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GPA Approves Projects to Expand Rail, Gate Capacity

When complete, GPA's Mason Mega Rail Terminal will double rail lift capacity to 1 million containers per year, reach new markets and reduce impact on the local community.
GPA Approves Projects to Expand Rail, Gate Capacity

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On the heels of reporting 32 percent growth in containerized trade for October, an all-time record for Savannah, the Georgia Ports Authority approved rail and gate expansion projects that will significantly increase capacity at GPA’s Garden City Terminal – the single largest container terminal in all of North America.

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Port of Savannah Moves 1M TEUs in First Quarter

At Georgia’s deepwater ports, container trade grew by 5.8 percent in the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2018.
Port of Savannah Moves 1M TEUs in First Quarter

PRESS RELEASE

The Port of Savannah moved more than 1 million twenty-foot equivalent container units across Garden City Terminal in the first quarter of FY2018 (July 1-Sept. 30), growing by 5.8 percent or 55,629 TEUs over the same period in FY17. In September alone, the GPA moved 325,141 TEUs, an increase of 5.4 percent or 16,792 TEUs compared to the same month last year.

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Steve Cernak Elected AAPA Chairman

Steve Cernak Elected AAPA Chairman

Steve Cernak, chief executive and port director for Florida’s Port Everglades, has commenced his one year term as the 2017-18 chairman of the board for the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA).

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West Coast Longshoremen Ratify Contract Extension

West Coast Longshoremen Ratify Contract Extension

The ILWU’s Coast Balloting Committee confirmed on Friday that West Coast longshore workers at 29 ports in California, Oregon and Washington have officially ratified a three-year contract extension with the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA).

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New Toll Structure Approved for Panama Canal

New Toll Structure Approved for Panama Canal

Panama’s government has approved a proposal to modify the Panama Canal tolls structure which could see container ships paying less and LNG and LPG carriers paying more.

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