Port of Savannah in Georgia re-opens after Irma

By Yoke Wong
Published: Wednesday, 13 September 2017

One of the largest container terminals in North America has re-opened following a four-day shutdown in response to Hurricane Irma. Many producers are expecting shipping operations to normalise quickly pending any damages to port facilities.

The port of Savannah in the US state of Georgia is expected to restart operations on 13 September following a four-day closure due to mandatory coastal evacuation for hurricane Irma.   

The major container terminal was shut 9-12 September, after the local government declared a state of emergency on...

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