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The Georgia Ports Authority’s enhanced Ocean Terminal facility, completed in February of this year, provides annual throughput capacity of 210,000 twenty-foot equivalent container units. (Georgia Ports Authority / Jeremy Polston)
A construction project is under way to straighten a bend at Berth 1 of Garden City Terminal. The longer stretch of straight-line dock will allow the Port of Savannah to simultaneously serve four 16,000-TEU vessels, as well as three additional ships. The highlighted portion above will be removed to form the new dock face. (Georgia Ports Authority / Jeremy Polston)
Garden City Terminal
The Georgia Ports Authority has handled a record 3.9 million twenty-foot equivalent container units, an increase of 15 percent, through the first three quarters of Fiscal Year 2021. GPA has expedited completion of more than 1.4 million additional TEUs of annual capacity. (Georgia Ports Authority / Jeremy Polston)
This digital illustration shows the Peak Capacity project, which will add 650,000 twenty-foot equivalent container units of annual capacity at the Port of Savannah’s Garden City Terminal. The project will be completed in two phases, with the first phase opening in September 2021. (Georgia Ports Authority / Jeremy Polston)
GCT West Expansion
This digital illustration shows the West Expansion project, where the Georgia Ports Authority is developing 92 acres adjacent to the Mason Mega Rail Terminal. Housing approximately 40 rubber-tired gantry cranes and adding 750,000 twenty-foot equivalent container units of annual capacity, the development will be commissioned in 2023. (Georgia Ports Authority)
Gov. Brian Kemp
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp addresses the opening session of the Georgia Foreign Trade Conference Monday, April 26, 2021. Kemp said Georgia’s ports are a key factor in winning new business for the state. Find print-quality images and online resources here. (Georgia Ports Authority / Emily Goldman)
GPA Executive Director Griff Lynch
At the 2021 Georgia Foreign Trade Conference, Georgia Ports Executive Director Griff Lynch detailed capacity and operation expansions.