#SCPorts President & CEO Jim Newsome delivers his 12th State of the Port Address with updates on infrastructure, the new global supply chain, and strategic initiatives for the SC Ports Authority. More information here. #TomorrowIsHere
As we count down to the opening of #SCPorts Hugh Leatherman Terminal, Walter Lagarenne (SC Ports Director of Engineering and Permitting), Lucy Terza (SC Ports Project Manager) and Butch Weber (SC Ports Project Manager) share the in-depth timelime of how this world-class facility is being engineered. #TomorrowIsHere
#SCPorts Chief Operating Officer (COO) Barbara Melvin discusses construction at the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal and what the new facility means for the Port.
#SCPorts president and CEO Jim Newsome introduces the first video in our new series leading up to the opening of the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal (HLT).
Jim Newsome, who celebrates 10 years at the helm of #SCPorts this year, delivered his 11th State of the Port address to nearly 1,000 executives, elected officials, SCPA customers and members of the maritime community.
#SCPorts reports another successful year, handling record cargo volumes, rail moves and inland port activity in fiscal year 2019. SCPA president & CEO Jim Newsome discusses the results.
#SCPorts President & CEO Jim Newsome delivers the 2018 State of the Port Address on October 29, 2018.
#SCPorts Achieves Record Container Volume in 2018 Fiscal Year
#SCPorts Heavy Lift Maintenance Department
Congratulatory Messages for Harbor Deepening Celebration.
SC Ports President & CEO Jim Newsome gives a CY 2017 update.
#SCPorts President & CEO Jim Newsome delivers the 2017 State of the Port Address on September 11, 2017.
SC Ports President & CEO Jim Newsome gives a FY 2017 update.
June 6, 2017 – Great video from Skyview Aerial Solutions of the OOCL France working at our Wando terminal. This ship is now the largest to call the East Coast and the Port of Charleston. #keepingfreightmoving #chs52
Saturday, May 13, 2017 we welcomed the largest ship to ever call the US East Coast and the Port of Charleston, the COSCO Shipping Lines Development. The ship, which measures 1,200 feet long and 158 feet wide, can transport up to 13,092 TEUs. She spans the size of EIGHT Statues of Liberty!