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Savannah receives first citrus imports from Peru

October 12, 2015
"The Georgia Ports Authority is a new, valuable option to reach the U.S. Southeast for perishable goods," said GPA Executive Director Curtis Foltz. "By moving perishable cargo through the Port of Savannah, you can reach customers faster, save on transit costs, and take advantage of unmatched assets such as on-site inspection and the nation's most comprehensive refrigerated cargo infrastructure."

Charlie Harper: Managing Success at Georgia’s Ports

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.

State of the ports: 'A truly phenomenal year'

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.

Georgia Logistics Summit

April 7, 2015

Getting from A to B

March 27, 2015

Georgia’s biggest yet

March 19, 2015
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