American businesses have chosen Georgia's ports as a critical gateway in their supply chains. Learn from logistics experts why the Ports of Savannah and Brunswick are vital to their continued growth and success.
Mercedes Hernandez Garner, Manager and Head of Section for Kia Motors Manufacturing Georgia, and William Jackson, Warehouse Manager for IKEA's Savannah distribution center, talk about the strategic location of Georgia's ports, providing the capability for non-stop production and faster distribution.
See what the experts are saying about the importance of Georgia's ports to support the global supply chain.
Ed O'Neil, Integrated Logistics Services Director for Caterpillar, and Ryan Hutcherson, Director of Supply Chain for Georgia-Pacific, discuss how Georgia's road and rail network and single-terminal operations give them a competitive edge in the global marketplace.
Jorge L. Quijano, CEO of the Panama Canal Authority, tells how Savannah receives more cargo from the canal than any other U.S. East Coast port. Reade Kidd, Director of International Logistics for The Home Depot, weighs in.
Rick Gabrielson, Vice President of Transportation of Lowe's, and Chris Swartz, Director of Global Transportation & Logistics Services for AJC International, discuss how GPA's gate fluidity allows quick truck turns and speed to market.