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March 21, 2016
"The industry is big as all outdoors", says Jannine Miller, of Georgia's Center of Innovation for Logistics. "It helps if your outdoors includes a network of highways and rail lines, the world’s most traveled airport and the fastest-growing port on the east coast – all key advantages. The gateway to all of this economic growth in the Southeast is Savannah and Atlanta.”
March 21, 2016
The business environment in Georgia is rich in everything shippers seek for responding to customers and competing in the global marketplace. From well-designed redundancies across intermodal shipping methods to creative solutions when the unexpected happens, Georgia's logistics advantages help shippers of all industries connect and grow. Shippers are the lifeblood of logistics. Ensuring their needs are met and exceeded along the supply chain is key to keeping the economy in positive territory.
August 19, 2015
The inaugural Savannah Logistics Lunch on Tuesday featured a panel of logistics experts from around Georgia to discuss how to bring more perishables, jobs and opportunity to the Lowcountry.
“Ten years ago farm-to-table was a trend that few people knew about, but now it’s mainstream. Everything is farm-to-table, whether that means a farm in central Georgia or coastal Georgia or Texas — it’s still farm-to-table. It’s about reducing footprint and sustainability...,” Woodham said.
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