Port of Savannah

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AAPA; throughput excluding domestic

 

Top 5 U.S. Container Ports

2015 Port Ranking by TEUs


Rank
Container Port
Container Volume (in TEUs)
1
Los Angeles
8,160,458
2
Long Beach
7,192,066
3
New York/New Jersey
6,371,720
4
Savannah
3,737,425
5
Seattle/Tacoma
2,760,811
AAPA; throughput excluding domestic


Port of Savannah


Specifications
Port of Savannah (Garden City and Ocean Terminal)
River, lake or ocean
River
Channel depth
42' (12.8m) at MLW. Expansion to 47' (14.3m) at MLW coming soon
Turning basin
King's Island Turning Basin 1500ft x 1600ft (457.2m x 487.7m)
Marsh Island Turning Basin 900ft x 1000ft (274.3m x 304.8m)
Berths
Garden City Terminal: 9
Ocean Terminal: 9 (5 berths/4 slips)
Berth length
Garden City Terminal: 9,693 continuous feet (2,955m)
Ocean Terminal: 5,768 feet (1,758m)
General cargo facilities
Garden City Terminal: Containers
Ocean Terminal: Breakbulk, RoRo, Containers, Heavy-Lift, Project Cargo
Containerized facilities
The Port of Savannah ranks fourth among U.S. containerized ports in volume. At the end of Fiscal Year 2015, the Port of Savannah moved 3.67 million TEUs
Storage facilities
Yes, 2.6 million square feet of on-terminal warehousing (1.2 million square feet at Garden City Terminal and 1.4 million square feet at Ocean Terminal)
Highways serving port
I-95, I-16, I-516
Railways serving port
CSX and Norfolk Southern (both Class 1) with Intermodal Container Transfer Facilities (ICTF)
Georgia Ports Authority


Customs Port of Entry


Name
Location
Port of Savannah
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (USCBP) is centrally located within the Port of Savannah's Garden City and Ocean Terminals
Georgia Ports Authority