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  • One of the first tenants of the logistics business is this: Time is money.
    Nowhere is that more apparent than at our nation’s container ports, where speed and efficiency — in transit, in loading and unloading — factor into the price we pay for everything from groceries to electronics.


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Mary Carr Mayle

One of the first tenants of the logistics business is this: Time is money.
Nowhere is that more apparent than at our nation’s container ports, where speed and efficiency — in transit, in loading and unloading — factor into the price we pay for everything from groceries to electronics.

Julia Ritchey

By most meaningful metrics, it was a pretty good year to not just visit Savannah but for Visit Savannah, the destination marketing organization charged with promoting the Hostess City to travelers.

Bill Dawers / City Talk

Savannah officials are dropping a few of the more problematic proposals from a draft revision of the city’s alcohol ordinance.

According to information on the city’s website (http://savannahga.gov/alcohol), city staff are scrapping the proposed requirements that many license holders hire additional security even if they have no history of police calls and that 18- to 20-year-olds be banned from restaurants that serve alcohol after 10 p.m.