, the West Coast is fighting back.
The goal is to make the aging wire-rod plant more competitive and "secure the long-term future of the site,” a company executive said Monday.
ORANGEBURG — A Swedish supplier to Volvo and other automakers has cut the ribbon on its Orangeburg plant, the first site in North America for Gnotec.
The number of manufactured homes shipped to South Carolina has doubled in four years, and complaints about quality have followed.
BMW's decision to build a manufacturing campus in South Carolina paved the way for Boeing, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz Vans and others.
Griff Lynch wants to reassure South Carolina port officials and legislators:
The South Carolina State Ports Authority and Charleston's port were on the ropes. It was a challenge Jim Newsome couldn't resist.
Peach State's top maritime official says the long-planned shipping terminal is "still in our future, but it's probably more in the 2040 time frame."
A record number of workers were employed in South Carolina in August, and the state's jobless figure dropped back down to a historic low of 3.2 percent.
GE Appliances is spending $60 million to switch to production of water heaters at its Camden facility. It will be the only GE plant in the U.S. making the new product line.
A Dorchester County company that designs and manufactures gun barrels and other high-precision machined parts plans to add 63 jobs and invest $9.5 million in its operations.
A previously disclosed plan to combine a North Charleston-based specialty textile manufacturer and part of a German company has been called off.
WestRock Co. announced a reconfiguration of its North Charleston paper mill Monday that will eliminate of 260 jobs in the first half of next year at one of the region's oldest industrial employers.
The W International site is expected to employ roughly 600 welders and fabricators in the next few years as the Defense Department awards contracts for construction of a next-generation Navy submarine and a new class of aircraft carriers.
Charleston County is poised to sell its shuttered incinerator property for $2.9 million to a company that is expected use the 17-acre site for cargo passing through its nearby port operation on the former Navy base.
Charleston County's plan to improve a key intersection in Mount Pleasant calls for a road layout that would be the first of its kind in South Carolina.
"We are now in a decaffeinated economy," says Joey Von Nessen of the Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina.
A Singapore-based tire manufacturer is being sued for failing to pay more than half a million dollars to a contractor that supplied temp workers at a plant in South Carolina.
BMW has unveiled its third-generation X6 sport-utility coupe — a bigger and faster version of the model that made its debut at the German automaker's South Carolina plant more than a decade ago.
A North Carolina-based distributor of industrial packaging materials that started as a newspaper is investing $4.5 million to add more space to its existing Dorchester County operations.
With all of its federal permits now in hand, Palmetto Railways has hired a Washington, D.C., lobbyist to help secure federal funding for a rail yard linked to a new container terminal under co…
The North Charleston and Wando Welch terminals handled a combined 1.9 million truck transactions last year, up nearly 5% from 2017.
A North Charleston manufacturer of vehicle transmission assemblies is closing its Leeds Avenue site as part of a companywide restructuring, with 85 workers set to lose their jobs.
The threat of new tariffs on Mexican imports would deal a blow to South Carolina's automotive industry by raising prices on roughly $800 million worth of car parts that America's neighbor to t…
The U.S. Trade Representative has denied a request by Volvo Cars for an exemption to 25 percent tariffs imposed on Chinese-made vehicles that are imported to the United States.
WASHINGTON — Bogged down in a sprawling trade dispute with U.S. rival China, President Donald Trump took steps Friday to ease tensions with America's allies — lifting import taxes on Canadian …
The Port of Charleston worked its biggest cargo ship on record last weekend, a milestone that came on the heels of another strong month on the waterfront.
ATLANTA — Machines are transforming the way textiles are produced — and they could fuel a comeback for the Southern textile industry.
Even in the hyped-up world of advertising, the truth can sometimes get stretched a little too far.
A "next generation" industrial park that broke ground a year ago in Berkeley County is about to get its first tenant space and a new nature trail that can be used by the public.
Dominion Energy South Carolina will appear on monthly bills and other correspondence starting Monday.
Along the Cooper River in North Charleston, dozens of students spend eight-hour days learning about mixed gas diving, ship husbandry and underwater welding.
South Carolina is a house that stands divided when it comes to the issue of offshore drilling in the Atlantic Ocean — at least if you are following legislation in Columbia.
Global logistics provider DHL Supply Chain said Tuesday it will open a $100 million distribution and warehouse center in St. George that will create about 450 jobs.
Wabco, a Swiss company with a 150-year history in the U.S., agreed to be acquired by a much larger German manufacturer for $7 billion.
Duke Energy's two electric utilities in South Carolina want to charge their customers a combined $225 million more per year to cover the cost of infrastructure improvements, new power plants, the environmental cleanup of coal ash and a nuclear project that never got off the ground.
A local organization for women working in the construction industry has quickly become the largest and fastest-growing chapter of its kind in the region. The organization has grown to represent almost 70 women.
The coffee was strong and so was the forecast for the 2019 economy.
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The redesigned S60 sedan that Volvo Cars builds near Charleston accounted for nearly one-fourth of U.S. sales in January as the automaker continued to build on record volumes even as profits a…
Anders Gustafsson, head of U.S. operations for Volvo Cars, told reporters at this month's North American International Auto Show that he's learned a lot about vehicle dealership franchise laws…
Volvo Cars set a global sales record in 2018 and sold more cars in the United States in more than a decade as the automaker's Charleston area-made S60 sedan started making its way to dealerships.
No one can predict with certainty what the economy will do in 2019, but this much is clear: The groundwork is in place for an active and memorable year in business.