The sea ports in Georgia include the Georgia Ports Authority’s Savannah-based container terminal. This location is the largest single-operator facility in North America, and also holds the title of fastest-growing and 4th-largest in total volume. Georgia Port Authority’s Savannah Container Terminal serves serves over 100 lines of steamships, has convenient intermodal connections, state-of-the-art cargo- handling equipment and value-added services.
The Port of Brunswick is the nation’s busiest sea port for automobile imports. Savannah is also responsible for moving more than 16 percent of the East Coast’s overseas container cargo and is one of the few ports in the U.S. with two Class 1 railroad facilities on-terminal.