The Center of Innovation for Logistics is Georgia’s lead agency for fueling logistics competitiveness. Our team connects with all freight logistics sectors and provides a unique combination of access to technology leaders and university R&D, expert analysis of data and trends, cross-sector collaboration, and a collective industry voice. The result is increased opportunities for innovation, leading to industry growth and success.
Georgia Ports Authority’s deepwater terminals in Savannah and Brunswick are vital links in the global supply chain. These gateway ports handle everything from retail shipments and refrigerated cargo, to cars, machinery, agri-bulk, breakbulk and project cargo. Growing volumes have made the Port of Savannah the nation’s fourth-busiest container terminal, and the GPA the second busiest U.S. hub for Ro/Ro traffic. Georgia’s ports provide direct interstate connections, on-terminal rail, and 34 weekly container services.
International Auto Processing is proud to be the pioneer in vehicle processing operations at Brunswick, launching operations on October 6, 1986. IAP handled over 400,000 import and export units in 2016, and has processed over 5.8 million vehicles during the last 30 years. IAP is dedicated to providing responsive, top quality vehicle processing services that meet or exceed customers’ expectations.
For over 70 years the International Longshoremen’s Association LOCAL #1414 has been in the business of loading and unloading ships at the Port of Savannah, Georgia. In addition to ship loading and unloading, LOCAL #1414 programs include safety, lift truck and jockey truck training. The men and women of LOCAL #1414 are committed to providing you with the very best of qualified labor at a moment’s notice.