Savannah Begins to Reduce Containership Backlog with New Projects

Savannah Begins to Reduce Containership Backlog with New Projects

November 12,2021 — MaritimeExecutive.com

The Georgia Ports Authority is reporting an initial success at clearing some of the containership congestion at the Port of Savannah while the port also recorded its first-ever month handling more than 500,000 TEU. The U.S. Department of Transportation is supplying some of the first aid after the passage of the new Biden Administration infrastructure bill while Georgia is also undertaking projects to expand capacity at the terminal, storage, and the intermodal rail link.

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