Tag: Georgia Ports Authority
Seohan Auto Georgia To Create 180 Jobs In Liberty County
South Korean auto parts supplier will invest over $72 million in a new manufacturing facility. And in Athens-Clarke County, Meissner Corporation will create more than 1,700 jobs over the next eight years.
Hyundai Supplier PHA Will Bring 400+ Jobs To Georgia
A supplier to the Hyundai Metaplant in Bryan County, PHA will invest more than $67 million in a new facility in Chatham County, GA.
New Sam’s Club Fulfillment Center Will Create 600 Jobs In Georgia
Sam’s Club will create 600 new jobs and invest more than $142 million in a new fulfillment center in Douglas County, Georgia.
Sewon America Will Create 740 New Jobs In Georgia
In the largest known private investment in the City of Rincon, GA, Sewon America will create 740 jobs and invest over $300 million in a new manufacturing facility.
Seoyon E-Hwa To Invest $76M In Georgia Manufacturing Facility
The global auto parts supplier joins a growing list of Hyundai suppliers. Meanwhile, Georgia Ports Authority expands its refrigerated container capacity.
Ammunition Manufacturer To Create 600 Jobs In Georgia
Norma Precision Ammunition will invest $60 million to build new manufacturing, assembly, and distribution operations in Bryan County, GA. Plus, FREYR Battery will create 723 jobs in Coweta County.
Nissan Chooses Georgia’s Port Of Brunswick
Nissan joins two dozen other major auto manufacturers at 1,700-acre Colonel’s Island Terminal at the Port of Brunswick, GA.
Advanced Manufacturing, Distribution Projects Add 649 Jobs In Georgia
In total, PepsiCo, Duluth Trading, and WebstaurantStore will invest $400 million to expand in DaKalb, Bartow and Bryan counties.
Governor’s Report: Growth In Georgia Pushes Forward
Infrastructure and workforce are among the advantages driving Georgia’s business climate.
[VIDEO] GPA’s Cross-dock Warehouse Taking Shape
Georgia Ports Authority is building a new big ship berth at Garden City Terminal, which will provide 1.5 million TEUs of annual berth capacity and allow GPA to serve four 16,000-TEU vessels and three other ships simultaneously.
Ports And FTZs: Searching For A Safe Port
Ports and Free Trade Zones have taken on much greater importance as supply chain issues increase and demand for product grows from businesses and consumers.
Port Of Savannah To Add 1.6M TEUs Of Capacity
By 2023, Savannah will add 230 acres of container space, increasing capacity at one of the nation's busiest ports.
Georgia: Gateway For Global Trade
The Port of Savannah’s Garden City container terminal, the nation’s largest single-terminal operation, is adding more ship-to-shore cranes.
Griff Lynch: GPA Speeds Infrastructure Projects
Georgia Ports Authority is expediting improvements to handle unprecedented cargo volumes. GPA has approved projects to increase annual capacity at the Port of Savannah by 1.4 million twenty-foot equivalent container units.
Logistics: Building A Resilient Supply Chain
Priorities are shifting as businesses adapt to the impact of the pandemic on global supply chains. Resiliency and stability are now top concerns.
Georgia Ports Authority Reaches Milestone On Mason Mega Rail Terminal
Rail cars are now traveling newly installed track linking Garden City Terminal’s Chatham and Mason rail yards, which boosts on-terminal storage capacity by 35 percent.
Home Meridian International Investing $23.5M In Georgia Expansion
The division of Hooker Furniture Corporation will open a distribution facility in Liberty County, GA, creating 50 new jobs.
La Regina Atlantica To Open First U.S. Food Processing Facility In Georgia
The homemade pasta sauce maker will invest $20 million in a new food processing facility, bringing 250 jobs to Alma, GA.
Georgia: E-Commerce Boom Favors Savannah
To meet surging demand for additional longer-term storage space, the GPA will develop 145 acres next to the Port of Savannah.
Port Of Savannah Moved Most Export Containers In Start Of 2020
Among Savannah’s top export commodities, raw cotton, wood pulp, and kaolin clay were the biggest gainers for the first five months of the year.
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