The Port of Savannah delivers more. More efficiency. More flexibility. More choices. More services. More reach. More access. And we strive to do it all in a more environmentally sustainable way.
Garden City Terminal is the largest single-terminal container port in North America.
- 1,200 acres, all dedicated to container cargo
- USCBP to expedite clearance and consolidate security
- Client Relations Center – One point of contact, one-of-a-kind support
- WebAccess (webaccess.gaports.com) – 24/7 visibility and real-time shipment status
- Reefer service – Largest refrigerated container gateway in the U.S.
9,700 feet of contiguous berth space.
- Nearly 2 miles of uninterrupted berth space
- More than 126 RTGs
- 22 ship-to-shore cranes
- Easily adapt to shifting schedules
Over 4 million square feet of warehousing space available.
- Located within 30 miles of the port.
- Certified sites and shovel-ready programs
- Strong 3PL Presence – Options for warehouse and ocean carrier needs
- Growth Potential–A go-to state for growth-minded companies
- Dedicated Economic Development Team
- Tour sites via Georgia’s Commercial Corridors Tool
We cover practically any container shipment on any schedule to any place. Select the right service based on transit time with our Global Carrier Services Tool. Simply choose your point of origin. The tool does the rest. Road and rail times for major U.S. inland hubs also are included to help you make the best decision for your business.
Two Class I railroads on terminal, CSX and Norfolk Southern, save time and maximize your reach to more consumers.
- Intermodal Container Transfer Facilities – On-terminal rail saves time and money, minimizes drayage, and reduces fees.
- Two- to three-day transit to major Southeast, Gulf Coast and Midwest hubs
- Overnight service to Atlanta, the fastest of any port
Immediate access to two major interstates – I-16 (East/West) and I-95 (North/South).
- Reach 44% of U.S. consumers in 2-3 days
- More than 150 trucking companies available
- One of the highest over-the-road container weight allowances among all Southeastern states
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