GPA begins major container handling upgrade

Growing Big - Georgia Port Authority's Ocean Terminal

Georgia Ports Authority has embarked on a major modernisation programme to expand its container handling capabilities

The upgrade, which is slated to cost US$4.5 billion over the next 12 years, will increase capacity to 2 million teu per year.

Refurbishment plans at the Garden City and Ocean terminals at the Port of Savannah include new cranes, infrastructure improvements, a new warehouse and an additional 2,800 feet of berth space.

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