Fort Mill is now home to two of South Carolina's publicly traded companies, with the recent stock market debut of Diversey Holdings Ltd.
ES Integrated purchased a 9-acre property with a 35,000 square foot facility in Moncks Corner that will serve as the company's field operations facility.
Container vessels operated by the Ocean Alliance and The Alliance — shipping line consortiums that account for about 45 percent of the SPA's revenues — will now be re-routed to the Wando Welch Terminal in Mount Pleasant.
The move is part of Ingevity's plan to add to its core specialty chemicals business with new ventures that focus on human health and renewable natural gas, something the company calls Ingevity 2.0.
The benefits of owning an electric car depend on where you live.
Mark Bonsall said "these are the things that will actually move the needle" to keep power prices in check.
Charleston maritime officials are making another attempt at solving the chassis crisis facing South Carolina's truckers, with plans to spend $160 million on new equipment used to haul cargo boxes over highways.
Sustained record-setting cargo moving between the Upstate and the Charleston waterfront has the State Ports Authority looking to expand its Greer transportation hub, with the rail-served site …
The Commerce Department has asked legislators to earmark $51 million of a proposed $550 million bond debt to pay off an interagency loan made to Charleston-based Palmetto Railways.
The shipping line and Charleston's port have benefited from a consumer spending spree that's been driven largely by online sales.
Analysts are sounding the alarm about shortages of a raw material needed for tire and auto manufacturing, but South Carolina companies say they haven't yet experienced a problem.
Donna Brin and her company bFIVE40 recently won the “Pitch Perfect” competition, sponsored by Coca-Cola, for the difference they are making through bringing modern brands sustainable alternatives.
Education leaders look for ways to reverse enrollment declines at SC's technical colleges as manufacturers call for highly skilled workers.
The International Longshoremen's Association is seeking $200 million in damages against Hapag-Lloyd.
Statewide, manufacturers employ as many as 294,642 people — far greater than previous estimates of about 258,400 jobs.
Owners of the popular Quigley's Pint & Plate locations are proposing a 4,000-square-foot brewery, accompanying pavilion and artisan village made of repurposed shipping containers on U.S. 17 just south of Wachesaw Road.
Barzan Aeronautical, a spy drone-maker, plans to set up an aircraft manufacturing facility at Charleston Executive Airport on Johns Island, according to site plans.
U.S. Supreme Court will hear the legal dispute, but it might be too late for one of the parties.
A solar panel company from Nashville could turn a timber site off Saints Delight Road into a solar farm as early as 2023.
Extra money coming to South Carolina this year could fund $550 million in port projects, governor says.
The bill would exclude public utilities from tax breaks that were part of the gas-tax legislation passed in 2017 to fix South Carolina's roads.
BrightMa Farms, a Black-owned "ag tech" operation in Berkeley County, is developing hemp solutions for the state's farmers. To do so, it is partnering with HBCUs, businesses and nonprofits, with the hope of empowering a new generation of Black farmers.
"A bold 2030 target is needed to catalyze a zero-emissions future, spur a robust economic recovery, create millions of well-paying jobs and allow the U.S. to 'build back better' from the pandemic,'' the businesses and investors said in a letter to President Joe Biden.
Businesses at North Myrtle Beach's Barefoot Landing are banking on pent-up demand from tourists to make the 2021 summer tourism season a success.
The Yorktown Express docked at the Leatherman Terminal at about 3 p.m. to become the debut vessel at the Port of Charleston's newest facility.
Barzan also drew on Boeing Co.'s expertise to improve the aircraft's payload, range and ability to be armed.
When the Yorktown Express docks at the Leatherman Terminal on Friday, it will cap nearly 20 years of highs and lows for the Port of Charleston's newest cargo facility.
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson and 13 of his counterparts in other states are urging federal legislators to oppose a measure they say would gut right-to-work laws that have weakened organized labor, particularly in the South.
An ongoing online buying binge by consumers still stuck mostly at home by the pandemic led to the biggest month for cargo in the Port of Charleston's history in March.
Famed golfer Greg Norman announced he's 'skinning down' his $400 million empire on a podcast late last week, which left questions about the future of two of his properties in North Myrtle Beach.
The push toward EVs comes as the technology is about to gain wider acceptance from U.S. drivers.
A vacation to Cuba sparked the idea for one of the Southeast's fastest-growing beer brands, and the company's founders see bigger things ahead.
When it's fully built out in the next decade, the 280-acre, three-berth terminal along the Cooper River will double the Port of Charleston's existing cargo capacity.
The North Charleston plant will build the next-generation e-Sprinter for the U.S. and Canadian markets beginning during the second half of 2023.
The program, which allows 24 weeks of paid leave, is one of the most generous policies in the U.S.
Board members for Santee Cooper approved a contract last week that will provide about 300 megawatts of power to the smelter, allowing Century to boost production and hire about 70 more people.
Wall Street's version of a drought has come to an end in South Carolina.
The company, which has its largest manufacturing plant in South Carolina's Upstate, said it hopes electrified cars will make up at least half of all annual sales by 2025.
Renovating downtown historic buildings in the arts and innovation district could be offset up to 70 percent for potential investors and business owners, thanks to historic tax credits.
A Volvo spokesperson said the availability of semiconductor chips is expected to remain unstable through the first half of this year.
The National Labor Relations Board issued a stipulation that lets the Leatherman Terminal in North Charleston open in the next few weeks pending a hearing's outcome.
The Georgia Ports Authority has until September to approve the agreement or the deal is off the table.
The bill would let the S.C. secretaries of transportation and commerce vote on matters and attend executive sessions.
The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce annual outlook goes back 30 years. "In March of last year, everything changed," the group's researcher said.
"The imports aren’t arriving as scheduled," said Rick Todd, president and CEO of the S.C. Trucking Association, which represents hundreds of trucking and logistics firms around the state. "This causes hardships for the importers, motor carriers, ultimately the customer and drives up transportation pricing."
County Councilman calls out retailer for poor customer service, but incentive agreement passes anyway.
London-based GFG Alliance has lost its top financial backer and is looking for funding to keep its steel mills operating.
Charleston's cruise ship debate interrupts discussion of a plan to borrow $550 million for the Port of Charleston.
Gov. Henry McMaster called for a review of the state power grid after widespread electric outages crippled the heart of the nation's energy patch a few weeks ago.
Volvo's ambitious plans to build only all-electric vehicles by 2030 will give the automaker's Charleston-area plant a charge.