CSX is expected to benefit from the latest South Carolina transportation infrastructure project aimed at moving state agriculture products to inland destinations.
South Carolina Ports Authority
The records keep coming for a key U.S. East Coast container gateway.
South Carolina will spend hundreds of millions of dollars to solidify its place as the fastest-growing East Coast container gateway.
CSX has added another South Carolina stop on its intermodal route to inland markets.
Container volume grew 9% in 2017 for the South Carolina Ports Authority, with a record-setting 2.2 million twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEU) handled during the year.
South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) on March 10, 2016 announced a significant enhancement to international intermodal rail service between the Port of Charleston and the Charlotte Regional Intermodal Facility at the Charlotte Douglass International Airport.