The Ports of Savannah, Brunswick, Bainbridge and Columbus are vital gateways for the seamless flow of commerce between port and market. From deepwater ports to inland barge operations, these facilities provide essential services on a worldwide as well as domestic scale.
Port of Savannah
- Garden City Terminal is Savannah’s ultramodern, dedicated container terminal. At 1,200 acres, it’s North America’s largest single-terminal container facility.
- The 200.4-acre Ocean Terminal is a combination breakbulk and RoRo facility handling forest and solid wood products, steel, automotive and heavy equipment, project shipments and heavy-lift cargoes.
Port of Brunswick
- At 1,700 acres, Colonel’s Island Terminal moves both RoRo and agri-bulk commodities. Its autoport facility handles more than 12 major manufacturers.
- A dedicated breakbulk facility, Mayor’s Point Terminal is a 22-acre facility specializing in forest products and general cargo.
- Marine Port Terminals’ 72-acre facility handles a diverse mix of breakbulk and bulk commodities.
- An inland barge operation, the Port of Bainbridge is a 107-acre facility that handles both liquid and dry bulk.
- The Port of Columbus is a 14-acre inland barge operation specializing in liquid bulk.