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Key Advantages to GPA’s Mid-American Arc

Key Advantages to GPA’s Mid-American Arc

Mid-American Arc to expand target market

The Port of Savannah’s Garden City Terminal is the Southeast’s busiest intermodal gateway. However, the GPA is making a series of infrastructure improvements that set the stage to capture greater market share.

Savannah is poised to rapidly increase service to an arc of inland markets, from Atlanta to Memphis, to St. Louis, Chicago and the Ohio Valley.

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GPA completes latest fuel-saving eRTG phase

GPA completes latest fuel-saving eRTG phase

Konecranes marks major milestone in Savannah

Savannah, Ga. – Nov. 15, 2016 – At an event commemorating the 1,000th rubber-tired gantry crane produced by Konecranes, the Georgia Ports Authority announced the completion of the latest phase of its electric RTG infrastructure.

“We’re excited to expand on our eRTG program, the first of its kind at a North American port,” said GPA Executive Director Griff Lynch. “As part of a decade-long initiative promoting sustainable operations, this technology further establishes GPA’s role as an environmental leader in the logistics industry.”

Wednesday, November 16, 2016/Number of views (4534)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 3.5
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Lynch: GPA’s Mid-American Arc to expand target market

Lynch: GPA’s Mid-American Arc to expand target market

Floor & Decor announces 1.4M square-foot distribution complex

In the annual Savannah State of the Port address, Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Griff Lynch detailed a new strategic rail initiative, ‘GPA’s Mid-American Arc,’ and welcomed Floor & Decor’s announcement of Phase 1 of a 2.5 million square-foot distribution center complex.
Wednesday, September 14, 2016/Number of views (9209)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 3.8
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Port of Savannah’s RTG fleet continues to grow

Port of Savannah’s RTG fleet continues to grow

Five new electric rubber tired gantry cranes arrived August 8 at the Port of Savannah. This delivery brings the current number of RTGs on Garden City Terminal to 146, more than any other terminal in the country.
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GPA board approves $19.7M for new inland terminal

Port of Savannah tops 3.6M TEUs for second year

At its July board meeting, the Georgia Ports Authority approved a spending package of $19.7 million to construct the Appalachian Regional Port in Murray County, Georgia.
Friday, July 22, 2016/Number of views (5386)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 4.0
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