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STATE OF THE PORT - BRUNSWICK

Delivering Creative Solutions

The Port of Brunswick handled nearly 614,000 units of Roll-on/Roll-off cargo. Including the 36,000 units moved via Ocean Terminal in Savannah, the state of Georgia is the second busiest U.S. hub for the import-export of vehicles, machinery and other Ro/Ro types.

SAVANNAH: Advantages

Colonel's Island Terminal features an unmatched 400 acres permitted for auto port expansion.

AUTO PROCESSING Improvements

At the Port of Brunswick, a series of infrastructure projects will increase capacity and provide new opportunities in Roll-on/Roll-off cargo handling.

FOURTH BERTH Permitted: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has granted GPA a permit for the addition of a fourth berth to serve Roll-on/Roll-off vessel traffic at Colonel's Island Terminal.

Kia Institutes Fresh Paradigm

Kia imports parts via Savannah and exports the new Telluride through the Port of Brunswick.

MAYOR'S POINT Handles Import, Export Domestic Cargo

In Fiscal Year 2019 Mayor's Point Terminal at the Port of Brunswick handled 81,500 tons of breakbulk cargo.

LOGISTEC Top 1M Tons of Cargo

At East River Terminal in Brunswick, terminal operator Logistec moved 1.2 million tons of bulk cargo in FY2019, an increase of 203,000 tons, or 20 percent.