Ga. port seeks improved service via Class I's, new equipment

06/10/2013 | ProgressiveRailroading.com

The arrival of four large cranes at the CSX- and Norfolk Southern-served Port of Savannah in Georgia -- combined with the Class I's service -- are expected "enhance the customer experience," said Curtis Foltz, Georgia Ports Authority executive director. "Savannah leads the Southeast in containerized cargo [and] these improvements will complement the planned harbor deepening to ensure Savannah's premier status in moving U.S. exports to the global marketplace," said GPA Chairman Robert Jepson.

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