Georgia Ports: A gateway for perishable cargo
Through reliable operations and efficient and timely inspections of perishable products, GPA is establishing Savannah as a new gateway to the U.S. Southeast for perishable cargo. On-terminal inspection offices for U.S. Customs & Border Protection and the Department of Agriculture speed the inspection process for chilled cargo. GPA is working with USDA and USCBP to expand the number of commodities and countries that can use Savannah as a port of entry. Blueberries are the latest addition to an expanding portfolio at the Port of Savannah, which now includes imported mangos, citrus, grapes, avocados, bananas, apples and pears.
Extensive refrigerated cargo infrastructure
Reefer Wheeled Plugs
Reefer Rack Plugs
Port of Savannah