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Georgia Ports Authority On Track for 4.3 Million Teus

It is the 25th consecutive month the GPA has posted positive year-over-year growth. 

Movie Company in Georgia Cited by U.S. Dept of Labor for Violation

OSHA investigated the incident after a stuntman was injured while performing a stunt from a moving vehicle traveling approximately 18 mph. OSHA issued a serious citation for failing to provide adequate head protection during stunts.

United States Wins Dispute Finding China’s Administration of Grain Tariff-Rate Quotas Breaches WTO Commitments

This panel report is the second significant victory for U.S. agriculture this year, and, together with the victory against China’s excessive domestic support for grains, will help American farmers compete on a more level playing field.

GA Company Honored with Presidential Award for Export Achievements

48 companies from 25 states were honored. One Georgia entity made the list.

First New Crane Begins Work at Port of Savannah

The first of Georgia Ports Authority’s four new Neo-Panamax cranes started work before dawn Wednesday at Garden City Terminal. A Hapag Lloyd vessel with...

Jessica Wyatt Smith, former Mayor of Lyerly, receives promotion at Redmond

Jessica Wyatt Smith, former Mayor of Lyerly, has been named the controller at Redmond Regional Medical Center. Smith will be responsible for the supervision...

Twins Pizza provides Christmas Lunch for 800 people

The sixth annual, Christmas lunch at Twins Pizza and Steaks in Lafayette was a huge success, serving around 800 people this Christmas Day. The...

Georgia Ports See Busiest May for Total Tons, Teus

Last month was GPA’s busiest May ever and the second busiest month in the Port of Savannah’s history,

Georgia Extends Oyster Harvest Closure in State Waters

Commissioner Mark Williams has announced that Georgia's territorial waters will remain closed to commercial and recreational oyster harvest effective 6:00 a.m., Monday, October 1,...

Oil prices continue to fall, fear of oversupply

Oil prices continue to fall