Container expansion project for Ga. port gets approval

10/2/2011 | ProgressiveRailroading.com · USA Today

A $4.75 million storage-expansion project for the CSX- and Norfolk Southern-served Port of Savannah advances through an approval from the Georgia Ports Authority. The project is expected to expand the port's handling capacity for refrigerated containers by 45% with the installation of an additional 20 four-story steel-framed racks. "Improvements like these ensure Georgia's role in global commerce as a gateway for American agricultural products," said GPA Chairman Alec Poitevint.

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