The Port of Savannah is poised to expand service and rail capacity as the Mason Mega Rail project meets a production milestone.
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The St. Louis Regional Freightway and the Port of Savannah are forging a partnership to create a new connection between the St. Louis, Mo., region and what aims to be “the largest single-terminal container facility in the western hemisphere.”
In a competitive bid, the Georgia Port Authority selected RailComm, LLC as the yard management system provider for the new Port of Savannah Multi-Modal Connector, RailComm announced on April 10.
Georgia is doubling down on the inland port concept, along with Norfolk Southern announcing plans for a rail-served hub 50 miles from Atlanta.
The state of Georgia will spend $92 million to double the Port of Savannah’s annual rail capacity to more than 1 million containers by 2020.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and more than 350 state and local officials celebrated the opening Aug. 22 of the new Appalachian Regional Port (ARP) in Northwest Georgia.
Another year, another intermodal record as the Port of Savannah cemented its position as the leading southern U.S. gateway for containerized cargo.
It’s springtime, and that means record container volume is in bloom at the Port of Savannah.
The Georgia Ports Authority broke ground on the $126.7 million Mason Mega Rail Terminal on March 26.
Georgia bid up the competitive balance among East Coast container ports as it took delivery of four Neo-Panamax cranes at the Port of Savannah, already the largest U.S. container facility.