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Savannah TEU volume reaches 4.2 million in FY18

Savannah TEU volume reaches 4.2 million in FY18

GPA growth hits 20 consecutive months

The GPA capped FY18 with its 20th consecutive month of positive year-over-year growth. In its busiest June ever, the Port of Savannah handled 370,725 TEUs, up 9.8 percent (33,014 TEUs) over June 2017. It was the Authority’s 18th month in a row handling more than 300,000 TEUs. 
Monday, July 23, 2018/Number of views (7400)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
GPA sees busiest May for total tons, TEUs

GPA sees busiest May for total tons, TEUs

Harbor expansion receives full funding for year

The Port of Savannah handled 3 million tons of cargo in May, an increase of 8.9 percent or 247,671 tons compared the same month a year ago. Total cargo crossing all terminals reached 3.22 million tons.

Thursday, June 14, 2018/Number of views (2751)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating

Honda nearly triples its Brunswick cargo

47,700 HRV, FIT and Civic vehicles cross Colonel's Island docks in FY2017

American Honda Motor Company nearly tripled its business through the Port of Brunswick in Fiscal Year 2017, adding 34,700 vehicles over the previous year. Honda's increased volumes were the result of numerous factors, including Colonel's Island's prime location, additional capacity and teamwork.

Thursday, November 2, 2017/Number of views (1925)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
August trade heats up in Brunswick, Savannah

August trade heats up in Brunswick, Savannah

Autos up 15 percent, containers up 5 percent

Auto and container volumes at the U.S. Southeast’s busiest ports in Brunswick and Savannah experienced impressive growth in the month of August. Colonel’s Island Terminal in Brunswick moved 53,675 units of roll-on/roll off cargo, an increase of 7,109 or 15.3 percent more than August last year.

Monday, September 18, 2017/Number of views (2424)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating

FMC OKs East Coast Gateway Terminal Agreement

Georgia and Virginia to Begin Discussions

The federal government on Friday gave its approval to an innovative agreement that allows the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) and the Virginia Port Authority (VPA) to begin discussing ways the two ports can share information in certain operational areas to position themselves as the U.S. East Coast’s leading gateways for containerized cargo.
Monday, April 10, 2017/Number of views (3056)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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