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Georgia’s ports continue to set new highs as more containers, bulk goods and cars moved through state ports in the most recent fiscal year. Today, a state official writes about the increases in imports and exports, while a lumber executive credits the state’s overall business climate and terminal traffic for expanding his operation’s reach.
Port cargo increases are no accident
By Curtis Foltz
Georgia’s ports saw unprecedented trade in the past fiscal year. More containers, bulk goods and cars are supporting more than 352,000 jobs across Georgia. The rising tide of the economy is literally bringing more imports to our shores and sending more exports to global markets.