The Port of Savannah is growing again. The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) recently announced that it will spend $170 million on 55 hybrid-engine rubber-tired gantry cranes to outfit the Port of Savannah’s Ocean Terminal as it is redeveloped into an all-container facility. This will allow for the handling of more cargo and additional ships.

“This significant investment in new equipment will help prepare the Port of Savannah to handle more ships and cargo while maintaining the world-class service our customers have come to expect,” said GPA Executive Director Griff Lynch. “These new machines will expand our capabilities, operate at lower cost and leave a smaller carbon footprint than conventional diesel cranes.” 

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