GPA gets go ahead for new inland terminal

Growing reach: The Port of Savannah handled 8% of the US containerised cargo volume in 2014

The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has approved a spending package of US$19.7m to construct its new Appalachian Regional Port terminal in Chatsworth, Georgia.

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