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Corps Top General, GPA's Curtis Foltz discuss harbor expansion progress

May 28, 2015
"The SHEP will create economic opportunity not only across Georgia, but throughout the Southeast," said Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal. "We're grateful for our federal partners and their efforts thus far and will continue to work with them to ensure that their commitment is fully funded and reflects the importance of this project to the nation."

Savannah achieves 25.8 percent growth in April

May 18, 2015
"Across the logistics industry, focus has centered on GPA's ability to handle large volume increases with no congestion," Executive Director Curtis Foltz said. "Georgia has built world-class port facilities, and our customers appreciate service reliability for current and future volumes." "Registering double-digit growth in both Savannah and Brunswick illustrates the depth of support our customers have for Georgia Ports," said GPA Board Vice Chairman Jimmy Allgood.

U.S. Ports See Costly Delays as Cargo Ships,Volumes Grow

April 30, 2015
The Georgia Ports Authority is spending about $1.5 billion over the next decade to improve crane operations, storage facilities and other port infrastructure. The state of Georgia is spending another $120 million on road improvements near the port, to be completed in 2016. As a result shippers say the port, the second-busiest by container volume on the East Coast last year, operates smoothly regularly handling big vessels stacked with cargo for companies such as IKEA and Target Corp.

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