Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 10, Numbers 1-4, 1970 January/February-1970 September/October

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Georgia Government Publications
Title:
Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 10, Numbers 1-4, 1970 January/February-1970 September/October
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Georgia. Ports Authority
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Savannah, Ga. : Georgia. Ports Authority
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1970-01/1970-09
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Georgia Ports Authority--Periodicals
Harbors--Georgia--Periodicals
Shipping--Georgia--Periodicals
Georgia Ports Authority
Harbors
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JANUARYFEBRUARY 1970 VOLUME 10 NUMBER 1 JIM BISSON Editor
ATERPILLAR VIA CATERPILLAR 4 TERMINAL TRANSPORT 6 PROPELLER CLUB 8 HONORED GUEST 10 SPORTATION WITHIN GEORGIA 12 601970 YEARS OF PROGRESS 14 HEAVY DATES 16 SNEAK PREVIEW 17 PORT NEWS VIEWS 18 SAILING SCHEDULE 21 PORT DIRECTORY 27
You will notice that this issue f the AnehorAge predominantly Elects one particular color We re experiencing the same effect n our docks We cali it Furious el low
Mind you were not complain g but when you marshall thoutnds of tons of Caterpillar uipment under sunny southern ies you create and generate slden yellow reflections that m warm the heart of any traf man
If youre a curious fellow sout our Furious Yellow turn page 4 and read on
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALSBRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
R E Hamilton Dalton
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Charles E Walker Columbus
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9129641721 Advertising rates furnished on request
chorAge is published bimonthly and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
In addition to being a thriving port city the beauty oi Savannah makes it a mecca for tourists and it is most interesting in the manner that one complements the other
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Each week many importers and exporters visit us in that they are intensely interested in the bulk facility and the container terminal currently under construction and moving toward completion
And it is also most interesting in that many of them are accompanied by their wives so that together they may enjoy the charm and graciousness that is so much a part of Savannah
The historic colonial homes the little antique shops treeshaded streets beautified by Spanish moss and the fine restaurants all of these and more lend attractiveness to Savannah for her many visitors
So it is little wonder that many of our friends who are heavily involved in foreign trade also find Savannah an interesting place to families
This of course is known as enjoying the best of n business with pleasure
Savannah is building a new 20acre container terminal
4c Savannah to feature Nations largest worlds fastest Container Crane
4c Savannah is midway between Norfolk and Miami
4c Savannah is now the largest general cargo port on the South Atlantic
4c Savannah will be South Atlantics leading Container Port
Georgia Ports Authority
4c Savannah will be ready May 1970
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CATERPILLAR VIA CATERPILLAR 4 TERMINAL TRANSPORT 6 PROPELLER CLUB 8 HONORED GUEST 10 TRANSPORTATION WITHIN GEORGIA 12 19601970 YEARS OF PROGRESS 14
HEAVY DATES 16 SNEAK PREVIEW 17 PORT NEWS VIEWS 18 SAILING SCHEDULE 21 PORT DIRECTORY 27
You will notice that this issue of the Anchor Age predominantly reflects one particular color We are experiencing the same effect on our docks We call it Furious Yellow
Mind you were not complain ing but when you marshall thousands of tons of Caterpillar equipment under sunny southern skies you create and generate golden yellow reflections that can warm the heart of any traffic man
If youre a curious fellow about our Furious Yellow turn to page 4 and read on
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALSBRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
R E Hamilton Dalton
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Charles E Walker Columbus
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9129641721 Advertising rates furnished on request
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
In addition to being a thriving port city the beauty of Savannah makes it a mecca for tourists and it is most interesting in the manner that one complements the other
THE
EXECUTIVES
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J D HOLT
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1970
Each week many importers and exporters visit us in that they are intensely interested in the bulk facility and the container terminal currently under construction and moving toward completion
And it is also most interesting in that many of them ate accompanied by their wives so that together they may enjoy the charm and graciousness that is so much a part of Savannah
The historic colonial homes the little antique shops treeshaded streets beautified by Spanish moss and the fine restaurants all of these and more lend attractiveness to Savannah for her many visitors
So it is little wonder that many of our friends who are heavily involved in foreign trade also find Savannah an interesting place to families
This of course is known as enjoying the best of ri business with pleasure

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It could be said that the Georgia Ports Authority and the Caterpillar Tractor Company are the happy participants in a mutual admiration society
Caterpillar has for many years been trusting GPA know how in moving its products to overseas markets Likewise the GPA put its trust in Caterpillar when it installed Caterpillar engines in its first two 35ton gantry cranes back in 1954
Has it worked You bet it has Savannah has been the leading South Atlantic port of embarkation for Caterpillar equipment for many years We now have six Catpowered gantry cranes for heavy lift operations
Our first two Catcranes 1954 vintage are still at work loading Caterpillar equipment and thousands of other commodities at our Garden City terminal with a total of 71000 hours of operating time without a major overhaul
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DOUBLE T LINE OPENS SAVANNAH TERMINAL TO CAPTURE MIDWEST CONTAINER TRAFFIC

RAYMOND C DALKA VicePresident Sales
BURTON C KINNEY VicePresident Traffic
Terminal Transport Company Inc the Double T Line has expanded its service into Double T Land by opening an agency in Savannah Georgia
Commenting on the move to the South Atlantics largest port Raymond Dalka Vice PresidentSales for Terminal Transport said We are hopeful of capturing the much publicized yet infant mode of transportation called containerization We have been keeping a close watch on the Georgia Ports Authoritys tremendous growth at Savannah The Authoritys terminals in Savannah handle over 65000 trucks a year and we expect their figure to zoom even higher when the Authoritys modern container
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terminal is completed in the summer of this year
Terminal Transport has been building its reputation for a long timesince October 23 1931 to be exact The Company was formed with less than a dozen trucks in Indianapolis Indiana and shared its operating facilities with another carrier in that city That was 39 years ago and Terminal Transport of that day little resembles Terminal Transport of today
With executive offices in Atlanta Terminal Transport operates a fleet of more than 2700 units serving heavy industrialized markets throughout the Midwest Today Terminal Transport turns its traffic oriented eye on the forward moving part of Savannah and Con
tainer Central now under construction by the Georgia Ports Authority with direct service on importexport traffic from Savannah to all terminal points in the Midwest
A list of the states that are served by Terminal Transport from Savannah include Michigan Illinois Indiana Missouri Kentucky Tennessee Alabama and Ohio As a common carrier of general freight commodities Terminal travels over 5254 miles of routes bringing direct daily service to hundreds of communities The highway mileage for Double T Line units averages approximately one million miles each week
Terminal Transport often is pointed to as being unique among
truck lines in that it has been highly successful in operating a MidwestSouth business Several reasons are given for this including qualified personnel effective cost control efficiency of operations equipment and terminal facilities
Terminal Transport has been growing as the truck industry has grown It has been growing because it serves an area requiring constantly increasing service It has been growing because it provides a kind and quality of service shippers want and demand It has been growing because they realize potential growth areas and the merits thereof and containerization is certainly another expanded operation Terminal Transport will pursue to bolster its profit structure
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1970
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NATIONAL CONVENTION 1969
Were a little late folks but the 43rd National Convention of the Propeller Club of the United States and the American Merchant Marine Conference held in Savannah October 2527 was such an outstanding success we thought we would run a few photographs of the various activities
See anybody you know
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Probably the most valued allies of Georgias progressive ports program are the members of the State General Assembly These dedicated Georgians and their predecessors have constantly supported port improvements and expansions since the inception of the program twentyfive years ago
The only opportunity we have to strut our stuff for these valued colleagues is during the annual port inspection tour by the State Senate and House Port Committees
This year the Senate group headed by Senator Ronald Adams of Brunswick and the House group headed by Representative Arthur Funk of Savannah spent two days touring the GPA facilities at Brunswick and Savannah
The tour was scheduled to coincide with the monthly meeting of the Georgia Ports Authority and all members of the Authority including Chairman Robert Tharpe were on hand to personally conduct the legislators on their tour
Legislators on this years inspection tour were Senators Adams Culver Kidd Milledgeville Jack Fincher Sr Canton and William Searcey Savannah Representatives Funk Philip Chandler Milledgeville Earl Davis Columbus Don Moore Toccoa and Paul Nessmith Statesboro
Above At Brunswick Sen Adams Sen Kidd Rep Chandler Sen Fincher Rep j V Nessmith Rep Davis Rep Moore and Frank Hill Pres Brunswick C of C Below At Savannah Rep Funk A M Harris Sr Vice Chairman GPA J Emmett Moylan Comptroller GPA and Sen Searcey
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Above Sen Adams Sen Kidd and GPA Chairman Tharpe appear pleased at GPA Savannah dockside activities Below Likewise are GPA Executive Director J D Holt Rep Davis and GPA Board Member Charles E Walker
Above James I Newsome Jr GPA Director of Operations explains ship loading procedures to Rep Moore Chairman Tharpe Rep Chandler and GPA Board Member R E Hamilton Below Jim Hall Director Brunswick Committee of 100 explains Brunswicks future industrial plans to the group
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GEORGIA as the largest state in the United States east of the Mississippi River enjoys a wide and varied transportation system commensurate with its size If this were not true Georgia would be an enormous land mass devoid of industrial and agricultural activity Transportation has been one of Georgias tangible strengths and continues to be expanded year by year
In capsule form may I list the various forms of transportation available within Georgia
AIR
Georgia boasts one of the worlds foremost air transportation hubs
Atlanta truly the crossroads of the Southeast ranks fourth nationally in the number of total enplaned passengers and offers convenient direct service to more than 45 per cent of the nations population
In that Atlanta is the focal point of twentythree airline routes 13500000 passengers enplane and deplane annually involving 395000 aircraft with an arrival or departure every one and onethird minutes around the clock Totals air freight air mail and air express shipmenJ exceed 300000 tons annually and increfl 495 per cent in 1968 over 1967
Air service is not restricted to Athfl ever in that nine scheduled aii service to1 fourteen other namely Albany Athens Augfl Columbus Macon Moultriffl Thomasville Tifton Vab
In addition there tered throughout scheduled air seifl lighted runwayfl company important
As the railway state is well served boasts of 26 carriers roads operating 5558 nH branch line track with monH dieselized
The major lines are the CentraM Seaboard Coastline the L Southern Railway system and a nmj
TRANSPORTATION WITHIN GEORGIA
In November the State Chamber of Commerce rolled out the Green Carpet for a number of executives from the nations leading consulting firms The threeday Green Carpet Tour was designed to acquaint consultants active in locating industries with Georgia industrial development personnel Part of the program included a detailed description of Georgias transportation systems by J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority Considering our reader interest in transportation we print below Mr Holts Transportation Within Georgia
the carriers serving the state can reach important consuming markets with a single line haul eliminating the necessity of an interchange from one carrier to another
If it moves by rail Georgia can move it
MOTOR FREIGHT
Georgia is served by upward of 100 scheduled motor carriers many of which operate wholly in interstate transportation with some 400 irregular route carriers many of them operating statewide service Specialized commodity carriers refrigerated gasoline chemicals etc and contract haulers are available to shippers and recejers of freight throughout
j freight service to d Georgia points tetate carriers slfcrk Phila service
HgPen enment of Ipatate by the result inland ieen established Inty at the Georgia udge and Columbus d to low cost barge omit plants on the banks Ipi areas accessible to barge
be emphasized that a lower WP structure evolves by both rail and ih the introduction of low cost barge
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Direct singly and from mai is furnishjf Importa delphv fror
competition and that Georgia shippers having plants adjacent to our waterways are saving millions of dollars in transportation costs
The advantages of Georgias river systems warrant investigation particularly in this age of chemistry in that most of the new chemical plants are being located on the rivers of our country and land in Georgia is available along our rivers
And finally Georgias deepwater ports of Savannah and Brunswick offer avenues of trade with all of the trading nations of the world whether it be the sale of manufactured goods or the importation of essential raw materials for Georgias factories
As new plants have come into Georgia with the intent of reaping the rich rewards of foreign commerce and as existing concerns become more involved in international trade the Georgia Ports Authority has kept pace with the demand by building the docking facilities required for ocean going vessels As a matter of fact some sixty million dollars have been spent by the Authority to build the most modern and sophisticated facilities to be found Hfewhere
Iffignt expenditures include a five million tamer facility to keep pace with the r revolution as well as a nine and srw million dollar bulk commodity hanfacility for ores clays fertilizers etc
Additionally the Georgia Ports Authority is building a four and onehalf million dollar railroad to connect with the main lines of the Seaboard Coastline Railroad and the Southern Railway System to open up a 7000 acre deepwater industrial site known as Colonels Island at Brunswick Georgia
Choice deepwater sites are available at both Savannah and Brunswick and as the United States becomes more dependent upon foreign countries for raw materials the accessibility of ocean transport becomes an increasingly important factor in plant location
So in Georgia never let it be said that you t get there from here With Georgias excellent transportation system merchandise and people can travel by air rail truck automobile barge or ship to any place in the world and most people having lived here for a while usually buy a round trip ticket
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1970
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GEORGIA as the largest state in the United States east of the Mississippi River enjoys a wide and varied transportation system commensurate with its size If this were not true Georgia would be an enormous land mass devoid of industrial and agricultural activity Transportation has been one of Georgias tangible strengths and continues to be expanded year by year
In capsule form may I list the various forms of transportation available within Georgia
AIR
Georgia boasts one of the worlds foremost air transportation hubs
Atlanta truly the crossroads of the Southeast ranks fourth nationally in the number of total enplaned passengers and offers convenient direct service to more than 45 per cent of the nations population
In that Atlanta is the focal point of twentythree airline routes 13500000 passengers enplane and deplane annually involving 395000 aircraft with an arrival or departure every one and onethird minutes around the clock Total air freight air mail and air express shipments exceed 300000 tons annually and increased 495 per cent in 1968 over 1967
Air service is not restricted to Atlanta however in that nine scheduled air lines offer service to1 fourteen other Georgia cities namely Albany Athens Augusta Brunswick Columbus Macon Moultrie Rome Savannah Thomasville Tifton Valdosta and Way cross
In addition there are sixtythree cities scattered throughout Georgia that do not have scheduled air service but do have paved and lighted runways In this sophisticated era of company planes and private flying this is important
RAIL
As the railway map of Georgia shows the state is well served by railway lines Georgia blasts of 26 carriers eight being Class I railroads operating 5558 miles of main and branch line track with motive power entirely dieselized
The major lines are the Central of Georgia Seaboard Coastline the L N and the Southern Railway system and a number of
TRANSPORTATION
WITHIN GEORGIA
In November the State Chamber of Commerce rolled out the Green Carpet for a number of executives from the nations leading consulting firms The threeday Green Carpet Tour was designed to acquaint consultants active in locating industries with Georgia industrial development personnel Part of the program included a detailed description of Georgias transportation systems by J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority Considering our reader interest in transportation we print below Mr Holts Transportation Within Georgia
the carriers serving the state can reach important consuming markets with a single line haul eliminating the necessity of an interchange from one carrier to another
If it moves by rail Georgia can move it
MOTOR FREIGHT
Georgia is served by upward of 100 scheduled motor carriers many of which operate wholly in interstate transportation with some 400 irregular route carriers many of them operating statewide service Specialized commodity carriers refrigerated gasoline chemicals etc and contract haulers are available to shippers and receivers of freight throughout the state
Direct singleline motor freight service to and from major U S cities and Georgia points is furnished by numerous interstate carriers Important centers such as New York Philadelphia and Chicago receive third day service from most Georgia communities
HIGHWAYS
Georgia is served by a road system comprising 97427 miles The State Highway Department maintains 17135 miles of paved highways that connect with an extensive system of county roads which afford the smaller communities the advantage of modern highway facilities
In addition Georgia will have 1147 miles of interstate highways running north and south and east and west as well as diagonally across the state
PORTS WATERWAYS
Georgias industrial growth has been enhanced by the accelerated development of waterways and harbors within the state by the U S Corps of Engineers As a result inland river barge terminals have been established by the Georgia Ports Authority at the Georgia cities of Augusta Bainbridge and Columbus and industries oriented to low cost barge transportation have built plants on the banks of our rivers or in areas accessible to barge movement
It needs to be emphasized that a lower freight rate structure evolves by both rail and truck with the introduction of low cost barge
competition and that Georgia shippers having plants adjacent to our waterways are saving millions of dollars in transportation costs
The advantages of Georgias river systems warrant investigation particularly in this age of chemistry in that most of the new chemical plants are being located on the rivers of our country and land in Georgia is available along our rivers
And finally Georgias deepwater ports of Savannah and Brunswick offer avenues of trade with all of the trading nations of the world whether it be the sale of manufactured goods or the importation of essential raw materials for Georgias factories
As new plants have come into Georgia with the intent of reaping the rich rewards of foreign commerce and as existing concerns become more involved in international trade the Georgia Ports Authority has kept pace with the demand by building the docking facilities required for ocean going vessels As a matter of fact some sixty million dollars have been spent by the Authority to build the most modern and sophisticated facilities to be found anywhere
Current expenditures include a five million dollar container facility to keep pace with the container revolution as well as a nine and onehalf million dollar bulk commodity handling facility for ores clays fertilizers etc
Additionally the Georgia Ports Authority is building a four and onehalf million dollar railroad to connect with the main lines of the Seaboard Coastline Railroad and the Southern Railway System to open up a 7000 acre deepwater industrial site known as Colonels Island at Brunswick Georgia
Choice deepwater sites are available at both Savannah and Brunswick and as the United States becomes more dependent upon foreign countries for raw materials the accessibility of ocean transport becomes an increasingly important factor in plant location
So in Georgia never let it be said that you can t get there from here With Georgias excellent transportation system merchandise and people can travel by air rail truck automobile barge or ship to any place in the world and most people having lived here for a while usually buy a round trip ticket
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1970
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As old Father Time pushes us into another decade we pause to reflect on the Swinging 609s At the close of the 509s the physical structure of the Georgia Ports Authority consisted of nine deepwater berths in Savannah one in Brunswick and the inland barge terminal at Bainbridge We maintained a Traffic and Commerce office in Atlanta and Sales offices in New York and Chicago
Construction was started on three additional deepwater berths and a 11000 ton molten sulphur storage facility at the Authoritys Garden City terminal in Savannah At the same time construction was underway on Georgias second inland barge terminal at Augusta
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Southern Nitrogen i cal announces plan multimillion dollar cl on port property a Liquid storage and b ment added at Bali Authority opens its sales office in Bonn V
Berth number two started at Brunswick Construction underway on GPAs third barge terminal at Columbus Bids let on three additional berths at Ocean terminal Colonels Island purchased Complete renovation of all warehouses
Augusta facility doubled in size with bulk handling equipment installed 1965 Plans complete for third berth at Brunswick Two berths completely renovated and bids let on two additional berths at Ocean terminal Foreign Sales office opened in Tokyo 1967
As we enter the 70s a 5 million expansion has just been completed at Ocean terminal Work has started on a 5 million railroad to the GPAs industrial tract on Colonels Island Construction has begun on a 9 million two berth dry bulk facility And
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The year of the big face lifting at Ocean terminal This facility had been purchased by the Authority in 1958 with four operational berths The 1961 construction project completely renovated seven berths at the Ocean terminal adding much needed berthing space

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Two new warehouses and a modern 52000 cu ft cold storage facility are constructed at the Authoritys Garden City terminal giving the GPA a total of 3 million sq ft of warehousing the largest complex of warehousing in the Southeast

Container Central is on schedule featuring the Nations largest container crane We end the 60s with 24 deepwater berths and 3 inland terminals We greet the 70s with a 19 million expansion program To our friends and customers who made it possible we say
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The Savannah Bar Pilols new 37foot launch the Savannah Pilot has a speed of 19 knots which enables her to negotiate the distance from The Pilot Base to the Seabuoy in 35 minutes or half the lime of the old pilot boat This means faster service in placing pilots on inbound vessels as well as a quick turnaround for pilols disembarking from outbound ships
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GENERAL OWEN
DO Transportation Management Challenge of the 70s will be the theme of the General Traffic Management Conference to be held March 24 1970 at the Dinkier Plaza Hotel Atlanta Ga under the sponsorship of Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service EAMTMTS
Col Richard A Borges EAMTMTS Director of Field Assistance will he the Conference Coordinator
On the opening day carrier representatives will join Installation Transportation Officers and transportation management personnel from the 34state Eastern and Midwestern areas to hear a welcome by Brig Gen E B Owen EAMTMTS Commander and remarks by Maj Gen C Lang MTMTS Commander Vincent F Caputo Director Transportation and Warehousing Policy Department of Defense will be the luncheon speaker The afternoon will feature panel discussions headed by General Owen and assisted by senior transportation officials from each of the military services Subjects will cover improvement of transportation services and economy of operation
March 3 and 4 will be devoted to DOD representatives workshop sessions where EAMTMTS Directorate of Field Assistance personnel will monitor group participation in such subjects as Personal Property Field Assistance and Passenger International Traffic Inland Traffic Traffic Services and Rating and Routing
Members of industry have been notified of the upcoming conference through invitations extended by carrier associations representing rail air motor waterways and freight forwarders
COLONEL BORGES
Pictured below are members of The Trust Company of Georgias International Department on a recent tour of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Savannah facilities The group from Atlanta was impressed by the progress on the Authoritys new Container Central and found the lour to be most interesting Left to right David P Mills group vice president Tom Fullilove commercial officer John Woodall 2nd vice president William Inglesby Inil Department Liberty National Bank Trust Co Savannah Bruce Bleeker 2nd vice president Adolfo Casal operations manager Mike Sullivan Bill Murray and John Rossi
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Its the gantry kind that comes in efficient quantities at the Port of Savannah Takes the waiting out of loading when time is money and visavis Makes shipping through this Georgia port a song for folks who want fast connections to the market place For more facts on Georgia shipping write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P 0 Box 2406 Savannah Georgia
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
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HANSEN TIDEMANN INC 405 Industrial Building P O Box 8145 31402 Tel 2338103 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2342621 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SAVAGEHARRINGTON INC
P O Box 8145 31402
SMITH KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2088 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1468 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 9667 31402 Tel 2346671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street P O Box 9833 31402 Tel 2322129
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
AFRICA
EAST AFRICA Tanga Zanzibar DaresSalaam
Mormacaltair Robin Mi SirachanMarch 10
SOUTH AFRICA
S A Welle vreden
African Star
Mormaccove
African Mercury
S A Nederburg
Mormacaltair
Black Osprey
A Vessel
Mormacpride
A Vessel
Beira Capetown Durban Port Elizabeth East London Lourenco Marques Tamatave
South African MarineSmith KellyFeb 19
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 19
Robin StrachanFeb 24
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMarch 3
South African MarineSmith KellyMarch 6
Robin StrachanMarch 10
South African MarineSmith KellyMarch 13
South African MarineSmith KellyMarch 20
Robin SirachanMarch 24
South African MarineSmith KellyMarch 27
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
Fernwave Barber West Africa
Doula WEST AFRICA
Fernwave Barber West Africa
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
FernwaveBarber West Africa
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
Fernwave Barber West Africa
Tema WEST AFRICA
Fernwaveg Barber West Africa
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS
Ammon Royal Netherlands StrachanFeb 20
LadonJaBL Royal Netherlands SirachanMarch 6
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands Strachan March 20
LadonRoyal Netherlands Sirachan March 28
StrachanFeb 27
StrachanFeb 27
StrachanFeb 27
SirachanFeb 27
SirachanFeb 27
Curacao NETHERLANDS
Ammon Royal Netherlands StrachanFeb 20
Ladon Royal Netherlands K StrachanMarch 6
ParthenonHRoyal Netherlands StrachanMarch 20
LadonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMarch 28
p o box 128 Savannah Ga 31402
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Kingston JAMAICA
Parthenon Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 17
Jason Royal Neiherlan ds Strachan Feb 77
Kreon Royal Netherlands Strachan March 13

Port au Prince HAITI
Parthenon Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 17
Jason Royal Netherlands Sirachan Feb 77
Kreon Royal Netherlands Strachan March 13

Port of Spain TRINIDAD
Ammon Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 70
Ladon Royal Netherlands Slrnhn 6
Parthenon Royal Netherlands Sirachan 70
Ladon Royal Netherlands Sirachan March 28

CENTRAL AMERICA
Cristobal CANAL ZONE
Maipo BmlgjBmS Chilean
COASTWISE
SirachanMarch 7
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
HordaITorm
SouthernMarch 14
Algiers ALGERIA
Falkenfels Hansa
HohensteinFeb 26
Ashdod ISRAEL
Qeshet Zim
Orient ExplorerjU Zim
MazalZim
SouthernFeb 17
SouthernFeb 20
SouthernMarch 4
Barcelona SPAIN
Thyra Torm Torm
Hordafl Torm
SouthernFeb 27
SouthernMarch 14
Beirut LEBANON
Thyra TormTorm
SouthernFeb 27
Joseph LykesLykes Brothers StrachanMarch
Hellas Hellenic yS3ldjpL StevensMarch 11
HordaTorm Southern March 14
Benghazi
F alkenf els Hansa
HohensteinFeb 26
Cadiz SPAIN
Joseph LykesLykes Brothers
StrachanMarch 2
Casablanca MOROCCO
Joseph LykesLykes Brothers StrachanMarch 2
Derince TURKEY
Joseph Lykes Lykes Brothers
StrachanMarch 2
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1970
Genoa ITALY
Piero FoscariSidarma Southeastern MaritimeFeb 13
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma Southeastern MaritimeFeb 20
FalkenfelsHansa HohensteinFeb 26
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
21
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Haifa ISRAEL Qeshei Zim Southern Feh 17
Orient Explorer Zim Southern Feb 20
Mazal Zim
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Savona ITALY
Piero FoscariSidarma Southeastern Maritime Feb 13
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma Southeastern Maritime Feb 20
Iskenderun TURKEY
Joseph Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan March 2
Istanbul TURKEY
Joseph Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan March 2
Izmir TURKEY
Joseph Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan March 2
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
Thyra TormTorm Southern Feb 27
Horda Torm 1 SouthernMarch 14
Leghorn ITALY
Piero FoscariSidarma Southeastern Maritime Feb 13
Lorenzo Marcello Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeFeb 20
FalkenfelsHansa Hohenstein Feb 26
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Thyra TormTorm
HordaTorm
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Thyra TormTorm
HordaTorm
Marseilles FRANCE
Piero FoscariSidarma
Lorenzo Marcello Sidarma
FalkenfelsHansa
TriglavJugolinija
Naples ITALY
Piero FoscariSidarma
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma
FalkenfelsHansa
SouthernFeb 27
SouthernMarch 14
SouthernFeb 27
SouthernMarch 14
Southeastern MaritimeFeb 13
Southeastern Maritime Feb 20
HohensteinFeb 26
Smith KellyMarch 15
Southeastern MaritimeFeb 13
Southeastern MaritimeFeb 20
HohensteinFeb 26
Piraeus GREECE
HellasssHellenic StevensMarch 11
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
TriglavJugolinija Smith Kelly March 15
Salonica GREECE
HellasHellenic StevensMarch 11
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Thyra TormTorm SouthernFeb 27
HordaTorm Southern March 14
Tripoli LIBYA
FalkenfelsHansa HohensteinFeb 26
HellasHellenic StevensMarch 11
Venice ITALY
Triglav Jugolinija Smith Kelly March 15
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
Kaisedyk Holland America
GorredykHolland America
HilversumIndependent Gulf
Fidelity RRegent
PoeldykHolland America
GrebbedykHolland America
Gaasterdyk Holland America
Antwerp BELGIUM
Katsedyk Holland America HohensteinFeb 15
GorredykHolland America HohensteinFeb 17
WestfalenOzeanStinnes Southeastern MFeb 19
Trollgar OzeanStinnes Southeastern MFeb 25
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Feb 28
Fidelity R Regent J R Shipping March 4
PoeldykHolland America Hohenstein March 9
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan March 13
GrebbedykHolland America HohensteinMarch 15
GaasterdykHolland America HohensteinMarch 29
HohensteinFeb 15
Hohenstein Feb 17
Smith Kelly Feb 28
J R ShippingMarch 4
HohensteinMarch 9
Hohenstein March 15
Hohenstein March 29
Bremen GERMANY
Katsedyk Holland America HohensteinFeb 15
GorredykHolland America HohensteinFeb 17
Westfalen OzeanStinnes Southeastern MFeb 19
TrollgarOzeanStinnes Southeastern MFeb 25
HilversumIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly Feb 28
Fidelity R Regent J R Shipping March 4
PoeldykHolland America Rjr Hohenstein March 9
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanMarch 13
GrebbedykHolland America HohensteinMarch 15
Gaasterdyk Holland America Hohenstein March 29
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Kingston Port au Prince Puerto Cabello Maracaibo Port of Spain Georgetown Paramaribo
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and
Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore Norfolk RAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland LAVINO SHIPPING CO Detroit INTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO
Rogai Rdlierlands Steamship tompang
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
SHIPPING COMPANY
2 Whitaker Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 9805 Phone 2339343
22
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Hamburg GERMANY
Kaisedyk Holland America Hohenstein Feb 15
Gorredyk Holland America Hohenstein Feb 17
Westfalen Ozean Stinn es Feb 19
Trollgar OzeanSiinnes Southeastern M Feb 25
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith TCallv Feb 28
Fidelity R Regent J R Shipping March 4
Poeldyk Holland America Hohenstein March 9
Theben Strachan 13
Grebbedyk Holland America Hohenstein March 15
Gaasterdyk Holland America Hohenstein 29

Le Havre FRANCE
Kaisedyk Holland America Hohenstein Feb 15
Gorredyk Holland America Hohenstein Feb 17
Poeldyk Holland America Hohenstein 9
Theben March 13
Grebbedyk Holland America Hohenstein March 15
Gaasterdyk Holland America Hohenstein March 29

Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Kaisedyk Holland America Hohenstein Feb 15
Gorredyk Holland America Hohenstein Feb 17
Westfalen OzeanStinn es Feb 19
Trollgar OzeanSiinnes Southeastern M Feb 25
Hilversum Independent Gulf Smith Kollv Feb 28
Fidelity R Regent J R Shipping March 4
Poeldyk Holland America Hohenstein 9
Theben WilhelmsenSweri Atlantic Strachan March 13
Grebbedyk Holland America Hohenstein March 15
Gaasterdyk Holland America Hohenstein March 29

PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Port Burnie Port Strachan Feb 16
Montreal Star Blue Star Southern Feb 17
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern Feb
Pacific Ocean Atlanttrafik Stevens Feb 36
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Feb 38
Nicolaos D L Am Australian Smith Kelly March 3
Cap Verde Columbus Southern 5
City of Sydney Am Australian Smith Kelly 10
City of Birkenhead Am Australian Smith Kelly March 18
Lake Ontario Ailanttrafik Stevens 18
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern March S3
Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 38
City of BirkenheadAm AustralianSmith KellyMarch 18
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Port BurniePort Strachan
Montreal StarBlue StarSouthern
Halifax StarBlue Star Southern
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik Stevens
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern Maritime
Nicolaos D LAm AustralianSmith Kelly
Cap Verde Columbus Southern
City of SydneyAm Australian Smith Kelly
Lake Ontario Ailanttrafik Stevens
Cap VilanoColumbus Southern
MandarincoreMaritime Fruit CarriersJ R Shipping
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine Rizal MCP Southeastern Maritime
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern
Philippine A Luna MCP Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres GarciaUnited PhilippineSouthern
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited PhilippineSouthern
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
Feb 1
Feb 17
Feb S3
Feb 36
Feb 38
March 3 March 5 March 10 March 18 March 33 March 35
Feb 18
Feb 37
March 4 March 8 March 19 March 37
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine Rizal
Philippines
Philippine A Luna
Phil Prs Garcia
Phil Prs Osmena
Phil Prs Magsaysay
MCP Southeastern
United Philippine
MCP Southeastern
United Philippine
United Philippine
United Philippine
MaritimeFeb 18
SouthernFeb 37
MaritimeMarch 4
SouthernMarch 8
SouthernMarch 19
SouthernMarch 37
Gisborne NEW ZEALAND
City of BirkenheadAm AustralianSmith KellyMarch 18
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Philippine Rizal
Philippines
Philippine A Luna
Muneshima Maru
Phil Prs Garcia
Export Builder
Phil Prs Osmena
Phil Prs Magsaysay
Florida Maru
Export Aide
MCP Southeastern Maritime
United Philippine Southern
MCP Southeastern Maritime
K Line Stevens
United PhilippineSouthern
Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
United PhilippineSouthern
United Philippine Southern
K LineStevens
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Feb 18 Feb 37
March 4 March 6 March 8 March 17 March 19 March 37 March 38 March 30
BUILDING 9122326184 GEORGIA
J
Ebberwein
Georgia Ports handle more general cargo tonnage than any ports in the South Atlantic
For more details on Brunswick and Savannah write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Ga
P
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1970
23
Ship Steamship Line
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Agency Sailing Date
Philippine RizaLMCP
Philippines United
Philippine A Luna MCP
Phjl Pres GarciaUnited
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited
Southeastern MaritimeFeb 18
Philippine SouthernFeb 27
Southeastern MaritimeMarch 4
Philippine SouthernMarch 8
Philippine SouthernMarch 1
Philippine SouthernMarch 27
Inchon KOREA Export Builder Am Export Ishrflnrlfcpn Strachan March 17 30
Export Aide Am Export Ishranrftsen

Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern Feb 26
Export Builder Am Export IshranHtsen Strachan
Hai Ho China Merchants Southern March 20
Export Aide Am Export IsbranHtsen Strachan 30

Keelung FORMOSA
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern 96
Muneshima Maru K Line Stevens March ft
Export Builder Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan March 17
Hai Ho China Merchants Southern Marrh 0
Florida Maru K Line Stevens March R
Export Aide Am Export Ishranilisen Strachan 30

Kobe JAPAN
Saitama Maru N Y K Strachan Feb 91
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern Feb 26
Philippines
Igaharu Maru
Mahsud
Muneshima Maru
Tacoma Maru
Phil Pres Garcia
St Louis Maru
Pendrecht
Export Builder
Phil Pres Osmena
Hai Ho
Phil Pres Magsaysay
Florida Mara
Export Aide
United Philippine
YamashitaShinnihon
MitsuiO S K
K Line
MitsuiO S K
United Philippine
MitsuiO S K
N Y K r
Am Export Isbrandlsen
United Philippine
China Merchants
United Philippine
K Line
Am Export Isbrandlsen
SouthernFeb 27
Smith 8c KellyFeb 28
Strachan March 1
StevensMarch 6
Strachan March 6
SouthernMarch 8
Strachan March 10
StrachanMarch 13
StrachanMarch 17
SouthernMarch 19
SouthernMarch 20
SouthernMarch 27
StevensMarch 28
StrachanMarch 30
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
City of Sydney Am 8c Australian Smith 8t Kelly March 10 18 18 22 25
City of Birkenhead Lake Ontario Am 8c Australian Atlanttrafik Smith 8c Kelly Stevens March March
Cap Vilano Columbus Southprn
Mandarincore Maritime Fruit Carriers J R Shipping March
Nagoya JAPAN
Saitama Maru N Y K Strachan Feb 23
Igaharu Mara Y amashita Shinni hon Smith tr Kelly Feh 28
Mahsud MitsuiO S K Strachan
Muneshima Mara K Line Stevens March 6
Tacoma Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan ft
St Louis Mara MitsuiO S K Strachan March 10
Pendrecht N Y K Strachan March 13
Florida Maru K Line Stevens March 28

Osaka JAPAN
Saitama Maru N Y K Strachan Feh 23
Igaharu Maru Y a mashita Shinnihon Smith 8r Kelly Feh 28
Mahsud MitsuiO S K Strachan March i
Muneshima Maru K Line Stevens March 6
Tacoma Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan March 6
St Louis Mara MitsuiO S K Strachan March 10
Pendrecht N Y K Strachan 13
Export Builder Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan March 17
Florida Maru K Line Stevens March 28
Export Aide Am Export IsbrnndtsAn Strachan 30

Pusan KOREA
Export Builder Am Export Isbranrlfsen Strachan March
Export Aide Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan March 30
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Port Bumie Port Strachan Feh 16
Montreal Star Blue Star Southern Feh
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern Feb 22
Pacific Ocean Atlanttrafik Stoyron c 26
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Feb 28
Nicolaos D L Am Australian Smith fa Kelly hfereh
Cap Verde Columbus March
City of Sydney Am Australian Smith Kelly March 10
City of Birkenhead Am 8c Australian Smith 8c Kelly March 18
Lake Ontario Atlanttrafik hfarch
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern March
Mandarincore Maritime Fruit Carriers J R Shipping March 25
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine RizalMCP Southeastem MaritimeFeb 18
PhilippinesUnited Philippine SouthernFeb 27
Philippine A Luna MCP Southeastem Maritime March 4
Phil Prs GarciaUnited Philippine Southern March 8
Phil Prs OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern March 19
Phil Prs MagsaysayUnited Philippine SouthernMarch 27
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Port Bumie Port StrachanFeb 16
Montreal StarBlue Star SouthernFeb 17
Halifax StarBlue StarSouthernFeb 22
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik StevensFeb 26
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 28
Nicolaos D LAm AustralianSmith 8t Kelly March 3
Cap VerdeColumbusSouthernMarch 5
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
African NeptuneFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeFeb 28
City of BirkenheadAm AustralianSmith KellyMarch 18
Yokohama JAPAN
Saitama Maru
Hai Hsin
Philippines
Igaharu Maru
Mahsud
Muneshima Maru
Tacoma Maru
Phil Pres Garcia
St Louis Maru
Pendrecht
Export Builder
Phil Pres Osmena
Hai Ho
N Y K
China Merchants
United Philippine
YamashitaShinnihon
MitsuiO S K
K Line
MitsuiO S K
United Philippine
MitsuiO S K
N Y K
Am Export Isbrandlsen
United Philippine
China Merchants
Strachan
Southern
Southern
Smith 8c Kelly
Strachan
Stevens
Strachan
Southern
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
Southern
Southern
Feb
Feb
Feb
Feb
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
March
23
26
27
28 1 6 6 8
10
13
17
19
20
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
24
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited PhilippineSouthernMarch 27
Florida MaruK Line StevensMarch 28
Export AideAm Export IsbrandisenStrachanMarch 30
PERSIAN GULF
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensMarch 10
Khorramshahr IRAN
Hellenic SpiritHellenicStevensMarch 10
Kuwait KUWAIT
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensMarch 10
Port Sudan SUDAN
GenieHellenic StevensFeb 23
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date

SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Mormacisle MooreMcCormack Strachan Feb 16
Savannah Ivaran afPfeUpja Southern Feb 17
Dorotea Norton fei Smith Kelly Feb 21
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran Southern Feb 24
Mormacfir MooreMcCormack Strachan March 5
Montevideo Ivaran Southern March 17
Svensksund Norton Smith Kelly March 23
Mormacscan MooreMcCormack Strachan March 26
Montevideo URUGUAY
Mormacisle MooreMcCormack Strachan Feb 16
Savannah Ivaran Southern Feb 17
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran s Southern Feb 24
Mormacfir MooreMcCormack Strachan March 5
Montevideo Ivaran Southern March 17
Mormacscan MooreMcCormack Strachan March 26
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
GenieHellenic StevensFeb 23
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
GenieHellenic StevensFeb 23
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
BesiumIris HohensteinFeb 17
Theben WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan March 13
Gdynia POLAND
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan March 13
y Gothenburg SWEDEN
BestumIris HohensteinFeb 17
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan March 13
Helsinki FINLAND
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMarch 13
Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacisle MooreMcCormack StrachanFeb 16
Mormacfir MooreMcCormack StrachanMarch 5
MormacscanMooreMcCormack Strachan March 26
Puerto Alegre BRAZIL
DoroteaNorton Smith KellyFeb 21
Svensksund Norton Smith Kelly March 23
Puerto Alegre via Rio Grande do sul BRAZIL
MormacisleMooreMcCormack StrachanFeb 16
Recife BRAZIL
Pedro TexieraNetumarJS Southeastern MaritimeMarch 1
Mormacfir MooreMcCormack StrachanMarch 5
MormacscanMooreMcCormack StrachanMarch 26
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
MormacisleMooreMcCormack Hp StrachanFeb 16
SavannahIvaran Southern Feb 17
DoroteaNorton Smith Kelly Feb 21
Rio de JaneiroIvaran Southern Feb 24
Pedro TexieraNetumar Southeastern Maritime March 1
MormacfirMooreMcCormack StrachanMarch 5
MontevideoIvaran SouthernMarch 17
SvensksundNorton Smith KellyMarch 23
MormacscanMooreMcCormack StrachanMarch 26
Malmo SWEDEN
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMarch 13
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Theben WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan March 13
Oslo NORWAY
Theben Strachan March 13

Stockholm SWEDEN
Theben Strachan Marh 13

Vasteras SWEDEN
BestumIris HohensteinFeb 17
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
MormacisleMooreMcCormack StrachanFeb 16
Salvador BRAZIL
Pedro TexieraNetumar Southeastern MaritimeMarch 1
Santos BRAZIL
Mormacisle MooreMcCormack StrachanFeb 16
SavannahIvaran SouthernFeb 17
DoroteaNorton Smith KellyFeb 21
Rio de JaneiroIvaran SouthernFeb 24
Pedro TexieraNetumar Southeastern Maritime March 1
MormacfirMooreMcCormack Strachan March 5
MontevideoIvaran Southern March 17
SvensksundNorton Smith KellyMarch 23
MormacscanMooreMcCormack StrachanMarch 26
k SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 AGENTS FOR
310 East Bav Street P O Box 2747 9122348265 Alcoa Steamship Co
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Brodin Lines
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201 Farrell Lines
4 Insco Lines
SERVING Maritime Co of the Philippines
Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Motorships Inc
Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina OzeanStinnes Line
V Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Sidarma Line
Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina Wallenius Line
West Coast Lines
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1970
25
Ship Steamship LineAgency Sailing Pale
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST 1
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA Parthenon Rovai Netherlands Strachan Feb 17
Jason Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 27
Kreon Royal Netherlands Strachan March 13
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Ammon Royal Netherlands Strachan Feb 20
Ciudad de Cumana Venezuelan Smith Kelly Feb 25
LadonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMarch 6
YaracuyVenezuelanSmith Kelly March 19
Parthenon Royal NetherlandsStrachanMarch 20
LadonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMarch 28
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands StrachanFeb 17
JasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanFeb 27
KreonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMarch 13
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan
YaracuyVenezuelan
Paramaribo SURINAM
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands
JasonRoyal Netherlands
KreonRoyal Netherlands
Smith KellyFeb 25
Smith KellyMarch 19
StrachanFeb 17
StrachanFeb 27
StrachanMarch 13
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
AmmonRoyal Netherlands
Ciudad de Cumana Venezuelan
LadonRoyal Netherlands
YaracuyVenezuelan
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands
LadonRoyal Netherlands
Strachan
Smith Kelly
Strachan
Smith Kelly
Strachan
Strachan
Feb 20
Feb 25
March 6 March 19 March 20 March 28
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands
JasonRoyal Netherlands
KreonRoyal Netherlands
StrachanFeb 17
StrachanFeb 27
StrachanMarch 13
Ship
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Talcahuano CHILE
MaipoChilean Strachan March 7
Tocapilla CHILE
MaipoChilean StrachanMarch 7
Valparaiso CHILE
Maipo Chilean Strachan March 7
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Jaladuhiia Scindia Smith Kelly
Steel ArchitectStates Marine Isthmian Strachan
Flying CloudJtAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
State of MysoreS C I Smith Kelly
Vishva KiriiS C I Smith Kelly
Steel VoyagerStales Marine Isthmian Strachan
Flying ClipperAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Feb 22
Feb 22
Feb 2 March 8 March 9 March 15 March 16
Calcutta INDIA
JaladuhiiaScindia Smith Kelly
Steel ArchitectStates Marine Isthmian Strachan
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
State of MysoreS C I Smith Kelly
Vishva KiriiS C I Smith Kelly
Hellenic SpiritHellenic Stevens
Steel VoyagerStales Marine Isthmian Strachan
Flying ClipperAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Feb 22
Feb 22
Feb 26
March 8 March 9 March 10 March 15 March 16
Chalna PAKISTAN
Flying CloudAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanFeb 26
Flying ClipperAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan March 16
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanFeb 26
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensMarch 10
Flying ClipperAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanMarch 16
Cochin INDIA
Steel ArchitectSlates Marine Isthmian
StrachanFeb 22
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Anto Fagasta CHILE
MaipoChilean StrachanMarch 7
Arica CHILE
MaipoChilean StrachanMarch 7
Callao PERU
MaipoChileanStrachanMarch 7
Chanaral CHILE
Maipo ChileanStrachanMarch 7
Coquimbo CHILE
MaipoChilean Strachan March 7
Guayaquil ECUADOR
MaipoChileanStrachanMarch 7
Iquique CHILE
MaipoChileanStrachanMarch 7
Matarani PERU
MaipoChileanStrachanMarch 7
San Antonio CHILE
MaipoChileanStrachanMarch 7
Karachi PAKISTAN
Steel ArchitectStates Marine Isthmian StrachanFeb 22
Flying Cloud Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanFeb 26
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensMarch 10
Steel VoyagerStates Marine Isthmian Strachan March 15
Flying ClipperAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan March 16
Madras INDIA
Steel Architect States Marine Isthmian StrachanFeb 22
Jaladuhiia Scindia Smith KellyFeb 22
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanFeb 26
State of MysoreS C I Smith KellyMarch 8
Vishva KiriiS C I Smith KellyMarch 9
Steel VoyagerStales Marine Isthmian StrachanMarch 15
Flying ClipperAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanMarch 16
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Belfast IRELAND
Manchester Fame Manchester Smith KellyFeb 24
Dublin IRELAND
Manchester FaithManchester Smith ft KellyMarch 22
Manchester ENGLAND
Manchester Fame Manchester Smith Kelly Feb 24
Manchester FaithManchester r Smith Kelly March 22
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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Directory of Port Services
SHIPPING COMPANIES
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
206 East Bay Street2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
9 East Bay Street2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
405 Industrial Building2347367
MOOREMcCORMACK LINES INC
902 Savannah Bank Building2346671
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
i 2 Whitaker Building2339343
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
f Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminal Building2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
X W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939 CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
M JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
V D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
J W TARVER
l Arcade Building 2348829
DONALD R WINTER
P O Box 20973 Atlanta 303208725309
STEVEDORES
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
I SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
fr Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT
SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS
State Docks Garden City2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
COYLE LINES INCNew Orleans La
C G WILLIS INCPaulsboro N J
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
FLORIDA BARGE LINES INC Augusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT CO2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO 2345309
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GATEWAY TRANSPORTATION CO2365734
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
Brunswick2652233
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC2366112
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic 2326159
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department 2323113
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD
Garden City Terminal2361561
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Brunswick Freight Office2652966
Regional Sales Manager2332431
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager2341388
Brunswick Freight Office2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City2362447
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
CITIZENS SOUTHERN
NATIONAL BANK Box 4292345101
LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK TRUSTBox 4902334111
SAVANNAH BANK
TRUST COBox 4892343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse1 East Bay Street DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marlon Falrdoth Baker2324321
Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection Control
Charles P Simon2324321 Ext 264
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Brunswick
Bobby Peacock Federal Building 2651955 MARINE SECTION
Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine Officer 2324321 Ext 255
INSPECTIONAL SECTION William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs Inspector2324321 Ext 250
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification Value
Gilbert Donaldson 2324321 Ext 265
ENTRY MINISTERIAL SECTION William D Wood Jr2324321 Ext 345
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE Room 206 Customhouse AGENT IN CHARGE
Robert T DeNeve2324321 Ext 342
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS LABORATORY Room 211 Customhouse CHIEF CHEMIST
Homer L Strickland2324321 Ext 344
U S DEPT OF COMMERCE Savannah Field Office Room 235 Post Office Bldg DIRECTOR
James W Mclntire2324321 Ext 204
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24hour answering service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Room 208 Customhouse INSPECTOR IN CHARGE J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE Area Extension Horticulture Room 8B Customhouse
OFFICER IN CHARGE
Henry Clay 2335927
AUXILIARY SERVICES
INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director
Charles Nelson 25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL
Jack M SaylerEast River St2342266
DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen 15 West Liberty 2322141 FINLAND
A G Van Schalck 202 West Bay 2346646
FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton
Wilmington Island 8971969
GERMANY
F A O Bahre 20 East 48th2332011
ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero1127 East 50th 3550586 NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schalck 202 West Bay 2346646 NORWAY
Peter Norboge 910 Savh Bk Bldg 2346671 SWEDEN
Peter Norboge 910 Savh Bk Bldg 2346671 VENEZUELA
Sr Jorge Manrlque 140 Bull2341005
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JANUARYFEBRUARY 1970
Georgia AnchorAge P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402
ADDRESS CORRECTION REQUESTS Acquis ti 0113 DivisiOft
The University Libraries The University of Gergia
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NEW REEFER SERVICE
March
Savannah is building a new
20acre container terminal
Savannah to feature Nations largest worlds fastest Container Crane
Savannah is midway between Norfolk and Miami
Savannah is now the largest general cargo port on the South Atlantic
Savannah wilt be South Atlantics leading Container fort
Savannah will be ready May 1970
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MARCHAPRIL 1970 VOLUME 10 NUMBER 2 JIM BISSON Editor
NEW REEFER SERVICE FOR SAVANNAH 4 DUKE POWERS BIG MOVE 7 SAVANNAH OUTPORT 10 OCEAN INDUSTRIES 12 CONTAINER CENTRAL 14 ANOTHER GREAT OYSTER ROAST 16 PORT NEWS VIEWS 18 SAILING SCHEDULE 21 PORT DIRECTORY 28
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The MS HAYASHIKANE MARU is pictured dock side at the Georgia Ports Author Hys Garde City terminals the first arrival of a new reefer service inaugurated by Refrigerated Express tines Ltd of New York
For more details on this new Australian reefer service turn to page 4 of this
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALSBRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
R E Hamilton Dalton
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Charles E Walker Columbus
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9129641721 Advertising rates furnished on request
Georgia Anchor Age is published bimonthly and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
THE
EXECUTIVES
CORNER
MARCHAPRIL 1970
In this time of universal attention to things environmental especially as related to the quality of life it is little wonder that Ocean Industries Incorporated has selected Colonels Island as a location for a multimillion dollar plant
Colonels Island located in Glynn County and adjacent to Brunswick is a first cousin to Georgias famous Golden Isles and is resplendent in long leaf pine and surrounded by beautiful bluegreen waters
In the Brunswick area natural beauty still abounds as it did in 1736 when General Oglethorpe first came upon the scene Technology has improved the quality of life since that day but the majesty of the ocean and the beauty of the bays and inlets remain the same
Brunswick and its Golden Isles of Jekyll St Simons and the Pearl of the Atlantic seaboard Sea Island is a glorious place to liverich in historyrich in beauty and to this we welcome our new neighborsOcean Industries
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Jim Murray left Operational Manager for Refrigerated Express Lines discusses first reefer shipment with his agent
W H Colcock Vice President
Atlantic Agency Inc Below left to right R C Moreno Import Manager Savannah Overseas Forwarders Inc J C Wooley Traffic Manager JacksonAtlanlic Inc and J T Alley Plant Manager of Atlantics Savannah operations discuss plans tor storing and shipping the frozen cargo
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The Georgia Ports Authority announced a new regular service to the Port of Savannah with the arrival in March of the MS HAYASHIKANE MARU with 600 tons of Australian frozen beef and mutton
The new service is operated by the Refrigerated Express Lines Ltd of New York in conjunction with Atlantic Refrigerated Warehouses who operate the 528312 cubic foot cold storage facility at the GPAs Garden City terminal
Atlantic Agency Inc are agents for Refrigerated Express Lines in Savannah and Savannah Overseas
Forwarders served as Custom House Brokers on the first shipment which involved some six importers
Two ships on the new service arrived during the month of March with three scheduled for April On hand for the first shipment were Jim Murray operational manager for Refrigerated Express Bill Doty Sales Manager for the JacksonAtlantic Company and W H Colcock Vice President of Atlantic Agency Inc
Commenting on the first shipment Mr Murray said The Port of Savannah and the excellent
reefer facilities available at the Georgia Ports Authoritys terminals appear to afford a very optimistic future for both this line and the various meat importers
We all are now beginning to realize the tremendous advantages available at this port
Refrigerated Express Lines has found the spirit of cooperation of all parties concerned here at Savannah to be magnificent and looks forward to a long and friendly association
Continued Next Page
MARCHAPRIL 1970
New Reefer Service fir Savannah
Continued
Atlantic Refrigerated Warehouses
Atlantic Refrigerated Warehouses a division of JacksonAtlantic Inc operate 40 refrigerated warehouses in 30 key southeastern markets with nearly 30 million cubic feet of storage space
In Savannah Atlantic offers complete import and export facilities dockside at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City terminals Their Savannah installation features 528312 cubic feet of refrigerated space temperature range minus forty degrees to plus forty degrees Fahrenheit freezers convertible rooms and a blast freezer
As a result of this regular movement of frozen meats inland freight rates have been established on the commodity for Savannah which are competitive with or lower than similar movements through other South Atlantic ports
Anticipating an increasing flow of frozen meats through Savannah Atlantic Warehouses have installed a modern hot water defrosting system for the use of the U S Department of Agricultures Meat Inspection Division
In the photo above Dr J D Willis Director of the South East Regional Consumers Protection Program USDA checks over Atlantic Warehouses new hot water defrosting system with plant manager Joe Alley On the left technician cuts slabs from the frozen meat for defrosting and inspection
Below USDA Inspector makes final inspection of the defrosted meat
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The worlds largest truck arrives from France at the GPAs Garden City terminals The 240 wheel truck was used to move the 325 ion nuclear vessel over 75 miles of rugged terrain Below left the nuclear vessel begins its journey from B Ws Indiana plant Below right the vessel negotiates a lock on the Savannah River and in the photo on the facing page the vessel ends the last leg of its water journey at Augusta Georgia
DUKE POWERS BIG MOVE
Continued from Page 7
The Duke Power Company the nations seventh largest operating utility is building a 341 million nuclear station in Oconee County South Carolina This new facility will consist of three nuclear reactor units each providing steam to power an 866300 KW turbogenerator The first unit will be operational in 1971 with units two and three to be ready in 1972 and 1973 The facility when completed will be the worlds largest nuclear powered generating plant
In addition to the nuclear station Duke Power is investing 359 million in two hydroelectric plants on the Keo Wee and Toxaway Rivers in northwestern South Carolina
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Babcock and Wilcox
The nuclear reactor vessels for Duke Powers new facility were constructed by the Babcock and Wilcox Company a pioneer in the nuclear field
Due to the size of the necessity for close tolerances the machining of nuclear vessels poses one of the greatest challenges in modem industry
For this reason most manufacturers prefer to shopfabricate the vessels and transport them in one piece to the final destination
Babcock and Wilcoxs pressure vessel facility in Mt Vernon Indiana is the largest plant of its kind in the world and the logical builder
of the Duke units
The transportation problems involved in moving the first 325 ton nuclear vessel from Indiana to South Carolina presented B Ws engineers more of a problem than the actual construction of the unit
Water Transportation
It required over two years of planning to map out the route for the big move And the B W engineers will be eternally grateful for this nations vast complex of inland waterways
The unit was barged from BWs Indiana plant to North Augusta S C via the Ohio River the Mississippi the Gulf of Mexico the Intra Coastal Waterway and the Sa
vannah River
From Augusta the unit was moved 70 miles by railroad and 75 miles over difficult terrain on a 240 wheel truck
The truck the worlds largest is 220 feet long with a capacity of 600 tons It is powered by two 600 HP tractors and was built by the Nicholas Company of France for the Reliance Truck Company of Phoenix Arizona
The first unit has arrived on the construction site and the B W engineers are breathing a sigh of relief The remaining five shipments should be routine And once again the combined resources of water rail and truck transportation have provided a gateway to progress
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Ralph Cammack Marine Cargo Specialist Savannah Outport keeps a close watch on MTMTS cargo arriving at the GPAs Garden City terminals
The Port Authoritys heavy lilt capabilities 635 ton gantry cranes make Savannah an ideal MTMTS Outport
TO SAVANNAH OUTPORT EAMTMTS
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND TERMINAL SERVICE ON BEHALF OF THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY
I EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE MILITARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND TERMINAL SERVICE ON THE FIFTH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS ESTABLISHMENT EFFECTIVE TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT IS ESPECIALLY VITAL NOW THAT OUR MILITARY FORCES MUST MAINTAIN THE CAPABILITY TO RESPOND IMMEDIATELY TO CRISES AROUND THE WORLD THE VERY CREDIBILITY OF OUR DETERRENT FORCES DEPENDS ON OUR ABILITY TO MOVE MEN AND MATERIALS RAPIDLY AND EFFICIENTLY
YOUR CONTINUED PROGRESS IN THE FIELD OF MILITARY TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT REFLECTS DEDICATION AND OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL A3ILITY I AM CONFIDENT THAT YOU WILL CONTINUE TO CONTRIBUTE SIGNIFICANTLY TO OUR DEFENSE EFFORT
WC WESTMORELAND GENERAL UNITED STATES ARMY CHIEF OF STAFF
Five years of Serving the Armed Forces was marked by Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service throughout the 34 Eastern and Midwestern portions of the United States and at seven overseas locations on February 15 Civilian and military personnel of the Command can look back on a five year period of solid accomplishments including the movement of over 40000000 Measurement Tons of cargo and nearly 2700000 passengers for the Army Navy and Air Force
The U S Army Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Services Savannah Outport at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City terminal is rapidly becoming a busy port of entry for retrograde movement of military supplies and equipment from Viet Nam
With the announced reduction of personnel in Viet Nam has come an increase in the amount of equipment returned to the major supply depot served by Savannah Outport
The mission of the Savannah Outport is to supervise and coordinate the movement of Department of Defense material through the Georgia Ports Authoritys facilities In this mission of material handling the Savannah Outport contracts with local firms for stevedoring and with the Ports Authority for terminal services
Ralph Cammack Marine Cargo Specialist is in charge of the Savannah Outport which is headquartered in the GPAs administration building at the Garden City terminals
Artist rendering of Ocean Cay a 200acre manmade island being built by Ocean Industries in the Bahamas
OCEAN INDUSTRIES
Editor s Note Ocean Industries Inc plan to build a 2 million receiving and processing facility on the Georgia Ports Authoritys deepwater industrial tract on Colonels Island at Brunswick GPA Vice Chairman A M Harris Sr of Brunswick recently made a trip to the Bahamas for a first hand report on Ocean Industries operations
Some 15 acres of manmade island which will eventually entail about 200 acres have risen above the ocean in the Bahamas within the past three months Completion is expected by late fall of this year The island lies near the eastern edge of the Gulf Stream about 20 miles south of Bimini
The island tentatively called Ocean Cay is being built by
Ocean Industries Inc of Fort Lauderdale Florida which last fall merged with the Dillingham Corporation of Honolulu
The purpose of the manmade Bahamas island is to provide the Dillingham Corporation with a base for the oceanbed mining stockpiling and shipping of aragonite for which Ocean Industries holds a longterm mining concession in the
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Above Mr Hvide Mr Harris Sr and Jr and Mrs Harris lake a close look at aragonite ore Mrs Harris Jr right appears not too confident in the flotation qualities of an aragonite island
Above and below Hans Hvide President of Ocean Industries gives GPA board member A M Harris Sr a lour of the new island Below right Mr Harris seems pleased at what he surveys
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form of a contract concluded last September with the Bahamas government
The formation of the new island marks the culmination of five years of development work during which over 250000 tons of aragonite have been mined processed and marketed through the Fort Pierce facility and elsewhere
After completion of Ocean
Cay the company will suctiondredge aragonite to the processshipping facility on the Cay and stockpile it for shipment
Aragonite which was named for the ancient Spanish kingdom of Aragon where it was discovered is an extremely pure uniformlysized granular form of calcium carbonate natural limestone precipitated to the bottom of the sea by nature
Calcium carbonate is the largest tonnage industrial mineral in the world Its tonnage use exceeds oil coal or iron ore Major uses are in the manufacture of cement chemical lime steel glass pulp and paper as the source of CO2 used in all carbonated soft drinks and in agricultural fertilizers As industrial lime it is also used to combat pollution of inland waters
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CONTAINER
CENTRAL
Right on schedule the giant crane for the Georgia Ports Authoritys new container facility arrived dockside March 6th at the GPAs Savannah terminal
The shipment arrived on board the MV LICHTENFELS from Bremen Germany and consisted of 199 pieces weighing a total of 1530738 pounds
The Container Crane the largest in the USA was purchased from the Kocks Pittsburgh Corporation in Pittsburgh and built by Kocks parent company in Bremen Germany
The crane will be erected on the Authoritys new 5 million container facility at the Garden City terminals in Savannah
The highspeed Container Crane will have a capacity of 90000 pounds at an extended reach of 11312 feet either seaward or landward
The gage of the gantry rails of the new crane will be 90 feet with a clearance under the boom of 107 feet Lift above rail elevation will be 72 feet and below rail 58 feet Diesel electric powered the crane will have a full load hoist speed of 100 FPM a trolley travel speed of 400 FPM and a travel speed of 150 FPM
The container terminal will cover over 20 acres and provide paved storage for over 3600 forty foot containers
It will take approximately ten weeks to erect the crane which will assure the Authority a June opening of Container Central
Another
Great
Oyster
Roast
In four short years the Oyster Roast sponsored by the Savannah Maritime Association and Brunswick Maritime Interest has become the social highlight of the year for members of Georgias General Assembly
According to many State Senators and Representatives attending it is the only social affair of the year that they can really enjoy Strict adherence to the rules of good fun food fellowship and no speeches has made the annual oyster roast the hit of the season with members of the General Assembly
The most notable difference of this years affair over the first oyster roast some four years ago was the dexterity displayed by the landlocked Assembly men in opening the oysters The Port cities delegation was hard pressed to keep a supply of the steaming oysters on the tables
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Senator Jack Hardy left of Atlanta and Senator Ronald Adams center of Brunswick discuss ports ships and oysters with John Hohenstein President of the Savannah Maritime Association
Bob Tharpe on the right in the photo above GPA Board Member tries his hands at opening a few oysters In the photo on the right an unidentified Representative demonstrates the dexterity of a true oyster gourmet much to the amazement amusement to the lady on the left
SHIP AGENTS AND STEVEDORES
OFFICES SAVANNAH GEORGIA BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA PORT EVERGLADES FLORIDA MIAMI FLORIDA PENSACOLA FLORIDA MOBILE ALABAMA PASCAGOULA MISSISSIPPI NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA GALVESTON TEXAS HOUSTON TEXAS DALLAS TEXAS ST LOUIS MISSOURI CHICAGO ILLINOIS MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ATLANTA GEORGIA
NEW YORK OFFICE 17 BATTERY PLACE NEW YORK N Y
PLANS SET FOR DALTON CRI HEADQUARTERS
The Carpel and Rug Instihilei has approved plans for an 8100sq ft twostory national headquarters on a five acre wooded site at Dalton Georgia Ceilings walls furniture and floors will be carpeted and individual offices will be separated by palleties on which will be mounted products of the industry Savannah is the leading port of entry for jute carpet backing for Georgias mammoth tufted textile industry
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GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY RECEIVES
REGIONAL COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION
Consistent with the rapid expansion in the early 19509s at the port of Savannah the Georgia Ports Authority under the leadership of Mr J D Holt Executive Director has provided the Customs Service with the most attractive dock facilities on the South Atlantic Seaboard Such spacious and modern facilities have continued materially to assist the Customs Service in its mission of examining cargo and other transactions in connection with vessels in Foreign Trade
By being able to operate from two central locations on the waterfront Customs has realized a substantial savings in manpower transportation costs and overall increased efficiency Examination and release of cargo for the importing and exporting public has also been considerably expedited as a result of the facilities extended U S Customs by the Georgia Ports Authority
In recognition of these outstanding contributions and sacrifices on the part of the Georgia Ports Authority Mrs Marion F Baker District Director of Customs recommended the authority for the presentation to Mr J D Holt of the Regional Commissioners Certificate of Appreciation
Left to rightCharles Simon Assistant District Director of Customs J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority James H Stover Regional Commissioner of Customs Mrs Marion F Baker District Director of Customs and James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations Georgia Ports Authority
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Americas modern G ships 11 kinds of Gulf cargpwith cks that together can lift refrigerated chambers ng temperatures as low as 1 and spacious deck space and oddshaped cargo st and frequent service to
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were building you a railroad
to go with our deepwater port and 7000 acre industriai island Colonels island at Brunswick will have its own 4 million railroad by September 1970 to connect with the main tracks of the Seaboard Coast Line Your railroad if your plant is here But of course the choice sites go first Be first Write
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Georgia
Oceanography
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On 680 acres at Skidaway Island Savannah the state of Georgia prepares a great environment for industry looking toward the Sea Industrial park terminal causeway now under construction A flourishing unit of Georgias University System already thereSkidaway Institute of Oceanography Write Ocean Science Center of the Atlantic Post Office Box 9986 Savannah Ga
31402 Phone 912
2324364
MARINE TERMINALSINDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES
complete engineering services
STUDIESREPORTSDESIGN
LOCKWOOD GREENE ENGINEERS INC
SPARTANBURG S C 29301 ATLANTA 30309 NEW YORK 10017 BOSTON 02116 100 Interstate 85 Peachtree 25th Building H 1 Pan Am Building 316 Stuart St
8035822351 4048733262 J 2126870630 6174821910
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CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
FOREIGN FREIGHTlWAftHTO
606 Really Building Savannah Georgia 31402 Prompt Service Reasonable Charges99 P O Box 1686 Phone 9122340686
Serving
Savannah
Since
1920
TOWING
SERVICE
BY
MODERN TUGS OPERATED BY SEASONED PERSONNEL
ATLANTIC
TOWING
COMPANY
504 EAST RIVER STREET P O Box 1365 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Phone 2328103
Night Phone 2328105
Cable Address ATCO
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Port
Of
Savannah
Compiled by Savannah Port Authority
APRIL 15 1970
HANSEN ft TIDEMANN INC 405 Industrial Building P O Box 8145 31408 Tel 8338103 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 84 Drayton Street P O Box 8468 31408 Tel 8348481 MERHY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30803 Tel PArk 84831 SMITH ft KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31408 Tel 8383151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 8088 31408 Tel 8348845 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31408 Tel 8385335 STEVENS SHIPPING ft TERMINAL CO 84 East Bay Street P O Box 1448 31408 Tel 8338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 9447 31408 Tel 8344471 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street P O Box 9833 31408 Tel 8388189 TEXAS TRANSPORT ft TERMINAL CO INC Savannah Bank Building P O Box 8187 31408 Tel 8337981
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Pate
AFRICA
EAST AFRICA Tanga Zanzibar DaresSalaam
MormaclakeRobin StrachanMay 5
SOUTH AFRICA Walvis Bay Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira Tamatave
African CometFarrell Southeastern MaritimeApril 14
Mystic South African MarineSmith ft KeUyApril 17
Mormaccape Robin StrachanApril 81
S A HuguenotSouth African MarineSmith ft KeUyApril 84
African DawnFarrell Southeastern MaritimeApril 88
Western PrinceSouth African MarineSmith ft KellyMay 1
MormaclakeRobin StrachanMay 5
MachardaCunBrocklebank LtdTTT Co IncMay 4
S A WellevredenSouth African Marine Smith ft KellyMay 14
African StarFarrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 15
HeUenic SplendorHeUenic StevensMay 15
MormacaltairRobin StrachanMay 19
African MercuryFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeMay 84
Hellenic Glory Hellenic StevensMay 84
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
Cotonou WEST AFRICA
DaUa Chargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
Dakar WEST AFRICA
DaUaChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
Doula WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
Freetown WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
Libreville WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
Lome WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
p o box 128 Savannah Ga 31402
ipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
DaliChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
Pointe Noire WEST AFRICA
DaUaChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
Port Gen til WEST AFRICA
DaUa Chargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
Tema WEST AFRICA
DaUaChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanMay 8
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS
ChironRoyal Netherlands StrachanApril 17
MarathonRoyal NetherlandsStrachanMay 1
JasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 15
AmmonRoyal NetherlandsStrachanMay 89
Curacao NETHERLANDS
ChironRoyal Netherlands StrachanApril 17
Marathon Royal NetherlandsStrachanMay 1
JonRoyal NetherlandsStrachanMay 15
AmmonRoyal NetherlandsStrachanMay 89
Kingston JAMAICA
Kreon Theron Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands Strachan April 84
Medon Royal Netherlands Strachan May 88
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
ChironRoyal NetherlandsStrachanApril 17
MarathonRoyal NetherlandsStrachanMay 1
JasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 15
AmmonRoyal NetherlandsStrachanMay 89
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
Alice TormTorm SouthernApril 80
Thyra TornTorm SouthernMay 11
HordaTorm SouthernMay 84
Barcelona SPAIN
Alice TormTormSouthernApril 80
Thyra TormTorm SouthernMay 11
HordaTorm SouthernMay 84
Beirut LEBANON Alice Torm Torm Southern April 1
Thyra Torm Torm Southern May 11
Horda Torm Southern May 84

Genoa ITALY
Enrico DandoloSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 14
MonfioreCreoleTTT Co IncMay 7
Francesco MorosiniSidarmaSoutheastern MaritimeMay 10
MonrealeCreoleTTT Co IncMay 13
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
Alice TormTormSouthernApril SO
Thyra TormTormSouthernMay 11
HordaTormSouthernMay 84
MARCHAPRIL 1970
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Agency Sailing Date
Agency Sailing Dale
Leghorn ITALY
Enrico DandoloSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 14
MonfioreCreole TTT Co IncMay 7
Francesco MorosiniSidarmaSoutheastern MaritimeMay 10
Monreale Creole TTT Co IncMay 13
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Alice Tona Torrn LI SouthernApril 20
Thyra TonaTorrn SouthernMay 11
HordaTormSouthernMay 26
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Alice TormTeam SouthernApril 20
Thyra TormTorm SouthernMay 11
HordaTorm Southern May 26
Ship Steamship Line
Thyra Torm Torm Southern May 11
Horda Torm Southern May 26
Trieste ITALY
MonfioreCreoleTTT Co IncMay 7
TTT Co Inc 1 Mav 13

Venice ITALY
Avala Jugolinija Smith 6c Kelly April 22
A VesselJugolinija Smith A Kelly May 1
Monfiore Creole TTT Co Inc May 7 May 13
Monreale Creole TTT Co Inc

L NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Marseilles FRANCE
Enrico Dandolo Avala Sidarma Jugolinija Southeastern Maritime Smith Kelly April 16 April 22
Francesco Morozini Sidarma Southeastern Maritime May 10
Naples ITALY
Enrico Dandolo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime April 16
Monfiore Creole TTT Co Inn May 7
Monreale Creole TTT Co Inr Mav 13

Palermo ITALY


Piraeus GREECE
Livorno Hellenic Stevens May 2
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
AvalaJugolinija Smith A Kelly April 22
A VesselJugolinija Smith A KellyMay 1
Salonica GREECE
LivornoHellenic StevensMay 2
Savona ITALY
Enrico DandoloSidarma Southeastern Maritime April 16
Francesco MorosiniSidarmaSoutheastern MaritimeMay 10
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
KorendykHolland America HohensteinApril 16
BelloriaRegent J R ShippingApril 17
NeptunusHolland America HohensteinApril 22
HermesHolland America Hohenstein May 8
HilversumIndependent Gulf Smith A KellyMay 9
Gaasterdyk Holland America HohensteinMay 25
Antwerp BELGIUM
KorendykHolland America HohensleinApril 16
BelloriaRegent J R ShippingApril 17
TungshaWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApril 18
Westfalen OzeanStinnes Southeastern MApril 21
TaifunOzeanStinnes Southeastern MMay 1
HilversumIndependent Gulf Smith A KellyMay
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 11
GaasterdykHolland America HohensteinMay 25
Bremen GERMANY
KorendykHolland America HohensteinApril 16
BelloriaRegent J R ShippingApril 17
TungshaWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApril 18
Westfalen OzeanStinnes Southeastern MApril 21
NeptunusHolland America HohensteinApril 22
Breitenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern MMay 1
HermesHolland America HohensteinMay 8
HilversumIndependent Gulf Smith A KellyMay 9
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMay 11
GaasterdykHolland America Hohenstein May 25
Split YUGOSLAVIA
AvalaJugolinija Smith A KellyApril 22
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Alice Torm Torm SouthernApril 20
Hamburg GERMANY
KorendykHolland AmericaHohensteinApril 16
BelloriaRegent J R ShippingApril 17
TungshaWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApril 18
WestfalenOzeanStinnes Southeastern MApril 21
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Kingston Port au Prince Puerto Cabello Maracaibo Port of Spain Georgetown Paramaribo
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and
Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore Norfolk RAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland LAVINO SHIPPING CO Detroit INTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO
Royal Rdfiirfantb Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
SHIPPING COMPANY
2 Whitaker Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 9805 Phone 2339343
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Ship
Steamship Line
Steamship Line
Neptun us
Breilenburg
Hemes
Hilversum
Vingaholm
Gaasterdyk
Agency Sailing Date
Holland AmericaHohensteinApril tt
OseanStinnesSoutheastern MMay 1
Holland America HohensteinMay
Independent GullSmith k KellyMay 9
WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanMay 11
Holland America HohensteinMay tS
Le Havre FRANCE
Korendyk Holland America Hohenstein April 16
TungshaWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 18
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMay 11
Gaasterdyk Holland America Hohenstein May 15
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Korendyk Holland America Hohenstein April 16
Bell or ia Reaeni J R Shinnina April 17
Tungsha April it
Nepftunus Holland America Hohenstein April 22
Westfalen OseanStinnes Southeastern M April 21
Hermes Holland America Hohenstein May 8
Taifun OseanStinnes Southeastern M May 1
Hilversum Indenendent Gulf Smith ft Kellv May 9
Vingaholm May 11
Gaasterdyk Holland America Hohenstein May 25
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
America Star Blue Star Southern
Cap Roc aColumbus Southern
NottinghamAm 8t AustralianSmith ft Kelly
GuavacoreMaritime Fruit CarriersHohenstein
City of AdelaideAm ft AustralianSmith ft Kelly
Austral PatriotFarrellSoutheastern Maritime
May 1 May 6 May 6 May 10 May 13 May 19
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
Austral PatriotFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeMay 19
Bangkok THAILAND
TurandoBarber StrachanMay 16
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
America StarBlue StarSouthernMay 1
Cap RocaColumbusSouthernMay 6
NottinghamAm ft AustralianSmith ft KellyMay 6
GuavacoreMaritime Fruit CarriersHohensteinMay 10
City of AdelaideAm ft AustralianSmith ft KellyMay 13
Austral PatriotFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeMay 19
Ship
Agency Sailing Date
Ceb PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMCPSouiheasiem MartimoApril 19
Don AntonioUnited PhilippineSouthernMay 5
Phil BateanMCP Souiheasiem MartimoMay 7
Phil Pros QueaonUnited PhilippineSouthernMay 14
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMCPSoutheastern Maritime
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
Phil BataanMCP Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres QueaonUnited Philippine Southern
April 19 May S May 7 May 14
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
City of AdelaideAm ft Australian Smith ft KellyMay 13
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Singapore Pride K Line StevensApril 19
Phil CorregidorMCP Southeastern Maritime April 19
Export BayAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachanMay 1
Don AntonioUnited PhilippineSouthernMay S
Montana Mara K LineStevensMay 6
Phil BataanMCP Southeastern MaritimeMay 7
Export ChampionAm Export Isbrandlsen Strachan May 13
TurandoBarber StrachanMay 16
Phil Pres QueaonUnited Philippine SouthernMay 14
Export ChallengerAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachanMay 15
Nevada Maru K LineStevensMay 17
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMCP Southeastern MaritimeApril 19
Don AntonioUnited PhilippineSouthernMay 5
Phil BataanMCP Southeastern MaritimeMay 7
Phil Pres QueaonUnited Philippine SouthernMay 14
Inchon KOREA
Export BayAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachau
Export ChampionAm Export Isbrandlsen Strachan
Export ChallengerAm Export Isbrandlsen Strachan
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai ShangChina Merchants Southern
Hai DahChina MerchantsSouthern
Hai ChienChina MerchantsSouthern
Export BayAm Export Isbrandlsen Strachan
Export Champion Am Export IsbrandisenStrachan
Export ChallengerAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachan
Hai FnChina MerchantsSouthern
May 1 May 13 May 15
April 18 April 19 April 18 May 1 May 13 May 15 May 15
Keelung FORMOSA
Hai ShangChina MerchantsSouthernApril U
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FORWARDER
Me lie NO 949 ipPpaW9 REALTY BUILDING 1ttclONg9122326l84 SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Georgia Ports handle more general cargo
tonnage than any ports in the South Atlantic
For more details on Brunswick and Savannah write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Ga
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Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Ship
Hai Dah
Singapore Pride
Hai Chien
Export Bay
Montana Marti
Export Champion
Export Challenger
Hai Fa
Nevada Mara
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
China Merchants SouthernApril 19
K Line StevensApril 19
China Merchants SouthernApril 88
Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 1
K Line StevensMay 8
Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay IS
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 85
China Merchants SouthernMay 85
K Line StevensMay 87
Kobe JAPAN
Hai Shang
Hai Dah
Singapore Pride
Boston Mara
Hai Chien
Tagaharu Mani
Export Bay
Don Antonio
Montana Mani
Hague Maru
Fushimi Maru
Savannah Maru
Ya ma Itimi Maru
Export Champion
Saitama Maru
Phil Pres Quezon Export Challenger Hai Fu
Nevada Mara
China Merchants
China Merchants
K Line
N Y K
China Merchants
YamashitaShinn ih on
Am Export Isbrandisen
United Philippine
K Line
MitsuiO S K
N Y K
MitsuiO S K
YamashitaShinnihon
Am Export Isbrandisen
N Y K
United Philippine
Am Export Isbrandisen
China Merchants
K Line
Southern
Southern
Stevens
Strachan
Southern
TTT Co Inc
Strachan
Southern
Stevens
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
TTT Co Inc
Strachan
Strachan
Southern
Strachan
Southern
Stevens
April 18 April 19 April 19 April 81 April 88 April 88
May 1
May 5
May 8
May 7
May 9
May 10
May 11
May 13
May 83
May 84
May 85
May 85
May 87
Manila PMLIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor MCP Soulheastern Maritime
Don Antonio United Philippine i Southern
Phil BataanMCP Soulheastern Maritime
Turando Barber I Strachan
Phil Pres QueronUnited Philippine Southern
April 89 May 5 May 7 May 18 May 84
Ship
Savannah Maru
Yamakimi Mara
Export Champion
Saitama Maru
Export Challenger Nevada Mara
MitsuiO S KStrachan May 10
YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co IncMay 11
Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 13
N Y K Strachan May 83
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 85
K Line SlovenaMay 87
Penang MALAYA
Kyoto Blue Sea
Japan Blue Sea
Laomedon Blue Sea
Memnon Bine Sea
StrachanApril 17
StrachanMay 1
StrachanMay 13
StrachanMay 31
Part Swettenham Kyoto MALAYA Blue Sea April 17 May 1 May 13 May 31
Japan Laomedon Memnon Blue Sea Blue Sea Blue Sea Strachan Strachan

Pusan KOREA
Export Bay Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 1
Export Champion Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 13
Export ChallengerAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 85
San Fernando PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMCP Southeastern Maritime April 89
Phil Bataan MCP Southeastern MaritimeMay 7
Singapore SINGAPORE
Kyoto Blue Sea Strachan April 17
Japan Blue Sea StrachanMay 1
Laomedon Blue Sea Strachan May a May 13
Turando Barber Strachan May 18
Memnon Blue Sea S Strachan May 31
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
America StarBlue Star SouthernMay 1
Cap Roc aColumbus SouthernMay 8
NottinghamAm tc Australian Smith 8c Kelly May 6
GuavacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers HohensieinMay 10
City of Adelaide Am 8 Australian Smith tc KellyMay 13
Austral PatriotFarrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 19
Sydney AUSTRALIA
America StarBlue Star SouthernMay 1
Cap Roca Columbus Southern May 6
Nottingham Am Australian Smith 8c Kelly May 4
GuavacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers HohensteinMay 10
City of AdelaideAm Sc Australian Smith tc KellyMay 13
Austral PatriotFarrell Southeastern MaritimeMay 19
Nagoya JAPAN
Singapore PrideK Line StevensApril 19
Boston Maru N Y K StrachanApril 81
Tagaharu MaraYamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc April 88
Montana ManiK Line StevensMay 6
Hague ManiMitsuiO S K StrachanMay 7
Fushimi MaruN Y K StrachanMay 9
Savannah MaruMitsuiO S K StrachanMay 10
Yamakimi Mara YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc May 11
Saitama MaraN Y K StrachanMay 83
Nevada MaraK Line StevensMay 87
Osaka JAPAN Singapore Pride K Line Stevens April 9
Boiton Mara N Y K Strachan April SI
Tagaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc April SS
Export Bay Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 1
Montana Maru K Line Stevens May 8
Hague Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan May 7 May 9
Fushimi Maru N Y K Strachan
Yokohama JAPAN
Hai ShangChina Merchants SouthernApril 18
Hai Dah China Merchants Southern April 19
Singapore Pride K Line Stevens April 19
Boston Maru N Y K Strachan April 81
Hai Chien China Merchants SouthernApril 88
Tagaharu MaruYamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc April 88
Export Bay Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanMay 1
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernMay 5
Montana MaruJ1K1 Line Stevens May 6
Hague MaruMitsuiO S K Strachan May 7
Fushimi Maru N Y K Strachan May 9
Savannah Maru MitsuiO S K StrachanMay 10
Yamakimi MaruYamashitaShinnihon TTT Co IncMay 11
Export Champion Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanMay 13
Saitama MaruN Y K StrachanMay 83
Phil Pres Queron United Philippine Southern May 24
Export ChallengerAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanMay 25
Hai Fu China Merchants SouthernMay 25
Nevada MaruK Line Stevens May 27
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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ShipSteamship Line Agency Sailing Date
PERSIAN GULF
Aden ADEN
Hellenic PioneerHellenic Stevens April 18
Hellenic TorchHellenic StevensMay 18
BandarShahpour IRAN
TrecareLStates Marine Smith ft KellyApril 88
Constanza RUMANIA
LivornoHellenic StevensMay 8
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic PioneerHellenic Stevens April 19
TrecarelStales Marine Smith KellyApril 86
Hellenic TorchHellenic StevensMay 18
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Malmo SWEDEN
TungshaWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanApril 18
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachan May 11
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Tungsha WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApril 18
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMay 11
Oslo NORWAY
Tungsha WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanApril 18
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanMay 11
Stockholm SWEDEN
Tungsha WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApril 18
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 11
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Khorramshahr IRAN Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Trecarel Stales Marina 1 Smith Stevens ft Kelly April 19 April 85
Hellenic Torch Hellenic Stevens May 18
Kuwait KUWAIT Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens April 19
Trecarel Slates Marine Smith ft Kelly April 88
Hellenic Torch Hellenic Stevens May 18
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic SplendorHellenic StevensMay 15
Hellenic GloryHellenic StevensMay 85
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aqaba JORDAN
Hellenic Splendor Hellenic StevensMay 15
Hellenic GloryHellenic StevensMay 85
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic Splendor Hellenic StevensMay 15
Hellenic GloryHellenic StevensMay 88
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensApril 18
Hellenic SplendorHellenic StevensMay 15
Hellenic GloryHellenic StevensMay 85
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
MormacprideMooreMcCormack StrachanApril 15
GudmundraNorton Smith 8c Kelly April 80
SavannahIvaran SouthernApril 89
DoroteaNorton Smith ft Kelly May 8
MormacpennMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Rio de JaneiroIvaran Southern May 18
MormacgulfMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 84
Montevideo URUGUAY
MormacprideMooreMcCormack StrachanApril 15
SavannahIvaran j SouthernApril 89
MormacpennMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Rio de JaneiroIvaran SouthernMay IS
MormacgulfMooreMcCormack Strachan May 84
Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacpride MooreMcCormack StrachanApril 15
Mormacpenn MooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
MormacgulfMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 84
Puerto Alegre BRAZIL
GudmundraNorton Smith ft Kelly April 80
Dorotea Norton Smith ft Kelly May 4
Puerto Aiegre via Rio Grande do sul BRAZIL
MormacpennMooreMcCormackStrachanMay 4
Recife BRAZIL
MormacpennMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Copenhagen DENMARK
TungshaWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Aprii 18
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanMay 11
Gdynia POLAND
TungshaWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 18
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanMay 11
Gothenburg SWEDEN
TungshaWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 18
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanMay 11
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
MormacprideMooreMcCormack StrachanApril 15
GudmundraNorton Smith ft KeUy April 80
SavannahIvaran SouthernApril 89
DoroteaNorton Smith ft Kelly May 4
MormacpennMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Rio de JaneiroIvaran SouthernMay 18
MormacguliMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 84
Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
MormacpennMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Helsinki FINLAND
TungshaWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan April 18
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanMay 11
Salvador BRAZIL
MormacpennMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 AGENTS FOR
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265 Alcoa Steamship Co
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Brodin Lines
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201 Farrell Lines
Insco Lines
SERVING Maritime Co of the Philippines
Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Motorships Inc
Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina OzeanStinnes Line
Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Sidarma Line
Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina Wallenius Line
West Coast Lines
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ShipSteamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Santos BRAZIL
Mormacpride G u dm un dr a MooreMcCormack Norton Strachan Smith ft Kelly April 14
Savannah I varan April 29
Dorotea Norton Smith fr Kelly
Mormacpenn Rio de Janeiro Mormacgulf MooreMcCormack Ivaran MooreMcCormack Strachan Southern Strachan May 4 May 12 May 24
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
KreonRoyal NetherlandStrachanApril 24
TheronRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 8
MedonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 22
La G naira VENEZUELA
ChironRoyal NetherlandsStrachanApril 17
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan Smith A KellyApril 20
MarathonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 1
JasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 15
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 29
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
KreonRoyal Netherlands StrachanApril 24
TheronRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 8
MedonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 22
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan Smith ft KellyApril 20
Paramaribo SURINAM
KreonRoyal Netherlands StrachanApril 24
ThetonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 8
MedonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 22
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Chiron Royal Netherlands StrachanApril 17
Ciudad de Cumana Venezuelan Smith ft KellyApril 20
Marathon Royal Netherlands StrachanMay 1
Jon Royal Netherlands StrachanMay 15
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 29
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
Kreon Theron Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands Strachan April 24 May 8 May 22
Medon Royal Netherlands Strachan
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA Jaladurga Scindi Smith ft Kelly
Flying Hawk May 9 May 12 May 13
Hellenic Torch Hellenic Stpvpns
Vishva Shobha S C I Smith fr Kelly
Expeditor Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 15
Vishvrf Vandana S C I Smith ft Kelly May 15
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Chalna PAKISTAN
MachardaCunBrocklebank LldTTT Co IncMay 6
Flying HawkAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 9
ExpeditorAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 15
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Hellenic PioneerHellenic Stevens April 19
MachardaCunBrocklebank LtdTTT Co IncMay 4
Flying Hawk Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 9
Expeditor Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 15
Colombo CEYLON
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensApril 19
Macharda CunBrocklebank Ltd TTT Co IncLMay 4
Djakarta INDONESIA
Kyoto Blue Sea StrachanApril 17
Japan Blue Sea StrachanMay 1
Laomedon Blue Sea Strachan May 13
Memnon Blue Sea StrachanMay 31
Karachi PAKISTAN
Flying HawkAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 9
Hellenic TorchHellenic StevensMay 12
Expeditor Am Export IsbrandisenStrachanMay 15
Madras INDIA
Jaladurga S C I Smith ft KellyApril 22
Macharda CunBrocklebank Ltd TTT Co IncMay 4
Flying HawkAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 9
Vishva Shobha S C I Smith ft KellyMay 13
ExpeditorAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanMay 15
Vishva VandanaS C I Smith ft KellyMay 15
Rangoon BURMA
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensApril 19
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Avonmouth ENGLAND
Costa Flora CunBrocklebank Ltd TTT Co Inc April 24
Belfast IRELAND
Irish SpruceManchester Smith ft KellyMay 9
Dublin IRELAND
Manchester FaithManchester Smith KellyApril 21
Irish SpruceManchesterSmith ft KellyMay 9
Glasgow SCOTLAND
Costa Flora CunBrocklebank LtdTTT Co Inc April 24
MangiaCunBrocklebank Ltd TTT Co IncJSMay 28
Calcutta INDIA Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic StfVftm April 10
Jaladurga Scindia Smith ft Kelly April
Macharda CunBrocklebank Ltd TTT Cof Inf
Flying Hawk Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 0
Hellenic Torch Hellenic Stevens Muy 11
Vishva Shobha S C I Smith ft Kelly May 3
Expeditor Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 15
Vishva Vandana S C I Smith ft Kelly May 15
Liverpool ENGLAND
Costa FloraCunBrocklebank Ltd TTT Co IncApril 24
MangiaCunBrocklebank LtdTTT Co IncMay 28
Manchester ENGLAND
Manchester FaithManchester Smith ft KellyApril 21
Costa FloraCunBrocklebank Ltd TTT Co IncApril 24
Irish SpruceManchester Smith ft KellyMay 9
ManglaCunBrocklebank Ltd TTT Co IncMay 28
SERVING SINCE 1870 SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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Directory of Port services
STEAMSHIP AGENTS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA ATLANTIC AGENCIES INC
Savannah Ga1912 2337123
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
Savannah Ga 912 2338104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2347267
OCEANIC SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga 912 2363430
SAVAGEHARRINGTON INC
Savannah Ga 912 2365596
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
Savannah Ga 912 2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
Brunswick Ga 912 2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2346671
Brunswick Ga 912 2654919
TEXAS TRANSPORT TERMINAL CO INC Savannah Ga912 2337921
STEVEDORES SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA ASSOCIATED STEVEDORES
Savannah Ga912 9644913
HARRINGTON CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2365596
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga 912 2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
Savannah Ga 912 2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
Brunswick Ga912 2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2346671
Brunswick G a 912 2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga 912 2339343
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga 912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Savannah Ga912 2326184
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga 912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga fei912 2350206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
C M THOMPSON JR
Savannah Ga 912 2324338
GEORGE W WISE JR
Savannah Ga 912 2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga 912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah GaL 912 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga 912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2350206
DONALD R WINTER
Atlanta Ga 404 7615974
U S ARMY OUTPORT SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS
Savannah Ga912 9645758
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL COYLE LINES INC
New Orleans La504 5241218
C G WILLIS INC
Paulsboro N J609 4234500
BARGE SERVICE INLAND MERRY BROTHERS
Augusta Ga404 7226831
C G WILLIS INC
Paulsboro N J609 4234500
MOTOR CARRIERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA AKERS MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2348846
Brunswick Ga912 2656948
ALBANY TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2335617
ATLANTIC TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645643
BENTON TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2335617
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP
Savannah Ga912 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321600
C P D TRANSIT INC
Savannah Ga912 2324106
COWART TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2345618
CRESCENT MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2324106
DURRENCE TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO
Savannah Ga912 2345309
FIVE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2320147
Brunswick Ga912 2653240
FULLER TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 9645643
GATEWAY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2365734
Brunswick Ga912 2652233
GEORGIA HIGHWAY EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 2334543
Brunswick Ga912 2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga912 2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2328124
Brunswick Ga912 2658622
HEMINGWAY TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 2364229
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 2342681
HOWARD HALL COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640784
J M TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 2324106
JOHNSON BRUCE TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2342715
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 9641707
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT
Savannah Ga912 2335745
M M TANK LINES
Savannah Ga912 9644341
Brunswick Ga912 2643394
McLEAN TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2333063
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645581
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
Savannah Ga912 9640262
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS Savannah Ga912 2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS INC
Savannah Ga 912 2348823
PLOOF TRANSFER COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga 912 9640245
Brunswick Ga912 2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga 912 2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga 912 2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 2327285
Brunswick Ga 912 2652233
TERMINAL TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga 912 9645653
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga 912 9641411
WATKINS CAROLINA EXPRESS
Savannah Ga 912 2324106
WEDSONS TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga 912 2332189
WOOTEN TRANSFER CO INC
Savannah Ga 912 9644347
YOUNGBLOOD TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga 912 2341583
RAILROADS SERVING THE PORTS SAVANNAH
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY CO912 2322203
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RY CO 912 2322203
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO912 2339203
BRUNSWICK
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO912 2652966
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO912 2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah Ga912 9640321
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
Savannah Ga912 9641811
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES CITIZENS SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK
Savannah Ga 912 2345105
LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO
Savannah Ga 912 2334111
SAVANNAH BANK TRUST CO
Savannah Ga 912 2343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse Savannah 1 East Bay Street Telephone 912 2324321 DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marion Fairoloth BakerExt 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection and Control
Charles P SimonExt 264
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification and Value
Gilbert DonaldsonExt 265
MARINE INSPECTION Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine OfficerExt 255
INSPECTIONAL SECTION William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs InspectorExt 250
AGENCY SERVICE
Robert T DeNeveExt 342
LABORATORY
Homer L Strickland Chief ChemistExt 344
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Federal BuildingBrunswick
Robert Peacock912 2651955
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24 Hour Answering Service 2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
J Henry Pruitt 2324321
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Savannah Field Office
DIRECTOR
James W Mclntire2324321 Ext 204
AUXILIARY SERVICES INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL
Director Charles Nelson25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL Jack M Sayler2342266
DENMARK Oscar M Hansen2322141
FINLAND A G Van Schaick2346646
FRANCE Edwin J Middleton8971969
GERMANY F A O Bahre2332011
ITALY Joseph M Cafiero3550586
NETHERLANDS A G Van Schaick2346646
NORWAY Peter Norboge2346671
SWEDEN Peter Norboge2346671
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MAYJUNE 1970 VOLUME 10 NUMBER 3 JIM BISSON Editor
Welcome Aboard Firestone 4
Colonels Island Railroad 6
Red Carpet Tour 8
SCLs Forestry Special 10
The Authoritys ultramodern Dry Bulk Terminal begins to take shape as one quarter of the 2500 foot storage building rises on the banks of the Savannah River The two year 9 million project is on schedule for a 1971 opening For more information on this mammouth project Turn to page 13
Dry Bulk Terminal 13 Container Central 14 Port News 16 Sailing Schedule 21 Port Directory 27
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
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Charles E Walker Columbus
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
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J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
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A ports progress is generally measured by its ability to provide appropriate facilities in direct ratio to the requirements of its users The adaptation of new methods for the handling of cargo is the name of the game in that the techniques of yesterday are no longer viable today
So it is that the Georgia Ports Authority is completing the construction of a container facility at its Garden City Terminal in Savannah and shippers throughout the Southeast are awaiting the day it becomes operational
Additionally a multipurpose bulk commodity facility will go on stream the first half of 71 to satisfy the demands of those
in the Southeast who import or export clays fertilizers ores etc
Shipment in containers or in bulk form is the trend in world shipping today and the Authority is in step with the trend
More conventional perhaps but serving as a tool for industrial development would properly classify the railroad being built by the Authority to serve Colonels Island in Brunswick with industries already committed to locate there and having the need for rail service
The price tag for all of this approaches 20 million dollars however with an organization such as ours service to our shippers too is the name of the game
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Pictured dockside photo on right during the arrival of Firestones second shipment of latex from Liberia are CA Poggioli Firestone Terminal Manager AT Marubbio Manager International Traffic Firestone and Leonard Ruess Assistant Vice President Barber Steamship Lines Inc
A modern new latex terminal operated by the Firestone Natural Rubber Latex Company was opened here as 1245 tons of latex from Firestones Liberian plantations were discharged into the storage facility
The new terminal leased from the Georgia Ports Authority but operated Firestone has a capacity of 440000 gallons or 3500000 pounds of liquid latex
Demand for natural rubber latex is increasing in general manufacturing and in the carpet and textile industries in particular AG Lund president of Firestones Natural Rubber division said Sales in the US have increased approximately 40 per cent over the past five years and this new terminal will enable Firestone to provide better distribution facilities and service to our carpet and textile customers in the Southeast he added
Latex from Firestones rubber plantations in Liberia will come into the new terminal for reshipment to customers
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A swampy terrain has delayed completion of the Authoritys Colonels Island Railroad at Brunswick from the original date in October of this year to the first quarter in 1971
Commenting on the delay GPA Executive Director JD Holt said Due to the heavy rains and difficult terrain the construction has been somewhat delayed however the work is proceeding and all phases will be completed well in advance of the established target dates of the industries it will serve
Colonels Island is one of the few remaining prime deepwater industrial sites on the Eastern seaboard
The 4 million 217 mile railroad in being financed jointly by the Georgia Ports Authority and the Economic Development Administration of the US
Two industries have already expressed interest in locating on the Island industrial site Ocean Industries Incorporated of Ft Lauderdale Florida intends to build an aragonite plant An oil refinery has also proposed locating on the Island
Group tries a little fishing at Bainbridge
Some two score prominent manufacturers from all parts of the nation have participated in Georgias Tenth Annual Red Carpet Tour
The Tour sponsored by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with Gov Lester Maddox and twentyone of the states leading industrial developing organizations is designed to give executives of vigor industrial corporations a whirlwind aerial inspection of the state pinpointing new developments facts on facilities which could spur their interest in a Georgia branch plant
Beginning in Atlanta on the morning of April 8th the Red Carpet Tour party of some 80 visitors and hosts viewed the metropolitan interest of Atlanta en route to an aircraft display and tour of LockheedGeorgia in Marietta
After lunch at Lockheed they flew over north Georgia communities in two chartered airliners landing at Athens late that afternoon
Following a Governors dinner Wednesday night addressed by Gov Maddox and a special Thursday morning manufacturers breakfast the entourage departed for an aerial inspection of central and south Georgia stopping at Bainbridge for a quail luncheon
Arriving at Brunswick the group toured the State Port facilities en route to Jekyll Island for an overnight stop
On Friday the group enjoyed an aerial tour of east Georgia and the Savannah terminals of the Georgia Ports Authority before landing at Augusta where they attended the second round of the Masters Golf Tournament
Governor Lester Maddox arrived on board the Forestry Special and gave the address of welcome to the 1100 people who attended the SCLs Resources For the Seventies
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A new decade of emphasis on conservation and the environment was ushered in May 14th in Georgia as Seaboard Coast Line Railroad presented Resou rces for the Seventies Scene of the annual outdoor extravaganza was picturesque Millarden Farms in the verdant hills near Woodbury Ga Twentyfive companies and organizations cooperated with the railroad to put together the program that featured talks by leading government and industry figures and action demonstrations depicting the latest techniques in managing our natural resources More than 1100 persons witnessed the four hour program including 400 that arrived at the field
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Governor Lester Maddox thirtyfive members of the state legislature and top executives from 118 corporations in twentyfive states and three foreign countries were among the train passengers They were met at the field site by local businessmen tree farmers foresters teachers studentsand the Manchester Ga High School Band playing Dixie
Mossy oaks shaded the speakers platform where addresses were given by Governor Maddox Dr Thomas C Nelson Associate Deputy Chief Forest Service USDA Washington DC AR Shirley Director Georgia
Forestry Commission SW White Jr Group Vice President White Motor Corporation Cleveland O and 1970 National Chairman Sponsoring Committee FFA Foundation Inc Tyson Stephens President Georgia Association Future Farmers of America John E Ray 3rd Executive Vice President Union Camp Corporation Wayne NJ US Representative John J Flynt of the Sixth Congressional District of Georgia and W Thomas Rice Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of the host railroad RN Bob Hoskins SCL Assistant Vice President and innovator of the program some twentysix years ago was master of ceremonies
The demonstrationstermed the kind I like to see by Governor Maddoxdid not include picket signs only signs of progress in the business of natural resource development Using elaborate displays modern equipment and active illustrations relevant subjects in the field of environmental control were covered by leading scientists and spokesmen Research breakthroughs in genetics were explained by Union Camp Corporation while Continental Can Co told the story of industrial tree nurseries and new developments in tree planting Georgia Ports Authority discussed the important role of Georgia ports in the import and export of forest
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products and Koppers Company told of the new treated wood products being readied for market Disposables an exploding industry using cellulose from trees and expected to reach 13 billion dollars in sales by 1975was covered by ITTRayonier Inc New ideas in housing that halve the normal cost of construction were illustrated through models and components in a fascinating presentation by the Forest Service US Department of Agriculture
Another popular station was Rust Engineering Companys look at Pollution Control for the Seventies A Drott FellerBuncher headed the list of labor saving machinery featured at Great Northern Paper Companys pulpwood production demonstration Huge bulldozers and rolling drum choppers capable of cultivating the roughest forest land provided the backdrop for Georgia Kraft Company and their site preparation presentation The Georgia Forestry Commission told of their management assistance program for woodland
owners Southern Wood Preserving Company discussed the post and pole market Tomorrows Railroads by SCL took a look into the future of rail transportation
A container handling exhibition by Towmotor Corporation Yancey Bros Co Dorsey Trailers Inc and XTRA Inc was held during lunch The demonstrations were wrapped up by an aerial flyover and waterbombing run over a simulated fire staged by the Georgia Forestry Commission
Much of the program was concerned with the fantastic potential of the southern forests and the problems to be faced in preparation for the doubling in demand for forest products by the year 2000 Union Camps John Ray pointed out that the per capita production and consumption of paper and paperboard in the US is 576 pounds for every man woman and child and rapidly increasing In order to meet the demand wood yield per acre must increasemostly on the forest land in the South that belongs to private individuals Dr Nelson
echoed Ray noting that 70 of the forest land in the South is in the hands of these private individuals and most is poorly managed or not managed at all
State Forester Shirley called the tree a near perfect ecological tool saying it cleans the air absorbs and recirculates water provides shade stills the wind and offers tranquility as a counterpoint to mans often excessive use of concrete and asphalt The forestry chief observed that one acre of young growing well managed trees releases four tons of oxygen into the air each yearenough to support twelve human beings
By bringing industrialists politicians and government leaders together with the people working on the land new ideas are brought out of hiding and the future is assessed thoughtfully and constructively by the people who mold it Dr Thomas Nelson summed it up well saying Such contacts make the framework for mutual understanding mutual concern and mutual progress
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It wont be long now The giant crane of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Container Central pushes skyward in its final stages of construction Originally scheduled for completion in July plans now call for the opening of the South Atlantics finest Container Terminal in early September Even with this postponed opening due to the delayed delivery of electrical components the GPA will still be the firstest with the mostest on the South Atlantic
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Southern Ports Foreign Freight Committee
The Chicago based Southern Ports Foreign Freight Committee held their May 1970 Rate Meeting and Public Hearing at the Port of Savannah The veteran membrs of the Committee visited Savannah a number of years ago and it was good to renew old acquaintances and to also welcome the newer members
Those returning were most pleased with development at the port over the past few years with a number of new cargo berths transit sheds and all were impressed with our nearly completed container terminal and its giant container crane
The American Association of Railroads Port Report No 6 which shows monthly carloadings of export cargo signifies that Savannah on a monthly average ranks between 6th and 10th
in the nation for rail cars of general cargo Therefore the facilities capabilities and services at the Port of Savannah are important to the railroad men of this committee who specialize in export and import traffic The Southern Ports Foreign Freight Committee comprises representatives of those rail lines who have direct interest in exportimport traffic moving through US southern ports from and to points in the midwest Their principal concern is rail ratemaking policy on such traffic
A full docket of subjects and public hearings kept the committee members busy for a full three days in their rooftop Harbor View meeting room at the DeSoto Hilton Hotel However with the strenuous pace set by the
Committee members their chairman Mr E E Honath and Secretary Mr JJ Dolan including working into the late evening hours they were able to take time to tour the port and facilities This included a welcomed change of pace with a luncheon port cruise onboard the yacht Flying Lady
The port tour and luncheon hosted by the Georgia Ports Authority included Mr JD Holt Executive Director Mr Jl Newsome Jr Director of Operations Mr Jim Bisson Director of Public Relations Mr Fred Whelan Western Regional ManagerChicago and Mr Sam Lloyd Traffic ManagerAtlanta
A reception was also hosted by the Savannah Maritime Association made up of member shipping companies and steamship agencies in the port
It was a pleasure for us to see the officers and members of the Southern Ports Foreign Freight Committee in Savannah again we hope they will return for future meetings
L B Foster Officials Visit Port Industry
Officials of the LB Foster Company were recently in Savannah to inspect the completion of construction of the second stage of their port oriented spiral weld pipe plant
The new construction included the addition of a 32 inch diameter pipe machine hydrostatic test equipment and a steel coil slitter capable of slitting steel coils 80 inches by 38 inch thick
Pictured above on the inspection tour are left to right RA Foster Vice Chairman of the Board CL Lawson Product Mgr PH Lambert Plant Supt Vernon Haag Driam Co Switzerland B L Foster Chairman of the Board Warren Kerns VP Eng C J Washek Operations Mgr H F Ford VP Regional Mgr and William Flowers Gen Foreman
The Savannah plant first went into operation in April of 1969 with a 20 inch diameter pipe machine Since that time the plant has undergone three major expansions and into 24 hour shifts as of September of this year
Today the plant has a daily capacity of turning out 100120 tons depending on the size of the pipe being produced The finished product is distributed from Savannah throughout the south east
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HollandAmericas modern G ships handle all kinds of Gulf cargowith two derricks that together can lift 140 tons refrigerated chambers maintaining temperatures as low as 5 degrees F and spacious deck space for large and oddshaped cargo
For fast and frequent service to Le Havre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg contact
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Agents Hohenstein Shipping Company Savannah and Atlanta
Anthony O Kelly Supt of Operations Georgia Ports Authority has been awarded the US Department of Agriculture Plant Quarantine Divisions Certificate of Appreciation The award was authorized by Acting Director WH Wheeler upon nomination by James H Pruitt left Inspector in Charge Savannah Mr Kelly was cited for his continuing assistance to the Plant Quarantine Division and for calling attention to the presence of a foreign plant pest Of significant economic importance
the Georgia Ports Authority and the Oceanographic Center on Skidaway Island President of the Club Hampton L Daughtry and Mrs Daughtry are on the far left
Members of the AgriBusiness Club of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce are pictured on a recent Savannah visit During their short stay they toured the deepwater terminals of
Governor Lester Maddox proclaimed May 1016 1970 as Transportation Week in Georgia in observation of National Transportation Week recognizing and honoring the transportation industry upon which we all depend for the necessities of life
These are pictures of the head table and part of those in attendance at the National Transportation Week banquet held at the SheratonBiltmore Hotel in Atlanta on May 14 Governor Maddox was the principal speaker H Dillon Winship Jr was Chairman of
the Georgia State Committee and Claude Newman was Chairman of the Atlanta Committee
Other Georgia port officials at the head table wereJ D Holt Executive Director and Robert H Tharpe Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority
The banquet was sponsored by the Transportation Club of Atlanta Delta Nu Alpha National Defense Transportation Association Womens Traffic and Transportation Club of Atlanta American Society of Traffic and Transportation and ICC Practitioners
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HANSEN 8c TIDEMANN INC 405 Industrial Building P O Box 8145 31402 Tel 2338103 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2342621 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SMITH tc KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2088 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING Sc TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1468 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 9667 31402 Tel 2346671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street P O Box 9833 31402 Tel 2322129 TEXAS TRANSPORT tc TERMINAL CO INC Savannah Bank Building P O Box 8127 31402 Tel 2337921
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Port Gentil WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster Strachan July 22
Tema WEST AFRICA
DoldoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 22
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 19
ChironRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 26
MedonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJuly 3
Curacao NETHERLANDS
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 19
ChironRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 26
MedonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJuly 3
Kingston JAMAICA
Artemis Royal Netherlands StrachanjjJune 19
Charis Royal Netherlands StrachanJuly 3
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
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AnganiyrSouth African MarineSmith 8c KellyJune 18
African DawnFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJune 23
TrevaylorSouth African MarineSmith tc Kelly June 25
MormaccapeRobinMooreMcCormack StrachanJune 30
African CometFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 8
A VesselSouth African MarineSmith 8c KellyJuly 9
MormacaltairRobinMooreMcCormack Strachan July 14
A Vessel South African Marine Smith 8c KellyJuly 16
Hellenic CharmHellenic StevensJuly 22
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic StevensJuly 25
A VesselRobinMooreMcCormackStrachanJuly 28
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster Strachan July 22
Cotonou WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 22
Dakar WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 22
Douala WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 22
Freetown WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster Strachan July 22
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
Deido Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 22
Libreville WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 22
Lome WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 22
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 22
Pointe Noire WEST AFRICA
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 22
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
Alice TormTorm SouthernJune 23
Thyra Torm Torm SouthernJuly 14
Ashdod ISRAEL
MazalZim SouthernJune 22
AnalZim SouthernJuly 1
Barcelona SPAIN
Alice Torm Shirley Lykes Thyra Torm Torm Lykes Bros Torm Southern Strachan Southern June 23 July 7 July 14
Beirut LEBANON Alice Torm Turlda Torm Hellenic Southern June 23 June 25 July 14
Thyra Torm Torm Southern
Casablanca MOROCCO
Shirley LykesLykes Bros StrachanJuly 7
KraljevicaJugolinija Smith tc KellyJuly 14
Constanza RUMANIA
ItaliaHellenic StevensJune 17
Genoa ITALY
Lazzaro Mocenigo
Shirley Lykes
Monbaldo
Monreale
Enrico Dndolo
Haifa ISRAEL
MazalZim SouthernJune 22
AnalZim SouthernJuly 1
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeJuly 2
Lykes Bros StrachanJuly 7
Creole TTT Co IncJuly 9
Creole TTT Co Inc July 13
Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeJuly 28
Denote Vie Transshipment RDeuotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
Alice Torn Thyra Torm Torm Torm Southern Southern June 23 July 14
Leghorn ITALY
Lazzaro Mocenigo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime July 2
Monbaldo Creole TTT Co Inc July 9
Monreale Creole TTT Co Inc July 13
Enrico Dandolo Sidarma 1 Southeastern Maritime July 28
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Alice Torm Torm Southern June 23
Thyra Torm Torm Southern July 14
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Alice Torm Torm Southern June 23
Thyra Torm Torm Southern July 14

Marseilles FRANCE
Lazzaro Mocenigo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime July 2
Enrico Dandolo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime July 28
Naples ITALY
Shirley Lykes Lykes Bros Sirachan July 7
Monbaldo Creole TTT Co Inc July 9
Monreale Creole TTT Co Inc July 13
Enrico Dandolo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime July 28
Piraeus GREECE
Italia Hellenic Stevens June 17
Turlna Hellenic Stevens June 25

Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
Avala Jugolinija Smith ft Kelly June 25
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Avala Jugolinija Smith Kelly June 25
Kraljevica Jugolinija Smith Kelly July 14

Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Alice Torm Torm SoutheFn June 23
Thyra Torm Torm Southern July 14
Trieste ITALY
Monbaldo Creole TTT Co Inc July 9
Monreale Creole TTT C Inc Tnl v 11
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Tripoli LIBYA
Iialia Hellenic Stevens June 17
Turlda Hellenic Stevens June 25
Tunis TUNISIA
Shirley Lykes Lykes Bros Sirachan July 7
Venice ITALY
Avala Jugolinija Smith Sc Kelly June 25
Shirley Lykes Lykes Bros F Strachan July 7
Monbaldo WBBHBBES3 Creole TTT Co Inc July 9
Monreale Creole TTT Co Inc July 13
Kraljevica Jugolinija Smith ft Kelly July 14
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
IitersumIndependent GulfSmith ft KellyJune 17
Fidelity RRegent J R ShippingJune 26
HilversumIndependent GulfSmith ft Kelly July 11
GrebbedykHolland America HohensteinJuly 15
Gaasterdyk Holland America Hohenstein July 27
Salonika GREECE
ItaliaHellenic StevensJune 17
TurldaHellenic StevensJune 25
Savona ITALY Lazzaro Mocenigo Enrico Dandolo Sidarma Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime July 2 July 28
Sicily ITALY Monbaldo Creole TTT Co Inc July 9
Antwerp BELGIUM
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern MJune 15
IitersumIndependent GulfSmith ft Kelly June 17
Vasaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanJune 22
Fidelity R11Regent J R ShippingJune 26
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanJuly 7
HilversumIndependent GulfSmith ft Kelly July 11
SchauenburgOzeanStinnes Southeastern MJuly 11
GrebbedykHolland America HohensieinJuly 15
SilviaOzeanStinnes Southeastern MJuly 18
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanJuly 25
Split YUGOSLAVIA
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Kingston Port au Prince Puerto Cabello Maracaibo Port of Spain Georgetown Paramaribo
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and
Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore NorfolkRAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland LAVINO SHIPPING CO DetroitINTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO

KN5M
Rogai Merlands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
SHIPPING COMPANY
2 Whitaker Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 9865 Phone 2339343
22
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
GaasierdykHolland America Hohenstein July
Bremen GERMANY
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern MJune
Ittersum Independent Gull Smith KellyJune
Pericles Holland America HohensteinJune
VasaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan June
Fidelity R Regent J R Shipping June
DiogenesHolland America Hohenstein June
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly
HilversumIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly July
Schauenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M July
GrebbedykHolland America Hohenstein July
SilviaOzeanStinnes Southeastern M July
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan July
GaasierdykHolland America Hohenstein July
Hamburg GERMANY
Olga Jacob OzeanStinnes Southeastern M
IttersumIndependent Gull Smith St Kelly
Pericles Holland America Hohenstein
VasaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Fidelity R Regent J R Shipping
Diogenes Holland America Hohenstein
Talisman WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Hilversum Independent Gull Smith St Kelly
Schauenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M
GrebbedykHolland America Hohenstein
SilviaOzeanStinnes Southeastern M
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
GaasierdykHolland America Hohenstein
Le Havre FRANCE
VasaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Talisman WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
GrebbedykHolland America Hohenstein
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
GaasierdykHolland America Hohenstein
June
June
June
June
June
June
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
June
July
July
July
July
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
27
16
17
17 22 26 29
7
11
11
15
18 25 27
16
17
17 22 26 29
7
11
11
15
18 25 27
22
7
15
25
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Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Cap ColvilleColumbus Southern June 16
City of HerefordAm AustralianSmith Kelly June 19
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 20
Pearl Sea Atlanttrafik StevensJune 24
Montreal StarBlue Star SouthernJune 27
TekoaAm AustralianSmith KellyJune 28
Austral PilotFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJune 29
Port Albany Port Strachan June 30
Tangerincore Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein July 3
Port BurniePort Strachan July 12
City of Dundee Am St Australian Smith Kelly July 15
Mandarincore Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein July 21
Palonga Am St Australian Smith St Kelly July 22
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern July 22
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik Stevens July 29
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
Austral Pilot Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 29
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Cap Colville Columbus i Southern June 16
City of HerefordAm Australian Smith Kelly June 19
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern Maritime June 20
Pearl Sea Atlanttrafik Stevens June 24
Montreal StarBlue Star Southern June 27
TekoaAm St AustralianSmith St Kelly June 28
Austral Pilot Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 29
Port AlbanyPort Strachan June 30
TangerincoreMaritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein July 3
Port BurniePort Strachan July 12
City of DundeeAm Australian Smith St Kelly July 15
MandarincoreMaritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein July 21
Palonga Am AustralianSmith St Kelly July 22
Halifax StarBlue Star Southern July 22
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik Stevens July 29
Ebbe wein
FMC UC NO 949 fE2QP REALTY BUILDING bflONE 912232184 SAVANNAH GEORGIA
For more details on Brunswick and Savannah write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Ga
Olga Jacob OzeanStinnes Southeastern M
IttersumIndependent Gulf Smith St Kelly
Pericles Holland America Hohenstein
Vasaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Fidelity RRegent J R Shipping
Diogenes Holland America Hohenstein
Talisman WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
HilversumIndependent Gulf Smith St Kelly
Schauenburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern M
GrebbedykHolland America Hohenstein
SilviaOzeanStinnes Southeastern M
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Gaasierdyk Holland America Hohenstein
June 16 June 17 June 17 June 22 June 26 June 29 July 7 July 11 July 11 July 15 July 18 July 25 July 27
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern June 27
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern July 2
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern July 10
Phil A LunaMCP Southeastern Maritime July 13
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern July 24
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine SouthernJune 27
PhilippinesUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 2
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine SouthernJuly 10
Phil A LunaMCP Southeastern Maritime July 13
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern July 24
Georgia Ports handle more
general cargo
tonnagethan any ports in the South Atlantic
MAYJUN E 1 970
23
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steamship Line Agency SailingJDate
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
City of HerefordiUuAm AustralianSmith Kelly June 19
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandisen Sirachan June 23
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern June 27
Iberia K Line Stevens June 28
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern July 2
Export AideAm Export Isbrandisen Sirachan July 8
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern July 10
Phil A LunaMCP Southeastern Maritime July 13
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan July 21
France Maru K Line Stevens July 23
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern July 24
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern June 27
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern July 2
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern July 10
Phil A LunaMCP Southeastern Maritime July 13
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern July 24
Inchon KOREA
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan June 23
Export AideAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan July 8
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan July 21
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern June 20
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan June 23
Export AideAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan July 8
Hai Ho China Merchants Southern July 19
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan July 21
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Prs Roxas United Philippine Southern June 27
Philippines United Philippine Southern July 2
Phil Prs Garcia United Philippine Southern July to
Phil A Luna MCP Southeastern Maritime July 13
Phil Prs Osmena United Philippine Southern July 24
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Cap Colville Columbus Southern June 16
City of Hereford Am Australian Smith Kelly June 19
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 20
Pearl Sea Atlanttrafik Stevens June 24
Montreal Star Blue Star Southern June 27
Tekoa Am Australian Smith Kelly June 28
Austral Pilot Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 29
Port Albany Port Sirachan June 30
Tangerincore Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein July 3
Port Burnie Port Sirachan July 12
City of Dundee Am Australian Smith Kelly July 15
Mandarincore Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein July 21
Patonga Am Australian Smith Kelly July 22
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern July 22
Pacific Ocean Atlaniirafik Stevens July 29
Nagoya JAPAN
Alkman YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc June 24
Suruga Maru N Y K Strachan June 27
Iberia K Line Stevens June 28
Kamoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc June 29
San Francisco Maru MiisuiO S K Strachan July 2
Norfolk Maru MiisuiO S K Strachan July 7
Satsuma Maru N Y K Strachan July 10
Yamaaki Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 13
Hampton Maru N Y K Strachan July 22
France Maru K Line Stevens July 23
Tosaharu Maru Y amashi taShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 29
Keelung FORMOSA
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern June 20
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan June 23
IberiaK Line Stevens June 28
Export Aide Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan July 8
Hai Ho China Merchants SouthernJuly 19
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan July 21
France Maru Kf Line Stevens July 23
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern June 20
Export Builder Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan June 23
Alkman YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc June 24
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern June 27
Suruga Maru N Y K Strachan June 27
Iberia K Line Stevens June 28
Kamoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc June 29
Philippines United Philippine Southern July 2
San Francisco Maru MiisuiO S K Strachan July 2
Norfolk Maru MiisuiO S K Strachan July 7
Export Aide Am Export Isbrandisen Sirachan July 8
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern July 10
Satsuma Maru N Y K Strachan July 10
Yamaaki Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 13
Hai Ho China Merchants Southern July 19
Export Buyer Am Export Isbrandisen Sirachan July 21
Hampton Maru N Y K Strachan July 22
Line Stevens July 23
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern July 24
Tosaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 29
Launceston AUSTRALIA
Pearl Sea Atlantirafik Stevens June 24
Osaka JAPAN
Export Builder
Alkman
Suruga Maru
Iberia
Kamoharu Maru
San Francisco Maru Norfolk Maru
Export Aide
Satsuma Maru
Yamaaki Maru
Export Buyer
Hampton Maru
France Maru
Tosaharu Maru
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan
YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc
N Y K Strachan
K Line Stevens
YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc
MiisuiO S K Strachan
MitsuiO S K Strachan
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan
N Y K Strachan
YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan
N Y K Sirachan
K Line Stevens
YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc
Penang MALAYA
Trefusis Blue Sea
Sudan Blue Sea
Ulysses Blue Sea
Port Swettenham MALAYA
Trefusis
Sudan
Ulysses
Pusan KOREA
Export Builder
Export Aide Export Buyer
Blue Sea Blue Sea Blue Sea
Am Export Isbrandisen Am Export Isbrandisen Am Export Isbrandisen
Sirachan Strachan Strachan
Sirachan
Strachan
Sirachan
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
June 23 June 24 June 27 June 28 June 29 July 2 July 7 1 July 8 July 10 July 13 July 21 July 22 July 23 July 29
June 24 July 1 July 17
June 24 July 1 July 17
June 23 July 8 July 21
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
24
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
San Fernando
Phil A Luna MCP Southeastern Maritime July 13
Singapore SINGAPORE
Trefusis Blue Sea Strachan June 24
Sudan Blue Sea Strachan July 1
Ulysses Blue Sea Strachan July 17
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Cap Colville Columbus Southern June 16
City of Hereford Am Australian Smith Kelly June 19
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 20
Pearl Sea Allaniirafik Stevens June 24
Montreal Star Blue Star Southern June 27
Tekoa Am Australian Smith Kelly June 28
Austral Pilot Farrell Southeastern Maritime June 29
Port Albany Port Strachan June 30
Tangerincore Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein July 3
Port Burnie Port Strachan July 12
City of Dundee Am Australian Smith Kelly July 15
Mandarincore Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein July 21
Patonga Am Australian Smith Kelly July 22
Halifax Star Blue Star Southern July 22
Pacific Ocean Ailanitrafik Stevens July 29
Yokohama JAPAN
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern June 20
Export Builder Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan June 23
Alkman YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc June 24
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern June 27
Suruga Maru N Y K Strachan June 27
Iberia K Line Stevens June 28
Kamoharu Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc June 29
Philippines United Philippine Southern July 2
San Francisco Maru MiisuiO S K Strachan July 2
Norfolk Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan July 7
Export Aide Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan July 8
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern July 10
Saisuma Maru N Y K Strachan July 10
Yamaaki Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 13
Hai Ho China Merchants Southern July 19
Export Buyer Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan July 21
Hampton Maru N Y K Strachan July 22
France Maru K Line Stevens July 23
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern July 24
Tosaharu Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 29
PERSIAN GULF
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Charm Hellenic Stevens July 22
Hellenic Sunbeam Hellenic Stevens July 25
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Bergen NORWAY
VasaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJune 22
Copenhagen DENMARK
VasaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJune 22
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 7
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 25
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Vasaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJune 22
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 7
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 25
Helsinki FINLAND
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 7
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 25
Malmo SWEDEN
VasaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Norrkoping SWEDEN
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
Oslo NORWAY
Vasaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
June 22 July 7 July 25
July 7 July 25
June 22 July 7 July 25
Stockholm SWEDEN
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 7
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan July 25
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Belem
Dalila Netumar Southeastern MaritimeJune 28
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Marie SkouvArgentina Strachan
SvensksundNorton Smith Kelly
Sao PauloIvaran i Southern
MormacscanMooreMcCormack Strachan
GudmundraNorton ia Smith Kelly
SalvadorIvaran i Southern
DorotearjsfcjLNorton Smith Kelly
MormaclandMooreMcCormack Strachan
June 15 June 18 June 19 June 25 June 29 July 7 July 20 July 23
Fortaleza
DalilaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeJune 28
Montevideo URUGUAY
Sao PauloIvaran
MormacscanMooreMcCormack
SalvadorIvaran
MormaclandMooreMcCormack
SouthernJune 19
StrachanJune 25
SouthernJuly 7
StrachanJuly 23
Aqaba JORDAN
Hellenic CharmHellenic Stevens July 22
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic StevensJuly 25
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic Stevens July 25
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Charm Hellenic Stevens July 22
Hellenic Sunbeam Hellenic Stevens July 25
Paranagua BRAZIL
Mormacscan MooreMcCormack StrachanJune 25
Melle SkouLloyd Brasileiro StevensJune 27
DalilaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeJune 28
MormaclandMooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 23
Puerto Alegre BRAZIL
SvensksundNorton Smith KellyJune 18
DalilaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeJune 28
Gudmundra Norton Smith KellyJune 29
DoroteaNorton Smith KellyJuly 20
SOUTHEASTERNMARITME STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 AGENTS FOR
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265 Alcoa Steamship Co
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 3S201 Brodin Lines
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201 Farrell Lines
Insco Lines
SERVING Maritime Co of the Philippines
Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Motorships Inc
Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina OzeanStinnes Line
Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Sidarma Line
Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina Wallenius Line
West Coast Lines
MAYJUNE 1970
25
Ship
Steamship Line
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Agency Sailing Dale Ship
Recife BRAZIL Dalila June Qft
Mormacland MooreMcCormack Strachan July 23
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Svensksund Norton Smith Kelly June 18
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern June 19
Mormacscan MooreMcCormack Strachan June 25
Mette Skou Llovd Brasileiro Stevens June 27
Dalila June 28
Gudmundra Norton Smith Kelly June 29
Salvador Ivaran Southern July 7
Dorotea Norton Smith Hr Kelly July 20
Mormacland MooreMcCormack Strachan July 23
Salvador
DalilaNe turnar Southeastern MaritimeJune 28
Santos BRAZIL
Svensksund Norton Smith Kelly June 18
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern June 19
Mormacscan MooreMcCormack Strachan June 25
Mette Skou Llovd Brasileiro Stevens June 27
Dalila June 28
Gudmundra Norton Smith Kelly June 29
Salvador Ivaran Southern July 7
Dorotea Norton Smith 8c Kelly July 20
Mormacland MooreMcCormack Strachan July 23
Vitoria BRAZIL
Mette Sku Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens June 27
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
Ammon Royal Netherlands Strachan June 19
Medon Royal Netherlands Sirachait July 3
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Ammon Royal Netherlands Strachan June 19
Ciudad de Cumana Venezuelan Smith 8c Kelly June 23
Chiron Royal Netherlands Strachan June 26
Medon Royal Netherlands Strachan July 3
Ciudad de Valencia Venezuelan Smith 8c Kelly July 7
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Arlemis Royal Netherlands Strachan June 19
Charis Royal Netherlands Strachan July 3
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de Cumana Venezuelan Smith 8c Kelly June 23
Ciudad de Valencia Venezuelan Smith 8c Kelly July 7
Paramaribo SURINAM
Ammon Royal Netherlands Strachan June 19
Medon Royal Netherlands Strachan July 3
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Ammon Royal Netherlands StrachanJune 19
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan Smith KellyJune 23
ChironRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 26
MedonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJuly 3
Ciudad de ValenciaVenezuelan Smith 8c KellyJuly 7
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
ArtemisRoyal Netherlands Strachan June 19
Charis Royal Netherlands Strachan July 3
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Executor
Vishva Prem
Jaladharati
Jalapalaka
State of Madhya Pradesh
Flying Endeavor
Flying Cloud
State of Mysore
Steel Architect
Calcutta INDIA
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan June 16
Vishva PremS C I Smith KellyJune 19
JaladharatiScindia Smith KellyJune 20
JalapalakaScindia Smith KellyJune 25
State of Madhya Pradesh S C I Smith Kelly July 7
Flying EndeavorAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 10
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 14
State of MysoreS C I Smith KellyJuly 17
Steel ArchitectStates Marine Isthmian StrachanJuly 17
Chalna PAKISTAN
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan June 16
Flying Endeavor Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 10
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan July 14
Chittagong PAKISTAN
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJune 16
Flying EndeavorAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 10
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 14
Djakarta INDONESIA
TrefusisBlue Sea StrachanJune 24
SudanBlue Sea StrachanJuly l
UlyssesBlue Sea StrachanJuly 17
Karachi PAKISTAN
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJune 16
Flying EndeavorAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 10
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 14
Steel ArchitectStates Marine Isthmian StrachanJuly 17
Madras INDIA
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan June 16
Vishva PremS C I Smith KellyJune 19
JaladharatiScindia Smith KellyJune 20
JalapalakaScindia Smith KeUyJune 25
State of Madhya PradeshS C I Smith KellyJuly 7
Flying Endeavor Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 10
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 14
State of MysoreS C I Smith KellyJuly 17
Steel ArchitectStates Marine Isthmian StrachanJuly 17
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Dublin IRELAND
Irish SpruceManchester Smith ft KellyJune 29
Irish Poplar Manchester Smith KellyJuly 23
Manchester ENGLAND
Irish SpruceManchester Smith KellyJune 29
Irish Poplar Manchester Smith KellyJuly 23
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan June 16
S C I Smith KellyJune 19
Scindia Smith KellyJune 20
Scindia Smith KellyJune 25
S C I Smith KellyJuly 7
Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 10
Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 14
S C I Smith KellyJuly 17
States Marine Isthmian StrachanJuly 17
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SERVING SINCE 1870
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STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
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SHIPPING COMPANIES
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
206 East Bay Street2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
9 East Bay Street2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
405 Industrial Building2347367
MOOREMcCORMACK LINES INC
902 Savannah Bank Building2346671
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
2 Whitaker Building2339343
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminal Building2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
J W TARVER
Arcade Building 2348829
DONALD R WINTER
P O Box 20973 Atlanta 303208725309
STEVEDORES
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT
SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS
State Docks Garden City2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
COYLE LINES INCNew Orleans La
C G WILLIS INCPaulsboro N J
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
FLORIDA BARGE LINES INCAugusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC 2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT CO2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO 2345309
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GATEWAY TRANSPORTATION CO2365734
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
Brunswick2652233
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC2366112
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic 2326159
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department 2323113
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD
Garden City Terminal2361561
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Brunswick Freight Office2652966
Regional Sales Manager2332431
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager2341388
Brunswick Freight Office2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City2362447
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
CITIZENS SOUTHERN
NATIONAL SANK Box 429 2345101
LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK TRUSTBox 490 2334111
SAVANNAH BANK
TRUST COBox 4892343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse East Bay Street DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marion Fairdoth Baker2324321
Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection Control
Charles P Simon2324321 Ext 264
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Brunswick
Bobby Peacock Federal Building 2651955 MARINE SECTION
Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine Officer 2324321 Ext 255
INSPECTIONAL SECTION William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs Inspector2324321 Ext 250
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification Value
Gilbert Donaldson 2324321 Ext 265
ENTRY MINISTERIAL SECTION William D Wood Jr2324321Ext 345
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE Room 206 Customhouse AGENT IN CHARGE
Robert T DeNeve2324321 Ext 342
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS LABORATORY Room 211 Customhouse
CHIEF CHEMIST
Homer L Strickland2324321 Ext 344
U S DEPT OF COMMERCE Savannah Field Office Room 235 Post Office Bldg DIRECTOR
James W Me In tire2324321 Ext 204
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24hour answering service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Room 208 Customhouse INSPECTOR IN CHARGE J Henry Pruitt2324321
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OFFICER IN CHARGE
Henry Clay 2335927
AUXILIARY SERVICES
INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director
Charles Nelson 25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler East River St2342266
DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen 15 West Liberty 2322141 FINLAND
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646
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Edwin J Middleton
Wilmington Island 8971969
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Walter Hauser New York New York
Fred Whelan Chicago Illinois
Laurence Magrath Bonn W Germany
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan
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SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1970 VOLUME 10 NUMBER 4
JIM BISSON Editor
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
Kubota Tractors 4
A Visit By The President 6
Savannah Harbor Improvements 8
Georgia Foreign Trade 10
145 Million Snapshot 12
Port News 14
Sailing Schedule 17
Port Directory 23
Kubota Limited Japans largest farm machinery maker recently made two discoveries in America One there was a tractor gap existing in the USA and two the port of Savannah was the transportation key to fill that gap Kubota capitalized on both discoveries See page 4 for details
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AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah ViceChairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
R E Hamilton Dalton
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Charles E Walker Columbus
Richard M Scarlett Brunswick
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
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WHY A CONTAINER TERMINAL IN SAVANNAH
Philosophizing for a moment as we all know we as people are in the process of compressing time and space in a way that was inconceivable 10 years ago so with the advent of container shipping and the scare of the shortlived Load Center theory we had to first of all rationally sell ourselves on the fact that there was place in the scheme of things within the industry for other than the mammoth ports of the nation
The stimulus of competition and the introduction of new techniques clearly established the need for a decision without the luxury of a delay to see what was going to happen
The danger was not in what the larger
ports can do but rather what would be the destiny of our local shippers were they forced to live in a vacuum created by the failure of in our case the Georgia Ports Authority to provide the facilities of today
Moving forward therefore not only became an ethical conception but an economic necessity if the interests of our shippers were considered to be of importance
With a ports authority the heart of selling is public acceptance and we therefore came to the conclusion that the shippers within our rather extensive and increasingly industrialized hinterland should be rewarded for their support hence A CONTAINER TERMINAL IN SAVANNAH
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Japans Kubota Ltd finds Savannah Shipping Key
Kubota tractors left loading for US delivery Below production at the Sakai Works of Kubota Ltd Osaka supplies more than 30 per cent of Japan s farm machinery
Below right Kubota tractors are discharged at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Ocean Terminal Savannah
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A manufacturer headquartered in Osaka Japan has uncovered a US tractor gap and is quickly capitalizing on the shortage
Kubota Ltd Japans largest farm machinery maker found that there were virtually no US suppliers in the
20 to 30 horsepower category and has initiated a nationwide marketing program via a leading trading company Marubenilida America Inc
In March 1969 Marubenilida began setting up a US network of dealers Today almost 250 Kubota dealers sell
21 hp and 26 hp diesel tractors throughout the US The Southern market was one of the first areas penetrated and represents a significant portion of Kubotas total US sales
In the spring of 1970 a Kubota warehouse was opened in Savannah and shipments from the Companys Osaka plant began arriving About 500 tractors have been unloaded during the first six months at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Savannah terminals
The Savannah warehouse serves Georgia Florida and South Carolina
Kubota is one of Japans largest manufacturing enterprises with annual sales of more than 500 million Agricultural equipment sales are in excess of 200 million annually Kubota is the worlds largest producer of twowheel tractors and Japans largest maker of fourwheel farm tractors with horsepower ranges up to 35 Kubota tractors account for 30 per cent of the Japanese market
How did Kubota move so quickly to establish such an extensive sales network in the South
Mr Y Shimao Vice President and General Manager
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1970
Marubenilida America Inc Los Angeles explains some of the reasons
Major US makers had abandoned the 20 hp30 hp range about 15 years ago and moved up into the 40 hp and above category and down to the fastgrowing lawn and garden trade This left small moderate income and weekend farmers in the South and elsewhere in the US without practical choices
They were forced to buy more expensive multipurpose high horsepower units to do jobs which required a much smaller model The Kubota unit found ready customers among these marginal and weekend farmers Small ranchers contractors andfor landscaping and ground maintenance city and state agencies golf courses and cemetaries were also significant customers
Mr Shimao pointed out that the Southern market was the most attractive to Kubota since
There were more marginal farms which needed medium horsepower units
Land costs are lower and people own larger acreages which need specialized machines for specific purposes
Grass grows in more abundance in this area and the Kubota units are especially applicable to this market for cutting machines
Mr Shimao pointed out that one Southern county alone purchased twelve 21 hp units for ground maintenance
Kubota sees continued growth in both the South and throughout the United States With 250 dealers by yearend 1970 the company is looking for an additional 150 to 200 in 1971
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President Richard Nixon officially dedicated a 500000 addition to the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography at Savannah Oct 8 and delivered his first major address on oceanography since the creation of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Oct 3
Declaring that the greatest resources are not on land but in the seas the President formally dedicated the Marine Resources extension Building although actual construction on the extension site will not begin until this week
The President accompanied by the First Lady Mrs Pat Nixon and Julie and David Eisenhower flew here aboard Air Force One en route to Florida just a few hours after signing the final executive orders transferring agencies to the new NOAA organization
The Marine Resources Extension Building which was dedicated by the President is the first unit of the Marine Resources Extension Program a part of the Ocean Science Center of the Atlantic OSCA
OSCA has a mandate from the Georgia General Assembly with instruc
tions to plan promote and develop an oceanographic complex on Skidaway Island near Savannah OSCA has received 680 acres of uplands by donation on the northern portion of the island for the location of the oceanographic complex
The Skidaway Institute of Oceanography constructed and operated by the University System of Georgia is part of this complex
We are talking about a frontier that is just being discovered in terms of its enormous possibilities That is the frontier of the seas around us the President said
I was surprised to findthat on the oceans bordering the United States already 20 billion worth of assets are being developed 2 billion a year of income being derived from the oceans bordering on the United States Mr Nixon said adding and we have only scratched the surface
A crowd of some 900 invited guests many of whom had waited on the island since early morning heard the President speak
Some of these oceanography ideas sound pretty far out the President said I find that this is perhaps
one of the most exciting new areas that we can possibly think about
Mr Nixon promised a twopronged program to deal with the potential of the oceans and seas One that will develop the resources of the waters around us for the future benefit and progress of mankind and one that will see to it that as we use the oceans we do not abuse the oceans
The President unveiled a plaque which is to be engraved in copper and placed at the cornerstone of the new Resources Extension Center Building
Present major research programs at the Institute are concerned with the culture of catfish and shrimp and pollution control
The 500000 Marine Resources Extension Center became a reality in June with the announcement of a 300000 grant for funding from the Coastal Plains Regional Commission The other 200000 is being financed by the State of Georgia
The center will act as a kind of clearing house for both the Skidaway Institute and the research facilities on nearby Sapelo Island located farther down the Georgia coast
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The Extension center according to Dr E L Cheatum of the University of Georgia will act in somewhat the same capacity as the universitys cooperative extension service works with the states agricultural experiment stations but in the area of marine resources
The Center when completed will house administration offices four training and two research laboratories and two conference rooms for formal lecture seminars and short courses Also included will be an instructional demonstration and exhibit area in which living and prepared exhibits will be arranged to implement the lectures and the short courses
The Center will serve as headquarters for the marine extension program activities along the Georgia coast The objectives of the centers activity will be to assemble select and interpret useable scientific and technological information and to make that knowledge available to the general public to assist in making knowledgeable judgements in the use of coastal resources according to Congressman G Elliott Hagan who represents the Savannah area and who was present
for the dedication
Georgia officials envision a network of extension agents operating out of the center along the Georgia coast much as the agricultural extension service now provides public assistance with food and crops
Just wait until we get into sea farming Dr Cheatum says
The Coastal Plains Regional Commission is a federalstate partnership seeking to induce economic growth in the 159 coastal plains counties in Georgia and North and South Carolina
In addition to the Marine Extension Center the Skidaway Island facility let a contract in June for a deep water dock on the Wilmington River with a 21foot channel only eight miles from the Atlantic Ocean
Use of this 450000 dock with sophisticated gear and equipment is envisioned by the US Navy Coast Guard Maritime Administration and by NOAA
Private industry engaged in oceanrelated activities is also seen as principal users of this deep water facility construction of which is to begin in November
Thomas H Suddath an official with
the newlyformed Coastal States Organization and also Executive Director of the Skidaway facility sees this decade as one holding great promise for the ocean sciences
It appears to me that this is the opening of the decade of ocean sciences and that in this challenge the Coastal States Organization is going to be centered on the coastal zone of the maritime states
The CSO is an organization of state governments interested in estuaries coastal and oceanic environments resources and problems
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1970
Army Corps of Engineers
Savannah
Harbor
Improvements
On October 201970 Colonel Howard L Strohecker Savannah District Engineer for the US Army Corps of Engineers assumed direction of the 18 million plan of improvements for the Savannah Harbor Col Strohecker succeeds Col John S Egbert who reports to Vietnam November 9th see story on page 14
In the Savannah Harbor 18 million plan of improvement are two projects authorized for construction by the River and Harbor Act of 1965 One calls for widening the harbors 30mile channel approximately 100 feet and deepening it four feet The project is estimated to cost 94 million Federal funds and 367000 nonfederal funds
Completed to date is the lower inner harbor channel extending from the Seaboard Coast Line Terminal to Cockspur Island and a turning basin at the Seaboard Coastline Terminal Postasnick Dredging Co of Fort Lauderdale Fla completed that portion of the project at a cost of 2494500
Work underway by the Hendry Dredging Co of Tampa Fla was
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also contracted July 2 1970 for 1914500 This covers the upper inner harbor channel and American Oil Company turning basin Work extends from above the Talmadge Memorial Highway Bridge to the vicinity of the Savannah Sugar Refinery
Remaining work includes dredging of bar and jetty channels by hopper dredge which will be accomplished by the Corps of Engineers equipment
The second project calls for constructing a twomile long channel on Back River 600 feet wide and 40 feet deep complete with a tide gate structure to trap sediment and keep the Front River channel adjacent to downtown Savannah which now shoals rapidly with full project dimensions almost 100 percent of the time Estimated Federal cost of 83 million with another 455000 nonFederal costs
The first contract was awarded in May of this year to the Standard Dredging Company of Long Island NY for 2649055 They are using an electric dredge on the job Scheduled for completion in November
1971 the contract calls for construction of sediment basin drainage canal and hydraulic fill at site of tide gate structure Work completed to date is the drainage canal The dredge is presently working on dikes around a new spoil area
Remaining work to be let includes a tide gate structure and fresh water control system which will supply fresh water to the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge
The Savannah Engineer District is also studying future harbor widening It will explore the feasibility of widening the channel between the upstream limit of the 500foot channel beginning atthe Seaboard Coast Line Terminal and extending to the Seaboard Coastline Railroad Bridge as well as determining the feasibility of constructing a turning basin between the railroad bridge and the Talmadge Bridge to accommodate ships docking at the GPAs Ocean Terminal
The proposed widening to 500 feet below the highway bridge would require removal of about 100 feet of docks wharves and other facilities
along the north shore of the channel including the Corps own Engineer Yard
A public hearing was held in June of this year Local interests pointed out the need for a 500foot channel to meet the needs of navigation that will be increased by containerization and increased size of vessels docking the GPAs Garden City Terminal The need for the other turning basin or enlargement of the bridge opening was emphasized by the hazardous conditions existing in the vicinity of the bridge due to the narrow opening and industrial smoke and steam in that area that are made more dangerous by atmospheric conditions that exist much of the time
Funds received to meet programmed schedule of workshould see the overall completion of the current 18 million plan of improvement by late 1973
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1970
A distinguished panel of transportation specialists gave their views on New Concepts In Shipping and then fielded all questions from the audience in a most lively session at the Fifth Annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference
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It was the consensus of the approximately 230 persons who attended the Fifth Annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference that it was the best ever
James W Mclntire Director of the Savannah Field Office US Department of Commerce opened the program with the introduction of W Kirk Sutlive Vice Chairman of the Savannah Regional Export Expansion Council moderator who in turn introduced the ten panel members for a discussion on New Concepts in Shipping Members of the panel D S Chakas Vice President Associated Container Transportation USA Hugo J DeBonis Export Traffic Manager Allis Chalmers International Division A Howard Driver Jr Manager GeorgiaPacific International Corporation Erik F Johnsen President Central Gulf Steamship Corporation J W Plant Asst Vice President Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Co E A Tazewell III Manager Marine Transportation Union Camp Corporation Carl S Travers Executive Vice President Customs Brokers and Forwarders As
sociation of American Inc John A Vaill Manager Cargo Commercial Sales Pan American World Airways Incorporated Fred Whelan Western Regional Manager Georgia Ports Authority and H D Winship Jr Georgia Highway Express gave excellent presentations and most informative answers to all questions from the audience at the conclusion of the first business session
The luncheon speaker was James E Green Vice President in Charge of the International Department of the Citizens Southern National Bank After a tour of the Savannah Harbor the dinner meeting was addressed by Steven Lazarus Director Office of Policy Plans US Maritime Administration who spoke on the Potential Impact of the Presidents New Maritime Program
The breakfast meeting the following day heard an interesting talk by Lt Gen Louis W Truman Executive Director Georgia Department of Industry and Trade on Georgias 196970 Industrial Tours Development
Following General Trumans presentation J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority gave an interesting and informative talk titled Patterns For Progress covering the amazing growth of Savannahs modern port facilities Comments during and after the Conference by attendees indicated that this Conference was the most successful held to date
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1970
A 14500000 SNAPSHOT
Although photogenic properties werent considered in our engineering plans youll have to admit our 5 million Container Central and 95 million Dry Bulk Handling Terminal do make a pretty picture Technical data 4x5 Speed Graphic Tri X film at 11000 sec f11 You too can make prize winning photographs All you need is a good camera and 14500000
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HollandAmericas modern G ships handle all kinds of Gulf cargowith two derricks that together can lift 140 tons refrigerated chambers maintaining temperatures as low as 5 degrees F and spacious deck space for large and oddshaped cargo
For fast and frequent service to Le Havre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg contact
HollandAmerica Line
Agents Hohenstein Shipping Company Savannah and Atlanta
Colonel John Egbert Reassigned Colonel Howard Strohecker Named New Savannah District Engineer
Colonel John S Egbert Savannah District Engineer for the US Army Corps of Engineers has been reassigned to head up an engineer group in Vietnam Prior to assuming his Savannah command in October 1968 he was assigned in Washington DC in the office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Installations and Logistics with responsibility for Southeast Aisa construction
A native of South Dakota he is a 1948 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point He holds a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology He is a registered professional engineer in the State of New York
Colonel Egberts successor is Colonel Howard L Strohecker formerly commanding officer of the 160th Engineer Group at Fort
Bragg NC Colonel Strohecker has served in six campaigns in Korea and two in Vietnam A 1949 graduate of West Point he holds a North Dakota Professional Engineering License He has a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering from California Institute of Technology and has served a duty tour in the former Garrison District of the Missouri River Division
Savannah District carries both a civil works and military construction mission Military work encompasses the States of Georgia South Carolina and North Carolina Civil works are primarily confined to water resources in the Savannah River Basin in Eastern Georgiaand South Carolina with technical support given to the Wilmington NC and Charleston SC Engineer Districts
Congressman G Elliott Hagan Attends USS Savannah Launching
Washington Congressman G Elliott Hagan has received a memento of the launching of the USS Savannah which he attended in April of this year The memento is a suitably inscribed piece of the keel block on which the Navy Replenishment Oiler Savannah rested during construction at Quincy Massa
chusetts and was presented to Hagan by Rear Admiral N Sonenshein commander of the Naval Ship Systems Command Making the presentation for Admiral Sonenshein are Miss Lou Williams left a former Savannahian and Don Hassett of the Naval Ship Systems Command
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Horst Winter Appointed Assistant European Director
J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority has announced the appointment of Horst F Winter as Assistant European Director GPA BonnBad Godesberg West Germany
Mr Winter born in Germany is a US citizen and has worked and lived in the United States with his wife and two children for the past 14 years Educated in Germany he has a BA in Economics and Business Administration
Winter has been associated for the past 8 years with Ferrostaal Overseas Corporation as Traffic Manager in New York He has working knowledge of most US ports and ports in North Continental Europe including inland transportation in both Europe and the USA Mr Winter is bilingual in English and German and in addition has a fair knowledge of French and Russian
Mr Winter will assist the Authoritys European Director Mr L W Magrath in furthering traffic trade and industrial development for the Georgia Ports Authority with exporters and the shipping industry in Europe
Holt Receives Community Service Award
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J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority photographed speaking at a recent Foreign Trade Banquet has been selected as one of four recipients this year of top community awards presented by the Outstanding Citizens Award Committee composed of presidents of 16 leading civic clubs
The awards were presented October 7th at the annual meeting of the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce
Mr Holt was selected for the William Washington Gordon Award for outstanding contributions to the business commercial and industrial progress of the community
Fiscal Year 1970 Best Year For MTMTS
The commander of the Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service MTMTS in his Progress Report for Fiscal Year 1970 to the Assistant Secretary of Defense lL indicated that MTMTS actions in FY 70 increased traffic management savings over previous years
Major General Clarence J Lang USA Commander stated that MTMTS saved the military shippers 484 million in return for an operating cost of 193 million a 25 to 1 efficiency ratio
MTMTS a major command of the US Army is the operating agent of the Secretary of the Army charged with the responsibility of managing military traffic land transportation and commonuser ocean terminals for the purpose of effecting economies and improving service in the total Defense transportation effort
In a breakdown of savings accomplished during FY 70 the report showed that
MTMTSdirect negotiations with the commercial carrier industry for lower freight rates passenger fares and adjustment in classifica
tions resulted in 20 million cost avoidances for FY 70 as compared to 101 million in FY 69
As a traffic manager MTMTS avoided an additional 284 million in transportation charges during FY 70 This involved MTMTS ability to evaluate such alternatives as modes of transport rates tenders privileges and through service to select the best service with minimal cost
MTMTS also exceeded its command cost reduction program goal by 27 percent This cost reduction amounted to almost 2 million and involved a small shipment consolidation program a construction project cancellation a reduction in pallet costs and other management improvements
Referring to the savings General Lang pointed out that increases in overall transportation costs and a decline in the movement of freight and passengers coupled with reduced Defense transportation funds intensified the search for new and better ways of managing the transportation dollar
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SHIP AGENTS AND STEVEDORES
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HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2342621 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SMITH KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2088 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1468 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 9667 31402 Tel 2346671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street P O Box 9833 31402 Tel 2322129 TEXAS TRANSPORT TERMINAL CO INC Savannah Bank Building P O Box 8127 31402 Tel 2337921
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date

AFRICA
Tanga Zanzibar Dar es Salaam Mormaclynx MooreMcCormackRobin Strachan Nov 19
SOUTH AFRICA Walvis Bay Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira Tamatave Mombasa
MormacallairMooreMcCormackRobin Strachan Oct 15
African Mercury Farrell j Southeastern Maritime CoOct 17
African Sun Farrell Southeastern Maritime Co Oct 29
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensOct 29
A VesselSouth African Marine Smith KellyOct 30
MormacargoMooreMcCormackRobin StrachanNov 3
WeltevredenSouth African MarineSmith KellyNov 8
African DawnFarrell Southeastern Maritime CoNov 10
Hellenic CharmHellenic StevensNov 13
MormaclynxMooreMcCormackRobin StrachanNov 19
African CometFarrell Southeastern Maritime CoNov 26
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
Cotonue WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
Dakar WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
Douala WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
Freetown WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster i StrachanOct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster J Strachan Nov 4
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1970
o box 128 Savannah Ga 31402
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Libreville WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
Lome WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
Deido Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE Dempster Strachan Oct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
Port Gentil WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
Pointe Noire WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
Deido Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
Tema WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanOct 25
DeidoChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanNov 4
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS
JasonsHlRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 24
Memnon Royal Netherlands StrachanOct 30
TheronRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 6
Medon Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 13
Curacao NETHERLANDS
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 23
MemnonRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 30
Medon Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 13
Grenada TRINIDAD Windward Islands
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 23
Kingston JAMAICA
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 23
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
CharisRoyal Netherlands StrachanOct 23
Memnon Royal Netherlands StrachanOct 30
Medon Royal Netherlands 1 StrachanNov 13
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
HordaTorm Southern ShippingOct 31
Alice TormTorm Southern ShippingNov 19
Ashdod ISRAEL
DahliaZim Southern ShippingNov 3
QeshetZim Southern ShippingNov 9
TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
Ship
Steamship line
Agency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Barcelona SPAIN
Horda
Alice Torni
Torni Southern ShippingOct 31
Torni Southern ShippingNov 19
Naples ITALY
Monreale
Kastav
MonfioreI
Creole
Jugolinija Creole
TTT Co IncOcl 24
Smith KellyOct 29
TTT Co IncNov 5
Beirut LEBANON
TurkiaHellenic
Horda1Torn
Hellenic SailorHellenic
Alice Torm Torm
StevensOcl 26
Southern ShippingOct 31
StevensNov 12
Southern ShippingNov 19
Piraeus GREECE
TurkiaHellenic
Hellenic SailorHellenic
StevensOct 26
StevensNov 12
Constanza RUMANIA
TrkinHellenic
StevensOcl 26
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
KastavJugolinija Smith KellyOct 29
Genoa ITALY
MonrealeCreole
KastavJugolinija
Francesco MorosiniSidarma
MoniioreCreole
TTT Co IncOct 24
Smith KellyOct 29
Southeastern Maritime CoOct 31
TTT Co IncNov 5
Salonika GREECE
TurkiaHellenic StevensOct 26
Hellenic SailorHellenic StevensNov 12
Savona ITALY
Francesco Morosini
Sidarma Southeastern Maritime CoOct 31
Haifa ISRAEL
Dahlia
Qeshet
Zim Southern Shipping Nov 3
Zim Southern ShippingNov 9
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
HordaTorm Southern Shipping
Alice TormZim Southern Shipping
Ocl 31 Nov 19
Leghorn ITALY
MonrealeCreole
Francesco MorosiniSidarma
Monfiore Creole
TTT Co IncOct 24
Southeastern Maritime CoOct 31
TTT Co IncNov 5
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
HordaTorm Southern ShippingOct 31
Alice TormTorm Southern ShippingNov 19
Trieste ITALY
MonrealeCreole I TTT Co IncOct 24
MoniioreCreole TTT Co IncNov 5
Tripoli LIBYA
TurkiaHellenic StevensOct26
Hellenic SailorHellenic StevensNov 12
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Horda Torm
Alice TormTorm
Southern Shipping Southern Shipping
Oct 31 Nov 19
Venice ITALY
Monreale
Kastav
Moniiore
Creole TTT Co IncOct 24
Jugolinija Smith KellyOct 29
Creole TTT Co IncNov 5
Lisbon PORTUGAL
HordaTorm
Alice Torm Torm
Southern Shipping Southern Shipping
Oct 31 Nov 19
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
GaaslerdykHolland America HohensteinOct 15
Marseilles FRANCE
Francesco MorosiniSidarma
Southeastern Maritime CoOct 31
Woliersum
Diogenes
Grotedyk
Independent Gull Smith KellyOcl 30
Holland America HohensteinNov 4
Holland America HohensteinNov 8
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY WEEK to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Puerto Cabello Trinidad
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Port au Prince Kingston Maracaibo Georgetown Paramaribo
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis
and Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore Norfolk RAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh LAVINO SHIPPING CO
Detroit Cleveland INTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES
SHIPPING CO
V Royal ftetherlamk Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
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2 Whitaker Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship Steamship LineAgency Sailing Date
LoppersumIndependent Gulf Smith KellyNov 25
Antwerp BELGIUM
GaasierdykHolland America HohensteinOct 15
Olga h P 1PaeanStitmei Southeastern MaritimeOct 18
StureholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanOct 24
WoltersumIndependent Gulf Smith KellyOct 30
DiogenesHolland America Hohenstein Nov 4
GroledykHolland America HohensteinNov 8
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 8
WestfalenOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeNov 8
WrttembergOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeNov 22
LoppersumIndependent Gulf Smith 8c KellyNov 25
Bordeaux FRANCE
CarbetFrench StrachanOct 25
Bremen GERMANY
GaasierdykHolland America Hohenstein Oct 15
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeOct 18
StureholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanOct 24
CarbetFrench StrachanOct 25
WoltersumIndependent Gulf Smith KellyOct 30
DiogenesHolland America HohensteinNov 4
GroledykHolland America Hohenstein Nov 8
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 8
WestfalenOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime Nov 8
WrttembergOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeNov 22
LoppersumIndependent Gulf Smith KellyNov 25
Hamburg GERMANY
GaasierdykHolland America HohensteinOct 15
Stureholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanOct 24
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeOct 18
WoltersumIndependent Gulf Smith KellyOct 30
Diogenes Holland America iS HohensteinNov 4
GroledykHolland America HohensteiniNov 8
Sparreholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Nov 8
WestfalenOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeNov 8
Wrttemberg1OzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeNov 22
LoppersumIndependent Gulf Smith KellyNov 25
Le Havre FRANCE
Stureholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanOct 24
CarbetFrench Sirachan Oct 25
DiogenesHolland America Hohenstein Nov 4
GroiedykHolland America HohensteinNov 8
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanNov 8
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
GaasierdykHolland America HohensteinOct 15
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime Oct 18
StureholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanOct 24
CarbetFrench StrachanOct 25
WoltersumIndependent Gulf Smith 8c KellyOct 30
DiogenesHolland America Hohenstein Nov 4
GroledykHolland America HohensteinNov 8
SparreholmWilhelmsen6wed Atlantic StrachanNov 8
WestfalenOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeNov 8
WrttembergOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeNov 22
LoppersumIndependent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly Nov 25
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
African Meteor Farrell Southeastern MaritimeOct 15
AntrimifflAm 8c Australian Smith 8c KellyOct 20
Timaru StarBlue Star Southern ShippingOct 21
Cap MelvilleColumbus Southern ShippingOct 26
Austral PatriotFarrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 8
Port AlbanyPort Line StrachanNov 17
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 24
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
NottinghamAm 8c Australian Smith 8c KellyNov 16
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern MaritimeOct 15
AntrimAm 8c Australian Smith 8c KellyOct 20
Timaru StarBlue Star Southern Shipping Oct 21
Cap MelvilleColumbus Southern Shipping Oct 26
Rio AmazonasMaritime Fruit Carriers HohensteinNov 6
Austral PatriotFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 8
Port AlbanyPort Line StrachanNov 17
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 24
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern ShippingOct 20
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern ShippingNov 8
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine Southern ShippingNov 14
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern ShippingNov 25
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern Shipping Oct 20
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern ShippingNov 8
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Ship Agents and Stevedores
P O Box 8127 Tele 9122337921 Savannah Ga TWX 8107845611 31402 Cable TERMINAL
I In the Port of SAVANNAH we represent
CREOLE LINE tofrom Italy
J i Ebberwein CUNARDBROCKLEBANK from India Pakistan Ceylon and Africa
If DJAKARTA LLOYD tofrom Indonesia Singapore and Red Sea
FOREIGN YAMASHITASHINNIHON tofrom Japan
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Ship
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine L Southern ShippingNov 14
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern ShippingNov 25
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
NottinghamAm Australian Smith KellyNov 16
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern Shipping Oct 20
Portugal Maru K Stevens Oct 25
Export Buyer Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 1
Montana Maru K Stevens Nov 3
Philippines United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 8
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 14
Export Bay Am Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan Nov 16
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 25
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern Shipping Oct 20
Philippines United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 8
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 14
Phil Pres Osmena M United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 25
Inchon KOREA
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandtsen SlrachanNov 1
Export Bay Am Export Isbrandtsen SlrachanNov 16
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandtsen SlrachanNov 1
Hai HsinChina Merchants Southern ShippingNov 7
Export BayAm Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan Nov 16
Keelung FORMOSA
Portugal MaruK StevensOct 25
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandtsen Slrachan Nov 1
Montana Maru K StevensNov 3
Hai HsinChina Merchants Southern ShippingNov 7
Export BayAm Export Isbrandtsen Slrachan Nov 16
Kobe JAPAN
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern Shipping Oct 20
Portugal Maru K Stevens Oct 25
San Francisco Maru Mitsui O S K Strachan Oct 31
Export Buyer Nov 1
Montana Maru K I Stevens Nov 3
Yamawaka Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Nov 3
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern Shipping Nov 7
Fushimi Maru N Y K Slrachan Nov 7
Philippines United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 8
Shigaharu Mara Y amashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Nov 13
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 14
Export Bay Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 16
Saitama Mara N Y K Strachan Nov 21
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 25
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
Nottingham Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 16
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern Shipping Oct 20
Philippines United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 8
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 14
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Shipping Nov 25
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
African Meteor Farrell Southeastern Maritime Oct 15
Antrim Am Australian Hr Kollv 0
Timaru Star Blue Star Southern Shipping Oct 21
Cap Melville Columbus Southern Shipping Oct 26
Rio Amazonas Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohensiein Nov 6
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 8
Port Albany Sirachan Nov 17
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 24
Nagoya JAPAN
Portugal Maru K Stevens 75
San Francisco Mara Mitsui O S K Slrachan Oct 31
Montana Maru K Stevens Nov 3
Yamawaka Maru N Y K Sirachan Nov 3
Fushimi Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Nov 7
Shigaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Nov 13
Saitama Maru N Y K Sirachan Nov 21
Napier NEW ZEALAND
Nottingham Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 16
Osaka JAPAN
Portugal MaruK 3M StevensOct 25
San Francisco MaruMitsui O S K SlrachanOct 31
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandtsen Slrachan Nov 1
Montana MaruK 5 Stevens Nov 3
Yamawaka MaruYamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co IncNov 3
Fushimi MaruN Y K SlrachanNov 7
Shigaharu MaruYamashitaShinnihon TTT Co IncNov 13
Export BayAm Export Isbrandtsen SlrachanNov 16
Saitama MaruN Y K Slrachan Nov 21
Penang MALAYA
SudanBlue Sea SlrachanNov 15
Pusan KOREA
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandtsen SlrachanNov 1
Export BayAm Export Isbrandtsen SlrachanNov 16
Sydney AUSTRALIA
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern Maritime Oct 15
AntrimAm Australian Smith Kelly Oct 20
Cap MelvilleColumbus Southern ShippingOct 26
Rio Amazonas Maritime Fruit Carriers HohensieinNov 6
Austral PatriotFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 8
Port AlbanyPort Line SlrachanNov 17
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 24
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
NottinghamAm Australian Smith KellyNov 16
Yokohama JAPAN
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern ShippingOct 20
Portugal MaruK StevensOct 25
San Francisco MaruMitsui O S K Slrachan Oct 31
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandtsen SlrachanNov 1
Montana MaruK StevensNov 3
Yamawaka Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co IncNov 3
Hai HsinChina Merchants Southern ShippingNov 7
Fushimi MaruN Y K SlrachanNov 7
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern ShippingNov 8
Shigaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co IncNov 13
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern ShippingNov 14
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ocean Terminal Building Phone AOams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship
Sleamihip Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Export BayAm Export Isbrandisen Sirachan Nov 16
Saitama MaruN Y K SirachanNov 21
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern ShippingNov 25
PERSIAN GULF
Basrah IRAQ
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensOct 26
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensOct 26
Khorramshahr IRAN
Hellenic PioneerHellenic 1 StevensOct 26
Kuwait KUWAIT
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensOct 26
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aqaba JORDAN
Hellenic SpiritHellenic w StevensOct 29
Hellenic CharmHellenic StevensNov 13
Berbera SOMALI REPUBLIC
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensOct 26
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic SpiritHellenic Stevens Oct 29
Hellenic CharmHellenic Stevens Nov 13
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensOct 29
Hellenic CharmHellenic StevensNov 13
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensOct 29
Hellenic CharmHellenic StevensNov 13
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
Slureholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanOct 24
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 8
Gothenburg SWEDEN
SlureholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanOct 24
Sparreholm ZWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 8
Helsinki FINLAND
Slureholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanOct 24
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 8
Malmo SWEDEN
Stureholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Oct 24
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 8
Ship Steamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Sparreholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Nov 8

Oslo NORWAY Slureholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Oct 24
Sparreholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Nov 8

Stockholm SWEDEN
StureholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanOct 24
Sparreholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 8
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Belem BRAZIL
Pedro TeixeiraNelumar Southeastern MaritimeOct 19
WenduyneLloyd Brasileiro StevensOct 27
DalilaNelumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 8
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Buenos AiresIvaran
Sao PauloIvaran
SvensksundNorton
MormaccapeMooreMcCormack
Rio De JaneiroIvaran
Fortaleza
DalilaNelumar Southeastern MaritimeNov 8

Montevideo URUGUAY
Buenos Aires Ivaran Southern Shipping Oct 25
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern Shipping Oct 30
Mormaccape MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov il
Rio De Janeiro Ivaran Southern Shipping Nov 14
Paranagua BRAZIL
Pedro Teixeira Netumar Southeastern Maritime Oct 19
Mormacglen MooreMcCormack Sirachan Oct 22
Waldemar Pinheiro Netumar Southeastern Maritime Oct 25
Mosqueiro Netumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 1
Dalila Nelumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 8
Mormaccape MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 11
Amazonia Netumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 15

Porto Alegre BRAZIL
Pedro Teixeira Nelumar Southeastern Maritime Oct 19
Wenduyne Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens Oct 27
Dalila Nelumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 8
Svensksund Norton Smith Kelly Nov 8
Porto Alegre via Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Mormacglen MooreMcCormack Sirachan Oct 22
Recife BRAZIL
MormacglenMooreMcCormack SirachanOct 22
DalilaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeNov 8
Southern ShippingOct 25
Southern ShippingOct 30
Smith KellyNov 8
SirachanNov 11
Southern ShippingNov 14
Norrkoping SWEDEN Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Slureholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanOct 24 Pedro Teixeira Netumar Southeastern Maritime Oct 19
SOUTHEASTERN
STEAMSHIP AGENTS
MARITIME CO
STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
AGENTS FOR
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201
SERVING
Canaveral Florida Fernandina Florida Jacksonville Florida Brunswick Georgia Savannah Georgia
Port Royal South Carolina Charleston South Carolina Georgetown South Carolina Wilmington North Carolina Morehead City North Carolina
Alcoa Steamship Co
Brodin Lines Farrell Lines Insco Lines
Maritime Co of the Philippines Motorships Inc OzeanStinnes Line Saguenay Shipping Ltd Sidarma Line Wallenius Line West Coast Lines
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Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Mormacglen
Buenos Aires
Waldemar Pinheiro
MooreMcCormack
Ivaran
Neiumar
Southern Southeastern
Sirachan
Shipping
Maritime
Oct 22 Oct 25 Oct 25
Wenduyne Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens Oci 27 30 1 8 8 11 14 15
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern Shipping Oct
Mosqueiro Dalila Neiumar Neiumar Southeastern Southeastern Smith Maritime Maritime Nov Nov
Svensksund Norton Kellv Nov
Mormaccape Rio de Janeiro MooreMcCormack Ivaran Sirachan Southern Shinn inn Nov Nov
Amazonia Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Nov
Rio Grande
Pedro Teixeira Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Oci
Dalila Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 8

Rio Grande do Sul BRAZIL
Mormacglen Strarhan Oci 22

Salvador BRAZIL
MormacglenMooreMcCormack Sirachan
Dalila Neiumar Southeastern Maritime
Oct 22 Nov 8
Santos BRAZIL
Pedro Teixeira
Mormacglen
Buenos Aires
Waldemar Pinheiro
Wenduyne
Mosqueiro
Dalila
Svensksund
Mormaccape
Rio De Janeiro
Amazonia
Vitoria BRAZIL
Mormacglen
Dalila
Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Oct 19
MooreMcCormack Sirachan Oct 22
Ivaran Southern Shipping Od 5
Neiumar MM Southeastern Maritime Oct 25
Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens Oci 7
Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Nov i
Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 8
Norton Nov ft
MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 11
Ivaran Nqv 14
Neiumar Southeastern Marifift Nov 15

MooreMcCormack Sirachan Oci 22
Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 8
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
JasonRoyal Netherlands
TheronRoyal Netherlands
Sirachan
Sirachan
Oct 24 Nov 6
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad De MaracaiboVenezuelan
CharisRoyal Netherlands
Memnon Royal Netherlands
MedonRoyal Netherlands
Smith KellyOct 22
SirachanOct 23
SirachanOct 30
SirachanNov 13
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
JasonRoyal Netherlands SirachanOct 24
TheronRoyal Netherlands SirachanNov 6
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad De MaracaiboVenezuelan Smith KellyOct 22
Paramaribo SURINAM
JasonRoyal Netherlands SirachanOct 24
TheronRoyal Netherlands SirachanNov 6
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Ciudad De MaracaiboVenezuelan
Charis Royal Netherlands
MemnonRoyal Netherlands
Medon Royal Netherlands
Smith Kelly Oct 22
SirachanOct 23
SirachanOct 30
SirachanNov 13
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
Jason Royal Netherlands U SirachanOct 24
TheronRoyal Netherlands Sirachan Nov 6
SOUTH ASIA
StevensOct 26
Bahram INDIA
Hellenic PioneerHellenic
Bombay INDIA
Steel MakerIsthmian Lines SirachanOct 20
Jaljawahar Scindia Smith Kelly Oct 30
Vijhva Vikram S C I Smith Kelly Nov 8
eCUt0r Am Export Isbrandtsen SirachanNov 11
e w9 Scindia Jgi Smith Kelly Nov 15
Steel Maker Isthmian Lines Sirachan Oct 20
Calcutta INDIA
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensOct 26
Jaljawahar Scindia Smith KellyOct 30
Vishva Vikram S C I Smith Kelly Nov 8
executorAm Export Isbrandtsen SirachanNov 11
Jalja waharScindia1L Smith KellyNov 15
Chalna PAKISTAN
Executor Am Export Isbrandtsen SirachanNov 11
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic StevensOct 26
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen SirachanNov 11
Djakarta INDONESIA
LondonerBlue Sea
MemnonBlue Sea
SudanBlue Sea
SirachanOct 24
SirachanOct 29
SirachanNov 15
Karachi PAKISTAN
Steel MakerIsthmian Lines Sirachan Oct 20
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic StevensOct 26
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan Nov 11
Madras INDIA
Steel MakerIsthmian Lines SirachanOct 20
Jaljawahar Scindia Smith KellyOct 30
Vishva Vikram S C I Smith Kelly Nov 8
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen SirachanNov 11
Jaladurga Scindia SB Smith KellyNov 15
Penang MALAYA
LondonerBlue Sea SirachanOct 24
MemnonBlue Sea SirachanOct 29
Port Swettenham MALAYA
LondonerBlue Sea
MemnonBlue Sea
SudanBlue Sea
SirachanOct 24
SirachanOct 29
SirachanNov 15
Singapore SINGAPORE
Londoner Blue Sea SirachanOct 24
MemnonBlue Sea Sirachan Oci 29
SudanBlue Sea SirachanNov 15
SERVING SINCE 1870
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STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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Directory of Port Services
STEAMSHIP AGENTS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA ATLANTIC AGENCIES INC
Savannah Ga912 2337123
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
Savannah Ga912 2338104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2347267
OCEANIC SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2363430
SAVAGEHARRINGTON INC
Savannah Ga912 2365596
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
Savannah Ga912 2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
Brunswick Ga912 2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2346671
Brunswick Ga 912 2654919
TEXAS TRANSPORT TERMINAL CO INC Savannah Ga912 2337921
STEVEDORES SERVING THE PORTS OF
BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA ASSOCIATED STEVEDORES
Savannah Ga912 9644913
HARRINGTON CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2365596
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2342621
SMITH 8c KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
Savannah Ga912 2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
Brunswick Ga912 2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING 8c TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2346671
Brunswick Ga912 2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2339343
W G CARROLL 8c CO INC
Savannah Ga 912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2368645
CRAIG 8c COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Savannah Ga912 2326184
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga9122320211
Atlanta Ga 404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2350206
SMITH 8c KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING 8c TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga 912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
C M THOMPSON JR
Savannah Ga 912 2324338
GEORGE W WISE JR
Savannah Ga912 2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
W G CARROLL 8c CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
CRAIG 8c COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga 912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
OLDSTEIN CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS
Atlanta Ga404 8747809
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga9122347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga 912 2350206
DONALD R WINTER
Atlanta Ga404 7615974
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL C G WILLIS INC
Paulsboro N J609 4234500
BARGE SERVICE INLAND MERRY BROTHERS
Augusta Ga404 7226831
C G WILLIS INC
Paulsboro N J609 4234500
MOTOR CARRIERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA AKERS MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2348846
Brunswick Ga912 2656948
ALBANY TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2335617
ATLANTIC TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645643
BENTON TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2335617
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP
Savannah Ga912 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321600
C P D TRANSIT INC
Savannah Ga9122324106
COASTAL TRANSPORT TRADING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2345183
COWART TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2345618
CRESCENT MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2324106
DURRENCE TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO
Savannah Ga912 2345309
FIVE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2320147
Brunswick Ga912 2653240
FULLER TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 9645643
GATEWAY TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2365734
Brunswick Ga912 2652233
GEORGIA HIGHWAY EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 2334543
Brunswick Ga 912 2643933
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2328124
Brunswick Ga912 2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 2342681
HOWARD HALL COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640784
J M Transport Co
Savannah Ga912 9645128
JOHNSON BRUCE TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2342715
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 9641707
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT
Savannah Ga912 2335745
M M TANK LINES
Savannah Ga912 9644341
Brunswick Ga912 2643394
McLEAN TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2333063
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645581
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
Savannah Ga912 9640262
912 to 9613
912 234 8823
912 964 0245
912 265 2030
912 236 8291
912 234 2568
912 232 7285
912 265 2233
r INC
912 964 5653
912 964 1411
OLD DOMINION FREIGHT LINE
Savannah Ga912 2360337
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS INC
Savannah Ga
PLOOF TRANSFER COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga
Brunswick Ga
R C MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga
Brunswick Ga
TERMINAL TRANSPORT COMPANY
Savannah Ga
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga
WATKINS CAROLINA EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645128
WEDSONS TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 2332189
WOOTEN TRANSFER CO INC
Savannah Ga 912 9644347
YOUNGBLOOD TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2341583
RAILROADS SERVING THE PORTS SAVANNAH
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY CO912 2322203
SAVANNAH 8c ATLANTA RY CO 912 2322203
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO912 2339203
BRUNSWICK
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO912 2652966
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO912 2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
Savannah Ga912 9641811
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES CITIZENS 8c SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK
Savannah Ga912 2345105
LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK 8c TRUST CO
Savannah Ga912 2334111
SAVANNAH BANK 8c TRUST CO
Savannah Ga912 2343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse Savannah 1 East Bay Street Telephone 912 2324321 DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marion Fairclolh BakerKxt 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection and Control
Charles P SimonExt 264
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification and Value
Gilkxert DonaldsonExt 265
CUSTOMS PORT DIRECTOR BRUNSWICK Robert Peacock 912 2651955
CUSTOMS PORT DIRECTOR ATLANTA N H Medford Jr404 5265956
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24 Hour Answering Service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE INSPECTOR IN CHARGE J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Savannah Field Office
DIRECTOR
James W Mclntire2324321 Ext 204
AUXILIARY SERVICES INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director Charles Nelson25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL Jack M Sayler2342266
DENMARK Oscar M Hansen2322141
FiNLAND A G Van Schaick2346646
FRANCE Edwin J Middleton 8971969
GERMANY F A O Bahre ITALY Joseph M Cafiero
NETHERLANDS A G VJ
NORWAY Peter Norbofer2346671
SWEDEN Peter Norboe2346671
VENEZUELA Sr Jorgf Mar
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flusaick 23468
CT2346671
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