The Port of Savannah handles 1.5 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2023. Also, SeaPort Manatee reports a 34.6% cargo increase for Fiscal Year 2022; ITS Logistics’ US Port/Rail Ramp Freight Index reports challenges in the Gulf Coast Region; Port of Los Angeles cargo pace cools in September; and NFI makes investment in Canadian intermodal business.
Port of Savannah
Port of Savannah handles more than 575,000 twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) in August. Also, Port of Los Angeles cargo volume eases in August.
IntelliTrans, a global provider of multi-modal supply chain and logistics solutions for bulk and break-bulk product manufacturers, boosts its data security. Also, Georgia Ports Authority launches a Novis container terminal operating system at the Port of Savannah.
The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) closes out Fiscal Year 2022 (FY2022) with its busiest June ever. Also, Port Everglades sets May/June cargo records, and ITS Logistics expands Midwest operations. GPA GPA reported
The Georgia Ports Authority’s (GPA) Port of Savannah moved an all-time high 519,390 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in May, breaking the previous record of 504,350 set in October 2021. GPA’s May volumes
Seoul, South Korea-based Hyundai Motor Group will invest $5.54 billion to open its first dedicated full electric vehicle (EV) and battery manufacturing plant in the United States. It will be located in Bryan County, Ga., and served by Genesee & Wyoming’s Georgia Central Railway (GC).
The Port of Savannah, Ga., handled 479,700 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) in January—a 4% gain over the same month last year, when cargo volumes grew 22%, Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) reported.
The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) has completed the final nine of 18 new tracks at its Mason Mega Rail Terminal.
The Port of Savannah achieved its busiest September ever, moving 472,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent) container units, a 14.5% increase. Port officials say the facility’s Garden City Terminal “has seen steady improvement in the speed of cargo moving from dock to destination.”
The U.S. Department of Transportation has chosen 24 projects—seven rail/port specific—to receive $905.25 million in INFRA (Infrastructure for Rebuilding America) grants.