Pups and the Port! Even dogs appreciate freight moving at #SCPorts! Thanks for sending us this photo, Kyle Kelly. #theworldconnectshere
First pair of rubber-tired gantry (RTG) runway beams for #SCPorts Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal (HLT) were completed on March 27. Phase One of the facility will have 25 hybrid RTG cranes. As the country's newest container terminal, Phase One --which opens March 2021--will add 700,000 twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) of capacity to S.C. Ports. Photos by: Walter Lagarenne/ SCPA #theworldconnectshere #chs52
Three vessels, which include a 14,400 TEU, 13,0000 TEU and 8,000 TEU, about to start working at #SCPorts Wando Welch Terminal. 13 cranes deployed to keep freight moving. The South Carolina maritime community is working hard to ensure goods get delivered. #theworldconnectshere
#SCPorts RTG operators loading trucks at Wando Welch Terminal. RTG stands for rubber-tired gantry, which is the type of crane you see in the photos. #theworldconnectshere 📸:English Purcell/S.C. Ports
#SCPorts Updated Statement 3/30/2020: Carnival extends pause in operations until May 11. The vessel will remain at #SCPorts Columbus Street Terminal. READ MORE by visiting the link in our bio.
The fifth and final ship-to-shore (STS) crane for Phase One of #SCPorts Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal was raised over the weekend in Shanghai. These STS cranes will have 169-feet of lift height. #theworldconnectshere #chs52
#SCPorts statement 3/19/2020. Following Carnival’s suspension of operations, the vessel remains at Columbus Street Terminal.
#SCPorts joined efforts with Wounded Nature - Working Veterans this weekend creating oyster reefs and cleaning up Drum Island. SCPA recently restored the area back into salt marsh, which included planting more than 100,000 native species of marsh vegetation. #theworldconnectshere #chs52 “Anyone walking or biking the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge can watch these plants grow over time,” said Mark Messersmith, S.C. Ports Authority’s Permitting Manager. “The restoration of this salt marsh is significant to the Charleston Harbor watershed and is an important environmental commitment of the Port.