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Georgia Ports Authority board approves $65M for Ocean Terminal

PT Editor — David Strickland

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SAVANNAH, Ga. — The Georgia Ports Authority has approved contracts totaling $65.6 million for container yard work at the Port of Savannah’s Ocean Terminal, a 200-acre facility just downriver from GPA’s main container port.

“We’re very pleased with the progress on improving Ocean Terminal’s container handling capability,” said GPA President and CEO Griff Lynch. “We’re on track to see greater container capacity by late 2027.”

The board approved three project components, including earth compacting to prepare the site to hold container stacks, removal of a former bridge pier and preliminary. . .

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