SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — It’s been a supply chain nightmare, but Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg says the Georgia Ports Authority is leading the way to help solve it.

Buttigieg got a first-hand look at the Port of Savannah Friday as he touted the new infrastructure bill. And while containers are constantly being unloaded, some are still stacking up.

Yet it’s nothing compared to mid-October.

“We’re seeing conditions certainly a lot better than what was feared a couple of months ago,” said Buttigieg

The number of long dwell containers (those that have been sitting at the port two weeks or longer) has dropped by about 50 percent. Much of that is due to “pop-up” container yards off-site….Continue Reading