The port of Charleston in South Carolina is linked to Charlotte by a Norfolk Southern rail line. It is one of many east coast ports preparing to accept larger ships through Panama Canal’s new locks.
The port of Charleston in South Carolina is linked to Charlotte by a Norfolk Southern rail line. It is one of many east coast ports preparing to accept larger ships through Panama Canal’s new locks. Ariana Lindquist Bloomberg
The port of Charleston in South Carolina is linked to Charlotte by a Norfolk Southern rail line. It is one of many east coast ports preparing to accept larger ships through Panama Canal’s new locks. Ariana Lindquist Bloomberg

Carolinas ports getting ready for bigger ships from Panama Canal

June 24, 2016 7:01 PM

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