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The Center of Innovation for Logistics is the leading statewide resource for fueling logistics industry growth and global competitiveness. The Center works to address the needs and opportunities of companies of any size involved in logistics and freight transportation -- both providers and heavy consumers of logistics services. The Center provides industry knowledge and technical expertise, connections to state resources in research and innovation, and joins together an extensive cross-sector industry network.

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Deal announces record year for Georgia’s Centers of Innovation

Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that the Centers of Innovation, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, connected and assisted nearly 4,000 Georgia companies during 2014, up 30 percent from the previous fiscal year. “We are proud to offer this unique economic development resource to both companies that call Georgia home and those looking to locate here,” said Deal.

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Logistics Market Snapshot – September Edition

September 19, 2014
Each month the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics publishes a Logistics Market Snapshot with key Logistics and Supply Chain figures and statistics. Included are several Multimodal, Trucking, Rail, Air, and Ocean Freight Indexes, Industrial Vacancy and Rent Rates and general economic indexes.

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Governor: Third business media outlet ranks Georgia No. 1

September 15, 2014
Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Area Development magazine has ranked Georgia as the No. 1 place in the nation in which to do business. Area Development is a leading executive magazine covering corporate site selection and relocation. “Georgia’s success has come from dead reckoning in areas that are crucial to business locators,” said Area Development Staff Editor Dale Buss. “That includes the state’s welcoming and business-friendly government, to be sure...."

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Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce meeting focuses on how to better move freight

September 6, 2014
Because Georgia isn’t building new highways or railroads, both the state and private sectors alike have to figure out how to move freight more efficiently. That was the assessment Friday of Page Siplon, director of the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics. “We’ve got to do better with what we’ve got,” Siplon told a joint meeting of Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce transportation, governmental affairs and economic development committees.

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Coast Guard, Corps practice disaster drill

September 4, 2014
The Army Corps of Engineers took to the water, while the Coast Guard hovered overhead Thursday to practice their joint emergency disaster preparedness. The primary purpose of the exercise was to ensure that Coast Guard aviation and Corps of Engineers water assets can communicate to coordinate search and rescue missions and vital Savannah River navigation channel survey operations during a crisis, such as immediately after a hurricane.

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State’s perishables market poised for growth

August 29, 2014
The state’s perishables industry is on the rise as vegetable and fruit production steadies, new facilities are being built to store and move perishables, and the Port of Savannah will soon be able to accept fruits from South America. All of these factors have huge impact, making it a bigger market going forward, said Page Siplon, executive director of the Georgia Center of Innovation for Logistics. Siplon added the state already has strong cold chain logistics infrastructure in place.

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