The Port of Savannah expects to handle 65% more cargo in 2035.
The Georgia Ports Authority said Tuesday that the Port of Savannah handled 5.4 million container units of imports and exports in the 2023 fiscal year that ended June 30.
Georgia Ports Authority police officers could make arrests up to 1 mile outside of the ports of Savannah and Brunswick.
Tens of thousands of new jobs could come from Ocean Terminal's overhaul, which will see it deal entirely in container shipping.
The Georgia Ports Authority and a federal agency are working on a big expansion of the state-operated seaport in Brunswick.
East Atlanta's Hulsey Yard will help avoid more than 500 roundtrip truck miles per box, with anticipated volumes of 1,200 containers per month. The move is aimed at easing the nation's supply chain crunch.
It's been nearly two years since crews began clearing a massive shipwreck from St. Simons Sound. Last week, the already dangerous cleanup operation got even more complex when what's left of the cargo ship caught fire. On the latest Georgia Today podcast, host Steve Fennessy and guest Larry Hobbs, a reporter with The Brunswick News, bring us the latest on the Golden Ray cleanup effort and how it could affect the state's coastal environment.
More than a year after the cargo ship Golden Ray capsized in the St. Simons Sound on its way out of the Port of Brunswick, most of it is still sitting in the water. Salvage crews are cutting it up, as they and environmental groups anxiously watch for a possible oil spill.
Public hearings on the capsizing of the cargo ship Golden Ray concluded Tuesday.
The U.S. Coast Guard says rescuers are still searching for the remaining four crew members of a cargo ship that overturned near St. Simons Island Sunday...
UPDATE 6:22 p.m.: The fourth crew member has been rescued from the capsized vessel in St. Simons Sound, meaning all the crew members are accounted for.