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Carolinas Still Reeling from Florence, an Industrial Info Market Brief
Industry Segment: Power | Word Count: 158 Words
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The effects of Hurricane Florence continue to play havoc on industry in the Carolinas as many roads remain closed, slowing transportation logistics for railways and port operations. Damage for the industrial community of the region appears to be relatively minimal, considering the record level of rain that has accumulated in the area over the past several days. Visit our Disaster Impact Tracker tool to learn which power units remain offline as a result of this hurricane event. Click here for the latest Disaster Impact Summary on Florence.
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