October 8, 2015
I frankly was expecting to hear a lot about the deepening and how this would eventually lead to a payoff for the port, and thus, to the rest of Georgia. The forty-five minute presentation by GPA Executive Director Curtis Foltz had consumed forty minutes before dredging was mentioned. There’s a lot more going on down there. And Georgia is already benefitting.
September 25, 2015
“In fiscal year 2015, we experienced unprecedented growth, with West Coast diversions to East Coast ports, a recovering U.S. economy and import market-share gains leading to all-time highs in cargo volume,” Foltz told the crowd gathered at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center for his annual state of the port address, sponsored by the Propeller Club of Savannah.
September 24, 2015
WATCH LIVE online: Curtis Foltz, Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority, will deliver the Savannah State of the Port Address to a sold-out crowd and also live online Thursday, September 24, at 12:25 p.m.
Foltz will recap the fiscal year for the busiest container port in the U.S. Southeast, explaining how the Port of Savannah achieved record volumes with no congestion. He will also discuss progress toward deepening the Savannah Harbor.
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