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Reefer Express Goes Green

Reefer Express Goes Green

Health, safety and the environment were considerations when Reefer Express upgraded its lift equipment in use at GPA’s Garden City Terminal.

“We have to protect what we have,” said Rick Redding, Reefer Express general manager. “We only have one environment and if we don't protect it now we won't have it.”

Monday, March 7, 2016/Number of views (5654)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 3.0
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Port Logistics Group enters Savannah market

Port Logistics Group enters Savannah market

Diversifies service offerings with new 685,000 square-foot location

Port Logistics Group has opened operations in Savannah with two new distribution customers.

“The addition of another national third-party logistics provider in Savannah will offer greater choice and increased competition for customers seeking 3PL services,” said Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Curtis Foltz. “Port Logistics’ presence here will also serve to further market the Port of Savannah as the company lures new customers here to serve the U.S. Southeast.”

Thursday, February 18, 2016/Number of views (6127)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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CPE America Adds Georgia for U.S. Headquarters

CPE America Adds Georgia for U.S. Headquarters

CPE America has made Georgia its U.S. headquarters for sales, service and rental.

 The company specializes in concrete pumps used in housing, commercial and industrial construction projects. The pumps reach heights up to 200 feet.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016/Number of views (6595)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 4.0
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East West Logistics International to Develop Twiggs County Project

East West Logistics International to Develop Twiggs County Project

The Development Authority of the City of Jeffersonville and Twiggs County has announced that East West Logistics International, a Georgia-California partnership, has secured an option on 259 acres in the Interstate 16 Industrial Park in Twiggs County, Georgia for a warehouse and logistics development.

The project, which will be constructed in phases, has the potential to reach up to 2 million square feet in warehouse, distribution and light manufacturing operations. The development will be built to suit each tenant as they are secured with an initial 100,000 square foot warehouse to be built as soon as all permitting and land development planning is complete.

 

Friday, January 22, 2016/Number of views (6366)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Why SHEP Matters

Why SHEP Matters

Ultimately, deepening Savannah’s harbor is about people

It’s easy to look at the Georgia Ports Authority and think about the things moved across the docks - everything from automobiles made in Tennessee to pecans grown in Georgia. But when thinking about Georgia’s ports, it’s important not to overlook the people.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015/Number of views (32516)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 3.8
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