US inland ports make headway as shippers eye ‘crucial speed-to-market’

Tyre maker Michelin is ramping up its use of Inland Port Greer in South Carolina, bringing in products from its facility ten miles away for onward distribution..
So far it has moved raw materials through the port, but now, said Julie Branham, supply chain manager for Michelin North America: “Port Greer enables Michelin to seamlessly import materials and export tyres to global markets through the port of Charleston.”
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