Savannah’s new rail facility providing mega-boost to intermodal capabilities

Already the third-busiest U.S. gateway for containerized cargo, the Georgia Ports Authority’s Port of Savannah is enjoying a mega-boost in its inland intermodal capabilities as Garden City Terminal container volumes soar to record highs.
North Carolina’s Wilmington advancing ‘at light speed’ as US Southeast gateway

When Paul J. Cozza turns the helm of the North Carolina State Ports Authority over to Brian E. Clark at yearend, he intends to do so with confidence the Port of Wilmington will continue to blossom as a U.S. Southeast trade gateway, building upon its ability to efficiently accommodate megacontainerships.
Port of Charleston’s big-ship capabilities growing with new terminal, deeper harbor

Already an impressive U.S. Southeast commercial hub, the South Carolina Port Authority’s Port of Charleston is about to offer even greater capabilities for efficiently handling big boxships, with early 2021 boding to bring opening of the initial phase of the first new major U.S. container terminal in more than a decade.
Port Milwaukee welcoming ‘history-making’ investment

Situated on the western shore of Lake Michigan 75 miles north of Chicago, Port Milwaukee is looking to enhance its position as a Midwest transportation hub with development of a new agricultural export facility.
Kroger’s transcontinental ship-to-home turns out to be no simple ‘can of corn’

For The Kroger Co., the largest U.S. grocery retailer, catering to the booming ship-to-home business in the COVID-19-impacted marketplace is obviously not quite as simple as a “can of corn” – the slang baseball term for an easy-to-catch fly ball.
Ports of Indiana enhancing facilities at US crossroads

With cargo-handling enhancements at all three of its waterfront facilities – one on the Great Lakes and two on the Ohio River – the Ports of Indiana is building upon its half-century of fuel-efficiently, cost-effectively serving shippers at America’s crossroads.
Midwest intermodal hubs offer shippers eco-friendly savings via host of railroads

With supply chains continuing to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, intermodal hubs in the Midwest and beyond are offering shippers enduring opportunities for environmentally friendly cost efficiencies via the full spectrum of rail carriers, from Class Is to regional railroads to short lines.
Mississippi, Alabama ports adding facilities to meet spectrum of needs

Ports of the mid-Gulf area encompassing Mississippi and Alabama are augmenting facilities with additions of varied infrastructure befitting of the broad-ranging nature of the region’s commerce.
Louisiana ports enjoying growth mode, fueled by energy industries, byproducts

Facility expansions and enhancements are the order of the era at ports of Louisiana, with energy industries and byproducts (think petrochemical resins) fueling much of the growth scenario.
LaGrange enthusiastic as ever about US Gulf ports – and life

With a spiritual reawakening following a successful liver transplant, Gulf region port industry icon Gary LaGrange has, at 74, as much love for life as ever.

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