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Hurricane Matthew Alert


Impact of Hurricane Matthew

The states of Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina have experienced massive flooding, affecting both residents and businesses.  Thousands of people, homes, and businesses have been impacted across multiple counties according to reports from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and news agencies.

Dun & Bradstreet is closely monitoring the situation and is refraining from making any outgoing calls to the areas that are under a State of Emergency.  We are working to identify potentially impacted businesses and will provide a list of business entities affected by this event. We will update the scope as we learn more.

Business Impact of Hurricane Matthew

As of October 18, 2016, we have identified 278,977 potentially impacted businesses across four states.

  • 87,931 in Florida
  • 39,539 in Georgia
  • 98,178 in North Carolina
  • 53,329 in South Carolina

Potentially Impacted Counties in Florida

The 87,931 potentially impacted businesses in the State of Florida is distributed across four counties:

  • 9,094 in Flagler
  • 4,650 in Putnam
  • 23,678 in St. Johns
  • 50,509 in Volusia

Potentially Impacted Counties in Georgia

The 39,539 potentially impacted businesses in the State of Georgia is distributed across seven counties:

  • 2,276 in Bryan
  • 4,070 in Bulloch
  • 21,058 in Chatham
  • 2,574 in Effingham
  • 7,230 in Glynn
  • 594 in McIntosh
  • 1,737 in Wayne

Potentially Impacted Counties in North Carolina

The 98,178 potentially impacted businesses in the State of North Carolina is distributed across 27 counties:

  • 3,108 in Beaufort
  • 917 in Bertie
  • 1,572 in Bladen
  • 2,910 in Columbus
  • 5,740 in Craven
  • 17,279 in Cumberland
  • 4,067 in Dare
  • 2,541 in Duplin
  • 2,318 in Edgecombe
  • 449 in Gates
  • 744 in Greene
  • 4,777 in Harnett
  • 1,461 in Hoke
  • 354 in Hyde
  • 7,996 in Johnston
  • 575 in Jones
  • 3,421 in Lenoir
  • 1,342 in Martin
  • 5,477 in Nash
  • 2,729 in Pender
  • 9,005 in Pitt
  • 5,274 in Robeson
  • 3,223 in Sampson
  • 196 in Tyrrell
  • 716 in Washington
  • 5,717 in Wayne
  • 4,270 in Wilson

Potentially Impacted Counties in South Carolina

The 53,329 potentially impacted businesses in the State of South Carolina is distributed across 17 counties:

  • 411 in Allendale
  • 582 in Bamberg
  • 1,000 in Barnwell
  • 11,194 in Beaufort
  • 2,331 in Colleton
  • 2,771 in Darlington
  • 1,181 in Dillon
  • 7,679 in Dorchester
  • 7,836 in Florence
  • 3,557 in Georgetown
  • 972 in Hampton
  • 1,323 in Jasper
  • 666 in Lee
  • 1,252 in Marion
  • 4,121 in Orangeburg
  • 4,976 in Sumter
  • 1,477 in Williamsburg

You can download a list of impacted companies in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, or the full list of companies as a pipe delimited text file.

We will provide regular updates and further information as it becomes available.

Tools and Resources

A number of resources will be available to help you assess and manage potential business and continuity risk, including the Impact Report, DNBi Customer Identification Guide, D&B Credit Customer Notice and the Business Impact Search Tool, updated regularly as we receive more information and complete our analysis.

The Business Impact Search Tool provides access to a searchable list of companies to find businesses located in the areas affected by Hurricane Matthew.  A complete downloadable list of businesses will also be available.  We're providing our free iUpdate service to help manage Dun & Bradstreet's information on your company. Use of the iUpdate service will add you to our marketing list.

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