Georgia Ports Authority sees 22 percent container growth

Credit: GA Ports Retailers, manufacturers increase May volumes JUNE 13, 2024 – A strengthening retail market combined with business from new customers is driving substantial growth at the Port of Savannah. The Georgia Ports Authority handled 490,330 twenty-foot... Read More

Georgia Ports auto volumes up 44 percent in April

credit: Ga Ports May 21, 2024 – In its busiest month ever for autos and heavy equipment, the Georgia Ports Authority handled a record 80,600 units of Roll-on/Roll-off cargo in April, an increase of more than 44 percent, or 24,760 units, compared to the same month last... Read More

Georgia Ports CEO: We are Preparing for Growth

New GPA projects will double berth capacity and significantly increase, yard, gate and rail to focus on landside efficiency. GPA will move from a 7.0 million TEU capacity port to 12 million TEUs in less than a decade. Credit: GA Ports APRIL 23, 2024 – The Georgia... Read More

Georgia Ports handled 436K TEUs in March

Total container trade up 18.5 percent, rail volumes up 22 percent; rail dwell time isless than one day on imports, delivering supply chain velocity Credit: GA Ports April 10, 2024 – The Georgia Ports Authority handled 436,000 twenty-foot equivalent container units in... Read More

GPA Board approves $65M for Ocean Terminal

Credit Ga Ports Brunswick Harbor improvements fully funded March 26, 2024 – The Georgia Ports Authority has approved contracts totaling $65.6 million for container yard work at the Port of Savannah’s Ocean Terminal, a 200-acre facility just downriver from GPA’s main... Read More

Savannah container volumes up more than 14 percent in February

Credit: GA Ports Intermodal rail sets monthly record March 4, 2024 – The Georgia Ports Authority handled 451,670 twenty-foot equivalent container units in February, for an increase of 56,880 TEUs or 14.4 percent compared to the same month last year. Loaded import... Read More

GPA’s January rail cargo jumps 27 percent

Credit: GA Ports Port of Brunswick achieves busiest calendar start ever for autos SAVANNAH, Georgia, Feb. 20, 2024 – Cargo moved by rail at the Port of Savannah reached 47,132 containers in January, an increase of 10,000 boxes, or 27 percent. “Customers 250 miles... Read More

Georgia Ports achieves record year for autos

Credit: GA Ports Renewed strength in container volumes expected in 2024 SAVANNAH, Ga., January 30, 2024 – The Port of Brunswick handled a record 775,565 units of autos and machinery in calendar year 2023, an increase of 15.6 percent over the previous year. “Thanks to... Read More