Wire rod, coils raise Port of Charleston imports
Aug 01, 2013 | 06:26 PM
| Samuel Frizell
NEW YORK Break-bulk cargo imports into the Port of Charleston, S.C., surged in its fiscal fourth quarter, primarily due to steel coil and wire rod tonnages, as well as steel billets, the port said July 31.
The ports Union Pier Terminal handled 50,079 tons of non-containerized freight during the quarter ended June 30, up 84.7 percent from 27,109 tons during the preceding three quarters combined.....
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