S.C. Ports Authority shakes things up as it looks to get more competitive

Image by Flickr user Montwerx Image by 20090803-cargo.jpg Oddly-shaped items are increasingly popular at the Charleston port as they require more labor and create more jobs.

The State Ports Authority is looking to add more labor-intensive cargo and is reorganizing sales teams to counteract a slide in business and a tough economy.

Hop on over to The Post and Courier to read Allyson Bird's article.

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