Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 11, Numbers 1-4, 1971 January/February-1971 November/December

Collection:
Georgia Government Publications
Title:
Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 11, Numbers 1-4, 1971 January/February-1971 November/December
Creator:
Georgia. Ports Authority
Publisher:
Savannah, Ga. : Georgia. Ports Authority
Date of Original:
1971-01/1971-11
Subject:
Georgia Ports Authority--Periodicals
Harbors--Georgia--Periodicals
Shipping--Georgia--Periodicals
Georgia Ports Authority
Harbors
Shipping
Georgia
Periodicals
Location:
United States, Georgia, 32.75042, -83.50018
Type:
Text
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application/pdf
Description:
This quarterly publication contains information on the Georgia Ports Authority.
Local Identifier:
GA P900 .P1 A5 v. 11
Metadata URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/id:dlg_ggpd_y-ga-bp900-b-pp1-ba5-bv-p-b11
Digital Object URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/do:dlg_ggpd_y-ga-bp900-b-pp1-ba5-bv-p-b11
Language:
eng
Extent:
108 pages
Holding Institution:
University of Georgia. Map and Government Information Library
Rights:
Rights Statement information

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CONTAINER SERVICE TO EUROPE
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Claude Newman Atlanta Georgia
Walter Hauser New York New York
Fred Whelan Chicago Illinois
Laurence Magrath Bonn W Germany
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Direct Container Service To Europe 4
AllisChalmers 6
J Southern Natural Gas Co 8
National Foreign Trade 10
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Port News 14
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Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
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
Frank S Cheatham 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
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
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority
PO Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402
Telephone 9129641721
Advertising rates furnished on request
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The reason being that we are puting into operation in 1971 four new Tultimillion dollar facilitiesall coneived and designed to increase the low of traffic through the ports and i so doing improve the economy of he area and the entire State of Georjia by creating more jobs tax revenues etcetera
The first of these new facilities is a five million dollar container terminal to be put into operation within the next few months and before the year is over we would expect that several of the major steamship lines
will be using the facility thereby providing worldwide container service
The second of the new terminals is a nine million dollar bulk materials handling facility for use in handling such commodities as Georgia clay fertilizers slags and ores of various types This highly automated facility will be in operation by midyear
The third facility to be built by the Georgia Ports Authority during 1971 will be one to handle LASH vessels
This newest concept in shipping is that of loading relatively small barges 78 in number with a carrying capacity of 3400 tons aboard a socalled mother ship for ocean transport The barges will move northward as far as Wilmington N C and southward as far as Miami
In Brunswick the Authority is completing the construction of a four and onehalf million dollar railroad connecting substantial deepwater acreage on Colonels Island with the main lines of the Seaboard Coastline Railroad and the Southern Railway System and several industries have indicated an interest in locating there
So it would appear that with 19V2 million dollars worth of facilities due for completion in 1971 supplementing those already in operation the Georgia Ports Authority is geared to make a further contribution to the economic wellbeing of the coastal areas and the entire State of Georgia in terms of jobs being created as more Georgia industries become increasingly involved in world trade and commerce
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JANUARYFEBRUARY 1971 VOLUME 11 NUMBER 1
JIM BISSON Editor
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
Direct Container Service To Europe 4
AllisChalmers 6
Southern Natural Gas Co 8
National Foreign Trade 10
New Reta Service 13
Port News 14
Sailing Schedule 17
Port Directory 23
The first regularly scheduled container service having direct sailings from the South Atlantic to Europe has been initiated by the Swedish AtlanticWilhelmsen Line via SavannahSee page 4 for details
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALSAUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
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
Frank S Cheatham 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
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
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority
PO Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402
Telephone 91 29641721
Advertising rates furnished on request
The Executives CornerD HOLT
We expect the year of 1971 to be a good year in that we expect to move forward in terms of accelerated growth to a greater degree than at any time in the history of the Georgia Ports Authority
The reason being that we are putting into operation in 1971 four new multimillion dollar facilitiesall conceived and designed to increase the flow of traffic through the ports and in so doing improve the economy of the area and the entire State of Georgia by creating more jobs tax revenues etcetera
The first of these new facilities is a five million dollar container terminal to be put into operation within the next few months and before the year is over we would expect that several of the major steamship lines
will be using the facility thereby providing worldwide container service
The second of the new terminals is a nine million dollar bulk materials handling facility for use in handling such commodities as Georgia clay fertilizers slags and ores of various types This highly automated facility will be in operation by midyear
The third facility to be built by the Georgia Ports Authority during 1971 will be one to handle LASH vessels
This newest concept in shipping is that of loading relatively small barges 78 in number with a carrying capacity of 3400 tons aboard a socalled mother ship for ocean transport The barges will move northward as far as Wilmington N C and southward as far as Miami
In Brunswick the Authority is completing the construction of a four and onehalf million dollar railroad connecting substantial deepwater acreage on Colonels Island with the main lines of the Seaboard Coastline Railroad and the Southern Railway System and several industries have indicated an interest in locating there
So it would appear that with 19V2 million dollars worth of facilities due for completion in 1971 supplementing those already in operation the Georgia Ports Authority is geared to make a further contribution to the economic wellbeing of the coastal areas and the entire State of Georgia in terms of jobs being created as more Georgia industries become increasingly involved in world trade and commerce
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The Port of Savannah has been selected for the first regularly scheduled container service having direct sailings from the South Atlantic to Europe
Swedish AtlanticWilhelmsen Line a Joint Service operation of Swedish Atlantic Line Gothenburg and Wilh Wilhelmsen Oslo will commence fortnightly sailing in January from Savannah directly to the Continent and Scandinavia Both containerized including reefer and breakbulk cargo will be carried to LeHavre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg also to Oslo Gothenburg
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Copenhagen and other Scandinavian destinations
Savannah will be the only South Atlantic port of loading Westbound sailings will be from Scandinavian ports Liverpool and Glasgow to Savannah and one other South Atlantic port
This is a major step forward in the development of containerization in the South Atlantic area to better satisfy the needs of shippers and receivers throughout the Southeast Container traffic in the European trade has become increasingly important in recent years and this op
eration by Swedish AtlanticWilhelmsen to provide direct service between Savannah and Europe will add even further strength to the competitive position of Savannah among the various Atlantic Coast ports Development of container traffic here in the important European trade also will directly benefit the local maritime interests in general by the additional cargo volume this new service will generate for the port
Two of the more important factors in the selection of Savannah for Eastbound cargo activities were in the recognition of overall port volume
and potential here and in the realization that the Georgia Ports Authority has taken the initiative to be the first port below Norfolk on the Atlantic Coast to construct a general use Container Terminal
Four new German built ships of a design that will enable them to carry either a full load of containers or a mix of containers and breakbulk will be used in the fortnightly service The vessels are also equipped to handle refrigerated containers
Agents for Swedish AtlanticWilhelmsen are Strachan Shipping Company
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pounds plus attachments of an additional 32000 pounds Southern Shipping Co are agents for Blue Star Line with Anderson Shipping serving as forwarders on this particular shipment
Mr Hugo DeBonis Export Traffic Manager for AllisChalmers International Division while in Savannah recently to serve as a panelist at the 5th Annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference toured the port terminals for a firsthand look at the AllisChalmersGPA operations
Regular exports of AllisChalmers tractors and construction machinery have and continue to move through the Authoritys terminals in Savannah destined for West and South Africa Australia and South America
Recently one of the largest crawler tractors ever built was booked by TriCoast Shipping Company Chicago agents for Blue Star Line on the SS NEW YORK STAR for movement to Sydney Australia
This mammoth machine pictured on these pages weighed 110000
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1971
SOUTHERN NATURAL CAS CO TO BUILD 60 MILLION SAVANNAH HARBOR TERMINAL
IMPORTS OF LIQUEFIED NATURAL CAS ARE EXPECTED TO DOUBLE a THE SAVANNAH HARBOR TONNAGE i
The Southern Natural Gas Co of Birmingham Ala have announced plans to construct a giant 60million terminal in Savannahs harbor as part of a 600 million project to supply natural gas throughout the Southeast
The announcement was made jointly with the Savannah Port Authority at a meeting in Savannah attended by more than 300 dignitaries from seven Southeastern states including the governors of Georgia and Mississippi
The vast facility to be located on Elba Islands 800 acres about five miles east of the city initially is expected to increase the ports annual tonnage by 50 to 70 per cent and contribute millions of dollars to the area economy in the years to come
Signs Agreement
John S Shaw Jr president and chief executive officer of Southern Natural Gas Co said that the companys wholly owned subsidiary Southern Energy Co has signed an agreement to purchase liquefied natural gas LNG from El Paso Algeria Corp a subsidiary of El Paso
Natural Gas Co
The LNG will be delivered to the new multimilliondollar terminal at Savannah and transported in giant tankers costing 50 million eachthe most expensive commercial vessels afloat with the exception of the Queen Elizabeth II
Shaw and Howard Boyd chairman of the board and chief executive officer of El Paso Natural Gas said that Southern would purchase the LNG equivalent of 500 million cubic feet of natural gas a day over a 25year term with first deliveries expected in 1975
Shaw said it was the largest LNG purchase contract in the history of the United States
Subject to Approval
The project will be subject to approvals by the United States and Algerian government regulatory bodies Shaw said the Federal Power Commission will hold hearings that will include state regulatory bodies and customers and that he is hopeful of approval in 1971 He said construction in Savannah would begin about a year later
The terminal will employ between 40 and 50 highly skilled persons when completed However the con y struction will provide jobs for more than 1000 workers over a twoyear period of construction The construe j tion payroll would be between 15 million and 17 million a year
Shaw said there is no way of determining the actual impact on the economy in the future years but noted that an investment that large will have a substantial impact
The officials emphasized that the operation would be pollution free Shaw said that Southern hopes to yhave the benefit of special studies made by environmental experts associated with the University System of Georgia for guidance during the design and engineering phase of the terminal
To Make Study
He said Southern will ask the university to undertake an environmen tal impact study He added that Southerns own studies indicate the project will not have any adverse t ecological effect but that the company wishes to be guided by the in
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John S Shaw Jr President and Chief Executive Officer of Southern Natural Gas Co of Birmingham announces the 60 million building program at a Press conference in Savannah Pictured with Mr Shaw seated left to right are Mississippi Governor John Bell Williams and Lawton Calhoun Chairman of the Savannah Port Authority
dependent judgment of the universitys environmental experts
Under this plan Southern will receive store and regasify the LNG and transport the gas into its transmission system from the Savannah facility
Shaw said the estimated initial base pricesubject to contractual adjustmentwould be approximately 65 cents per million British thermal units
Boyd said El Paso will purchase the LNG at the Algerian port of Arzew from Sonatrach the Algerian governmental oil and gas agency and transport it at 260 degrees below zero approximately 4000 nautical miles to the United States in specially constructed giant 900foot cryogenic tankers with a beam of 140 feet and a draft of 36 feet
Under Construction
The SPA said two of the vessels are under construction in French shipyards The vessels planned for the Savannah operation will be at this time the largest vessels to use the Port of Savannah The capacity will be equal to 100000barrel oil tankers
The ships will dock here every four to five days carrying 750000 barrels of LNG
The initial plans call for 500 million cubic feet of gas a day but that figure eventually could double to one billion cubic feet of gas a day officials said The high figure would double the tonnage in the local port
Novel To US
The LNG process is novel to the United States but is used in other countries Boyd said
SPA Chairman Lawton Calhoun said the construction of the marine terminal will both assure Savannah and Savannah industries of an adequate supply of natural gas and make this area even more attractive to industry but will further justify Savannah plans for additional harbor improvements
The location of this terminal Calhoun said may well be the key to Savannah developing into the major port of the Southeast
Highly Complimentary
Calhoun was highly complimentary of the SPA industrial committee
which has been working with Southern Natural Gas for nearly a year in connection with the development of its plans in Savannah Both the authority and the company were represented in the transaction by the Savannah law firm of Gignilliat and Abbott
Both Shaw and Boyd in their brief speeches to the gathering said that the United States is facing an energy crisis and that the importation of the LNG is necessary if natural gas companies in the southeastern states are to maintain service to consumers at a satisfactory level
Among the other speakers highly complimentary of the new Savannah industry were Gov Lester Maddox and Mississippi Gov John Bell Williams Mayor John P Rousakis and County Commission Chairman Robert F Lovett welcomed the officials and Calhoun presided
Business political and industrial officials from Georgia Alabama Mississippi Tennessee South Carolina Louisiana and Texas attended the announcement ceremonies
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1971
A LITTLE GEORGIA HOSPITALITY AT THE
NATIONAL FOREIGN TRADE CONVENTION
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ACT USA NAMES NORTHEN AND CHAKAS AS PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
Michael B Northen
Donald S Chakas
Michael B Northen and Donald S Chakas have been named president and executive vice president of Associated Container Transportation USA
Formerly executive vice president and vice president for operations respectively the announcement of their new positions was made in New York by Mr R A Lloyd director of ACTA Ltd Londonbased parent of ACTs worldwide integrated intermodal container transportation and distribution service
Visiting in New York for conferences with ACTs North American partners Mr Lloyd cited Mr Northens and Mr Chakass promotions as indicative of the importance which ACT assigns to the impending container trade between North America and Australia and New Zealand
Five giant containerships are presently under construction for the trade the first of which will enter service next Spring
Mr Northen has been with ACT USA since its inception in February 1969 and is primarily responsible for
developing and coordinating the new service A veteran steamship man he joined the UKbased Blue Star Line in 1949 after service with the Royal Navy In 1956 he was assigned to Blue Stars Wellington New Zealand office He was transferred to New York in 1964 to establish and manage the lines services from the East Coast of North America
Mr Chakas has also been associated with ACT USA since its formation coming from 16 years with the Caterpillar Tractor Company of Peoria Illinois where he was successively supervisor of domestic traffic and supervisor of export traffic In the latter capacity he was in the forefront of the international shipment of heavy equipment and spare parts in marine containers Chakas is a graduate of the University of Illinois and attended the College of Advanced Traffic and the John Marshall Law School He is a member of the Association of Interstate Commerce Practitioners the American Society of Traffic and Transportation and the transportation fraternity Delta Nu Alpha
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RETLA STEAMSHIP CO BEGINS NEW SAVANNAH SERVICE
Mr M Malmuth President of the Retla Steamship Company of Long Beach California has announced a new monthly service by Retla from Korea and Taiwan to Savannah The new service will incorporate connections of feeder vessels at Taiwan from the Philippines according to Mr Malmuth
The SS MARKYNL was the first Retla vessel photo left to call on Savannah initiating the new service
Mr R Walsh General Traffic Manager for Retla has stated that Savannah will be the first inbound east coast discharge port Taiwan transshipment can be made from feeder vessels that serve numerous Philippine ports and that the Retla vessels will also call at Japanese ports on inducement
The Savannah agent and stevedore for Retla is Southern Shipping Company
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Harper Robinson Company Opens Savannah Office
Mr George F OBrien Vice President of Harper Robinson Company New York has announced the opening of a Savannah office located at 33 Congress in downtown Savannah Mr Mike Carona photo above who has been with the company since 1968 will manage the Savannah operations
Established in 1898 Harper Robinson is one of the worlds fastest growing and broad service line freight forwarding and brokerage organizations They have offices in leading US trade cities with companion overseas agents in major cities of the free world
In conjunction with the regular services and facilities of Harper Robinson Company and affiliated firms of Circle Air Freight Corporation and Harper Robinson Shipping Company clients are provided a total transportation service consisting of those functions usually obtainable only through employment of more than one outside firm
A recent visitor to Savannah for a first hand inspection of port facilities was Major General Clarence J Lang Commander Military Traffic Management Terminal Services Washington DC
General Lang was accompanied by C B Ballard President Savan
nah Maritime Association and James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations for the Georgia Ports Authority
While on the tour General Lang was afforded a personal look at military cargo discharging at the GPAs Ocean Terminal
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Newsome Reelected Director AAPA
James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations of the Georgia Ports Authority has been reelected a director of the American Association of Port Authorities
Newsome who has been with the Georgia Ports Authority for the past 1 8 years has served three terms as Director of the AAPA

Netumar Line Busy at Savannah
The Southeastern Maritime Co reports that they have been loading approximately two to three ships of Netumar Line per month with heavy machinery at the Authoritys Ocean
Terminal Pictured above is the Netumar vessel VAL DE CAES loading at the GPAs Ocean Terminal in downtown Savannah
Farrell Names Swenson and Schmidt
Captain Carl W Swenson has been appointed Executive Vice President and member of the Executive Committee of Farrell Lines according to company President Thomas J Smith His functions will include all opera
tions of the Company with the exception of finance
Also promoted was Donald J Schmidt who takes over as Vice President of Operations succeeding Captain Swenson
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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
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
AFRICA
SOUTH AFRICA Walvis Bay Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira Tamatave
MormacrigelRobinMooreMcCormack SlrachanJan 17
African MercuryFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJan 25
S A WeltevredenSouth African Marine Smith KellyJan 29
MormaclynxRobinMooreMcCormackStrachanFeb 4
African SunFarrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 10
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic StevensFeb 10
S A NederburgSouth African Marine Smith KellyFeb 12
MormacdracoRobinMooreMcCormack StrachanFeb 25
A Vessel South African Marine Smith KellyFeb 26
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ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Lome WEST AFRICA
UallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJan 15
Donga Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanFeb 16
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJan 15
DongaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanFeb 16
Pointe Noire WEST AFRICA
Ualla Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJan 15
Donga Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanFeb 16
Port Gentil WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJan 15
Donga Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanFeb 16
Tema WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJan 15
Donga Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanFeb 16
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS
MarathonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJan 22
MaronRoyal Netherlands SlrachanFeb 5
Barranquilla COLOMBIA
FermencoAgromar StevensFeb 10
Cartagena COLOMBIA
FermencoAgromar StevensJeb 10
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Abidjan WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster SlrachanJan 15
Donga Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanFeb 16
Cotonue WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJan 15
DongaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanFeb 16
Dakar WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster Strachan Jan 15
Dongara Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanFeb 16
Douala WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJan 15
DongaChargeurs RE Dempster SlrachanFeb 16
Curacao NETHERLANDS
MarathonRoyal Netherlands SlrachanJan 22
MaronRoyal Netherlands StrachanFeb 5
Kingston JAMAICA
Medon Royal Netherlands Strachan Jan
Chiron Royal Netherlands Strachan Jan 9
Ammon Roval Netherlands Strachan Feh 10

Port of Spain TRINIDAD
Marathon Strachan
Maron Koval Netherlands Strachan Fob 5

Santa Marta COLOMBIA
FermencoAgromar StevensFeb 10
Vera Cruz MEXICO
JalapaMexicanSlrachanJan 17
Freetown WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster SlrachanJan 15
Donga Chargeurs RE Dempster Slrachan Feb 16
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster SlrachanJan 15
DongaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanFeb 16
Libreville WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJan 15
DongaChargeurs RE Dempster Strachan Feb 16
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1971 Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer
CENTRAL AMERICA
Puerto Barrios GUATEMALA Gran Lempira Flomerca Stevens Jan 28
Puerto Cortes GUATEMALA Gran Lempira Flomerca Stovano Tan Oft

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COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
HordaTorm SouthernJan 29
Alice TormTormSouthernFeb 10
Leghorn ITALY
MonrealeSidarma Southeastern MaritimeFeb 2
Francesco MorosiniSidarma I Southeastern MaritimeFeb 8
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Horda
Alice Tona
TormSouthernJan 29
TormSouthernFeb 10
Alexandria EGYPT
HordaTorm
Alice TormTorm
Southern
Southern
Jan 29 Feb 10
Lisbon PORTUGAL
HordaTormSouthernJan 29
Alice TormTorm SouthernFeb 10
Ashdod ISRAEL
Anal Zim
Birk Zim
MazalZim
Southern
Southern
Southern
Feb 6 Feb 8 Feb 16
Marseilles FRANCE
KraljevicnJugolinija Smith KellyJan 17
MonrealeSidarma I Southeastern MaritimeFeb 2
Francesco Morosini Sidarma Southeastern MaritimeFeb 8
Barcelona SPAIN
HordaTorm
Howell Lykes Lykes Bros
Alice TormTormIHH
Southern
Sirachan
Southern
Jan 29 Feb 2 Feb 10
Naples ITALY
Howell Lykes
Lykes Bros Sirachan
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Beirut LEBANON
AlhinaiHellenic
HordaTorm
Alice TormTorm
TurldaH ellenic
Piraeus GREECE
Athinai
Turlda
Hellenic StevensJan 29
Hellenic StevensFeb 24
Stevens Southern Southern Stevens
Jan 29 Jan 29 Feb 10 Feb 24
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
KraljevicaJugolinija Smith KellyJan 17
Salonika GREECE
Constanza RUMANIA
TurldaHellenic
StevensFeb 24
Athinai Turkia
Hellenic StevensJan 29
Hellenic StevensFeb 24
Genoa ITALY
Howell Lykes
Monreale
Francesco Morosini
Lykes Bros
Sidarma
Sidarma
SirachanFeb 2
Southeastern MaritimeFeb 2
Southeastern Maritime Feb 8
Savona ITALY
KraljevicaJugolinija
MonrealeSidarma
Francesco MorosiniSidarma
Smith KellyJan 17
Southeastern MaritimeFeb 2
Southeastern MaritimeIFeb 8
Haifa ISRAEL
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Southern Southern Southern
Feb 6 Feb 8 Feb 16
Sfax TUNISIA
Howell LykesLykes Bros
SirachanFeb 2
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
HordaTorm
Alice TormTorm
SouthernJan 29
Southern Feb 10
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY WEEK to Puerto Cabello
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Kingston MaracaiboTrinidadGeorgetown 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
g Royal ilelfierlands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
KN5M
ANDLiisur
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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Trieste ITALY
KraljevicaJugolinija Smith KellyJan 17
Tripoli LIBYA
AihinaiHellenic StevensJan 29
Tunis TUNISIA
Howell LykesLykes Bros SirachanFeb 2
Venice ITALY
y KraljevicaJugolinija Smith KellyJan 17
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
WoliersumIndependent Gull
GaasierdykHolland America
LoppersumIndependent Gull
Manchester RenownHolland America
GorredykHolland America
GrotedykHolland America

Antwerp BELGIUM
WoliersumIndependent Gull
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes
GaasierdykHolland America
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed
Hansa BayRegent
PassatOzeanStinnes
LoppersumIndependent Gull
Manchester RenownHolland America
T emeraireW ilhelmsenSwed
Hansa TradeRegent
GorredykHolland America
l GrotedykHolland America
Bordeaux FRANCE
AmazonasFrench SirachanJan 20
Smith KellyJan 19
Hohenstein Feb 2
Smith KellyFeb 14
Hohenstein Feb 15
HohensteinFeb 21
HohensteinFeb 26
Smith Kelly Jan 19
Southeastern MaritimeJan 31
HohensteinFeb 2
Atlantic SirachanFeb 2
J R ShippingFeb 3
Southeastern MaritimeFeb 12
Smith KellyFeb 14
HohensteinFeb 15
Atlantic SirachanFeb 18
M J R Shipping Feb 20
HohensteinFeb 21
HohensteinFeb 26
Bremen GERMANY
WoliersumIndependent Gull Smith KellyJan 19
Y Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeJan 31
GaasierdykHolland America HohensteinFeb 2
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanFeb 2
Hansa BayRegent J R ShippingFeb 3
PassatOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeFeb 12
LoppersumIndependent Gull v Smith KellyFeb 14
Y Manchester RenownHolland America HohensteinFeb 15
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
Hansa TradeRegent J R Shipping
GorredykHolland America Hohenstein
GrotedykHolland America Hohenstein
Hamburg GERMANY
WoliersumIndependent Gull Smith Kelly
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
GaasierdykHolland America Hohenstein
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
Hansa BayRegent J R Shipping
PassatOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
LoppersumIndependent Gull Smith Kelly
Manchester RenownHolland America Hohenstein
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
Hansa TradeRegenl5r J R Shipping
GorredykHolland America Hohenstein
GrotedykHolland America Hohenstein
LeHavre FRANCE
AmazonasFrench
Gaasierdyk Holland America
Sparreholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic
Manchester RenownHolland America
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic
GorredykHolland America J
GrotedykHolland America
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
WoliersumIndependent Gull Smith Kelly
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
GaasierdykHolland America Hohenstein
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
Hansa BayRegent J R Shipping
Passat OzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
LoppersumIndependent Gull Smith Kelly
Manchester RenownHolland America Hohenstein
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
Hansa Trade Regent J R Shipping
GorredykHolland America Hohenstein
GrotedykHolland America Hohenstein
Sirachan
Hohenstein
Sirachan
Hohenstein
Sirachan
Hohenstein
Hohenstein
Feb 18 Feb 20 Feb 21 Feb 26
Jan 19
Jan 31
Feb 2
Feb 2
Feb 3
Feb 12
Feb 14
Feb 15
Feb 18
Feb 20
Feb 21
Feb 26
Jan 20 Feb 2 Feb 2 Feb 15 Feb 18 Feb 21 Feb 26
Jan 19
Jan 31 Feb 2 Feb 2 Feb 3 Feb 12 Feb 14 Jeb 15 Feb 18 Feb 20 Feb 21 Feb 26
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Saisumacore Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein Jan 24
Montreal Star Blue Star Southern Jan 26
America Star Port Sirachan Jan 30
City ol CanberraAm Australian Smith KellyFeb 3
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Georgia Ports
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than any ports inthe
South Atlantic
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1971
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Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern Maritime Feb 7
Canterbury Star Port Strachan Feb 9
Pearl Sea Atlanttrafik Stevens Feb 10
Cap Roca Columbus Southern Feb 12
Timaru Star Blue Star Southern Feb 17
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Feb 24
Islas Galapagos Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein Feb 24
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Salsumacore Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein Jan 24
Montreal Star Blue Star Southern 26
America Star Fort Strachan 30
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith Kelly Feb 3
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern Maritime Feb 7
Canterbury Star Port Strachan Feb 9
Pearl Sea Atlanttrafik Stevens Feb 10
Cap Roca Columbus Southern Feb 12
Timaru Star Blue Star Southern Feb 17
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Feb 24
Islas Galapagos Feb 24

Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor MCP Southeastern Maritime Jan 15
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Jan 17
Zamboanga MCP Southeastern Maritime Jan 25
Phil Pres Quezon United Philippine Southern Feb 6
Phil Bataan MCP Southeastern Maritime Feb 12
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Corregidor MCP Southeastern Maritime Jan 15
Don Antonio Southern 17
Zamboanga MCP Southeastern Maritime Jan 25
Phil Pres Quezon United Philippine Southern Feb 6
Phil Bataan MCP Southeastern Maritime Feb 12
Hong Kong HONG KONG
United Philippine Barber Southern Strachan Jan 17 22
K Line Stevens Feb 2
United Philippine Southern Feb 6
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feb 9
Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feb 23
noilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorxegidorMCP Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernJan 17
ZamboangaMCP Southeastern MaritimeJan 25
Phil Pres QuezonUnited Philippine SouthernFeb 6
Phil BataanMCP Southeastern MaritimeFeb 12
Inchon KOREA
Export Buyer Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanFeb 9
Export Courier Am Export IsbrandisenStrachanFeb 23
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai MinChina Merchants SouthernJan 25
Hai FuChina Merchants SouthernFeb 6
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanFeb 9
Export CourierAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanFeb 23
Keelung FORMOSA
Hai MinChina Merchants SouthernJan 25
WorcestershireK Line Stevens Feb 2
Hai FuChina Merchants SouthernFeb 6
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanFeb 9
Export CourierAm Export IsbrandisenStrachanFeb 23
Kobe JAPAN
Don AntonioUnited Philippine
Boston MaruN Y K
Hai Min
Yamaaki Maru
Caracas Maru
Manhattan Maru
Worcestershire
Fushimi Maru
Hai Fu
Phil Pres Quezon
Yamawaka Maru
Export Buyer
Saiiama Maru
Export Courier
China Merchants
YamashiiaShinnihon
MiisuiO S K
Japan
K Line
N Y K
China Merchants
United Philippine
YamashiiaShinnihon
Am Export Isbrandisen
Ji Y K
Am Export Isbrandisen
SouthernJan 25
TTT Co IncJan 30
StrachanJan 31
HohensteinFeb 1
StevensFeb 2
StrachanFeb 5
SouthernFeb 6
SouthernFeb 6
TTT Co IncFeb 7
StrachanFeb 9
StrachanFeb 21
StrachanFeb 23
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil CorregidorMCP Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernJan 17
FernlandBarber StrachanJan 22
ZamboangaMCP Southeastern MaritimeJan 25
Phil Pres QuezonUnited Philippine SouthernFeb 6
Phil Bataan MCP Southeastern MaritimeFeb 12
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
SalsumacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers HohensteinJan 24
Montreal StarBlue Star 2 SouthernJan 26
America StarFort Strachan Jan 30
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith KellyFeb 3
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 7
Canterbury StarPort Strachan Feb 9
Pearl SeaAtlanttrafik StevensFeb 10
Cap RocaColumbus Southern Feb 12
Timaru Star M Blue Star Southern Feb 17
Islas GalapagosMaritime Fruit Carriers HohensteinFeb 24
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 24
Nagoya JAPAN
Boston Maru
Yamaaki Maru
Caracas Maru
Manhattan Maru
W orcestershire
Fushimi Maru
N Y K
Y amashitaShinnihon
MiisuiO S K
Japan
K Line
N Y K
Yamawaka MaruY amashitaShinnihon
Saiiama MaruN Y K
StrachanJan 23
TTT Co Inc Jan 30
StrachanJan 31
HohensteinFeb 1
StevensFeb 2
StrachanFeb 5
TTT Co Inc Feb 7
StrachanFeb 21
Souihern Sirachan
Jan 17 Jan 23
Osaka JAPAN
Boston MaruN Y K StrachanJan 23
Yamaaki MaruYamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co IncJan 30
Caracas MaruMiisuiO S KStrachanJan 31
Worcestershire K Line StevensFeb 2
Fushimi MaruN Y KStrachanFeb 5
Yamawaka MaruYamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co IncFeb 7
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanFeb 9
Saiiama MaruN Y KjjJ StrachanFeb 21
Export CourierAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanFeb 23
Pusan KOREA
Export BuyerAm Export IsbrandisenStrachanFeb 9
Export CourierAm Export IsbrandisenStrachanFeb 23
San Fernando
Phil CorregidorMCP Southeastern MaritimeJan 15
ZamboangaMCP Southeastern MaritimeJan 25
Phil BataanMCP Southeastern MaritimeFeb 12
Sydney AUSTRALIA
SalsumacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein Jan 24
Montreal StarBlue Star SouthernJan 26
America StarPort StrachanJan 30
City of CanberraAm Australian Smith KellyFeb 3
Austral PatriotFarrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 7
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA SAVANNAH GEORGIA
2 Adgers Wharf Ocean Terminal Building
Phone RA 22921 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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Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steamship Line
M i Canterbury Sfar Port Strachan Feb 9 10 12 17 24 24
Pearl Sea Atlantirafik Stevens Feb
Cap Roca Columbus Southern Feb
Timaru Star Blue Star Southern Feb
Islas Galapagos African Neptune Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein Farrell Southeastern Maritime Feb Feb
Yokohama JAPAN
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern Jan 17
1 Boston Maru N Y K M Strachan Jan 23
Hai Min China Merchants Southern 25
Yamaaki Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Jan 30
Caracas Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan Jan 31
1 Manhattan Maru Japan Hohenstein Feb 1
Y y Worcestershire K Line Stevens Feb 2
Fushimi Maru N Y K Strachan Feb 5
K Phil Pres Quezon United Philippine Southern Feb 6
Yamawaka Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Feb 7
Export Buyer Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Feb 9
Saitama Maru N Y K Strachan Feb 21
Export Courier Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Feb 23
Agency Sailing Dele
PERSIAN GULF
Damman SAUDI ARABIA
Banggai1 Nedlloyd L SirachanJan 25
Tugela Barber Sirachan Feb 2
Hellenic DestinyHellenic StevensFeb 17
Dibai SAUDI ARABIA
BanggaiNedlloyd
SirachanJan 25
Doha QATAR Tugela
BarberSirachanFeb 2
Khorramshahr IRAN
BanggaiNedlloyd SirachanJan 25
TugelaBarber SirachanFeb 2
Hellenic DestinyHellenic StevensFeb 17
Kuwait KUWAIT
BanggaiNedlloyd SirachanJan 25
TugelaBarberSirachanFeb 2
Hellenic DestinyHellenic StevensFeb 17
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Abu Dhabi SAUDI ARABIA
BanggaiNedlloyd SirachanJan 25
Aqaba JORDAN
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic StevensFeb 10
Bahrain SAUDI ARABIA
BanggaiNedlloyd SirachanJan 25
Bandar Abbas SAUDI ARABIA
BanggaiNedlloyd SirachanJan 25
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic StevensFeb 10
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic II StevensFeb 10
Mena El Fahal SAUDI ARABIA
BanggaiNedlloyd
SirachanJan 25
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic SunbeamHellenic
StevensFeb 10
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 2
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 18
Gothenburg SWEDEN
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 2
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 18
Helsinki FINLAND
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 2
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanFeb 18
Malmo SWEDEN
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 2
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanFeb 18
Norrkoping SWEDEN
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanFeb 2
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 18
Oslo NORWAY
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 2
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 18
Stockholm SWEDEN
SparreholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Feb 2
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanFeb 18
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
MormacbayikMooreMcCormack SirachanJan 16
Sao PauloJvaran SouthernJan 19
Rio de JaneiroIvaran rr SouthernJan 23
SalvadorIvaran SouthernFeb 11
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack Sirachan Feb 24
Montevideo URUGUAY
Mormacbay MooreMcCormack Sirachan Jan 16
Sao PauloIvaran Southern Jan 19
Rio de Janeiro Jvaran 58L Southern Jan 23
SalvadorIvaran SouthernFeb 11
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack SirachanFeb 24
Paranagua BRAZIL
MormacbayMooreMcCormack k SirachanJan 16
AmazoniaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeJan 17
Boa EsperancaNetumar Southeastern Maritime Jan 31
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack SirachanFeb 24
I i X SOUTHEASTERN CO STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
1 1 V SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 AGENTS FOR
310 East Bav Street P O Box 2747 9122348265 Alcoa Steamship Co
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Brodin Lines
1 X 1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201 Farrell Lines
Insco Lines
j 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
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1971
21
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Amazonia Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Jan 17
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern Jan 19
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran Southern Jan 23
Boa Esperanca Salvador Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Jan 31
Ivaran Southern Feb 11
Mormaccove MooreMcCormack Strachan Feb 24

Salvador BRAZIL Amazonia Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Jan 17

Santos BRAZIL Mormacbay MooreMcCormack 1 Strachan Jan 16
Amazonia Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Jan 17
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern Jan 19
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran Southern Jan 23
Boa Esperanca Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Jan 31
Salvador Ivaran Southern Feb 11
Mormaccove MooreMcCormack Sirachan Feb 24
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
Medon Royal Netherlands
Chiron Royal Netherlands
Ammon Royal Netherlands
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
Jan 15 Jan 29 Feb 12
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelan
MarathonRoyal Netherlands
Zoe GVenezuelan
MaronRoyal Netherlands
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
MedonRoyal Netherlands
ChironRoyal Netherlands
AmmonRoyal Netherlands
Smith Kelly
Sirachan
Smith Kelly Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
Jan 19 Jan 22 Feb 2 Feb 5
Jan 15 Jan 29 Feb 12
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelan
Zoe Venezuelan
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
Jan 19 Teb 2
Paramaribo SURINAM
MedonRoyal Netherlands
Chiron Royal Netherlands
Ammon Royal Netherlands
Sirachan
Strachan
Sirachan
Jan 15 Jan 29 Feb 12
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Medon Royal Netherlands Strachan
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelan Smith Kelly
Marathon Royal Netherlands Strachan
Chiron Royal Netherlands Strachan
Zoe GVenezuelan Smith Kelly
MaronRoyal Netherlands Sirachan
Ammon Royal Netherlands Strachan
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
MedonRoyal Netherlands
ChironRoyal Netherlands
AmmonRoyal Netherlands
Sirachan Strachan Strachan
Jan 15 Jan 19 Jan 22 Jan 29 Feb 2 Feb 5 Feb 12
Jan 15 Jan 29 Feb 12
SOUTH ASIA
Bangkok THAILAND
F ernlandBarber
SirachanJan 22
Bombay INDIA
Jalagomaii
Jalamani
Vishva Kirti
Expeditor
Vishva Jyoii
Seindia
Scindia
S C I
Am Export Isbrandtsen J5 C I
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
Strachan
Smith Kelly
Feb 2 Feb 3 Feb 4 Feb 11 Feb 14
Calcutta INDIA
JalagomaiiScindia Smith KellyFeb 2
JalamaniScindia Smith KellyFeb 3
Vishva KirtiS C I Smith KellyFeb 4
ExpeditorAm Export Isbrandtsen SirachanFeb 11
Vishva JyoiiS C I Smith KellyFeb 14
Hellenic DestinyHellenic Stevens Feb 17
Chalna PAKISTAN
ExpeditorAm Export Isbrandtsen
Chittagong PAKISTAN
ExpeditorAm Export Isbrandtsen
Hellenic DestinyHellenic
Djakarta INDONESIA
KyotoBlue Sea
FernlandBarber
ToloionBlue Sea
VingaholmBlue Sea
Karachi PAKISTAN
Flying HawkAm Export Isbrandtsen
Expeditor Am Export Isbrandtsen
Hellenic DestinyHellenic
Madras INDIA
Jalagomaii1
Jalamani
Vishva Kirti
Expeditor
Vishva Jyoii
Scindia
Scindia
S C I
Am Export Isbrandtsen S C I
Penang SINGAPORE
Kyoto Blue Sea
Tolofon Blue Sea
VingaholmBlue Sea
Port Swettenham MALAYA
Kyoto Blue Sea
Fernland
Tolofon
Vingaholm
Barber Blue Sea Blue Sea
Singapore SINGAPORE
KyotoBlue Sea
FernlandBarber
TolofonBlue Sea
VingaholmBlue Sea
Strachan
Strachan Stevens
Strachan Strachan Sirachan Strachan
Sirachan Strachan Stevens
Smith Kelly Smith Kelly Smith Kelly
Sirachan
Smith Kelly
Sirachan
Strachan
Sirachan
Strachan Strachan Strachan Strachan
Strachan Strachan Strachan Sirachan
Feb 11 Feb 17
Jan 18 Jan 22 Feb 4 Feb 19
Jan 17 Feb 11 Feb 17
Feb 2 Feb 3 Feb 4
Feb 11 Feb 14
Jan 18 Feb 4 Feb 19
Jan 18 Jan 22 Feb 4 Feb 19
Jan 18 Jan 22 Feb 4 Feb 19
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
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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 Ga912 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 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 Ga 912 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 Ga 912 2339343
1 t W G CARROLL CO INC Savannah Ga 912 2322101
Atlanta Ga 404 8736939
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Savannah Ga 912 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY Savannah Ga 912 2321119
HARPER ROBINSON CO Savannah Ga 912 2344451
J K EBBERWEIN Savannah Ga 912 2326184
X JOHN S JAMES Savannah Ga 912 2320211
Atlanta Ga 404 7667565
E L MOBLEY Savannah Ga 912 2340686
j T D J POWERS Savannah Ga 912 2347241
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SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2350206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
C M THOMPSON JR
Savannah Ga912 2324338
GEORGE W WISE JR
Savannah Ga912 2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS SERVING THE PORTS
OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
OLDSTEIN CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS
Atlanta Ga404 8747809
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 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 9646972
ATLANTIC TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645643
BENTON TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 9646972
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 9646835
BROWN TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP
Savannah Ga912 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 9646391
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646921
CHATHAM TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321600
COASTAL TRANSPORT TRADING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2345183
COWART TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2345618
CRESCENT MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2345618
DURRENCE TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO
Savannah Ga912 9646954
FIVE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646052
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
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2328124
Brunswick Ga912 2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 9646911
HOWARD HALL COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640784
J M TRANSPORT COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645128
JOHNSON BRUCE TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2342715
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 9641707
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT
Savannah Ga912 9646972
M M TANK LINES
Savannah Ga912 9644341
Brunswick Ga912 2643394
McLEAN TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 9646181
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645581
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
Savannah Ga912 9640262
OLD DOMINION FREIGHT LINE
Savannah Ga912 2360337
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Savannah Ga912 9646415
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WOOTEN TRANSFER CO INC
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Mrs Marion Faircloth Baker Ext 256
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Charles P Simon Ext 264
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Sydney Sailors 7
East Tennessee Export 8
Hardwood Products Assoc 10
Great Oyster Roast 12
Port News 14
Sailing Schedule 17
Port Directory 23
The S S Kresge Co takes note of the many advantages offered shippers by the Georgia Ports Authority and begins mammoth import movements through the GPAs modern Savannah facilities For further details see story beginning on page four of this issue
OCEAN TERM IN ALSg BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
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
W D Trippe Cedartown SecretaryTreasurer
Frank S Cheatham Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
George J Nichols 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
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
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Change by its very nature creates a speculative atmosphere in the minds of men This natural phenomenon became abundantly true as related to ocean shipping for there were those who prophesied that larger and more sophisticated ships could and in fact would only call at a mere handful of ports around the world
This theory of course flies in the face of transportation economics which dictates that goods must move to the consumer at the lowest possible cost
The Kresge story see pages 46 brings into focus the fact that customers in not so outoftheway places such as Atlanta Charlotte Memphis Knoxville and Birmingham to name but a few must be served in an economical fashion
Ships laden with Kresge merchandise are therefore discharging at Savannah to save the escalating costs of inland transportation from distant northern ports Costly inland transportation is a difficult commodity to merchandise
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The Port of Savannah was selected as a gateway to
handle our imported commodities for distribution to our
own warehouse depot in Atlanta and also during peak
periods for forwarding to our warehouses in the Midwest
In addition we will handle direct shipments to our stores in the South from our Consolidating Center and Warehouse at the port
We found the warehousing situation and facilities at
Savannah most adaptable to our shipping methods and the port with its various inbound steamship services is strategically situated to offer a compatible distribution program In the sixstate Southeastern area we have over 200 Kresge and KMart stores with f
plans to build many more Products from all over the world will be coming through Savannah and handled through our port Warehouse and Consolidating Center and we will be looking forward to regular Containership r
services at Savannah for many of our shipments
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Fred Whelan left Western Regional Manager Georgia Ports Authority with R T Rodgers lPrt BBg S S Kresge Co as final plans were initiated naming Savannah as a PortConsoiidatingCenter or e resg
The plans for expansion in the Southeast which eventually led to the establishment of a PortConsol idatingCenter at the Port of Savannah did not originate in Savannah but rather with S S Kresge Company itself With the continual addition of new KMart stores and general expansion of markets in the south they established their own Warehouse Center in Atlanta a few years ago With increasing volumes from that time on it became apparent they should not continue supplying imported items to this depot and their
southern stores from further distant ports in the North Atlantic
Mr R T Rodgers Import Manager of Kresge with headquarters in Detroit developed a plan originally to supply this center through the Port of Savannah seeing a great savings in overall transportation costs For over a year a number of meetings and planning sessions were held in Detroit offices with him his staff members and Fred Whelan Western Regional Manager Georgia Ports Authority A further extension of the plan involved establishment of a con
solidating warehouse at the port and Mr Rodgers made exploratory visits to Savannah for further discussion with port officials and selection of suitable warehouse Arrangements were made with Wedsons Transport Company to handle consolidating of import cargoes and D J Powers was appointed as their Customs Broker
The formulation of shipping procedures and practices of S S Kresge with its worldwide interests involves a coordinating system controlled in Detroit but extends to many parts of the world For further necessity to
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put things together Messrs Yamada and Togioka of the Georgia Ports Authority Far East Office held meetings with officials of Ocon Japan Limited in both Tokyo and Kobe Ocon acts as buying and shipping agents for Kresge in the Orient During the Far East Trade Mission of the Georgia Ports Authority meetings were held with officials of Ocon in Taiwan and Hong Kong The discussions were to arrange an understanding of shipping practices that Ocon would begin on Detroit instructions with ultimate bookings and movement through the Port of Savannah
The button was pushed in Detroit during December and cargo began moving in January 1971 The Georgia Ports Authority welcomes S S Kresge Company to the Port of Savannah
GPAs Far Eastern Director Makio Yamada left and his assistant Isao Togioka held meetings with Kresges buying and shipping agents Ocon Limited finalizing Kresges move to Savannah
Bill Davis left owner of Wedsons Transport checks cargo inventory with warehouse superintendent lack Doss
Things begin to bustle as S S Kresge Co cargo moves through the Wedsons Transport Company at Savannah
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Bob and Dolly Dyer the Mr Mrs of Australian television fame were recent visitors in Savannah
The Dyers who have the longest v running prime time television show f in Australia Pick the Box were in Savannah for business and pleasure I The business however had a lot to tgl do with pleasure in the future as v they were here to ship their new 53 foot yacht the Blue Rhapsody via It GPA home to Sydney
Bob and Dolly who hold several world fishing records were in the
States to participate in the Masters Fishing Tournament when they spotted the yacht in Miami and purchased it
The Dyers with one of their employees Charlie Chambers brought the Rhapsody to Savannah via the Intracoastal Waterway where she was loaded aboard the MV CANTERBURY STAR at the GPAs Ocean Terminal
Mr Dyer was quite pleased with the services performed by the ships agents Strachan and his freight for
warder Joe Ebberwein Real honest fair dinkum blokes he said and as any Aussie can tell you anything fair dinkum cannot be faulted
Why you might ask is a yacht purchased in Miami shipped via Georgia Ports Well as any jackeroo in the shipping business can tell you Georgia Ports have the best Australian service plus the heavy lift capabilities to do the joband that dear reader is the dinkum truth

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Conferees hear from Dan Young Ocean Cargo Representative Strachan Shipping Co at the morning session BelowS Bradford Rymer President of Magic Chef Inc left confers with Dr Arthur E Warner Dean College of Business Administration University of Tennessee
A 1961 survey by the US Department of Commerce indicated that the total value of exports of manufactured goods from the State of Tennessee exceeded 220 million dollars per year
Many Tennessee businessmen are unaware of the market opportunities for their products abroad and others are discouraged from entering the export market due to their unfamiliarity with the procedures involved with exports Realizing this predicament which is so prevalent throughout the United States David S Williamson Director Atlanta Field Office US Department of Com
merce and Dr Arthur E Warner Dean College Business Administration University of Tennessee put together plans for the 1971 East Tennessee Export Expansion Conference which was recently held at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville
The one day program held March 1st featured all aspects of international trade with such subjects as International Banking Insurance Ocean Freight Air Cargo and Documentation being presented by experts in the various fields
The featured speaker at the Conference was S Bradford Rymer President of Magic Chef Inc of Cleve
land Tennessee who stated World trade is essential We must compete and survive in the total world This is the best example and best motivation for free enterprise
Magic Chef Inc manufactures electric refrigerators and electric and gas ranges The Companys products go to about 60 foreign countries and has subsidiaries in Italy and Venezuela
From all indications and considering the comments following the meeting this years East Tennessee Export Expansion Conference was an outstanding success
15th
Annual
Meeting
IHPA
Imported Hardwood Products Association Inc
TRANSPORTATION PANEL left to rightFred Whelan Georgia Ports Authority A B Herbold Crescent Whares Lew Gwerder American Mall Line Jerry Linares Port of San Francisco Ed Anderson Kerr Steamship H W McCargar and J H Heller Southern Pacific Railroad Bill Brewster Galveston Wharves Photo courtesy of Plywood Panel Indianapolis Indiana
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Our thanks to The Merchant Magazine Pasadena Calif for the photo on the left which shows left to right incoming IHPA President W K Suiter of Evans Products Co Fred Whelan GPA and outgoing IHPA President J S Mackay of American International Hardwood Co In the photo on the right is Charles J Schmitt Executive Secretary IHPA the man responsible for this and the many past successful IHPA annual meetings
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International Hardwood Company San Francisco who later turned over the meeting to incoming 1971 President Mr Bill Suiter of Evans Products Company Santa Ana California
Mr Charles J Schmitt Executive Secretary of the Association ably handled all programming and scheduling of meetings and sessions for over 200 members and guests
The program included a Panel Discussion on the subject of Transportation and Shipping Problems and Fred Whelan Western Regional Manager of the Georgia Ports Authority who participated as a panel member had the following comments on this portion of the program
A free and open discussion of problems incurred on both sides ensued Such open forums allow importers as well as transportation people to air their problems The
The 15th Annual Meeting of the f IMPORTED HARDWOOD PRODUCTS ASSOCIATION convened at the Erewan Garden Hotel Indian Wells in the Mojave Desert of California Perhaps an unlikely locale to discuss problems connected with importing and ocean shipping but this was vonly part of the program and the reiimoteness of meeting place allowed each attending member to devote complete concern to the many important subjects under discussion
Businessmen connected in every aspect of this industry from all over ihe USA and many foreign countries were there to discuss and exchange ideas in all phases of shipping handling processing and selling imported plywoods veneers and lumber A full three day program was chaired by the Associations President Mr Jim Mackay of American
success of these meetings is apparent as mutually satisfactory solutions can be the result
While a port authoritys concern in Shipping and Transportation Problems would seem to be only connected with the movement through the port we really have to be concerned with every phase of transportation This from the standpoint of damage correct handling according to packaging and in the case of imports correct procedures for movement inland The matter of warehousing and storage for distribution at the port further necessitates our concern and knowledge of the products
The Georgia Ports Authority retains a high position in handling these products and our participation in such functions is indicative of our interest in this industry
Another
Great
Oyster
Roast
In only five years the Oyster Roast sponsored by the Savannah Maritime Association has become the social highlight of the year for members of the Georgia 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
Walter Caceres representing the Savannah Maritime Association greets Lt Gov and Mrs Maddox on their arrival at the fifth annual Oyster Roast sponsored by the Maritime Association for the members of the Georgia General Assembly
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State Agriculture Commissioner Tommy Irvin proves his interest in aquaculture as he loads his plate and casts an eye for an empty table On the right Lt Gov Maddox masterfully opens a succulent oyster for Mrs Maddox
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Deep Sea Mediterranean Line Offers New Service
Deep Sea Mediterranean Line announces the appointment of TEXAS TRANSPORT TERMINAL CO INC as US General Agents for their new regular service between US GulfSouth Atlantic Ports and Ports in Italy and Spain Eastbound and Westbound
Deep Sea MEDITERRANEAN LINE has been admitted as a member by the GulfMediterranean Ports Conference and expects to be admitted to the MedGulf Conference shortly This service will be operated with fast modern liner vessels with the first ship of the new service scheduled for Savannah in early May
Car A Gerstacker Chairman of Dow Chemical Co was a recent speaker of the Savannah Rotary Club Mr Gerstacker whose Company did 40 of its business last year in exports has been Chairman of the Export Expansion of the US Department of Commerce since 1966
Speaking of the importexport situation Mr Gerstacker emphasized Savannahs importance in this field and urged the Savannah businessmen to get involved in exports to open new avenues for profitable progress
The Transportation Club of Atlanta is probably the most active traffic organization in the Southeast and we are pleased to present the 1971 officers and directors of that illustrious group to our readers
Seated left to right Alan Booe McLean Trucking Co President Jim Mitchell Southern Railway First Vice President Sam Lloyd Georgia Ports Authority Second Vice President Lynn Dowding SecretaryTreasurer
Standing left to right DirectorsTom Woods Gulf Puerto Rican Lines Frank Lenze Hercules Inc Pete Moore CO Ry Bill Shaw Cities Service Co Fred Speck Dixie Ohio Express Joe Fannon Freight Transportation Managers Doug Barr McLean Trucking Co Marvin Sexton Zep Mfg Co Bill Farley LN RR
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J EMMETT MOYLAN
19231971
With the passing of J Emmett Moylan on March 13 1971 the members of the Georgia Ports Authority lost a valued employee and friend with whom it was a pleasure to be associated
The death of this stalwart champion of Georgias Port Cities and their causes brought deep sorrow to legions both in and outside of the shipping fraternity
Mr Moylan had been with the Georgia Ports Authority for the past ten years having first held the position of Assistant Comptroller and then being promoted in 1963 to Comptroller For the past year he had been serving as SecretaryTreasurer of the Board of Directors of this Authority
His keen interest in shipping was reflected in his active participation in such port oriented organizations as the Propeller Club and the South Atlantic and Caribbean Ports Association both of which groups had elected him to important offices
Mr Moylan was born October 22 1923 in Savannah Georgia He graduated from Benedictine Military School in 1940 and served with distinction in World War II as a First Lieutenant in the US Army
You would have had to search far and wide to find a more loyal son of St Patrick than Emmett Moylan His death coming on the eve of the Great Day for the Irish cast a pall over Savannahs great 1971 St Patricks Day celebrations He was active in the affairs of the Catholic Church and served as the first Grand Knight of Holy Family Council No 5888 of the Knights of Columbus
His wise counsel and warm friendship will be sorely missed by members of this Authority
By means of this resolution spread upon the Minutes of the Georgia Ports Authority we desire to record our sense of loss and at the same time to convey our profound condolences to his wife his three children and other members of the Moylan family
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AFRICA
Dar Es Salaam EAST AFRICA
MormacaliairRobinMooreMcCormack SirachanApr 22
SOUTH AFRICA Walvis Bay Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira
African DawnFarrell Southeastern MaritimeApr 7
S A Huguenot South African Marine Smith KellyApr 9
MormacaltairRobinMooreMcCormack SirachanApr 22
Elbeland South African Marine Smith Kelly Apr 23
ItaliaHellenic StevensApr 27
African MercuryFarrell Southeastern MaritimeApr 28
MormacvegaRobinMooreMcCormack SirachanMay 6
Majunga SOUTH AFRICA
Hellenic SpiritHellenic
StevensMay 3
Tamatave SOUTH AFRICA
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensMay 3
MormacvegaRobinMooreMcCormack SirachanMay 6
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
DegemaChargeurs RE Dempster
African LightningFarrell Southeastern
Sirachan
Maritime
Apr 4
Apr 17
Buchanan WEST AFRICA
African LightningFarrell
Southeastern MaritimeApr 17
Cotonue WEST AFRICA
DegemaChargeurs RE
Dempster SirachanApr 4
Dakar WEST AFRICA
DegemaChargeurs RE Dempster
African LightningFarrell Southeastern
Sirachan
Maritime
Apr 4 Apr 17
Douala WEST AFRICA
DegemaChargeurs RE Dempster
African LightningFarrell 4 Southeastern
Sirachan
Maritime
Apr 4 Apr 17
Freetown WEST AFRICA
Degema Chargeurs RE
African LightningFarrell
Dempster
Southeastern
Sirachan
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LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
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Libreville WEST AFRICA
Degema Chargeurs RE Dempster SirachanApr 4
Lome WEST AFRICA
DegemaChargeurs RE Dempster SirachanApr 4
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Monrovia WEST AFRICA
DegemaChargeurs RE Dempster i SirachanApr 4
African LightningFarrell Southeastern MaritimeApr 17
Pointe Noire WEST AFRICA
DegemaChargeurs RE Dempster
SirachanApr 4
Port Gentil WEST AFRICA
DegemaChargeurs RE Dempster
Sirachan
Apr 4
Takoradi
African LighlningkUFarrell Southeastern MaritimeApr 17
Tema WEST AFRICA
DegemaChargeurs RE Dempster Sirachan
African LightningFarrell Southeastern Maritime
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS
Parthenon Royal Netherlands Sirachan
AristotelesRoyal Netherlands Sirachan
AmmonRoyal Netherlands Sirachan
HermesLRoyal Netherlands 4 Sirachan
HerculesRoyal Netherlands Sirachan
MarathonRoyal Netherlands Sirachan
Apr 4 Apr 17
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Curacao NETHERLANDS
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands
AristotelesRoyal Netherlands
Ammon Royal Netherlands
Hermes Royal Netherlands
Hercules Royal Netherlands
Marathon Royal Netherlands
Sirachan Sirachan Sirachan Sirachan Sirachan Sirachan
Apr 2 Apr 10 Apr 16 Apr 24 May 8 May 14
Kingston JAMAICA
AristotelesRoyal Netherlands
Hermes Royal Netherlands
Hercules Royal Netherlands
Sirachan
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Cristobal CANAL ZONE
ImperialChilean
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Puerto Barrios GUATEMALA
Gran LempiraFlomerca
Thor EckertMar 29
Puerto Cortes HONDURAS
Gran LempiraFlomerca
Thor EckertMar 29
Santa Tomas GUATEMALA
Gran LempiraFlomerca
Thor EckertMar 29
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
HordaTorrn
Alice TormI Torm
Southern
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Apr 13 May 1
Algiers ALGERIA
Mallory LykesLykes Brothers
A VesselStates Marine
Sirachan
Smith Kelly
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Ashdod ISRAEL
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Barcelona SPAIN
HordaTorm Southern Apr 13
Alice TormTorm s SouthernMay 1
Doctor Lykestykes Brothers SirachanMay 4
Beirut LEBANON
Mallory Lykeslykes Brothers
Livorno4Hellenic
HordaTorm
GenclikTurkish Cargo
Hellenic PioneerHellenic
Alice TormTorm
Cadiz SPAIN
A Vessel States Marine Smith KellyApr IS
Casablanca MOROCCO
KaslavJugolinijaSmith KellyApr 7
Goran KovacicJugolinijaSmith KellyApr 22
Derince TURKEY
Mallory LykesLykes Brothers SirachanApr 4
Genoa ITALY
Lazzaro MocenigoSidarmaSoutheastern MaritimeApr 5
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers Sirachan May 4
Haifa ISRAEL
Halifax CityZimSouthernApr 13
AnalZimSouthernApr 17
MazalZimSouthernMay 4
Iskenderun TURKEY
Mallory LykesLykes Brothers SirachanApr 4
GenclikTurkish CargoStevensApr 18
Istanbul TURKEY MaUorv Lvkes Lvkes Brothers Sirachan Apr Apr 4
Genclik Stevens 18

Izmir TURKEY Mallory Lvkes Lvkes Brothers Sirachan Apr Apr 4
Genclik Turkish Cargo Stevens 18
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Leixoes PORTUGAL Horda Torm Southern Apr 13 May 1
Alice Torm Torm Southern

Lisbon PORTUGAL
HordaTorm SouthernApr 13
Alice Tomyj Torm Southern May 1
Marseilles FRANCE Lazzaro Mocenigo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Apr 5
Naples ITALY
KastavJugolinijaSmith KellyApr 7
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers SirachanMay 4
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Piraeus GREECE
Livorno Hellenic Stevens Anr 12
A Vessel States Marine Smith St Kelly a I 1C
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Apr 24
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
Kastav Jugolinija Smith ft Kelly Api 7
Goran Kovacic Jugolinija Smith Kelly Apr 22
Salonika GREECE
Livorno HellenicStevensApr 12
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Sousse TUNISIA Mallory Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan Apr 4

Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS Horda Torm Southern Apr 13
Alice Torm Torm Southern May 1

Tripoli LIBYA Livorno Hellenic Stevens Apr 12
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Apr 24
Tunis TUNISIA Doctor Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan May 4

Valencia SPAIN Goran Kovacic Jugolinija Smith Kelly Apr 22
SirachanApr 4
StevensApr 12
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StevensApr 18
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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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Venice ITALY
KasiavJugolinijajjtgXSmith KellyApr 7
Goran Kovacic JugolinijaSmith KellyApr 22
Doctor LykesLykes Brothers StrachanMay 4
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Josef StewingOzeanSlinnes Southeastern MaritimeApr 16
GorredykCombi 1 HohensteinApr 21
PassatOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime Apr 28
Grotedyk Combi HohensteinMay 3
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 6
Grebbedyk Combi Hohenstein May 13
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
GaasterdykHolland America
ItlersumIndependent Guli
GorredykjCombi
GrotedykCombi
GrebbedykhuCombi
HohensteinApr 4
Smith Kelly Apr 6
HohensteinApr 21
Hohenstein May 3
Hohenstein May 13
LeHavre FRANCE
GaasterdykHolland America Hohenstein
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
GorredykCombi Hohenstein
GrotedykCombi Hohenstein
TemeraireHWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
GrebbedykLriiCombi Hohenstein
Apr 4
Apr 10 Apr 21 May 3 May 6 May 13
Antwerp BELGIUM
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes
Hansa TradeRegent
GaasterdykHolland America
Itlersum independent Gull
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed
JopulpRegent
Josef StewingOzeanStinnes
GorredykCombi
Passat OzeanStinnes
GrotedykCombi
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed
Grebbedyk Combi
Southeastern MaritimeApr 2
MJ R Shipping Apr 3
HohensteinApr 4
Smith KellyApr 6
Atlantic StrachanApr 10
J R ShippingApr 11
Southeastern MaritimeApr 16
HohensteinApr 21
Southeastern MaritimeApr 28
HohensteinMay 3
Atlantic StrachanMay 6
HohensteinMay 13
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
Hansa TradeRegentJ R Shipping
GaasterdykHolland America Hohenstein
ItlersumIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
JopulpRegent J R Shipping
Josef StewingOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
GorredykCombi Hohenstein
FassatOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
GrotedykCombi Hohenstein
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan
GrebbedykCombi Hohenstein
Apr 2 Apr 3 Apr 4 Apr 6 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 16 Apr 21 Apr 28 May 3 May 6 May 13
Bremen GERMANY
Olga JacobOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeApr 2
Hansa TradeRegent J R ShippingApr 3
GaasterdykHolland America HohensteinApr 4
HorngoliRegent J R ShippingApr 6
ItlersumIndependent Gulf Smith KellyApr 6
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Apr 10
JopulpRegent J R ShippingApr 11
Josef StewingOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeApr 16
GorredykCombi HohensteinApr 21
PassatIOzeanStinnes Southeastern MaritimeApr 28
GrotedykCombi HohensteinMay 3
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 6
GrebbedykCombi HohensteinMay 13
Hamburg GERMANY
Olga JacobOzeanSlinnes Southeastern MaritimeApr 2
Hansa TradeRegent J R ShippingApr 3
GaasterdykHolland America HohensteinApr 4
HorngolfRegent J R ShippingApr 6
ItlersumIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly Apr 6
ThebenjjgHWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApr 10
JopulpRegent J R ShippingApr 11
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Austral PatriotFarrell
Southeastern MaritimeMar 28
MandarincoreMaritime Fruit Carriers HohensteinApr 5
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern MaritimeApr 8
City of Adelaide Am Australian Smith KellyApr 15
Cap OriegaL Columbus SouthernApr 20
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik StevensApr 21
AnonacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers T Hohenstein Apr 26
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Apr 30
SatsumacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein May 14
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Austral PatriotFarrell Southeastern MaritimeMar 28
Mandarincore Maritime Fruit Carriers HohensteinApr 5
African MeteorFarrell Southeastern MaritimeApr 8
City of Adelaide Am Australian Smith KellyApr 15
Cap OriegaLColumbus Southern Apr 20
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik Stevens Apr 21
AnonacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers HohensteinApr 26
Cap VilanoColumbus SouthernApr 30
SatsumacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers HohensteinMay 14
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Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippines
Phil Pres Osmena
Phil A Luna
Phil Pres Magsaysay Phil Pres Quirino
United Philippine Southern Apr 10
United Philippine Southern Apr 14
MCP Southeastern MaritimeApr 28
United Philippine SouthernMay 1
United Philippine SouthernMay 13
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
PhilippinesUniied PhilippineSouthern
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern
Phil A LunaMCP Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine Southern
Apr 10 Apr 14 Apr 28 May 1 May 13
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
City oi AdelaideAm Australian Smith Kelly
Apr 15
Hong Kong HONG KONG
PhilippinesUnited Philippine r Southern
Export BannerAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Singapore Pride K LineStevens
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine Southern
Export BuyerAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 14 Apr 28 May 1 May 13 May 13
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
PhilippinesUnited Philippine
Phil A Luna MCP
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnitei
Inchon KOREA
Export Banner Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Export BuilderAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Export BuyerAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Apr 11 Apr 28 May 13
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Export Banner Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Hai ChienChina Merchants Southern
Export Builder Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Hai DahChina Merchants Southern
Export Buyer Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 28 Apr 30 May 13
Keelung FORMOSA
Export BannerAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Hai ChienChina Merchants Southern
Singapore PrideK Line Stevens
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Hai DahChina Merchants Southern
Export Buyer Am Export IsbrandtsenStrachan
Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 12 Apr 28 Apr 30 May 13
Kobe JAPAN
Sadoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon
TIT
San Francisco Maru
Fuso Maru
Philippines
Export Banner
Hai Chien
Singapore Pride
Kamoharu Maru
MitsuiO S K
N Y K
United Philippine
Am Export Isbrandtsen
China Merchants
K Line
YamashiiaShinnihon TTT
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine
Boston MaruN Y K
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandtsen
Hai DahChina Merchants
Igaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine iL
Sacramento MaruMitsuiO S K
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine J
Co Inc
Sirachan
Sirachan
Southern
Sirachan
Southern
Stevens
Co Inc
Souihern
Strachan
Slrachan
Souihern
Co Inc
Southern
Sirachan
Southern
Apr 1
Apr 2 Apr 5 Apr 10 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr 14 Apr 20 Apr 28 Apr 30 Apr 30 May 1 May 1 May 13
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Y amawaka Maru Y amashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc
May 13 May 13
Launceston TASMANIA
Pacific Ocean Atlanllrafik
StevensApr 21
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
PhilippinesUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres OsmenacUnited Philippine Southern
Phil A LunaMCP Southeastern Marilime
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres QuirinoUniied Philippine Southern
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Austral PatriotFarrell Southeastern Maritime
MandarincoreMaritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein
African Meteor Farrell Southeastern Maritime
City of Adelaide iUiAm Australian Smith Kelly
Cap OrtegalColumbus Southern
Pacific OceanAtlanllrafik Stevens
AnonacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein
Cap VilanoColumbus Southern
SalsumacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein
Apr 10 Apr 14 Apr 28 May May 13
Mar 28 Apr 5 Apr 8 Apr 15 Apr 20 Apr 21 Apr 26 Apr 30 May 14
Naha JAPAN
Export BannerAm Export Isbrandtsen
Nagoya JAPAN
StrachanApr 11
San Francisco Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan Apr 2
Southern Apr 10 Fuso Maru N Y K Strachan Apr 5
Southern Apr 14 Singapore Pride K Line Stevens Apr 12
Smith pa ctprn Maritime Kamoharu Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Apr 13
Boston Maru N Y K Strachan Apr 20
Southern Mav 13 Igaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Apr 3or
Yamawaka Maru
Osaka JAPAN
Sadoharu Maru
San Francisco Maru
Fuso Maru
Export Banner
Singapore Pride
Kamoharu Maru
Boston Maru
Export Builder
igaharu Maru
Sacramento Maru
Export Buyer
Yamawaka Maru
YamashitaShinnihon
TTT Co IneMay 13
YamashitaShinnihon TTT
MitsuiO S K
N Y Km
Am Export Isbrandtsen
K Line X
YamashitaShinnihon X TTT
N Y K
Am Export Isbrandtsen
YamashiiaShinnihon TTT
MitsuiO S K
Am Export Isbrandtsen
YamashitaShinnihon TTT
Co Ine Sirachan Slrachan Strachan Stevens Co Ine Strachan Strachan Co Ine Strachan Strachan Co Ine
Apr 1 Apr 2 Apr 5 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 13 Apr 20 Apr 28 Apr 30 May 1 May 13 May 13
Pusan KOREA
Export Banner Am Export Isbrandtsen
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandtsen
Export Buyer Am Export Isbrandtsen
Strachan Strachan Strachan
Apr 11 Apr 28 May 13
San Fernando
Phil A LunaMCP
Southeastern MaritimeApr 28
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern Maritime
MandarincoreMaritime Fruit CarriersHohenstein
African Meteor
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
City of AdelaideAm Australian Smith Kelly
Cap OrtegalColumbus Southern
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafikStevens
AnonacoreMaritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern
SalsumacoreMaritime Fruit CarriersHohenstein
Mar 28
Apr 5
Apr 8
Apr 15
Apr 20
Apr 21
Apr 26
Apr 30 May 14
Yokohama JAPAN
Sadoharu MaruYamashiiaShinnihon
TTT Co IncApr 1
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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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
San Francisco Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan Apr 2
Fuso Maru N Y K Strachan Apr 5
Philippines United Philippine Southern Apr 10
Export Banner Am Export lsbrandtsen Strachan Apr 11
Hai Chien China Merchants Southern Anr 12
Singapore Pride K Line Stevens 12
Kamoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Apr 13
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Apr 14
Boston Maru N Y K Strahan Anr 20
Export Builder Am Export lsbrandtsen Strachan Apr 28
Hai Dah China Merchants Souther Anr 30
Igaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Apr 30
V Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern May 1
f Sacramento Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan May 1
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern May 13
Export Buyer Am Export lsbrandtsen Strachan May 13
Yamawaka Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc May 13
PERSIAN GULF
Bahrain IRAQ
Italia Hellenic StevensApr 27
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Italia Hellenic StevensApr 27
Khorramshahr IRAN
ItaliaHellenic StevensApr 27
Kuwait KUWAIT
Italia Hellenic StevensApr 27
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensMay 3
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
i
Aqaba JORDAN
Hellenic SpiritHellenicStevensMay 3
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensMay 3
4 Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensMay 3
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
A Copenhagen DENMARK
Theben WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanApr 10
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMay 6
Gothenburg SWEDEN
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApr 10
A TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMay 6
Helsinki FINLAND
Theben WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanApr 10
Temeraire WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMay 6
Malmo SWEDEN
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApr 10
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanMay 6
Norrkoping SWEDEN
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApr 10
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanMay 6
f
Ship
Oslo NORWAY
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApr 10
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMay 6
Stockholm SWEDEN
ThebenWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanApr 10
TemeraireWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan May 6
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COASJ
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Rio de JaneiroIvaran SouthernApr 5
Marie SkouzLLIArgentine 13 StrachanApr 14
MormacglenMooreMcCormackStrachanApr 18
SalvadorIvaran SouthernApr 18
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 8
Montevideo URUGUAY
Rio de Janeiroivaran SouthernApr 5
MormacglenMooreMcCormackStrachanApr 18
SalvadorIvaran SouthernApr 18
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 8
Paranagua BRAZIL
MormacglenMooreMcCormackStrachanApr 18
Waldemar PinheiroNetumar Southeastern MaritimeMay 2
MormaccoveMooreMcCormackStrachanMay 8
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Rio de JaneiroIvaran SouthernApr 5
MormacglenMooreMcCormackStrachanApr 18
SalvadorIvaran SouthernApr 18
Waldemar PinheiroNetumar Southeastern MaritimeMay 2
MormaccoveMooreMcCormackStrachanMay 8
Santos BRAZIL
Rio de Janeiroivaran SouthernApr 5
MormacglenMooreMcCormackStrachanApr 18
SalvadorIvaran SouthernApr 18
Waldemar PinheiroNetumar Southeastern MaritimeMay 2
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 8
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
ArisiolelesRoyal Netherlands StrachanApr 10
HermesRoyal Netherlands StrachanApr 24
HerculesRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 8
La Guaira VENEZUELA
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands StrachanApr 2
Arisioleles Royal Netherlands StrachanApr 10
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelan Smith Kelly Apr 12
Ammon Royal Netherlands StrachanApr 16
Hermes Royal Netherlands StrachanApr 24
Nueva EspartaVenezuelan Smith KellyApr 26
Hercules Royal Netherlands StrachanMay 8
Marathon Royal NetherlandsStrachanMay 14
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelan Smith KellyApr 12
Nueva EspartaVenezuelan a Smith KellyApr 26
Paramaribo SURINAM
AristotelesRoyal Netherlands StrachanApr 10
HermesRoyal Netherlands Strachan Apr 24
HerculesRoyal Netherlands g StrachanMay 8
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 310 East Bav Street P Box 2747 9122348265 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 1746 East Adams Street P G Box 1504 9043538201 SERVING Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina AGENTS FOR Alcoa Steamship Co American Export lsbrandtsen Line Farrell Lines Florida Motorships Corp Indian Towing Co Maritime Co of the Philippines Motorships Inc Netumar Lines OzeanStinnes Line Saguenay Shipping Ltd Sicfarma Line Transatlantic Shipping Agency Inc Wallenius Line
MARCHAPRIL 1971
21
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
ParthenonRoyal Netherlands StrachanApr 2
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelan Smith KellyApr 12
AmmonRoyal Netherlands StrachanApr 16
Nueva EspartaVenezuelan Smith KellyApr 26
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
ArisiotelesRoyal Netherlands StrachanApr 10
HermesRoyal Netherlands StrachanApr 24
HerculesRoyal Netherlands StrachanMay 8
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
ImperialChilean StrachanApr 18
Arica CHILE
ImperialChilean StrachanApr 18
Callao PERU
ImperiaL Chilean StrachanApr 18
Chanaral CHILE
Imperial Chilean StrachanApr 18
Coquimbo CHILE
ImperiaL Chilean StrachanApr 18
Guayaquil ECUADOR
ImperialChilean StrachanApr 18
Iquiqui CHILE
Imperial Chilean StrachanApr 18
Matarani PERU
ImperiaLChilean StrachanApr 18
San Antonio CHILE
Imperial Chilean StrachanApr 18
Talcahuano CHILE
Imperial Chilean StrachanApr 18
Tocopilla CHILE
ImperialChilean L StrachanApr 18
Valparaiso CHILE
imperial Chilean Strachan Apr 18
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA Steel Architech Isthmian Strachan Apr 6
Flying Cloud Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Apr 10
Vishva Raksha S C I Smith Kelly A nr 10
Exchester Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan
Vishva Shakti S C I Smith Kelly May 1
Jaladhanya Scindia Smith Sc Kelly May 4
Jaladhir Scindia Smith Sc Kelly May 4
Flying Endeavor Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan May 9
Calcutta INDIA
Steel Architech Isthmian Strachan Apr 6
Flying Cloud Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan Apr 10
Vishva Raksha S C I Smith Kelly Apr 10
Exchester Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan Apr 26
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Vishva Shakii S C I Smith KellyMay 1
Hellenic Spirit Hellenic StevensMay 3
JaladhanyaScindia Smith KellyMay 4
JaladhirScindia Smith KellyMay 4
Flying Endeavor Am Export Isbrandlsen StrachanMay 9
Chalna PAKISTAN
Steel ArchitechIsthmian Strachan Apr 6
Flying CloudAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachanApr 10
Exchester Am Export Isbrandlsen StrachanApr 26
Flying EndeavorAm Export Isbrandlsen Strachan May 9
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Steel ArchitechIsthmian StrachanApr 6
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandlsen StrachanApr 10
ExchesterAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanApr 26
Hellenic SpiritHellenic StevensMay 3
Flying EndeavorAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachanMay 9
Djakarta INDONESIA
SudanBlue Sea StrachanApr 3
Menesiheus Blue Sea Strachan Apr 19
MandalayBlue Sea StrachanMay 4
Karachi PAKISTAN
Steel ArchitechIsthmian StrachanApr 6
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandlsen StrachanApr 10
ExchesterAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanApr 26
ItaliaHellenic StevensApr 27
Flying EndeavorAm Export Isbrandlsen StrachanMay 9
Madras INDIA
Steel Architech Isthmian H StrachanApr 6
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan Apr 10
Vishva RakshaS C I Smith KellyApr 10
Exchesterkm Export Isbrandlsen Strachan Apr 26
Vishva ShaktiS C I Smith KellyMay 1
JaladhanyaScindia Smith Kelly May 4
JaladhirScindia Smith KellyMay 4
Flying EndeavorAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachanMay 9
Penang SINGAPORE
Sudan Blue Sea Strachan Apr 3
Menesiheus Blue Sea Strachan Apr 19
Mandalay Blue Sea Strachan May 4
Port Sweetenham SINGAPORE
Sudan Blue Sea Strachan Apr 3
Menesiheus Blue Sea Strachan Apr 19
Mandalay Blue Sea Strachan May 4

Singapore SINGAPORE
Sudan Blue Sea Strachan Apr 3
Menesiheus Blue Sea Strachan Apr 19
Mandalay Blue Sea Strachan May 4
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Dublin IRELAND
NewfoundlandManchester Smith KellyMay 3
London U K
HorngoUCRegent J R Shipping Apr 6
Manchester ENGLAND
NewfoundlandManchester Smith Kelly May 3
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SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
22
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
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
y KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2347267
OCEANIC SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2363430
SAVAGEHARRINGTON INC
Savannah Ga 912 2365596
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
Savannah Ga912 2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
T Brunswick Ga912 2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2346671
Brunswick Ga912 2654919
TEXAS TRANSPORT TERMINAL CO INC Savannah Ga912 2337921
STEVEDORES SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
f ASSOCIATED STEVEDORES Savannah Ga 912 9644913
HARRINGTON CO INC Savannah Ga 912 2365596
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO Savannah Ga 912 2342621
A SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah Ga 912 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO Savannah Ga 912 2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Ga Brunswick Ga 912 912 2323151 2657588
A STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL Savannah Ga Brunswick Ga CO 912 912 2338131 2654734
4 STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Ga Brunswick Ga 912 912 2346671 2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO Savannah Ga 912 2339343
f W G CARROLL CO INC Savannah Ga 912 2322101
Atlanta Ga 404 8736939
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Savannah Ga 912 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY Savannah Ga 912 2321119
t HARPER ROBINSON CO Savannah Ga 912 2344451
J K EBBERWEIN Savannah Ga 912 2326184
J JOHN S JAMES Savannah Ga 912 2320211
Atlanta Ga 404 7667565
I E L MOBLEY Savannah Ga 912 2340686
D J POWERS Savannah Ga 912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga 912 2360206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah Ga 912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Ga 912 2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL Savannah Ga CO 912 2338131
Brunswick Ga 912 2654734
C M THOMPSON JR Savannah Ga 912 2324338
4 GEORGE W WISE JR Savannah Ga 912 2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS SERVING THE PORTS
OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
ARCHAPRIL 1971
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
OLDSTEIN CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS
Atlanta Ga404 8747809
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 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 9646972
ATLANTIC TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645643
BENTON TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 9646972
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 9646835
BROWN TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP
Savannah Ga 912 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 9646391
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646921
CHATHAM TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321600
COASTAL TRANSPORT TRADING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2345183
COWART TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2345618
CRESCENT MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2345618
DURRENCE TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO
Savannah Ga912 9646954
FIVE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646052
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
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2328124
Brunswick Ga912 2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 9646911
HOWARD HALL COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640784
J M TRANSPORT COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645128
JOHNSON BRUCE TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2342715
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 9641707
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT
Savannah Ga912 9646972
M M TANK LINES
Savannah Ga912 9644341
Brunswick Ga912 2643394
McLEAN TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646181
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645581
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
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Open Bulk Carriers Ltd 4
Ga Power Via Brunswick 6
Antwerp Mission 8
Red Carpet Tour 10
Mayor Massell 12
Claude Newman 14
Port News 16
Sailing Schedule 21
Port Directory 27
Open Bulk Carriers Limited introduce new highly specialized vessels at the Port of Savannah to expedite the handling of paper products See page 4 of this issue for full details
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OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
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
W D Trippe Cedartown SecretaryTreasurer
Frank S Cheatham Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
George J Nichols Savannah Comptroller
Fred Whelan Atlanta Director Trade Development
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Don K Brideson Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
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An areas attractiveness can be measured not only by the number of visitors it has but more accurately by the caliber of those who come to call It is significant therefore that several distinguished groups have visited Georgia within the past few months attracted by Georgias prominence among the states of the Southeast
In April some forty blue chip industrialists visited Georgia as participants in the now wellknown Red Carpet Industrial Tour sponsored by the Industrial Development Council of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce They came they saw and they were impressed by the vigor of Georgias industrial growth
During the month of May another distinguished group visited Georgia as representatives of the Belgian Govern
ment the City of Antwerp and Port of Antwerp Promotion Association in addition to executives from several Economic Associations and private firms Their mission was that of promoting trade and commerce between Georgia and the Port of Antwerp within the Antwerp port area We are honored to have them with us
And last but certainly not least we were particularly pleased to have had Atlantas Mayor Sam Massell and his party visit the Port of Savannah for the first time Mayor Massell observed The facilities are of significant economic value to the entire state particularly Atlanta since Atlanta is the center of commerce and industry in the southeastern region this is our gateway to the world by water
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Open Bulk Carriers Limited
Initiate New Cargo Concept at Savannah
Open Bulk Carriers Limited a joint operation of Wilh Wilhelmsen Oslo and Leitch Transport Toronto now are serving Savannah regularly for primary carriage of paper products to North Continental Europe and both paper products and containerized cargo to the United Kingdom Usual ports of call in Europe are London Bremen Hamburg Antwerp and Rotterdam
Introduction of these highly specialized vessels was through long planning on the part of these Norwegian and Canadian owners who recognized the need for offering to shippers the economies that are required to compete in the sale of paper products particularly linerboard and woodpulp These economies are realized through fast cargo loading and discharge methods Vacuum lift is used for linerboard and systems of utilization are employed for woodpulp Also the ves
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sels have been designed with large capacity for cargo so that far greater quantities can be prorated against the normal voyage costs for a vessel Further the shippers are offered the benefit of virtually no cargo damage when compared to conventional methods for shipping these products
Five new vessels of ARCTIC TROLL design soon will have been completed for Open Bulk Each is about 32500 deadweight tons and with an underdeck capacity of approximately 1250000 cubic feet Ships holds are square shaped throughout rather than having any curvature which assists the working performance on the cargo and does much in itself to prevent cargo damage
There are three sets of Hagglunds cranes of Swedish design on deck of each vessel with flexibility of working all six hatches simultaneously when needed The cranes are
equipped with Munck gear developed and manufactured in Bergen Norway by which up to ten rolls of linerboard can be handled per lift This is by individual vacuum pads that are placed simultaneously on top of linerboard rolls that have been aligned dockside in proper order For this alignment procedure Strachan Shipping Company agent for the line has made available large dollies capable of accommodating ten rolls from the transit shed and then moving the rolls alongside vessel for the Munck gear loading
Bales of woodpulp are loaded in quantities of 72 bales per lift This is by preunitization on part of the shipper in unit lots of six bales then by vessels special spreader gear that can hoist twelve units together
Benefits of this operation are far reaching Because of the economies of the system the shippers are placed in a more competitive posi
tion for sales in the overseas market and by this increase in volume of exports the various interests involved including the rail and truck lines dock and other labor terminal operators stevedoring companies etc are confronted with greater activity
Vessels of Open Bulk fly the British Flag Management of the vessels is by Denahm Company Glasgow
Westbound from Europe the vessels become automobile carriers Design of the ships are such that there can be automatic placement of six cardecks in each of the six hatches with total capacity for about 2200 autos
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The Georgia Powers Edwin I Hatch Nuclear Plant left will V cost 150 million the largest industrial development in the history of the State of Georgia Below the 104000 pound nuclear cone structure is lifted from the barge and loaded on a special rail car at the Brunswick State Docks
Plant Edwin I Hatch Georgia Power Companys first nuclearfueled steamelectric generating station is un
der construction 10 miles north of Baxley in Southeast Georgia The site is a 2000 acre tract adjacent to the Altamaha River and along the ToombsAppling County line The plant will have two units each with a generat
ing capacity of 800000 kilowatts
Water transportation and the Georgia Ports Authoritys deepwater terminal at Brunswick are playing key roles in the construction of the 150 million Nuclear Plant
Water proved to be the only means of transportation for the huge 700 ton nuclear reactor vessel constructed for the plant by Combustion Engineering Inc located
at Chattanooga Tenn
In reaching the site the nuclear vessel took the 2500 mile scenic route from Chattanooga via the Tennessee
River Ohio River Mississippi River Intra Coastal Waterway and the final 112 miles up the Altamaha River
Other smaller components consisting of the 104000 pound stainless steel cone structure the cone support weighing 15000 pounds and the shroud weighing 76000 pounds were off loaded from the barge at the Brunswick State Docks and placed on special rail cars for the
final leg to the plant site
The construction of Georgia Powers Edwin I Hatch Nuclear Plant is on schedule and the plant will begin producing electricity in three years according to Company officials
The plants first 800000 kilowatt unit will be completed in the latter part of 1973 A second unit of equal size is scheduled for service in 1976 The nuclearfueled station is being built on the Altamaha River near Baxley in southeast Georgia
Richard E Conway superintendent of generating plant construction reports that the lightbulbshaped containment vessel which will house the reactor for Unit No 1 is virtually complete
Nearly 450 men presently are working on the project Over 1000 will be employed in later peak stages of construction
As of June 30 some 7000 tons of reinforcing steel have been used in the project and over 57000 cubic yards of concrete have been poured Major piping and electrical work will start in September
The plant represents the largest single industrial investment in the States history
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Antwerp Mission Visits Atlanta and Savannah

Governor Jimmy Carter right discusses international trade with left to right Gen
Louis Truman Director Georgia Department of industry and Trade Dr F E
Gyssens President of the Antwerp Freight Forwarders Association and Mr Robert L A
Van Overberghe Consul General of Belgium in Atlanta
A portion of a 38 member Mission of the Port of Antwerp to the United States spent a few days in Atlanta with a special one day trip to the State Dock facilities at Savannah
The Mission composed of representatives of the Belgian Government the City of Antwerp members of the Port of Antwerp Promotion Association and delegates of several Antwerp Economic Associations and private firms are visiting the US for the promotion of specific port traffic between this country and Antwerp and the stimulation of industrial development of the Antwerp area
Antwerp is one of the booming industrial centers of the European Common Market and the third most important port in the world handling almost 80 million tons of goods in 1970
In addition to the Georgia visit the Mission observed Port of Antwerp Day in New York New Orleans Houston and Chicago
While in Atlanta the group toured the city and were hosted at a luncheon where they met Governor Jimmy Carter
At Savannah the Mission members enjoyed a harbor tour where they observed first hand the South Atlantics largest port in operation
Above enjoying the Savannah harbor tour are left to right R Van Outryve dYdewalle Adviser to the Minister Secretary of State for Regional Economy H F Kerremans Managing Director Steinmann Co and R M J A Konings Managing Director Belgian Bank for Industry
Center the ladies enjoy a chat as well as the harbor cruise They are left to right Mrs Leon Felix Mrs Jack Welsh and Miss M Boqwens Manager Port of Antwerp Production Association
Pictured below in deep concentration on the harbor and port operations are left to right Jack Welsh Director International Trade Georgia Dept of Industry Trade James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations Georgia Ports Authority A Goris Assistant Manager NAVEX NV and Charles Simon Assistant District Director US Customs Savannah
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Left Georgias first family Gov Mrs Carter and young Amy Carter greet tour members on the steps of the Governors Mansion in Atlanta
Below left two old neighbors get together as host J D Holt left Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority poses with guest Ken Rankin Asst General Manager Real Estate Armstrong Cork Company Lancaster Penn The two were born and reared on adjoining farms in Northern Ohio and had not seen each other for 20 years
Below hosts and tour members test their sea legs on a trip through the Savannah harbor
The eleventh Red Carpet Industrial Tour of Georgia sponsored by the Georgia Chamber of Commerce Industrial Development Council has again introduced a group of top industrialists to a New Georgia
This years guest list appeared to be a summary of the 1971 edition of Whos Who in USA Industry
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with 40 top executives from the nations blue chip industries participating in an aerial survey of most of Georgia with stops in Atlanta Columbus Albany Savannah and Augusta
The members of the Chambers Industrial Development Council consists of business leaders from all
sections of the State whose efforts are directed toward improving the business climate making it even more attractive to outside interests These Council members served as host to the visiting industrialists providing instant information on all facets of Georgias industrial potential
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Atlanta Mayor Sam Massell got his first glimpse of Savannahs port facilities in early April and liked what he saw very much
The facilities are of significant economic value to the entire state particularly Atlanta since Atlanta is the center of commerce and industry for this region this is our gateway to the world by water Mayor Massell said
All Atlanta firms handling import and export business would do well to consider the availability of these well maintained facilities
Accompanied on the tour of Garden City and Ocean Terminals by William B Schwartz Jr Atlanta real estate developer Savannah Mayor Pro Tern Frank P Rossiter and Jim Bisson Public Relations Director of the Georgia Ports Authority Mayor Massell bombarded the Savannahians with questions about the value of the state owned port facilities means of financing them and their economic impact on the Georgia economy
He was told by Bisson that an estimated 1 million impact is felt by the states economy each day as a result of Georgias ports and port related industry
Mayor Massell had come to Savannah for a family reunion His sister Mrs Philip Solomons Savannah a member of the Port Committee of the Savannah Chamber of Commerce arranged the Saturday morning tour of the Savannah waterfront terminals The Atlanta Mayor chatted with longshoremen as they unloaded jute carpet backing from a Greek freighter and strolled through the transit sheds and back storage warehouses getting a firsthand glimpse of the wide range of commodities handled in and out of the port
He said the area of facilities is very impressive and much more expansive than casual observation would indicate
Above right Atlantas Mayor Sam Massell on his first tour of the State port facilities discusses cargo operations at Savannah with longshoreman George Reedy
Below Mayor Massell and William B Schwartz Jr
Center Atlanta Real Estate Developer are guided on their tour by Savannahs Mayor Pro Tern Frank P Rossiter

Claude Newman GPA Director of Traffic and Commerce Retires
J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority has announced the retirement of Claude H Newman Director of Traffic and Commerce at Atlanta Georgia as of May 31 1971
Mr Newman has been active in the transportation field since 1924 when he was first employed by the Southern Railway in Washington D C and later transferred to Atlanta He came to the Georgia Ports Authority from the Traffic Department of the Waterman Steamship Company in 1955
He served as President of the South Atlantic and Caribbean Ports Association President of the Transportation Club of Atlanta was on the Board of Governors of the Southern Traffic League and on the Presidents Regional Export Expansion Council
Below center the affair was a great success with E Paul Schiling District Manager of Sales for the Milwaukee Road Railroad Co serving as master of ceremonies
Below left Claude is flanked by the GPA Top BrassW D Trippe left SecretaryTreasurer and Robert H Tharpe Sr Chairman of the Authority
Left James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations for the GPA long time friend and associate of Claude offers his congratulations on a job well done and best wishes for many relaxing years of retirement
Below the old Atlanta Gang poses with the bossleft to right Lovell Surber General Southern Agent Claude Sam Lloyd Traffic Manager and Grady Duncan Assistant Traffic Manager
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World Trade Club Observes Georgia Ports Night
The April meeting of the Alabama World Trade Club was proclaimed Georgia Ports night with J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority as guest speaker
Addressing the influential group of shippers from the Birmingham area Mr Holt explained the operations and traffic patterns of the Authoritys two deepwater terminals at Savannah and Brunswick and its inland barge complexes at Augusta Bainbridge and Columbus
After the meeting members officers and guest speaker crowded around the
lovely Miss Birmingham Transportation for a photograph They are belowleft to right Joe Palmer ONeal Steel Marion Poole Bowman Transportation J D Holt J V LeBeau MacMillan Bloedel United Inc Eddie Hobbs Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Janice Jones Miss Birmingham Transportation Colonial Fast Freight Lines Walter Boyce American Cast Iron Pipe Company Jack Sanford Savannah Food industries Inc Glenn Taylor Southern Railway Charlie Moultis U S Pipe and Foundry John A Fennell Rust Engineering Company President Alabama World Trade Club
Whelan Named Director of Trade Development
headquarters in Atlanta Georgia He will be responsible for trade development and traffic transportation matters with all Georgia Ports Authority offices in the USA and foreign offices in Bonn Germany and Tokyo Japan
For the past 10 years Whelan has been Western Regional Manager for the
GPA at Chicago Illinois Prior to joining the Authority he was railroad Foreign Freight Manager and his background covers service with the Chesapeake Ohio Railway and the Chicago Eastern Illinois Railroad During his railroad tenure he served on the Southern Ports Foreign Freight Committee
Mr Whelan was born in Montreal Canada and received formal education in that country He has been active in the International Trade Club of Chicago the Traffic Club of Chicago and various world trade clubs in the midwest He is also a member of the Railroad Foreign Freight and Ocean Freight Agents Associations
Brideson Appointed Western Regional Manager
Mr Don K Brideson has been appointed Western Regional Manager for the Georgia Ports Authority with offices at Chicago Illinois He will have jurisdiction over Trade development and traffic matters for GPA in the midwest and western states
Mr Brideson a graduate of the College of Advanced Traffic Chicago Ill
inois has 15 years of Transportation experience with the Mpls St Louis Railroad Chicago Eastern Illinois Railroad and Florida East Coast Railway
As Regional Manager for the Florida East Coast Railway Mr Brideson had jurisdiction over all sales and service matters in the midwest and western states Sales efforts for the FEC included ExportImport traffic for Florida Ports via that road
Born and educated in Iowa Mr Brideson resides in Park Forest Illinois with his wife son and daughter
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Combi Line Offers Additional Services to Brunswick and Savannah
Two great Dutch and German steamship lines are combining to provide greatly improved shipping services to and from Savannah and Brunswick to North Continental Europe
HapagLloyd AG and HollandAmerica Line have just announced they will jointly operate their present cargo services between U S Gulf and South Atlantic Ports and the Continent The new combined service will operate under the trade name Combi Line
The centuryold HollandAmerica Line has offered service to and from Savannah and Brunswick for more than eight years Sailings have averaged better than three each month to the ports of LeHavre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg Inbound arrivals have been kept on a two weeks basis
Hapag Lloyd with its fleet of 111 vessels will be a powerful addition to the Savannah and Brunswick Port Family
Up until the present time the German flag line has been confining its activity principally to the North Atlantic and Gulf
By integrating shipping schedules these two long established steamship lines will be in position to offer vastly improved service
Combi Line will provide increased container facilities on fast modern vessels which are also equipped to carry general and reefer cargo as well as heavy lifts Inbound service direct from United Kingdom will also be offered
Next year the Line will provide a LASH type service with two 43000 ton barge carriers presently under construction in Belgium Biehl Company Inc have been appointed general agents in the USA for Combi Line Hohenstein Shipping Company are the agents in Savannah and Brunswick

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lOU rs Port visited the port facilities of the Georgia Ports Authority and observed Georgia peanuts being loaded aboard the Norwegian freighter Theben destined for Europe
Miss George had lunch on board the Theban as a guest of the ships Captain A Thygesen left Also pictured with Miss America is Peter Norboge of Strachan Shipping Company agent for the vessel

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Security Chiefs
Security Chiefs confer on international security problems Chief Security Officer P N K Henderson right of the Felixstowe Docks in England is pictured with GPA Security Chief William Kilroy Jr as they discuss mutual security problems Chief Henderson was awarded a Churchill Traveling Fellowship which enables him to study firsthand port police and security arrangements in the United States Chief Henderson stated that Savannah was included on his itinerary because of the many inbound vessels to his terminals from Savannah
Captain Brockinton Chief Pilot at Brunswick Retires
For nearly half a century Captain A A Brockinton has piloted ships into and out of the Brunswick harbor His knowledge of the harbor and his dedication to duty for the past 40 years stand as a tribute to the man and his profession
On March 31st Captain Brockinton was honored at a testimonial luncheon sponsored by the Brunswick Port Authority and the Board of Pilot Commissioners In the upper photo Captain Brockinton left is presented an inscribed silver pitcher by I M Aiken Chairman of the BPA Looking on is Edwin Fendig Jr who takes over the helm as Master Pilot In the lower photo the Captain is congratulated by John Stubbs center General Manager BPA and Cecil Gnann General Manager Brunswick State Docks
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MormacrigelRobinMooreMcCormack Slrachan iSi Aug 12
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Port Elizabeth East London
Durban Lourenco Marques Reira
African SunFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 14
Mormacaltair RobinMooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 22
African MercuryFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 28
Hellenic PrideHellenic StevensJuly 28
ElbelandSouth African MarineSmith KellyJuly 30
Hellenic TorchHellenic Stevens Aug 2
MormacrigelRobinMooreMcCormack StrachanAug 12
S A Welievreden South African MarineSmith KellyAug 13
African DawnFarrell SSi Southeastern MaritimeAug 18
Hellenic SplendorHellenicStevensAug 23
Hellenic HeroHellenic Stevens Sept 6
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster Strachan July 21
Oli RiverSlack Sea StrachanAug 4
Cotonue WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 21
Dakar WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 21
Oti RivervBlack Sea Strachan Aug 4
Douala WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster Strachan July 21
Oti RiverBlack Sea StrachanAug 4
Freetown WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 21
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster Strachan July 21
Oti RiverBlack Sea StrachanAug 4
Libreville WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 21
Lome WEST AFRICA
DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 21
Luanda Range WEST AFRICA
Nopal Tellus Oivind Lorenizen Smith KellyJuly 30
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
Dalla Chargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 21
Nopal TellusOivind Lorenizen Smith Kelly July 30
Oti RiverBlack Sea StrachanAug 4
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DallaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 21
Takoradi WEST AFRICA
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Tema WEST AFRICA
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Oti River Black Sea Strachan Aug 4
Warri WEST AFRICA
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Sea Saga Seaway HohensteinJuly 20
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Chiron Royal Netherlands StrachanJuly 23
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Naples ITALY
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Stevens
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Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
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Hong Kong HONG KONG
Export BannerAm Export Isbrandlsen
Portugal Mani K Line
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PhilippinesUnited Philippine
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Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandlsen
Export CourierAm Export Isbrandlsen
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Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 20
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 27
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Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine SouthernAug 13
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Inchon KOREA
Export BannerAm Export Isbrandlsen StrachanJuly 10
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Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Export BannerAm Export Isbrandlsen StrachanJuly 10
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Hai ChienChina MerchantsSouthernJuly 23
Export Builder Am Export Isbrandlsen StrachanAug 4
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Export CourierAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanAug 31
Keelung FORMOSA
Export BannerAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 10
Portugal MaruK LineStevensJuly 17
Export ChallengerAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 18
Hai ChienChina MerchantsSouthernJuly 23
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandlsen StrachanAug 4
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandlsen StrachanAug 15
Export CourierAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanAug 31
Kobe JAPAN
Export BannerAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 10
Portugal MaruK LineStevensJuly 17
Export ChallengerAm Export Isbrandlsen StrachanJuly 18
Phil Pres RoxasUnited PhilippineSouthern July 20
Boston Maru N Y KStrachanJuly 22
Hai ChienChina Merchants SouthernJuly 23
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 27
San Francisco Mara MilsuiO S K StrachanJuly 31
PhilippinesUnited Philippine SouthernAug 2
Export BuilderAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanAug 4
Kamoharu MaraYamashilaShinnihon TTT Co IncAug 5
Howa MaraJapanHohensteinAug 6
Tacoma MaraMitsuiO S K StrachanAug 8
Fushimi MaraN Y KStrachanAug 10
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited PhilippineSouthernAug 13
Y a maw aka MaraYamashilaShinnihonTTT Co IncAug 13
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanAug 15
Shizuoka MaraN Y KStrachan Aug 23
Yamaald Mara YamashilaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Aug 28
Sacramento MaruMilsuiO S K StrachanAug 30
Export CourierAm Export IsbrandtsenStrachanAug 31
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Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Port AlbanyPace StrachanJuly 21
Austral PatriotFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 24
Eastern TraderPaceStrachanAug 3
African NeptuneJarrellSoutheastern MaritimeAug 19
GimlelandAllanttraiik StevensAug 26
Melbourne StarPace StrachanAug 29
Pacific OceanAtlanltrafik StevensSept 11
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Port Kembla AUSTRALIA
Port AlbanyPace StrachanJuly 21
Eastern TraderPace StrachanAug 3
Melbourne StarPace StrachanAug 29
Pusan KOREA
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Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanAug 4
Export BuyerAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanAug 15
Export Courier Am Export Isbrandlsen StrachanAug 31
San Fernando
Phil RizalMCPSoutheastern MaritimeAug 14
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Port AlbanyPace
Austral PatriotFarrell
Eastern TraderPace
African NeptuneFarrell
GimlelandAtlanltrafik
Melbourne StarPace
Pacific OceanAtlanltrafik
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K Line Stevens July 17
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MilsuiO S K Strachan Aug 30
StrachanJuly 21
Southeastern MaritimeJuly 24
StrachanAug 3
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StevensAug 26
StrachanAug 29
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Yamawaka MaraYamashitaShinnihonTTT Co Inc
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Judith SchulteStates Marine 1 Smith 8c KellyJuly 87
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Judith SchulteStates Marine Smith 8c KellyJuly 87
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SagaholmThe Swedish Atlantic StrachanAug 7
Helsinki FINLAND
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Malmo SWEDEN
SagaholmThe Swedish AtlanticStrachanAug 7
Norrkoping SWEDEN
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Oslo NORWAY
SagaholmThe Swedish Atlantic SirachanAug 7
Stockholm SWEDEN
SagaholmThe Swedish AtlanticStrachanAug 7
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Buenos Aires ARGENTINA Snn Panin I varan Southern July 83 July 84
Mormaccove MooreMcCormack Strachan
Almarbate Stewart Buenos Airea Argentine Ivaran Strachan Southern July 87 July 8 Aug 5
Rio de la Plata Argentine Strachan
MAvmnrlvnv MooreMcCormack 1 Strachan Auq 13

Montevideo URUGUAY
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern July 88
MomncfrOvs MooreMcCormack Strachan July 84
Buenos Aires Ivaran Southern July 8
Mormaclynx MooreMcCormack Sirachan Aug 13
Paranagua BRAZIL
Marcos Souza DantasNetumarSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 18
MosqueiroNetumarSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 81
Cabo de Santa MartaLloyd BrasileoStevensJuly 83
It
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Mormaccove MooreMcCormack July 24 Aug 13
Mormaclynx MooreMcCormack Strachan
Porto Alegre BRAZIL Cabo de Santa Marla Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 23
Recife BRAZIL Cabo de Santa Marta Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 23
Rio de Janeiro Marcos Souza Dantas BRAZIL Netumar Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime Southern July 18 July 21
Mosqueiro Netumar
Sao Paulo Ivaran
Cabo de Santa Maria Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 22 July 23
Mormaccove MooreMcCormack kachan
Buenos Aires Ivaran July 24
Mormaclynx MooreMcCormack southern Strachan July 29 Aug 13
Santos BRAZIL Marcos Souza Dantas Mosqueiro Nelumar Netumar Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime Southern July 18 July 21
Sao Paulo Ivaran
Cabo de Santa Marta Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 22 July 23
Mormaccove MooreMcCormack Tlllsp 04
Buenos Aires Ivaran South en jury Tfilsv AA
Mormaclynx MooreMcCormack Strachan juiy zy Aug 13
Vitoria BRAZIL Mosqueiro Netumar Southeastern Maritime Stevens July 21 July 23
Cabo da Santa Marta Lloyd Brasileiro

SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST 1
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Nueva EspartaVenezuelan
VaracuyVenezuelan
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Nueva EspartaVenezuelan
VaracuyVenezuelan
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Nueva Esparta Venezuelan
YaracuyVenezuelan
Smith ft KellyJuly 20
Smith ft KellyAug 3
Smith ft KellyJuly 20
Smith ft KellyAug 3
Smith ft KellyJuly 20
Smith ft Kelly Aug 3
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Exbrook
Jalapalaka
Exford
JalagopaL
Executor
Vishva Tirth
Flying Cloud
Vishva Darshan
Calcutta INDIA
ExbrookAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
JalapalakaScindia Smith ft Kelly
ExfordAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Hellenic PrideHellenic Stevens
JalagopaLScindia Smith ft Kelly
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Vishva TirthS C I Smith ft Kelly
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Vishva DarshanS C I Smith ft Kelly
Hellenic LaurelHellenic Stevens
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Scindia Smith ft Kelly
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Scindia Smith ft Kelly
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
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Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
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ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanAug 9
Flying CloudAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanAug 20
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Exbrook Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 18
ExfordAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanJuly 28
Hellenic PrideHellenic StevensJuly 28
Executor Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanAug 9
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Colombo CEYLON Hellenic Pride Hellenic Stevens July 28
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Hellenic PrideHellenic
ExecutorAm Export Isbrandtsen
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Hellenic LaurelHellenic
StrachanJuly 18
Strachan July 28
StevensJuly 28
StrachanAug 9
StrachanAug 20
StevensAug 30
Madras INDIA
Exbrook Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Jalapalaka Scindia Smith 8c Kelly
Exford Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
JalagopaL Scindia Smith 8t Kelly
Executor Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
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Laomedon Blue Sea Strachan
Memnon Blue Sea Strachan
Sudan Blue Sea Strachan
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Laomedon Blue Sea Strachan
Memnon Blue Sea Strachan
Sudan Blue Sea Strachan
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STEAMSHIP AGENTS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA ATLANTIC AGENCIES INC
Savannah Ga912 2337123
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
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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
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Savannah Ga912 2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
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Savannah Ga912 2338131
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STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2346671
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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 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 Ga 912 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 Ga 912 2339343
W G CARROLL CO INC Savannah Ga 912 2322101
Atlanta Ga 404 8736939
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC Savannah Ga 912 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY Savannah Ga 912 2321119
HARPER ROBINSON CO Savannah Ga 912 2344451
J K EBBERWEIN Savannah Ga 912 2326184
JOHN S JAMES Savannah Ga 912 2320211
Atlanta Ga 404 7667565
E L MOBLEY Savannah Ga 912 2340686
D J POWERS Savannah Ga 912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2360206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
C M THOMPSON JR
Savannah Ga912 2324338
GEORGE W WISE JR
Savannah Ga912 2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS SERVING THE PORTS
OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
OLDSTE IN CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS
Atlanta Ga404 8747809
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2350206
DONALD R WINTER
Atlanta Ga404 7615974
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL C G WILLIS INC
Paulsboro N J 609 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 9646972
ATLANTIC TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645643
BENTON TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 9646972
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 9646835
BROWN TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP
Savannah Ga912 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 9646391
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646921
CHATHAM TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321600
COASTAL TRANSPORT TRADING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2345183
COWART TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2345618
CRESCENT MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2345618
DURRENCE TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO
Savannah Ga912 9646954
FIVE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646052
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
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2328124
Brunswick Ga912 2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 9646911
HOWARD HALL COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640784
J M TRANSPORT COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645128
JOHNSON BRUCE TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2342715
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 9641707
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT
Savannah Ga912 9646972
M M TANK LINES
Savannah Ga912 9644341
Brunswick Ga912 2643394
McLEAN TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 9646181
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645581
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
Savannah Ga912 9640262
OLD DOMINION FREIGHT LINE
Savannah Ga912 2360337
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646415
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2348823
PLOOF TRANSFER COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640245
Brunswick Ga912 2652030
NOTE WHERE NO BRUNSWICK LISTING IS SHOWN
R C MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646931
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga912 2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 9646484
Brunswick Ga912 2652233
TERMINAL TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9645653
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9641411
WATKINS CAROLINA EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645128
WEDSON TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9641831
WOOTEN TRANSFER CO INC
Savannah Ga912 9644347
YOUNGBLOOD TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9640413
RAILROADS SERVING THE PORTS SAVANNAH
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY CO912 2322203
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RY CO 912 2322203
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO 912 2339203
BRUNSWICK
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO 912 2652966
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO912 2655310
TOWING COMPANIES ATLANTIC TOWING CO
Savannah Ga912 2328103
COASTAL TOWING CO
Brunswick Ga912 2657519
PILOT ASSOCIATION SAVANNAH PILOTS ASSOCIATION
Savannah Ga912 2360226
BRUNSWICK PILOTS ASSOCIATION Brunswick Ga912 6382182
EXPORT PACKING AND DRUMMING CARGO SERVICES CO
Savannah Ga912 2366075
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
Savannah Ga912 9641811
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES CITIZENS SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK
Savannah Ga912 234505
LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO
Savannah Ga912 2334111
SAVANNAH BANK 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 Faircloth Baker Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection and Control
Charles P Simon Ext 264
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification and Value
Gilbert Donaldson Ext 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 J Poole 2324321 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 Mclntire 2324321 Ext 204
AUXILIARY SERVICES INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director Charles Nelson 25 Houston 2342438
CONSULS
BRAZILJack M Sayler 2342266
DENMARK Oscar M Hansen 2322141
FRANCE Edwin J Middleton 8971969
ITALY Joseph M Cafiero 3550586
NETHERLANDS A G Van Schaick 2346646
NORWAY Peter Norboge 2346671
SWEDEN Peter Norboge 2346671
VENEZUELA Sr Jorge Manrique 2341005
USE SAVANNAH NUMBER FOR BRUNSWICK SERVICE
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Das wichtigste ist und bleibt jedoch der spitze Bleistift mit dem wir kalkulieren Und kalkulieren knnen weil Savannah ein schneller rationeller Hafen ist Und mitdem unsere Freunde kalkulieren die EisenbahnGesellschaften die FerntransportUnternehmen Ihre Frachttarife in die 13 Staaten unseres Hinterlandes gehren zu den niedrigsten der USA Nicht zuletzt weil diese 13 Staaten von keinem anderen USHafen schneller und besser erreicht werden knnen
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GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
Deutz Tractors FIATA Congress
Kawasaki
Delta Nu Alpha Georgia Foreign Trade Port News
Georgia Ports Week
Port Directory
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Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah ViceChairman o Robert C Norman Augusta
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24 Richard M Scarlett Brunswick
James C Barbre Dalton W D Trippe Cedartown SecretaryTreasurer 19 Frank S Cheatham Savannah Attorney
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Deutz Tractor Corporation has picked Savannah as its port of entry for its vast line of farm tractors A warehouse and service center has been set up at the port and a national distribution center opened in Atlanta The pretty lady on our cover is Mrs Hinz wife of Dr Siegfried Hinz Senior Vice President of KHD Thats Dr Hinz in the photo giving his wife a few back seat driver pointers on a recent visit to Savannah For full details on Deutz in Savannah see page 4
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
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Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
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Little did that early day genius born and bred in Mesopotamia some 4000 years ago know when he invited the wheel that Arthur Haley author of Airport would some day immortalize the inventor by his new book Wheels Nor does history record whether the inventors name was Wheel or Charlie
One must also surmise that the inventor of the wheel had little knowledge of the important role that wheeled machinery would play in modern day import and export commerce between the nations of the world
For years easily recognized names such as Westinghouse Air Brake American Motors Allis Chalmers Ford Caterpillar John Deere Buick Opel and others have moved wheeled tractors combines automobiles earth moving equipment etc through our ports and now we are pleased to welcome Deutz tractors and Kawasaki motorcycles to the fold See pages 4 and 8
The little wheelmaker has long since departed the scene but his legacy of 4000 years ago still exists in the form of foreign trading in wheeled machinery and vehicles Little did he know
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L H Haanebrink President of Deutz Tractor Corporation Atlanta Georgia and Dr Siegfried Hinz Senior Vice President of KHD KlocknerHumboldtDeutz AG
Cologne Germany discuss the American firms new warehouse and service facilities at the Port of Savannah Georgia during the German business leaders visit to the U S in October
Deutz Tractors Via Savannah

James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations for the Georgia Ports Authority discusses Deutz Tractor Corporations lease with Mr Haanebrink In the lower photograph Savannahs Mayor John Rousakis presents Dr and Mrs Siegfried Hinz with a key to the City on their recent visit
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One of West Germanys oldest and largest manufacturers KHD KlocknerHumboldtDeutz is now shipping their Deutz aircooled diesel farm tractors via Savannah for marketing in the U S by Atlantabased Deutz Tractor Corporation
The Georgia firm which has been in operation a little more than two years has entered into a longterm lease with the Georgia Ports Authority for warehouse and service facilities at the Garden City terminal More than an acre of outside storage area is also being leased and provisions have been made to increase the area during peak sales periods
KHD manufactures a complete line of tractors for the American market ranging from 30 to 105 horsepower The giant firm employs more than 47000 persons Together with its affiliates it has sales in excess of 12 billion annually and is the worlds largest manufacturer of aircooled diesel engines It it the worlds sec
ond largest manufacturer of all types of diesel engines
Deutz Tractor Corporation now sells its tractors in 20 eastern and midwestern states through more than 400 dealers Sales have more than doubled this year over the previous year L H Haanebrink President of the firm said plans call for greatly increasing the number of dealers in 1972 and the area served
Asked why Deutz sales are climbing so rapidly when tractor sales generally have been declining Mr Haanebrink pointed to several unique features of Deutz tractors which have strong appeal to farmers Our aircooled diesel engine he said is one of our strongest selling features It allows higher fuel efficiency more complete combustion and lowers exhaust emission Air cooling also eliminates radiators hoses fans and other components Thus one of the major sources of downtime eliminated The craftsmanship that goes
into the manufacture of Deutz tractors is another reason For example our engines are machined so accurately they need no head gaskets Its very important for farmers to have tractors that can go into the fields and stay there with virtually no problems
In discussing his decision to lease the Savannah facilities Mr Haanebrink said that by bringing our tractors from West Germany to Savannah servicing there and shipping them overland by truck or rail transportation costs will be lowered resulting in savings to the farmers
Our Savannah warehouse he continued will enable us to maintain a much larger inventory of all models in the line and hopefully eliminate shortages of some models
Deutz Tractor Corporation has branch offices in Atlanta where it also maintains a central parts department Columbus Ohio Memphis Tennessee and St Louis Missouri
IATATrieste 1971Path to the Future
by Laurence W Magrath European Director
International Congress organizations and that includes FIATA the International Federation of Forwarding Agents Associations of which Georgia Ports Authority is a Member in good standing have the happy knack of choosing for their conventions if not exotic spots yet places that ring in the ears of American tourists In 1963 it was Lucerne in 1965 Copenhagen in 1967 Opatija in 1969 New York and in this year of grace 1971 Trieste Italy
The photographs on these pages give only a dim idea of this beautiful and historic port at the northern end of the Adriatic with its blue sky and blue waters Without citing statistics it should be stated that aside from its favored location Trieste is the gateway for a hinterland comprising northeast Italy chiefly the Province
of FriuliVeneziaGiulia including a number of industrial cities of growing importance like Udine and Pordenone which should be better known Too often we think only of the northern industrial area of Italy within the MilanTurinGenoa triangle
FIATA is an organization of transportation specialists at the practical level and therefore recognized as such by Governments throughout the world For example in this era of intermodal transportation FIATA has contributed to and will surely be credited for what eventually will be simplified throughdocumentation on one waybill from point of origin to end destination This will replace the cumbersome routine of the past with individual waybills bills of lading and much paper work all con
tributing to making even the most elementary commodity movement a complicated timeconsuming and expensive matter The many obstacles to be overcome including language customs regulations and insurance are obvious but FIATA as an international organization is probably the only one competent to do so Containerization computerization and automatization in handling cargo have superseded completely what in terms of a decade ago now look like archaic procedures All of us with a transportation background must use past experience as the guide to new thinking and methods The keynote of this years FIATA Congress was The Forwarders Path to the Future and therefore most appropriate
The registration at this years Con
gress numbered about 700 active participants from 30 countries and since fifteen hotels even as far away as 30 miles had to be designated to take care of them plus arrangements for the various forums and committee meetings excursions and social events the local FIATA organization had a massive program to work out the details
Georgia Ports Authority was fortunate to be able to arrange for a Reception at one of the best hotels in the heart of the City of Trieste along the waterfront the Jolly Hotel Cavour immediately following the Congress opening ceremonies on Sept 27 Appropriate to the name of the hotel one of a big Italian chain it may well be said that a jolly time was had by all
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A new and most welcome customer to the Port of Savannah is the Motorcycle Division of Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd Japan
Kawasaki has established its Southeastern distribution center in Atlanta to meet the increased sales of their motorcycles in the USA and Savannah has been selected as the port of entry
The initial shipment comprising 400 units of Kawasaki motorcycles was loaded in Kobe and arrived in Savannah on board the MS YAMAWAKA MARU Since the initial shipment over 3000 Kawasaki machines have arrived at Savannah
The YAMAWAKA MARU is owned and operated by the YamashitaShinnihon Steamship Co Ltd with the Texas Transport Terminal Company acting as their Savannah agent
On land sea and in the air Kawasaki Heavy Industries share a worldwide market

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An internationally renowned manufacturer of all types of machinery its products range from jet aircraft mammoth seagoing tankers and electric cars for the New Tokaido Limited Express Line to various kinds of machinery atomic energy plants and steel structures
Every division is an expert specialized in its own fifeld each playing a major role in the key function of society
The wide range of products and knowhow offered by Kawasaki serve to bring abundance and color into the lives of the people not only of Japan but also nations in the world
Since its birth in 1878 Kawasaki has grown with the modernization of Japan The dynamic industrial energy that lived through the years is now building itself to a bigger tomorrow Explore tomorrow build the future renovate technologythese are the missions of Kawasaki Heavy Industries
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Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity Inc held its 31st Annual Meeting in Atlanta Georgia October 2124 1971 Approximately 400 attended the various programs and meetings and it has been reported that the 31st Annual Meeting was unquestionably the best ever
DNAs main goal is to help educate young people who are endeav
oring to further their careers in the transportation field The Georgia Ports Authority is one of its most loyal supporters The Authority hosted a reception for the DNAs at this years annual meeting The photographs accompanying this article graphically attest to the success of this preconference reception
ICC Commissioner W Donald Brewer center was in attendance at the Georgia Ports Authoritys reception for DNAs The Commissioner is flanked by his host M Fred Whelan right GPAs Director of Trade Development and Sam Lloyd left GPAs Traffic Manager
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Above GPAs Lovell Surber left and Fred Whelan right share a few stories with that congenial teller of tales Walker Pendleton Below the Old Pro Claude Newman center greets Count Galfas left Seaboard Coastline Railroad and Ross Prater of Atlantic Steel
Above Grady Duncan Asst Traffic Manager GPA chats with Bob Bellows left and Grant Davis of Auburn University Below DNAs National President Dave Clark left and his lovely wife with Fred Whelan center and Mr and Mrs Bob Bryant
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The 6th Annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference held on October 20th 21st and 22nd 1971 at the DeSoto Hilton Hotel in Savannah attended by 235 people has come and gone Those in attendance felt it was an excellent conference James W Me Inti re Director of the Savannah Business Services Field Office U S Department of Commerce opened the morning panel discussion with a talk on the Presidents new economic policy and the Commerce Departments contribution to foreign trade and the importance of Georgias International Commerce He urged those in attendance to give the President their full support in connection with his domestic and foreign economic policy He then introduced Mr Robert L Pritchard Director Export Sales Campaign Bureau of International Commerce who was the panel moderator who in turn introduced the eight panel members for a discussion on Bridg
ing The Continents Through Global Marketing Members of the panel were as follows
James Adams Assistant Mgr Cargo Sales Div Delta Air Lines Inc B K McClain Vice PresTraffic Brown Transport Corp Edward Chick Vice Pres Traffic South East West Africa Farrell Lines Inc Richard E Franklin Pres Central of Georgia Railway R J Jacobs Mgr Export Traffic Caterpillar Tractor Company John McCormick General Mgr of Traffic ITTRayonier Inc E J Mobley Pres Independent Freight Forwarders and Custom Brokers Association of Savannah Inc L A Renehan Vice Pres PrudentialGrace Lines Inc
They gave an excellent presentation Their replies to the interesting questions posed during the question and answer period were very informative At this point in the conference a motion was made and unanimous
ly passed that the conference go on record supporting the President on his economic and foreign policy and urging him not to invoke the TaftHartley Act This resolution further requested Mr Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority to convey this resolution by telegram to the President Vice President Speaker of the House and Secretary Stans
The luncheon speaker was Mr John N Grose Executive Vice President National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America Inc After a well attended tour of the Savannah Harbor on the Waving Girl the dinner meeting was addressed by Mr James R Barker Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer MooreMcCormack Lines Inc who spoke on New Economics of Transportation Or How To Lose Money Without Really Trying The breakfast meeting the following day had an excellent talk by Mr
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Malcolm Bell Chairman Savannah Port Authority titled Savannah Seaport City He was followed by Mr Marshall J Parker Assistant Administrator for Procurement and Management Assistance Small Business Administration who gave a highly informative talk on SBAs contribution to foreign trade titled SBA and Big Business in The Export World
Following Mr Parkers talk Mr J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority gave his usual interesting and informative talk titled Patterns for Progress This talk brought out an interesting manner of the amazing growth of Savannahs modern port facilities including the proposed LASH installation Comments during and after the conference by those in attendance clearly showed this confeernce as being the most successful one we have yet held
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Georgia Power Plans Second Nuclear Plant
The Georgia Power Company has announced it will seek a license from the U S Atomic Energy Commission to build a nuclearfueled electric generating plant at Hancock Landing on the Savannah River
The proposed plant expecting to cost more than 600 million will have a total generating capacity in excess of two million kilowatts
The new plant will be named for Alvin W Vogtle Jr President of The Southern Company and a Vice President and Director of Georgia Power Company
Georgia Power President Edwin I Hatch announced the plans at a special meeting of the Waynesboro Development Corporation He said the plant would be the companys second largest nuclearfueled generating facility
Mr Hatch said that in planning the Vogtle plant the company has continued its longrange emphasis on environmental protection This emphasis will include construction of cooling towers at a cost of some 10 million to recirculate cooling water for the plant
The plant will have two 1100000 kilowatt nuclear units The first unit is scheduled to begin producing electricity in 1978 and the second in 1979 Mr Hatch said the Hancock Landing site is adequate for four units and that the initial installation is being designed for future expansion
If plans continue on schedule construction will begin on the first nuclear unit in 1973 Mr Hatch said
In addition to the nuclear units
the plant will have six oilfired combustion turbine generators with a combined capacity of 350000 kilowatts Construction of these units costing more than 30 million is scheduled to begin in October of this year
Engineering studies are being conducted at the site and the final decision to build the nuclear plant there of course depends on their completion Mr Hatch said Also the company must acquire the necessary land and obtain licenses and permits from various governmental agencies
The site for the proposed plant is along the west bank of the Savannah River directly across from the Savannah River Plant of the U S Atomic Energy Commission It is 15 miles east of Waynesboro and 25 miles southeast of Augusta
Mr Hatch said one factor in the selection of the Burke County site was the increasing demand for power in the area Another factor was the Savannah River which provides good water transportation
The combustion turbines will use fuel oil and studies are underway to determine whether the oil will be brought to the plant by truck rail or barge The turbine units will consume about 35 million gallons of oil a year
The plant should have a beneficial effect on the economy of the entire region Mr Hatch said There will be a substantial benefit to Burke County because of additional jobs and Georgia Powers additional investment
A M HARRIS SR 18981971
A Myddleton Harris Sr a former Vice Chairman and Member of the Georgia Ports Authority for 11 years died September 21st while vacationing in Boulder City Nevada
Mr Harris joined the First National Bank of Brunswick in 1914 and rose in that organization to be Chairman of the Board of Directors at the time of his retirement early in 1971
During all of his service as a Member of the Georgia Ports Authority he worked ceaselessly to bring about the maximum development of all of the ports of the State His steadfast courage his common sense approach his desire to serve his sense of humor his loyalty to his home community and to the State as a whole and not the least his intellectual honesty will always serve to inspire those who knew him to emulate his worthy example
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Georgia Ports Week
GOVERNOR CARTER PROCLAIMS GEORGIA PORTS WEEK Governor Jimmy Carter citing the accomplishments of the Georgia Ports Authority and the impact on the States economy of Georgias port operations which handled more than 8 million tons of cargo last year and ranked first in South Atlantic general
cargo in foreign commerce proclaimed August 2329 as Georgia Ports Week Shown here with Governor Carter are left to right J D Holt Executive Director of the Authority Savannah Robert H Tharpe Sr Chairman of the Authority Atlanta and M Fred Whelan Director of Trade Development for the Authority Atlanta
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No other railroad has as many as our 25 container transfer facilities inland as well as containerhandling capability at the ports of Charleston Jacksonville Mobile New Orleans PortsmouthNorfolk and Savannah And theyre all geared for fast service With late closeout times for example So after a full working day your shipments can still make one of our fast trains between the South and the Midwest and Northeast
Find out how Southern gives a green light to your container shipments Contact the nearest Southern Railway sales office
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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 Aflourishing 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
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STEAMSHIP AGENTS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA ATLANTIC AGENCIES INC
Savannah Ga912 2334706
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 Ga912 2654919
TEXAS TRANSPORT TERMINAL CO INC Savannah Ga912 2337921
STEVEDORES SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA ASSOCIATED STEVEDORES
Savannah Ga 912 9644913
HARRINGTON CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2365596
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2342621
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 Ga 912 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 CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
HARPER ROBINSON CO
Savannah Ga912 2344451
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 Ga912 2360206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
C M THOMPSON JR
Savannah Ga912 2324338
GEORGE W WISE JR
Savannah Ga912 2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga 912 2320211
Atlanta Ga 404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
OLDSTEIN CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS
Atlanta Ga404 8747809
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 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 9646972
ATLANTIC TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9641703
BENTON TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 9646972
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 9646835
BROWN TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
BUILDERS TRANSPORT INC
Savannah 912 9644347
Brunswick 912 2655295
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP
Savannah Ga912 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 9646391
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646921
CHATHAM TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321600
COASTAL TRANSPORT TRADING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2345183
COWART TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2345618
CRESCENT MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2345618
DURRENCE TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO
Savannah Ga912 9646954
FIVE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646052
Brunswick Ga912 2653240
FULLER TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 9641703
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 9646911
HOWARD HALL COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 2321813
J M TRANSPORT COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645128
JOHNSON BRUCE TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2342715
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT
Savannah Ga912 9646972
MAYFIELD W T912 9641921
M M TANK LINES
Savannah Ga912 9644341
Brunswick Ga912 2643394
McLEAN TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323063
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS
Savannah Ga 912 9645581
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
Savannah Ga912 9640262
OLD DOMINION FREIGHT LINE
Savannah Ga 912 2360337
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646415
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2348823
PLOOF TRANSFER COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640245
Brunswick Ga912 2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646931
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga912 2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 9646484
Brunswick Ga912 2652233
TERMINAL TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 2320161
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9641411
WATKINS CAROLINA EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645128
WEDSON TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9641831
WOOTEN TRANSFER CO INC
Savannah Ga912 9644347
YOUNGBLOOD TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9640413
RAILROADS SERVING THE PORTS SAVANNAH
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY CO912
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO 912
232 2203
233 9203
BRUNSWICK SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO
912
2652966
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO912 2655310
TOWING COMPANIES ATLANTIC TOWING CO
Savannah Ga912 2328103
COASTAL TOWING CO
Brunswick Ga912 2657519
PILOT ASSOCIATION SAVANNAH PILOTS ASSOCIATION
Savannah Ga912 2360226
BRUNSWICK PILOTS ASSOCIATION Brunswick Ga912 6382182
EXPORT PACKING AND DRUMMING CARGO SERVICES CO
Savannah Ga912 2366075
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
Savannah Ga912 9641811
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES CITIZENS SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK
Savannah Ga912 2345105
LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO
Savannah Ga912 2334111
SAVANNAH BANK 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 Faircloth Baker Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection and Control
Charles P Simon Ext 264
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification and Value
Gilbert Donaldson Ext 265
CUSTOMS PORT DIRECTOR BRUNSWICK
James W Royal Jr912 2651955
CUSTOMS PORT DIRECTOR ATLANTA N H Medford Jr404 5265956
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert J Poole 2324321 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 Mclntire 2324321 Ext 204
AUXILIARY SERVICES INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director Charles Nelson 25 Houston 2342438 CONSULS
BRAZILJack M Sayler 2342266
FRANCE Edwin J Middleton 8971969
ITALY Joseph M Cafiero 3550586
NORWAY Peter Norboge 2346671
SWEDEN Peter Norboge 2346671
VENEZUELA Sr Jorge Manrique 2341005
NOTE WHERE NO BRUNSWICK LISTING IS SHOWN USE SAVANNAH NUMBER FOR BRUNSWICK SERVICE
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