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Port of Savannah receives four new electric ship-to-shore cranes

Georgia Ports Authority photo The Port of Savannah’s latest order of ship-to-shore electric cranes transits the Savannah River channel on Aug. 24.

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SAVANNAH, Ga. — The Port of Savannah received four Super Post-Panamax ship-to-shore cranes in August, upgrading the crane fleet to 34 machines at Garden City Terminal after four older cranes are retired and recycled.

“Along with the completion of our project to improve Berth 1, these cranes will help deliver faster turn times to our ocean carrier customers, including the largest vessels calling on the U.S. East Coast,” said Griff Lynch, Georgia Ports Authority president and CEO. “No other terminal in the nation can bring more cranes to bear, or match the efficiency, productivity and global connectivity. . .

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