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Wed., November 19, 2014 11:37am
Port Profiles: Truck Driver Hauls Savannah's Cargo
Ride along with one of the truck drivers who play a key role at Savannah's port, hauling cargo in and out.
Wed., November 19, 2014 11:19am
Port Profiles: Pilots Bring Container Ships Safely Up Savannah River
It takes two locals - known as pilots - to navigate large container ships up the Savannah River and dock them at the Port of Savannah. Meet two of those pilots.
Wed., November 13, 2013 1:28pm
State Of The Ports: Governor Deal Opens Georgia’s Wallet
Governor Nathan Deal said Tuesday he has set aside the final $35 million needed from the state to deepen the Savannah harbor. Deal made the announcement at a State of the Ports luncheon hosted by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.
Wed., June 5, 2013 12:05pm
Giant Cranes Arrive At Savannah Port
The Port of Savannah is getting a longer reach for loading and unloading some of the world's largest container ships now that four giant cranes standing 185-feet-tall have arrived from China.
Wed., March 20, 2013 10:19am
Logistics Leaders Cautious On Federal Funding
Executives at the fifth annual Georgia Logistics Summit held Wednesday on logistics say Georgia’s transportation system is poised to expand. But they are worried about a lack of federal funding.
Mon., April 26, 2010 3:37am
Cruise Line May Not Land In Savannah
A spokesperson for Jacksonville's port authority says, officials in Savanna