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Port of Savannah’s RTG fleet continues to grow

Port of Savannah’s RTG fleet continues to grow

Five new electric rubber tired gantry cranes arrived August 8 at the Port of Savannah. This delivery brings the current number of RTGs on Garden City Terminal to 146, more than any other terminal in the country.
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From Griff Lynch, Georgia Ports Authority

Dear Friends and Colleagues:

As you may know, on July 1, I assumed the duties of executive director for the Georgia Ports Authority. For five years, I have had the honor to serve as Chief Operating Officer for the GPA, under the leadership of Curtis Foltz. 

Upon taking on this new responsibility, we remain committed to significantly increasing capacity ahead of current demand so that we can accommodate your cargo into the future.
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Grieg Star Lygra Delivers Project Cargo to Brunswick

Grieg Star Lygra Delivers Project Cargo to Brunswick

Grieg Star Shipping recently delivered several pieces of project cargo to the Port of Brunswick.

The shipping line delivered equipment to be used as part of a 50-megawatt biomass plant in Albany, Ga. Constellation Energy, doing business as Albany Green Energy, will own and operate the $200 million facility.

The plant will provide 60 percent to 70 percent of the total energy needs for the Procter and Gamble facility in Albany, Ga., doubling the use of renewable energy currently used at the plant.

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Port of Savannah receives five new electric rubber-tired gantry cranes

Port of Savannah receives five new electric rubber-tired gantry cranes

The order brings the current number of RTGs on terminal to 141

The Port of Savannah received five electric rubber-tired gantry cranes on July 1. The order brings the current number of RTGs on terminal to 141.
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DRT Expands into the U.S.

DRT Expands into the U.S.

Based in Southwestern France, DRT specializes in pine chemistry and uses natural and renewable raw materials, primarily turpentine from pine trees, to produce a wide variety of products including ingredients for perfumes, resins used in adhesives and chewing gum, and many others. The new facility will be the company’s first U.S. production facility. DRT’s U.S. subsidiary, DRT America LLC, will operate the plant.
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