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Savannah Port Continues to Boom

While West Coast ports have seen a double-digit percentage decline in import container volumes, East Coast ports continue to see volume increases even as the overall import volume slows. Savannah port continues to lead the way in growth year over year.


As importers' inventory volumes decrease into the new year we anticipate ports like Savannah to continue to see steady growth into 2023.


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