As published online at Savannah CEO; December 9, 2016 – Do you remember the tile-matching puzzle video game Tetris made popular in the 1980s? In it, geometric shapes composed of four randomly arranged square blocks fall down the screen. The player’s objective is to manipulate these shapes by moving them sideways or rotating the pieces 90 degrees in order to create a horizontal line of 10 like units. Once the player lines up 10 blocks in a row, they would disappear, making more room for the next blocks falling from the sky.
Savannah, Ga. – December 5, 2016 – As released by the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) – Four new Super Post Panamax ship-to-shore cranes arrived at Garden City Terminal Monday, bringing the Port of Savannah’s total to 26, more than any other terminal in the U.S.
As originally published in Business In Savannah – Business today practically moves at the speed of light. International trade, fierce worldwide competition, excessive governmental laws and regulations, just-in-time inventories, labor strikes, and various other economic and political factors can all impact our complex supply chain. In such a fast-paced environment – and especially for companies that export their products around the globe – it is imperative to have an international logistics provider looking out for your best interests at all times.
By Eric Johnson – Monday, 2016 October 31 – Japan’s three major ocean carriers – MOL, NYK Line and “K” Line – have agreed to spin off their container divisions and merge them July 1, according to a joint statement released Monday morning in Japan. The carriers have long been mooted as partners in a liner shipping environment where excess capacity and slow demand for containerized goods has hurt the bottom lines of nearly every carrier.
As released by the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), October 8 @ 12:15 p.m. – To all our valued Customers, Service Providers and Port Stakeholders: We are pleased to report all power has been restored at both Garden City and Ocean Terminals in Savannah. Power at our Brunswick facilities will be restored by the end of today, Sunday, October 9.
As previously release via American Shipper, Monday – October 10, 2016: Georgia Ports Authority Executive Director Griff Lynch said the Port of Savannah is quickly recovering from Hurricane Matthew, but cargo vessels are unable to reach the port until navigational aids are repaired.
As release by the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), October 5 @ 8:26 a.m. – To: All Georgia Ports Authority Customers — The Georgia Ports Authority is monitoring Hurricane Matthew very closely. Preparations are being made at GPA’s Brunswick and Savannah terminals for heavy rains and sustained storm force winds.