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MOULTRIE NEWS: Record crowd celebrates port success at gala

A mention of Jessica’s position on the 2015 executive board for the Maritime Association of South Carolina.     More than 600 maritime community leaders assembled Friday, Jan. 30, at the Charleston Area Convention Center to celebrate the 89th anniversary of the Maritime Association of South Carolina, at which time its new board of directors was […]

Slingmakers publishes a memorial for Michael Marks

“…over the years he had daily contact with many folks in the industry. Whether in purchasing from our trusted vendors or processing sales orders to our valued customers, he will be missed by all.” See the full issue as a PDF here, or click the image below.

Mentioned in Online Journal of Boat Refurbisher

We were thrilled to see our company mentioned in this blog where the owner of the Oystercatcher (boat) needed a part for a trailer repair, and found exactly what he needed at Charleston’s Rigging and Marine Hardware! Read the full article here. Here’s what the author said: “Several days earlier, when I was on my way […]

BIZ TECH MAGAZINE: How Businesses Make the Most of Wireless Networks

Charleston’s Rigging is mentioned in this article about wireless networks and small businesses. Companies put wireless to the test by investing in Wi-Fi deployments and upgrades to boost services for workers and customers. byMelissa Delaney Melissa Delaney is a freelance journalist who specializes in business technology. She is a frequent contributor to the CDW family […]

CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Congratulations to Leadership Charleston Class of 2013

Including our very own Jessica Sage! The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce proudly announces the graduation of the Leadership Charleston Class of 2013 – the program’s 39th year. Since its inception in 1974, the mission of Leadership Charleston is to identify and motivate emerging leaders and to develop their leadership potential by introducing them to […]

Fishing for Miracles Presents Contribution to MUSC Children’s Hospital and CCA

From the Charleston Regional Business Journal. “Fishing for Miracles will celebrate its 20th anniversary as a local nonprofit, volunteer-based fishing tournament that benefits the MUSC Children’s Hospital Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and the Coastal Conservation Association of South Carolina. Fishing for Miracles has donated more than $600,000 to those causes. This year’s tournament is Aug. […]

WIRE ROPE EXCHANGE: Growing up Charleston

Independence Day came early this past year atCharleston’s Rigging in South Carolina – at least that was the joke circulating around family get-togethers in the Sawin family last summer.  July 1st, 2011, marked the date that new owners and siblings Jessica Sage and Skip Sawin took ownership of Charleston’s Rigging and Carolina’s Rigging from parents […]

CHARLESTON BUSINESS JOURNAL – Next generation assumes ownership of rigging company

By Chuck Crumbo ccrumbo@scbiznews.com Published Nov. 30, 2011 CHARLESTON — There’s a new brother and sister act in the supply chain business — Skip Sawin and Jessica Sage. Sawin and Sage are the new owners of Charleston’s Rigging/Carolina’s Rigging, buying the business from their parents, Rick and Valerie Sawin. Mom and Dad established the business, […]

MARLINELINK.COM: New Ownership at Charleston / Carolina’s Rigging

Established in 1988 by Rick and Valerie Sawin as Charleston’s Rigging and Marine Hardware, firm has played significant roles in supplying products to support the construction of the Arthur Ravenel Bridge, raising The Hunley, and now transitions to the next generation. Jessica Sage, Chief Financial Officer and Skip Sawin, Chief Operating Officer for Charleston’s Rigging […]

POST & COURIER: Building Rigging Business Takes Balance

With its racks of spud wrenches, hoists and shackles, its reels of heavy steel cable and its shelves and bins of slings and bolts, Charleston’s Rigging and Marine Hardware Inc. might seem like no place for a lady. Nevertheless, company President Valerie Sawin has been right at home here since she and her husband Rick, […]