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Industry trends play to the strengths of single terminal design

Industry trends play to the strengths of single terminal design

Big ships mean big exchanges, greater efficiency

While the Georgia Ports Authority has five terminals, its container operation is handled in a single yard at the Garden City Terminal, the largest in the Western Hemisphere. For the first time ever, that terminal is expected to surpass 4 million twenty-foot equivalent container units this fiscal year (July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018).
Wednesday, August 23, 2017/Number of views (1180)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Port of Savannah moving more cargo than ever before

Port of Savannah moving more cargo than ever before

Massive cargo ships are concentrating their calls on fewer, gateway ports like Savannah.

With the opening of the expanded Panama Canal, shipping lines are taking advantage of the improved route, and the Port of Savannah is moving more cargo than ever before.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017/Number of views (3472)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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From Griff Lynch: Growing GPA’s power to promote economic development

From Griff Lynch: Growing GPA’s power to promote economic development

Growth is happening not only in Savannah but also at the Port of Brunswick

As the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project and the Brunswick improvements progress, the Georgia Ports Authority’s ability to spur the nation’s economy will also grow.
Thursday, July 6, 2017/Number of views (2980)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Happy Fourth of July from GPA

Happy Fourth of July from GPA

Flag flies at Port of Savannah

GPA employees raise the Stars and Stripes at Garden City Terminal.

 


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GPA partnership with Caretta Research Project  helps loggerhead sea turtles make a comeback

GPA partnership with Caretta Research Project helps loggerhead sea turtles make a comeback

The 2017 nesting season on Chatham County's Wassaw Island is off to a well above average start with 125 nests.

Loggerhead sea turtles continue to make a comeback thanks in part to the Carretta Research Project, supported by the Georgia Ports Authority, and long-term protections along the Georgia Coast.

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