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4:22 am on Friday September 2, 2011

Jobs, economic activity on the up as Amazon's new Midlands distribution center nears completion

Amazon It was only in June that the Amazon tax-break for jobs deal was finalized but already the new distribution center is nearing completion. And along with that some 2,000 seasonal and permanent jobs are due to start by year's end and a host of...
9:00 am on Thursday September 1, 2011

Jobs, economic activity on the up as Amazon's new Midlands distribution center nears completion

Amazon It was only in June that the Amazon tax-break for jobs deal was finalized but the new distribution center is already nearing completion. With it comes approximately 2,000 seasonal and permanent jobs, due to start by year's end, and a host of...
3:22 am on Monday August 29, 2011

Jobs, economic activity on the up as Amazon's new Midlands distribution center nears completion

Image by AmazonIt was only in June that the Amazon tax-break for jobs deal was finalized but already the new distribution center is nearing completion. And along with that some 2,000 seasonal and permanent jobs are due to start by year's end and a...
4:33 am on Friday August 5, 2011

Downtown distribution center to connect local farmers with local chefs

Image by Flickr user awsheffieldBack in 2010, the Coastal Conservation League purchased a 10,000-square-foot warehouse space in downtown Charleston to facilitate the sales of local farm-fresh produce to local chefs. The produce distribution center's...
12:11 pm on Saturday April 2, 2011

Amazon bringing 1,250 jobs to Columbia with new distribution center (update: mounting pressure on deal)

Image by AmazonUpdate April 2, perspective: More than a month later the deal is still facing pressure and Amazon is saying that they could soon provide twice as many jobs as originally expected, as many as 3,000 full-time positions. The State has a...
4:19 am on Tuesday May 25, 2010

Downtown distribution center to connect local farmers with local chefs

Image by Flickr user Matt HammThe Coastal Conservation League recently purchased a 10,000-square-foot warehouse space in downtown Charleston that is going to facilitate the sales of local farm-fresh produce to local chefs. The produce distribution...
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