Georgia Ports Authority
On-dock rail and line-haul services via two Class I railroads

On-dock rail and line-haul services via two Class I railroads

Craig Kessler
Director of Breakbulk and Bulk Operations, Savannah

William "Bill" Jakubsen
General Manager, RoRo, Bulk, General Cargo

Mark D. Troughton
Global Accounts Executive

Bobby Keel
Manager, Pricing and Logistics


Ocean Terminal has the experience to handle a wide range of breakbulk cargo, including forest products, wind-energy equipment, project cargo, iron and steel, and pipe. With 5 deepwater berths on 200.4 acres (81 ha), we have the flexibility, rapid market access and capacity to meet your growing demands.

Our Advantages Make Savannah The Port Of Choice For Breakbulk.


Fast and easy access to 44% of U.S. consumers and manufacturers


On-Terminal Breakbulk Handling Infrastructure
  • Barge-mounted crane with 500 ST (453.592 mt) lift capacity available through private contractor
  • 2 GPA-owned gantry cranes with 100 ST (90.7 mt) and 175 ST (158.8 mt) lift capacities
  • GPA container crane with 45 ST (40.8 mt) capacity under spreader and 56 ST (50.8 mt) under beam
  • 32 forklifts with capacities from 11,000-55,000 lbs (4,989-24,947 kg)
  • Fleet of container-handling lifts