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South Carolina Ports will close tomorrow and open on Monday

The South Carolina Ports Authority continues to closely monitor Hurricane Florence. Based on the conditions currently anticipated, following are the gate and vessel operations plans for all terminals. Please note that this is subject to change, and any updates will be provided through:

• Our website at http://www.scspa.com/
• Client Advisory email, sign up here http://www.scspa.com/advisories/
• And via social media channels @scports

Charleston Container

Wednesday – Normal operations for gates
Thursday – No vessel or gate operations
Friday – No vessel or gate operations
Saturday – No vessel or gate Operations
Sunday – Vessel and gate operations possible, depending on storm track/conditions
Monday – Normal operations are expected

Charleston Breakbulk

Wednesday – Normal operations for gates
Thursday – No vessel or gate operations
Friday – No vessel or gate operations
Saturday – No vessel or gate operations
Sunday – Vessel operations will depend on storm track/conditions
Monday – Normal operations are expected

Greer

Normal gate and terminal operations

Dillon Operations

Thursday – No train or gate operations
Friday – No train or gate operations
Sat/Sun- No train or gate operations
Monday – Normal operations are expected

Georgetown

Closed Thursday and Friday
Reopen Monday
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