The Port of Savannah is now moving record-breaking volumes of cargo.
For the first time ever, the Port of Savannah has moved 5.3 million 20-foot equivalent container units in a fiscal year, Georgia Ports announced Monday. That means it has grown its cargo volumes by 20 percent in fiscal year 2021.
American companies are continuing to choose the Port of Savannah as a gateway to global trade, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said. Georgia’s ports are a key reason that it remains a strong state for business, the governor said.
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