SAV and Brunswick Ports Have Record Year

Russ Bynum of The Florida Times-Union reports the Georgia Ports Authority announced their fiscal year results for their ports in Savannah and Brunswick, and both reported record volumes, the result of capturing market share after a strike shut down some of the West Coast ports in 2014.  SAV surpassed 3 million TEUs last year for the first time ever, a 17% increase from the prior year and combined tonnage at both ports was up almost 8%.  SAV is the #2 container port on the East Coast and #4 in the nation.

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Posted on August 1, 2015, in Market Reports/Statistics, Port/Infrastructure, The Florida Times-Union and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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