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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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Georgia's business climate ranks No. 1 for second consecutive year

Georgia has once again been ranked the No. 1 state in the U.S. for business by Site Selection magazine, one of the nation's top economic development trade publications. This ranking was determined by an annual survey of corporate site selectors, as well as a number of additional factors including the States' performance in Conway Data's New Plant Database.

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Savannah tops 3.3 million TEUs

January 26, 2015
"Our deepwater ports are powerful economic engines for the state of Georgia and the nation," said Gov. Nathan Deal. "GPA's great performance over the past year is a testament to Georgia's superior logistics network, starting with port terminals that have flawlessly taken on more business while still ensuring on-time, reliable delivery." A busy December helped to lift the Port of Savannah to 3.34 million TEUs for the year, an increase of 312,037 TEUs over 2013.

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Home Depot's Georgia Technology Center Opens

January 26, 2015
Students and Home Depot executives donned in orange aprons lined the 6,500-square-foot room of The Home Depot Technology Center grand opening, a move that represents the company’s dedication to improving efficiency and customer experience, as well as enhance university recruitment and R&D.

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Georgia port No. 1 in exports to Cuba

January 16, 2015
In the last three years, Georgia Ports Authority sent nearly 38,000 short tons of soybeans, flour and meal of oilseed to Cuba, which makes up 80 percent of those products the nation receives. Georgia Ports Authority also sent 35 shipments of other products including cordage and twine, logs and lumber and petroleum products.

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Logistics Education Forum Brings Academia & Workforce to the Same Table

January 14, 2015
The Center of Innovation for Logistics produced a report showing a concerning gap between logistics education and industry employment. The report, titled The Logistics of Education and the Education of Logistics: Exploring Supply and Demand of Logistics Workforce uncovered a decline in the number of students choosing logistics-related degrees and those entering into the logistics workforce after graduation.

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New Year, New Transportation Issues

January 5, 2015
There's no doubt that transportation will be a hot topic in 2015, and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce's Transportation Summit recently held at the Classic Center in Athens revealed a host of items to keep an eye out for in the coming year.

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