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The chemical industry supply chain services company will establish an export facility in Berkeley County, creating more than 60 new jobs.


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The chemical industry supply chain services company will establish an export facility in Berkeley County, creating more than 60 new jobs.

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A&R Logistics, Inc. Investing $60M In South Carolina

The chemical industry supply chain services company will establish an export facility in Berkeley County, creating more than 60 new jobs.

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