The Port of Savannah broke multiple records in 2017, Griff Lynch, Georgia Ports Authority executive director said on Monday.
The Cosco Development, a 13,000 TEU capacity vessel, is shown at the Garden City Terminal. The Port of Savannah grew its volume by more than 400,000 twenty-foot container units in 2017. (Photo courtesy of GPA)
Over the last three years, the Bull Street corridor south of Forsyth Park and north of Victory Drive has experienced tremendous growth as locally owned businesses continue to open in one of Savannah’s fastest growing sectors.
Several recent City Talk columns have focused on the increasing need for affordable housing in the Savannah metro area, especially in neighborhoods that are close to jobs and a variety of transportation options.
One of Gulfstream’s best-selling jets has retired.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced on Friday that it had delivered its final G450. Its “replacement” is the G500. Five G500 aircraft are undergoing flight testing, with type certification anticipated in early 2018. (Photo courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace Corp.)
The Hostess City continues to earn accolades from tourism magazines and the attention of tourists from all walks of life, but with a dozen new hotels opening next year, hotel occupancy rates may plateau.
When entering negotiations in the business world, many of us tread lightly. The high-powered business negotiation conjures up images of power suits and cut-throat techniques being used in order to selfishly achieve one’s ultimate goal.