The nation’s fastest growing port is reaching farther.

Industry is reaching farther, too, at America’s fourth largest and the nation’s fastest growing container port. In 2012 Port of Savannah handled more than 2.9 million TEUs (Twenty Foot Equivalent Units) in throughput and 10.2% of all U.S. containerized exports.

The Port provides Asian transit times as low as 22 days and 11-day express service to and from Europe, leading all U.S. Southeastern and Gulf ports in global services. To expand services, the Port has engaged in global partnerships with:

  • Shanghai, China

  • Shimizu, Japam

  • Sydney, Australia

  • The Panama Canal Authority

  • The Suez Canal Authority

  • Liberia National Port Authority

The port operates two deep-water terminals, Garden City and Ocean.

Garden City Terminal is a dedicated 1,200-acre single container terminal operated by the innovative Client Relations Center. Garden City offers excellent multi-modal connections, including two Class I rail providers as well as immediate interstate access with over 100 trucking companies servicing the Savannah area.

Ocean Terminal is a general cargo terminal handling breakbulk, RoRo, containers and heavy-lift cargo. It also offers multi-modal connections including rail providers and interstate access along with the service of over 150 trucking companies.





Port of Brunswick: Specialists in breakbulk, agri-bulk and RoRo cargoes.

Port of Brunswick offers the services of three terminals, all of them served by Class I rail connections with easy highway and Interstate access.

Mayor’s Point Terminal
Spreading over 22 acres, Mayor’s Point specializes as a distribution center for forest and solid wood products such as wood pulp, linerboard, plywood and paper products.

Colonel’s Island Terminal
Secured and fenced, Colonel’s Island offers two facilities:

  • RoRo Facility—One of the largest automotive facilities in the nation as well as one of the most environmentally pristine.

  • Agri-bulk Facility—One of the largest agri-bulk operations in the U.S. South Atlantic, this facility accommodates a range of products in combined flat and vertical storage.

Marine Port Terminals
This145-acre facility specializes in the handling of breakbulk and bulk commodities.







 Port of Charleston: Award-winning export to Europe and Asia.

Slated for a $1.3 billion capital improvement expected to boost port capacity 50% by 2018, the Port of Charleston today offers some of the deepest channels in the Southeast. Cargo terminals include:

Wando Welch Terminal
The Port’s largest facility specializes mainly in the handling of containerized goods and has recently added an addition 90 acres of storage space.

North Charleston Terminal
This container facility offers the services of a on-terminal freight station and rail yard and direct access to I-26 and I-526.

Veteran’s Terminal
This fully secured dedicated bulk, breakbulk, RoRo and project cargo facility offers both union and non-union stevedoring.


Columbus Street Terminal
This is a true multi-purpose facility well-equipped to handle container, common breakbulk, bulk, rolling stock, heavy-lift and project cargo.



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