The Georgia Center of Innovation hosted its 14th annual Georgia Logistics Summit in Savannah last week. The event is a chance for industry experts to come together and talk technology, economy and other supply-chain related topics. It is also a chance for the Georgia Department of Economic Development and the governor’s office to showcase the policies and strategies they are putting in place to continue to grow the industry in the state.

“With the logistics industry contributing one-in-nine jobs in Georgia, this vital field helps our state remain No. 1 for business,” said Governor Brian Kemp. “Our logistics assets are a critical tool in the state’s toolbox to recruit the industries of tomorrow, and it’s no surprise that job creators consistently cite our logistics network as a reason they choose Georgia. You can truly make anything here and get it markets all over the world.”  

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