Covid-19 impacts Port of Savannah minimally for FY 2020

Strong export markets and record volumes earlier in fiscal 2020 helped offset the impact of Covid-19 on cargo volumes at the Georgia ports. The Georgia Ports Authority reported the Port of Savannah handled 4.44 million twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) in Fiscal Year 2020, down less than 1% compared to fiscal 2019. Total tons crossing all GPA docks were a record 37.77 million, up 0.6% or 223,000 tons, compared to FY2019. Container tons grew 2% or 560,440 tons to a record 33.5 million…

Strong export markets and record volumes earlier in fiscal 2020 helped offset the impact of Covid-19 on cargo volumes at the Georgia ports. The Georgia Ports Authority reported the Port of Savannah handled 4.44 million twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) in Fiscal Year 2020, down less than 1% compared to fiscal 2019. Total tons crossing all GPA docks were a record 37.77 million, up 0.6% or 223,000 tons, compared to FY2019. Container tons grew 2% or 560,440 tons to a record 33.5 million…

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