Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 12, Numbers 1-2, 1972 January/February-1972 May/June

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Georgia Government Publications
Title:
Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 12, Numbers 1-2, 1972 January/February-1972 May/June
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Georgia. Ports Authority
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Savannah, Ga. : Georgia. Ports Authority
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1972-01-1972-05
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Georgia Ports Authority--Periodicals
Harbors--Georgia--Periodicals
Shipping--Georgia--Periodicals
Georgia Ports Authority
Harbors
Shipping
Georgia
Periodicals
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This quarterly publication contains information on the Georgia Ports Authority.
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UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
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MultiProduct Terminal
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A port is as good as the connections to its hinterland and our best friends are the rail and truck traffic experts And we have many friends because Savannah affords rapid forwarding facilities to 13 States of the Union
And dont forget Savannah is the most modern port on the South Atlantic Coast With our new Container Central With 22 deepwater berths With direct transfer to rail and truck and everything that makes for quick efficient and economical handling of your cargo
With spacious warehouses
All this would mean very little but for our many good friends They do some pretty close figuring in your interest and can very well be your friends too
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The economical route to 13 States of USA
Savannah and Brunswick the Ports of Georgia Georgia Ports Authority Laurence W Magrath European Director 53 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Str 53 Germany Tel 0222969344
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JAN FEB 1972 VOLUME 12 NUMBER 1 JIM BISSON Editor
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Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
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Georgia Peanuts 8
2 International Harvester 10
1 N S Savannah 12
E o E GPA European Advertising 14
M f Q F 1 A T A Revisited 16
3 V O Port News 18
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3 5 Sailing Schedule 21
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The onethe only deepwater Multi Product Dry Bulk Terminal is opened and its located at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City Terminals in Savannah For full details on this 9 million GPA spectacular turn to page 4 of this issue
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AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah ViceChairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Charles E Walker Columbus
Richard M Scarlett Brunswick
James C Barbre Dalton
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
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public RelationsAdvertising
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 publicationGeorgia Ports Authority
PO Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402
Telephone 9129641721
Advertising rates furnished on request
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J D Holt
Many will recall the song about the music that goes round and round and comes out here With the same degree of artistry bulk materials are deposited upon the huge conveyors of our new bulk facility and the materials go round and round and end up here or there or anywhere at the discretion of the operator who only has to press a complex of buttons
The facility is truly an astounding en
gineering extravaganza with the ability to move dry bulk commodities from car to ship car to store ship to car or store barge to ship ship to barge barge to store car and store to ship simultaneously with the same capabilities related to trucksand on and on
And the speed with which ships will be loaded or unloaded is fantastic

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MultiProduct Bulk Terminal Opens
The Georgia Ports Authoritys new MultiProduct Bulk Terminal utilizes advanced concepts of engineering to achieve a breakthrough in economy flexibility and efficiency
Market surveys conducted by the Ports Authority indicated that the continued growth of many raw material producing and consuming industries in Georgia required a port facility where ocean going vessels could be loaded or unloaded quickly and economically To keep railroad and trucking costs to and from the port at a minimum and to work within the existing warehousing capabilities of the users required the storage of many shiploads and types of cargo at the port
Altogether several dozens of different bulk cargoes will be handled at Savannah including many grades of kaolin different ores and minerals all types of fertilizers peanuts etc These cargoes are transported to and from the new terminal by rail in all types and sizes of railroad cars and by all types of trucks
A conventional terminal would have required separate and different facilities for the various groups of commodities Such facilities would have limited capability and efficiency because only small annual tonnages would be available for each The Savannah MultiProduct Terminal succeeded in combining all these commodities and operations into a single high capacity efficient installation handling a large an
nual volume of cargo
Corrosive atmosphere created by bulk storage of chemicals and fertilizers under conditions of high humidity prompted the Georgia Ports Authority to specify allwood construction of the mammoth commodity warehouse One of the longest wood structures ever built the multipurpose storage warehouse is 1368 ft long 170 ft wide 75 ft high and provides fiveandahalf acres of floor space under one roof
Koppers Company Inc supplied and erected the warehouse structure utilizing a threehinged arch structure making extensive use of curved laminated members spanning 116 ft from base to crown Laminated wood frames were specified because of low cost low maintenance expense and immunity to corrosion They are rated as heavy timbers with greater fireresistance than unprotected structural steel
Plywood and timbers not meeting a heavy timber classification were treated with NonCom fire retardant chemical produced by Koppers This pressureimpregnated wood is rated by Underwriters Laboratories to have a Fire Hazard Classification of 25 for flame spread fuel contribution and smoke development
PROJECT HISTORY
The consulting engineers were a consortium of Soros Associates and Robert and Company Associates with Soros Associates
responsible for project management basic design supervision of construction and startup
The feasibility study was authorized on October 28 1968 and completed in 2V2 months Within two weeks the Ports Authority under the direction of J D Holt Executive Director James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations and Graham Bailey Assistant Director of Operations authorized final design engineering
To keep capital cost to a minimum the project was organized into five separate contracts without a general contractor The designs of the electromechanical installations as well as the civil works were completed by the consulting engineers prior to placing any contracts for equipment or construction This made it possible to obtain worldwide competitive bids on a lump sum basis on all parts of the project at the same time There were at least five acceptable bids received on each portion The selected bids totalled 8497000 as compared to the engineers estimate of 8430000
The complete engineering bidding and bid evaluation was completed on September 15 1969 102 months from authorization of the feasibility study
The acceptance testing of the facility was completed without difficulty and the entire installation has been operating without trouble since then
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SAVANNAH RIVER
The Savannah MultiProduct Bulk Terminal has separate berths for the loading and unloading of ships and barges
The covered storage facilities Incorporate 14 compartments ranging in size from 2500 to 8000 tons
There are separate facilities for loading and unloading railroad cars and trucks Each of these facilities can handle two different materials at the same time and each Is served by two railroad tracks as well as separate access roads and turnaround areas for trucks
The loading and unloading stations can accommodate all types of railroad cars and trucks A platform scale is available for both incoming and outgoing railroad cars and trucks Cargoes loaded onto ships are measured by a continuous weigh scale
The entire installation incorporates the latest In pollution control systems as well as extensive washdown and cleaning facilities
Operations are directed from a central control building The entire facility is designed to permit expansion without interruption of operations to provide the Georgia Ports Authority with utmost flexibility in accommodating all new customers
The covered storage building is 170 ft wide and 1368 ft long It contains 14 compartments ranging in size from 2500 to 8000 tons capacity It can be extended in the future to 2600 feet without interfering with operations to accommodate new customers as required
The storage building is served by two travelling stackers with a capacity of 800 TPH and 1400 TPH and a travelling reclaimer with a capacity of 1400 TPH
By raising and lowering the boom of the stackers storage piles are formed without dropping the material This prevents material degradation and dusting inside the building In this manner contamination of ope material with the dust of another is avoided
Material from storage Is reclaimed by a traveling scraper reclaimer This machine spans the entire storage pile It travels back and forth on Its tracks along the sides of the building while a series of 66 wide and 6 inches deep blades pull the material from the top of the stockpile without dusting in a continuous stream onto the reclaim conveyor alongside the storage piles The capacity of this machine is 1400 TPH
All material in the covered storage building can be reclaimed by a single operator without the aid of bulldozers or payloaders The storage compartments have sloping floors designed to facilitate sweeping and washdown for complete cleaning between change of materials
The conveyor feeding the loadout station originates in the center of the building and can be fed by either of the two reclaim conveyors This design provides for the future installation of a second reclaimer and the reclaiming of two materials at the same time All the conveyor transfer installations are concentrated in the center of the building to facilitate maintenance and cleanup and are served by a central dust collection system
The same area is equipped for the servicing and cleaning of the scraper reclaimer
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A unique feature of the Savannah Multiproduct Terminal is the flexibility enabling it to perform most of the above operations at the same time The storage loading and unloading systems can actually handle two different materials simultaneously to better serve the variety of customers with different types of small cargoes
Another unique feature is the recirculation of material within the system This prevents any waste or loss of material at the completion of loading a certain commodity
MULTIPRODUCTS
OUTBOUND
From Rail or Truck to Storage
From Rail or Truck Direct to Ship
From Storage to Ship
KAOLIN MOVEMENT
From Rail or Truck Direct to Storage
From Rail or Truck Direct to Ship
From Storage Direct to Ship
MULTIPRODUCTS
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Ship Direct to Rail or Truck
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Ship Direct to Storage

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Conveyor Transfer
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CONVEYOR TRANSFERall the conveyor transfer installations are concentrated in the center of the building to facilitate maintenance and cleanup
DUST CONTROLthe entire transfer network is served by a central dust collection system
Ship Loading Berth
privot This bridge supports a loading conveyor which can move in and out and up and down to direct the material loaded into any part of a ships hold
The loading chute of the shiploader is equipped to operate with a rotating spout or a rotating slinger Similarly to the rest of the installation the ship loader conveyor is enclosed and incorporates a dust collection installation
RAILTRUCK UNLOADINGthe receiving station is served by two railroad tracks and by an access road for trucks Two different materials can be unloaded at the same time Each of the receiving systems is equipped with different types of hoppers specifically designed for the efficient unloading of various types of railroad cars and trucks The capacity of the receiving conveyor systems is 1200 TPH
RAILTRUCK LOADINGthe loading station is served by two railroad tracks and by an access road for trucks Two materials can be loaded out at the same time Each loading installation incorporates a 100 ton capacity surge bin and is equipped with loading chutes suitable for both top and side loading that can accommodate all types of railroad cars and trucks The loadout capacity is 1500 TPH
SHIPLOADING BERTHhas a water depth of 32 ft at median low water level it was designed to accommodate a future water depth of 36 ft a depth which has been approved in the current harbor improvement project Ships or barges can be loaded at the rate of 1500 TPH with a slewing bridge type ship loader Originally developed by Soros Associates this consists of a bridge moving in an arc around a
SHIP UNLOADING BERTH not pictured see General Plan page 5at present the berth is serviced by portable equipment One or two 800 TPH capacity traveling gantry unloaders will be installed at a later date as required by increased tonnages The receiving conveyor system has a rated capacity of 1400 TPH and is equipped with dust control equipment at all transfer points
RailTruck Loading
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1972
9 Million Pound Bulk Shipment
Georgia Peanuts Make Ports History
By Maylon Nicholson EditorSoutheastern Peanut Farmer
Editors NoteThe following is a reprint of an article featured in the February issue of the Southeastern Peanut Farmer publication
When the Georgia Ports Authority took the wraps off of an unbelievably huge bulk handling terminal in Savannah last month what commodity do you suppose was the first to move through the new 9 million dollar facility
If you happened to guess nine million pounds or 4500 tons of Georgiagrown peanuts then your assumption would be a correct one
The monstrous shipment of oilstock peanuts representing the largest single bulk shipment of peanuts ever exported from this country left the ports facility in January aboard two ships destined for European markets
Earlier the peanuts had arrived by rail from Commodity Credit Corporation warehouses all over the Georgia peanut belt and were gently dumped into one mountainous pile at the sprawling terminal which has a covered floor space of nearly five acres under one roof
Untouched by human hands at the terminal the peanuts were unloaded from the rail cars conveyed to the covered terminal warehouse and then carried to the waiting ships by an elaborate system of conveyors stackers and reclaimers all of which
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operate at the mere push of a button
Being able to handle vast amounts of commodities in bulk form is the major advantage of the new bulk handling facility It offers the shipper the ability to store and ship his product in bulk lots without having to place it in bags or other containers thus effecting a savings in shipping costs
It offers particular potential in the field of export peanuts since one of the greatest barriers in the past has been the cost of shipping
Exporting of more peanuts is recognized as a great need within the peanut industry which currently has on hand the largest production in history a large percentage of which is in the surplus category
The nine million pound shipment of oilstock peanuts moving through the new facility at Savannah last month was sold by Camilla Cottonseed and Oil Co Camilla Ga and was handled by the firms agency CS International Ltd of Toronto Canada
Dwight Dehne of CS International labeled the peanuts as FAQ fair average quality and said the
shipment was a mixture of Spanish Runner and Virginia varieties They will be crushed for oil he said and were purchased from CCC stocks under the export program
The European firm which purchased the peanuts normally buys from Nigeria but shipments from that country were restricted and supplies had to be purchased elsewhere Dehne said
The peanuts were specially processed he added meaning they were broken up into particles before shipping to avoid possible rescreening for edible uses once they reached their destination
The idea of exporting peanuts in bulk quantities seems to be quite promising Dehne said and we plan to ship considerable more tonnage in this manner It gives us a means of disposing of our oilstock peanuts
An ambitious venture into bulk handling of multiple products the new facility of the Georgia Ports Authority is a masterpiece of engineering
Commodities arriving by rail or truck at the terminal are dumped
into hoppers and carried by conveyor belts to stackers which free drops them into piles Retrieval of the stored material is accomplished by novel automated reclaimers which do not operate on the storage pile or floor nor is any auxiliary dozing equipment needed The free drop is minimal to avoid dusting and contamination
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The operation results in no machine contamination of products and offers maximum safety to personnel
The covered storage area is huge in size and provides compartmented areas for clay fertilizer material ores and raw farm commodities such as peanuts and feed grains Space is available for expansion of the storage area if needed
Not only can materials arriving by rail or truck be stored for loading aboard ships but the facility also provides the capability of unloading materials from ships for reloading into rail cars or trucks for inland transportation
Completed just recently the bulk handling terminal complements an already impressive list of services which the Georgia Ports Authority offers to shippers
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The International Harvester Farm Division has picked Savannah as a port of entry for its model 354 tractor which is manufactured in England The initial shipments amounted to nearly 1000 units and will continue on a monthly basis
The 354 is designed for small farms and for use as a light utility tractor They will be distributed from Savannah throughout a six state area
The tractors will be serviced at the port by Mason International Inc according to F G Mason president of the Savannah company
Pictured on the right checking over the first shipment dockside are left to right F G Mason President Mason International Inc W Humphreys Assembly Line Supervisor Doncaster England R J Morris Manufacturing ServicesQuality Assurance Hinsdale Illinois BT Gillis Assistant General Supervisor Chicago Illinois
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NS Savannah Comes Home
The Nuclear Ship Savannah docks at the GPAs Garden City Terminal and is greeted by thousands of Savannahians who tour the nuclear vessel
The Nuclear Ship Savannah after 12 years as an international showpiece in the Atoms for Peace program has returned to Savannah Well done Savannah Welcome home
A delegation of dignitaries headed by Mrs Dwight D Eisenhower joined the citizens of Savannah January 15th in a public welcome of the N S Savannah as the floating monument of the Eisenhower Peace Center
At ceremonies at Savannahs Civic Center Savannah Mayor John P Rousakis presented the former First Lady with a proclamation honoring her late husbands efforts as President to make worldwide peace a reality and designated the day as Eisenhower Peace Center Day in Savannah
Jack M Sayler the man most instrumental in bringing the Savannah
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Andrew E Gibson US Assistant Secretary for Maritime Affairs addresses a delegation of dignitaries and citizens of Savannah at official ceremonies welcoming the N S
Photographs by Steve Bisson
Jack M Sayler the man responsible for bringing the Savannah home presents the honored guest of the day Mrs Dwight D Eisenhower to the audience In the photo far right Savannah Mayor John P Rousakis presents the former First Lady with a proclamation honoring her late husbands efforts as President to make worldwide Peace a reality
home served as master of ceremonies and read a telegram from President Richard M Nixon to Mayor Rousakis congratulating the city for undertaking a civic project that is most commendable The President went on to say My thoughts will be with you Mrs Eisenhower and all those present on this occasion
Among the dignitaries joining Mrs Eisenhower Sayler and Rousakis on the Civic Center stage were Assistant Secretary for Maritime Affairs Andrew E Gibson First District Rep G Elliott Hagan G Fred Steele Jr federal cochairman of the Coastal Plains Regional Commission Brig Gen Eugene M Lynch commanding general of the Ft StewartHunter Army Airfield complex Robert E Lovett chairman of the Chatham County Commission Gen R H Harrison vicepresident of Babcock and Wilcox Co designers of the vessels
nuclear reactor and representatives of Todd Shipyards Co the Texas firm that deactivated the Savannah before its arrival in Savannah
Gibson said With all the welldeserved honors bestowed on President Eisenhower none is a greater tribute to his memory than the one that is being established here in Savannah
President Eisenhower during his administration took the lead in turning the use of nuclear power from one of destruction to making it a servant of mankind he said The Nuclear Ship Savannah was an early product of that endeavor and served to carry his message throughout the free world
Accepting the Savannah as a permanent resident of her mother port Rousakis said This is a proud day
for all of usthe N S Savannah is homeand let us pledge our total efforts to make the Eisenhower Peace Center a showplace of the world
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By J D Holt
Executive Director
Our European advertising experts tell us Advertising is simple All you need is to put over the right idea to the right people at the right time in the right way through the right media But they have had more than just the right idea Today forwarders and traffic managers from Paris to Trieste and from Naples to Liverpool know that the most economical route to 13 States in USA is via Georgia Ports That they know it is due in no small measure to the success achieved through more than some twenty convincing and unusual motifs which in recent years have been spread throughout all Europe
Yet in Europe it really is not that simple Take this example An advertisement in the New York Journal of Commerce will be read and understood from Coast to Coastone idea one country one language In Europe however we must penetrate many countriesEngland France Belgium Holland Germany Denmark Sweden Norway Austria Switzerland and Italy Eleven nationalities instead of one Continent different languages and customs Sometimes even three languages in one country Where Switzerland is concerned German French and Italian are in daily use Were our
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advertising only in English it could not be as effective as it has proved to be Only a good idea that is well understood will accomplish its purpose One advertisement in Europe is four advertisements sometimes more Besides English German French and Italian we have used Dutch and even SerboCroat as was necessary Our European business friends understand and like us because we speak their language
With the right way it is just the same There is no one publication which is read by all transportation and trade specialists in all European countries Our advertising appears in eighteen trade papers and these are a top selection of the most important Many languages many ways and always one ideathe most economical freight routing to and from 13 States of the Union The Ports of Savannah and Brunswick fulfill what our advertising in Europe promises and that too goes for Mr Magrath our European Director When he talks to European traffic managers and forwarders he does it like our advertising In Le Havre in French in Hamburg in German in Milan in Italian And in Liverpool he makes out tolerably well in English
So you see Doing business in Europe is just as simple as advertising
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
y Modern ports deserve modern
advertising Experts consider our advertising in Europe the best of its kind This is one of our latest
Forwarders and traffic managers understand us because we talk their languagein more senses than one Here we address them in German French and Italian
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Of course we have a few other things which can be of interest to you like Big Joe the biggest and fastest Container Crane in USA Besides we have many other cranes of various types not to mention direct transfer to rail and truck and spacious warehouses
However its our pencil which is important and we do some real sharp figuring And this we can because Savannah is a fast and modern portOur friends the railroads and trucking firms know it Their inland rates throughout the 13 States comprising our hinterland are among the lowest in USA Last but not least these 13 States cannot be better served by any other US port
Do you have cargo for the SouthEast or Middle West Call our European Office Savannahs sharply pointed pencil is at your service to help cut costs
The economical route to 13 States of USA
Savannah and Brunswick the Ports of GeorgiaGeorgia Ports Authority Laurence W Magrath European Director 53 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Str 53 GermanyTel 0222969344
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Horst Winter Assistant European Director Georgia Ports Authority left and Laurence W Magrath GPA European Director third from left cohosted this years GPAFIAT A reception with more than 400 delegates in attendance Pictured with the congenial hosts in this photo are Mr Mrs Kenneth Thorn back Mr Thorn back is Director of Benjamin Ackerley Son Ltd
Editors NoteIn our last issue we featured FIATA TRIESTE 1971 on these pages and inadvertently left off the captions identifying our good friends attending our GPA reception In that we could only feature a few photographs of the 400 attending we felt that a good story bears repeatingthis time with proper captions
FIAIA1rieste 1971 Path 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 Lucern in 1965 Copenhagen in 1967 Opatija in 1969 New York and in this year of grace 1971 Trieste Italy
They say a photograph is worth a thousand words but we could find none that could convey the beauty of this historic port of 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 comi
prising 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 throughotut 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 contributing 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 Forwarderss Path to the Future and therefore most appropriate
The registration at this years Con
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Pictured in the photo on the right are Mr Magrath and Mr R Heuillet Director Marseilles Port Authority In the center photo with Mr Magrath are Mr LeopoIdo Limbeck Member Executive Committee FI AT A and Dr Francesco Cinti Inspector General Customs for Trieste District In the lower photo enjoying a little Southern Hospitality with Messrs Magrath and Winter are Dr
F Gyssens and his lovely daughter Dr Gyssens is the Secretary General of FI AT A
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 joint meeting of the Norfolk Marine Terminal Association and the South Atlantic Marine Terminal Conference was held at the Mills Hyatt House in Charleston S C Tuesday February 1 1972
At that time Ludwell H Huxter Jr of the Norfolk Port and Industrial Authority was elected chairman of the joint group and James I Newsome Jr of the Georgia Ports Authority was elected vice chairman
The members of the joint group are pictured above left to right Marion S Moore Jr General Traffic Manager S C State Ports Authority William H Osterholtz Jr Vice President Strachan Shipping Company Jacksonville Fla Ed A Shaw Director of Traffic Jacksonville Port Authority Ray Chambers Executive Vice President Portsmouth Marine Terminal Joseph P DAmaral Assistant General Operations Manager S C State Ports Authority Raymond Brewer Manager Norfolk Terminal Corporation Ludwell H Hexter DirectorTrade Development Norfolk Port Industrial Authority Charles B Keown President Portsmouth Marine Terminal James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations Georgia Ports Authority Harry C Jackson Director of Traffic N C State Ports Authority Allen R Cunningham Jacksonville Port Authority E E Lee Jr Assistant Executive Director Director of Commerce N C State Ports Authority J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority
TWO ALLAMERICAN GUARDSOn the right is Sgt M G Smith our personal pick for an All American Georgia Ports Security Guard The little guy on the left is Sgt Smiths son Royce who was an unanimous choice of all the sports writers for the 1972 AllAmerican team Royce has just finished an outstanding career in college football at the University of Georgia and next season dons the uniform of the New Orleans Saints to do battle with the pros Needless to say all of Sgt Smiths coworkers at the Georgia Ports Authority are very proud of Royce and jointly send our condolences to the opponents of the New Orleans Saints
New Service Atlantic Gulf Service
A newly established SwedishFinnish shipping service has begun operations to and from North Europe and Gulf and South Atlantic ports including Savannah
Known as Atlantic Gulf Service it is owned by Swedish American Line of Gothenburg Sweden and Oy Finnlines Ltd of Helsinki Finland
General agents for the service in this area is Strachan Shipping Co with port offices in New Orleans Savannah Houston Mobile Galveston Pensacola Jacksonville and Charleston
Vessels operating in the service provide a regular schedule sailing westbound from Hamina Finland Gothenburg Sweden and Glasgow Scotland to Savannah Miami Veracruz Houston and New Orleans
Alternate vessels call in Mobile and Tampa
Eastbound the vessels discharge in continental ports between LeHavre and Hamburg as well as in the main Nordic ports
Six identical ships are used in the service and each features a special section for the stowage of 20 and 40foot containers Additionally the ships carry all types of general cargo Facilities are also available for handling frozen cargo
Smith Kelly Co Named Agents
Norton Lilly Company have been appointed United States General Agents for the Independent Gulf Line effective January 1st 1972 it was announced by John Griffith Chairman of the Board of Norton Lilly
The Independent Gulf Line is a service of Messrs Vinke Company of Amsterdam and operates regular liner service between U S Gulf and South Atlantic ports and the Havre Hamburg range of ports in Continental Europe Independent Gulf Line which has served the area for 20 years specializes in the carriage of particular cargoes moving in and out of the Southeastern and Central United States
Under this arrangement Smith Kelly Company who have served as Savannah agents for Independent
Gulf Line for many years will continue to act as subagents under Norton Lilly Company
New Service Seaway Lines Inc
Seaway Lines Inc announces the inauguration of a new steamship service out of the Port of Savannah to the Eastern Caribbean
Hohenstein Shipping Company are agents for the new monthly service launched in May with the sailing of the vessel Sea Saga
This independent service which has been in regular operation from the port of Miami for the past four years will serve the following Caribbean areas St Thomas St Croix St Maarten St Kitts Antigua Montserrat Dominica Martinique St Lucia Barbados Grenada and Trinidad
According to the Savannah Port Authoritys Consolidated Sailing Schedule only Trinidad is presently served by steamship lines operating out of Savannah thus Seaway Lines will give the port a vital trade link with the important island chain
The Sea Saga and her sister ship the Sea Hawk which also will be used in the new service were built in 1953 in Schiedam Holland They are 257 feet in length have a beam of 39 feet 4 inches and a draft of 14 feet 2 inches The vessels are 430 net tons with a deadweight of 1505 tons and a speed of 12V2 knots
They are equipped to carry both dry and refrigerated cargoes
New Service Koctug Line
Southeastern Maritime Co are very pleased to announce their appointment as Agent for the Koctug Line Koctug Denizcilik ve Ticaret A S offering an independent monthly service from U S Gulf and South Atlantic to Istanbul Izmir Iskenderun and other Mediterranean destinations Koctug Line are the operators of very modern vessels offering heavy lift capacity of 120 tons Koctug Line also operates a liner service from North Europe to the Eastern Mediterranean The first vessel the MS Dalaman will load in Gulf and South Atlantic ports during the first half of February
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SHIP AGENTS AND STEVEDORES
OFFICES CHARLESTON SC SAVANNAH GEORGIA BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA PORT EVERGLADES FLORIDA MIAMI FLORIDA PENSACOLA FLORIDA MOBILE ALABAMA NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA GALVESTON TEXAS HOUSTON TEXAS DALLAS TEXAS ST LOUIS MISSOURI CHICAGO ILLINOIS MEMPHIS TENNESSEE ATLANTA GEORGIA GREENVILLE SC
NEW YORK OFFICE 17 BATTERY PLACE NEW YORK N Y
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504 EAST RIVER STREET P O Box 1365 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Phone 2328103
Night Phone 2328105
Cable Address ATCO
Oceanography
On 680 acres at Skidaway Island Savannah the state of Georgia prepares a great environ ment for Industry looking toward the Sea In dustrlal park terminal causeway now under construction A flourishing unit of Georgia s University System already thereSkid away Institute of Oceanography Write Ocean Science Center of the Atlantic Post Office Box 9986 Savannah Ga 31402 Phone 912 2324364
MARINE TERMINALSINDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES
complete engineering services
STUDIES REPORTSDESIGN
LOCKWOOD GREENE ENGINEERS INC
SPARTANBURG S C 29301 100 Interstate 85 8035822351
ATLANTA 30309 Peachtree 25th Building 4048733262
NEW YORK 10017 Pan Am Building 2126870630
BOSTON 02116 316 Stuart St 6174821910
ASSOCIATION
204 EAST BAY P0 BOX 1266 PHONE2360226
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WRITE J D HOLT EXEC DIR GA PORTS AUTHORITY SAVANNAH GA 31402
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HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2342621 SMITH A KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 Eait Bay Street P O Box 2088 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING A 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 A TERMINAL CO INC Savannah Bank Building P O Box 8127 31402 Tel 2337921
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
AFRICA
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira Tamatave Walvis Bay Mombasa
Hellenic ChampionHellenic StevensFeb 17
African MercuryFarrell Southeastern MaritimeFeb 23
A VesselSouth African Marine Smith A KellyFeb 24
MormaciradeMooreMcCormack StrachanMar 2
Hellenic HeroHellenic StevensMar 4
A VesselSouth African Marine Smith A KeUy Mar 4
African CometFarrell Southeastern MaritimeMar 8
S A HuguenotSouth African Marine Smith A KellyMar 8
MormacargoMooreMcCormack StrachanMar 23
African SunFarrell Southeastern MaritimeMar 28
Abidjan WEST Nopal Luna AFRICA Smith A KeUy Feb 23
Nopal Vega Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUy Mar 11
Apapa
Nopal Luna Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUy Feb 23
Nopal Vega Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUy Mar 11
DaresSalaam
Mormacargo MooreMcCormack Strachan Mar 23
Labito
Nopal Luna Oivind Xorentzen Smith A KeUy Feb 23
Nopal Vega Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUy Mar 11
Lagos
Oivind Xorentzen Smith A KeUy Feb 23
Nopal Vega Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUy Mar 11
Luanda WEST AFRICA Oivind Xorentzen Smith A KeUy Feb 23
Nopal Vega Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUy Mar11
Monrovia WEST AFRICA Smith A KeUy Feb 23
Nopal Vega Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUy Mar 11
Takoradi
Nopal Luna Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUy Feb 23
Nopal Vega Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUy Mar 11
o box 128 Savannah Ga 31402
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Tema WEST AFRICA
Nopal Luna Oivind Xorentzen Smith A KeUyFeb 23
Nopal Vega Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KellyMar 11
Warri
Nopal Luna Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KeUyFeb 23
Nopal Vega Oivind Lorentzen Smith A KellyMar 11
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS
HermesRoyal Netherlands StrachanFeb 19
Curacao NETHERLANDS
HermesRoyal Netherlands StrachanFeb 19
Kingston JAMAICA
ThemisRoyal Netherlands StrachanFeb 18
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
HermesRoyal Netherlands StrachanFeb 19
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
Gunhild TormTom Southern ShippingMar 14
HordaTorm Southern ShippingMar 14
Algiers ALGERIA
A Vessel Stales Marine Smith A Kelly Feb 85
A Vessel States Marine Smith A KellyMar 15
Ashdod ISRAEL
QeshetZim Sf Southern ShippingMar 7
Tropical VeneerZim Southern Shipping Mar 7
MazalZim Southern ShippingMar 20
Barcelona SPAIN
Gunhild TormTorm I Southern ShippingMar 14
HordaTorm Southern ShippingMar 14
Beirut LEBANON
AthinaLHellenic StevensFeb 24
Gunhild TormTorm Southern ShippingMar 14
Horda Torm Southern ShippingMar 14
ItaliaHeUenic StevensMar 16
Benghazi
A VesselStates Marine Smith A KellyFeb 25
A VesselSlates Marine Smith A KeUyMar 15
Cadiz SPAIN
A VesselStates Marine Smith A KeUyFeb 25
A VesselStates Marine Smith A KeUyMar 15
Casa Blanca MOROCCO
Goran KovacicJugolinija Smith A KeUyFeb 19
Genoa
Goran KovacicJugolinija v Smith A KeUyFeb 19
Haifa ISRAEL
QeshetZim Southern ShippingMar 7
Tropical VeneerZim Southern Shipping Mar 7
MazalZim Southern ShippingMar 20
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
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ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
Gunhild TormTorm Southern ShippingMar 14
Horda Torm Southern ShippingMar 14
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Gunhild Torn Torm Southern ShippingMar 14
HordaTorm Southern ShippingMar 14
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Gunhild Torn Torm
HordaTorm
Naples ITALY
Goran KovacicJugolinija
Piraeus GREECE
AthinaLHellenic
A VesselStates Marine
A Vessel States Marine
Italia Hellenic
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
Goran KovacicJugolinija
ZadarJugolinija
Salonika GREECE
ItaliaHellenic
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Gunhild TormTorm
HordaTorm
Trieste ITALY
Goran KovacicJugolinija
Tripoli LIBYA
AthinaL Hellenic
A Vessel States Marine
A Vessel States Marine
ItaliaHellenic
Venice ITALY
ZadarJugolinija
Southern ShippingMar 14
Southern ShippingMar 14
Smith A KellyFeb 19
StevensFeb 24
Smith ft KellyFeb 25
Smith ft KellyMar 15
StevensMar 16
Smith ft KellyFeb 19
Smith ft KellyMar 4
StevensMar 14
Southern Shipping Mar 14
Southern ShippingMar 14
Smith ft KellyFeb 19
StevensFeb 24
Smith ft KellyFeb 35
Smith ft KellyMar 15
StevensMar 14
Smith ft KellyMar 4
ShipSteamship lineAgency Sailing Date
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
Iilersum RPTIndependent Guli Smith ft Kelly
Loppersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith ft Kelly
Antwerp BELGIUM
Ittersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith ft Kelly
Troll ParkOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan
SonderburgOzeanSiinnes Southeastern Maritime
LechsteinCombi Hohenstein
Loppersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith ft Kelly
GrebbedykCombi Hohenstein
MediSunOzeanSiinnes Southeastern Maritime
VasaholmAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Bremen GERMANY
Ittersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith ft Kelly
Troll Park Open Bulk Carriers Strachan
SonderburgOzeanSiinnes Southeastern Maritime
Lechstein Combi Hohenstein
Loppersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith ft Kelly
GrebbedykCombi Hohenstein
MediSun OzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
VasaholmAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Hamburg GERMANY
Ittersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith ft Kelly
Troll ParkOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan
SonderburgOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
LechsteinCombi Hohenstein
Loppersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith ft Kelly
GrebbedykCombi Hohenstein
MediSunOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
VasaholmAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
LeHavre FRANCE
Sonderburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
GrebbedykCombi Hohenstein
MediSunOzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
VasaholmAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Feb 17 Mar 13
Feb 17 Feb 27 Mar 7 Mar 9 Mar 13 Mar 18 Mar 21 Mar 21
Feb 17 Feb 27 Mar 7 Mar 9 Mar 13 Mar 18 Mar 21 Mar 21
Feb 17 Feb 27 Mar 7 Mar 9 Mar 13 Mar 18 Mar 21 Mar 21
Mar 7 Mar 18 Mar 21 Mar 21
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY WEEK to Aruba Curacao
La Guaira Trinidad
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Puerto Cabello Kingston Georgetown Paramaribo
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis
and Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore Norfolk RAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh LAVINO SHIPPING CO
Detroit Cleveland INTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES
SHIPPING CO
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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Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Steamship Line
Sailing Date
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Ittersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly
Troll ParkOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan
Sonderburg OzeanStinnes Southeastern Maritime
LechsteinCombi Hohenstein
Loppersum RPTIndependent Gull Smith ft Kelly
Grebbedyk Combi Hohenstein
MediSunOzean Stinnes Southeastern Maritime
VasaholmAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
PACIFIC
Bangkok THAILAND
ManganBarber
Feb 17 Feb 27 Mar 7 Mar 9 Mar 13 Mar 18 Mar 21 Mar 21
Hai Fu China Merchants Southern Shipping Mar 2
Keelung FORMOSA
Export Courier Amer Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feb 16
Dalmatia K Stevens Feb 19
Hai Fu China Merchants Southern Shipping Mar 2
Kelang SINGAPORE
Strachan Feb 15

Kobe JAPAN
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Austral PatriotFarrell Southeastern Maritime
Airican Neptune Farrell Southeastern Mariiime
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil BataanM C P Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil BataanM C P Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
Hong Kong HONG KONG
ManganBarber Strachan
Export CourierAmer Export Isbrandisen Strachan
DalmatiaK Stevens
Phil BataanM C P Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
Feb 15 Feb 16 Feb 19 Mar 14 Mar 15
Hoilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil BataanM C P Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Shipping
Inchon KOREA
Export CourierAmer Export Isbrandisen Strachan
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Export CourierAmer Export Isbrandisen Strachan
Denotes Vis Transshipment
Export Courier Amer Export Isbrandisen Strachan Feb 16
Dalmatia K Stevens Feb 19
Fillomi Maru N Y K Strachan Feb 28
Tosaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 1
Hai Fu China Merchants Southern Shipping Mar 2
Manhattan Maru Japan Hohenstein Mar 2
Sacramento Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan Mar 3
Yamawaka Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 14
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Shipping Mar 15
Robert Bornhofen N Y K Strachan Mar 19
Kamoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 30
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Mangan Strachan Feb 15
Phil Bataan M C P Southeastern Maritime Mar 14
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Shipping Mar 15
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern Maritime Mar 6
African Nentnne Farrell Southeastern Maritime Mar 25

Nagoya JAPAN
Toluca MitsuiO S K Strachan Feb 15
Dalmatia K Stevens Feb 19
Fuiami Maru N Y K Strachan Feb 28
Tosaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 1
Manhattan Maru Japan Hohenstein Mar 2
Sacramento Mara MitsuiO S K Strachan Mar 3
Yamawaka Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 14
Robert Bornhofen N Y K Strachan Mar 19
Kamoharu Mara YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 30
Denotes Tank Space PDe notes Passenger
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Georgia Ports have more deepwater berths than any ports in the
South Atlantic
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Steamship lineAgency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steanuhip tineAgency Selling Pete
Osaka JAPAN Toluca MiisuiO S K Strachan Feb 15
Export Courier Amer Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Feb 14
Fuiami Maru N Y K Strachan Feb 88
Tosaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT f In
Sacramento Maru MiisuiO S K Strachan
Yamawaka Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 14
Robert Bornhofen N Y K Strachan Mar 19
Kamoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 30
Pusan KOREA Export Courier Amer Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Feb 14
San Fernando
Phil Bataan M C P Southeastern Maritime Mar 14
Singapore SINGAPORE
ManganBarber StrachanFeb IS
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern MaritimeMar
African NeptuneFarrell Southeastern MaritimeMar SS
Yokohama JAPAN
Toluca Feb 15
Export Courier Feb 14
Dalmatia K Stevens Feb 19
Fuiami Maru N Y K Strachan Feb 88
Tosaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 1
Hai Fu China Merchants Southern Shipping Mar 2
Manhattan Maru Japan Hohenstein Mar 8
Sacramento Maru MiisuiO S K Strachan Mar 3
Yamawaka Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Mar 14
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Shipping Mar 15
Robert Bornhofen N Y K Strachan Mar 19
Kamoharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc I Mar 30
PERSIAN GULF
Abu Dhabi SAUDI ARABIA
TexasBarber StrachanFeb IS
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
TexasBarber StrachanFeb 18
Hellenic DestinyHellenic StevensMar 5
Dubai SAUDI ARABIA
Texas Barber
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Texas Barber
Khorramshahr IRAN
Texas Barber
Hellenic DestinyHellenic
Kuwait KUWAIT
TexasBarber
Hellenic DestinyHellenic
Pt Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic ChampionHellenic
Hellenic HeroHellenic
StrachanFeb IS
StrachanFeb 18
StrachanFeb 18
StevensMar 5
StrachanFeb 18
StevensMar 5
StevensFeb 17
StevensMar 4
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aqaba JORDAN
Hellenic ChampionHellenic StevensFeb 17
Hellenic HeroHellenic StevensMar 4
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic ChampionHellenic
Hellenic HeroHellenic
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic ChampionHellenic
Hellenic HeroHellenic
StevensFeb 17
Stevens Mar 4
StevensFeb 17
Stevens Mar 4
S C A N D I N A V I A BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
VasaholmAtlantic Gulf Service StrachanMar 81
Gothenburg SWEDEN
VasaholmAtlantic Gulf Service StrachanMar 81
Hamina FINLAND
Vasaholm Atlantic Gulf Service StrachanMar 81
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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Sleamihip Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Steamship Line
Helsinki FINLAND
VasaholmAtlantic Guli Service Strachan Mar 31
Malmo SWEDEN
VasaholmAtlantic Gull Service i StrachanMar 31
Norrkoping SWEDEN
VasaholmAtlantic Guli Service I StrachanMar 31
Oslo NORWAY
VasaholmAtlantic Gull Service
StrachanMar 31
Stockholm SWEDEN
VasaholmAtlantic Gulf Service
StrachanMar 31
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
FleteroArgentine StrachanFeb 14
SavannahIvaran Southern ShippingFeb 13
Almirante StewartArgentine 4 StrachanFeb SS
MontevideoIvaran Southern ShippingFeb 35
MormacbayMooreMcCormack StrachanFeb 35
SalvadorIvaran Southern ShippingFeb 34
MormaccapeMooreMcCormack t StrachanMar 34
Montevideo URUGUAY
SavannahIvaran Southern ShippingFeb 19
MontevideoIvaran Southern ShippingFeb 35
MormacbayMooreMcCormack StrachanFeb 35
SalvadorIvaran Southern ShippingFeb 84
MormaccapeMooreMcCormack StrachanMar 34
Paranagua BRAZIL
Hanne Skoulloyd Braiileiro StevenFeb 14
Boa EsperancaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeFeb 17
MormacbayMooreMcCormack StrachanFeb 35
DalilaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeFeb 34
Mormaccape MooreMcCormack StrachanMar 34
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Hanne Skoulloyd Brasileiro StevensFeb 14
Boa EsperancaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeFeb 17
SavannahIvaran Southern ShippingFeb 19
MontevideoIvaran Southern
MormacbayMooreMcCormack
DalilaNetumar Southeastern
SalvadorIvaran Southern
MormaccapeMooreMcCormack
gency Sailing Date
ShippingFeb 35
StrachanFeb 85
MaritimeFeb 34
ShippingFeb 34
StrachanMar 34
Santos BRAZIL
Hanne SkouLloyd Brasileiro
Boa EsperancaNetumar Southeastern
SavannahIvaran Southern
MontevideoIvaran Southern
MormacbayMooreMcCormack
DalilaNetumar Southeastern
SalvadorIvaran Southern
MormaccapeMooreMcCormack
StevensFeb 14
MaritimeFeb 17
ShippingFeb 19
ShippingFeb 35
StrachanFeb 35
MaritimeFeb 34
ShippingFeb 84
StrachanMar 34
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Belem BRAZIL
Santo AmaroL Figueiredo
Southern Shipping
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
Themis1Royal Netherlands
La Guaira VENEZUELA
HermesRoyal Netherlands
Ciudad De ValenciaVenesuelan
A VesselVenesuelan
Strachan
Smith ft KellySmith ft Kelly
Macapa
Santo AmaroL Figueiredo
Southern Shipping
Matanzas VENEZUELA
ThemisRoyal Netherlands
Ciudad De ValenciaVenesuelan
A VesselVenesuelan
Strachan
Smith ft KellySmith ft Kelly
Paramaribo SURINAM
ThemisRoyal Netherlands
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
HermesRoyal Netherlands
Ciudad De ValenciaVenesuelan
A Vessel Venesuelan
Strachan
Smith ft Kelly Smith ft Kelly
Denotes Via Transshipment
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STEAMSHIP AGENTS
SOUTHEASTERN CO
STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201
1746 East Adams Street P O Box 1504 9043538201
SERVING
Canaveral Florida Fernandina Florida Jacksonville Florida Brunswick Georgia Savannah Georgia
Port Royal South Carolina Charleston South Carolina Georgetown South Carolina Wilmington North Carolina Morehead City North Carolina
AGENTS FOR
Alcoa Steamship Co
American Export Isbrandtsen Line Farrell Lines
Florida Motorships Corp
Indian Towing Co
Maritime Co of the Philippines Motorships Inc
Netumar Lines zeanStinnes Line Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Sidarma Line
Transatlantic Shipping Agency Inc Wallenius Line
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ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
ThemisRoyal Netherlands StrachanFeb 18
WEST INDIES
Santo Amaro1 Figueiredo Southern ShippingFeb 17
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
ImperialChilean Strachan Mar 5
Arica CHILE
Imperial Chilean Strachan Mar S
Callao PERU
ImperialChilean StrachanMar 5
Chanaral CHILE
Imperial Chilean StrachanMar 5
Coquimbo CHILE
ImperialChilean StrachanMar 5
Cristobal
ImperialChilean StrachanMar 5
Guayaquil ECUADOR
ImperiaL Chilean StrachanMar 5
Iquique CHILE
Imperial Chilean StrachanMar 5
Manaus BRAZIL
Santo AmaroL Figueiredo Southern ShippingFeb 17
Matarani PERU
ImperiaLChilean StrachanMar 5
San Antonio CHILE
ImperialChilean StrachanMar 5
Talcahuano CHILE
ImperialChilean StrachanMar 5
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Pule
Tocopilla CHILE
ImperialChilean StrachanMar 5
Valparaiso CHILE
ImperialChilean StrachanMar 5
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
State oi PunjabS C I Smith KellyMar 4
ExbrookAmer Export Isbrandlsen StrachanMar 11
Viihva Kirti S C I Smith ft KellyMar 24
Calcutta INDIA
State of Punjab S C I Smith A Kelly Mai 4
Hellenic DestinyHellenic Stevens Mar S
ExbrookAmer Export Isbrandlsen StrachanMar 11
Vishva KirtiS C I Smith ft KellyMar 24
Karachi PAKISTAN
Hellenic DestinyHellenic StevensMar 5
Madras INDIA
Stale of PunjabS C I Smith c KellyMar 4
ExbrookAmer Export Isbrandlsen Strachan Mar 11
Vishva KirtiS C I 1 Smith ft KellyMar 24
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Belfast NORTHERN IRELAND
Nova ScotiaFurness Warren Smith ft Kelly Mar 3
Dublin IRELAND
New Foundland Furness Warren Smith ft Kelly Feb 16
London ENGLAND
Troll ParkOpen Bulk Carriers StrachanFeb 27
Manchester ENGLAND
New FoundlandFurness Warren Smith ft KellyFeb 14
Nova ScotiaFurness Warren Smith ft KellyMar 3
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
K KN N 1C K ELI SAVANNAH
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 1805 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
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Directory of Port Services
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 Ga 912 2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTH ATLANTIC TERMINALS INC
Savannoh Ga912 2334527
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 Ga 912 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
PLOOF TRANSFER COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640245
Brunswick Ga912 2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga912
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912
Brunswick Ga912
TERMINAL TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912
WATKINS CAROLINA EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912
WEDSON TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912
WOOTEN TRANSFER CO INC
Savannah Ga912
YOUNGBLOOD TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912
RAILROADS SERVING THE PORTS SAVANNAH
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY CO912
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO 912
2320161
9641411
9645128
9641831
9644347
9640413
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 9641960
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 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 Ga 912 2323063
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
NOTE WHERE NO BRUNSWICK LISTING IS SHOWN USE SAVANNAH NUMBER FOR BRUNSWICK SERVICE
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 Service 2323246
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
FRANCEEdwin J Middleton 8971969
ITALY Joseph M Cafiero 3550586
NORWAYPeter Norboge 2346671
SWEDENPeter Norboge 2346671
VENEZUELA Sr Jorge Manrique 2341005
JANUARYFEBRUARY 1972
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A distinguished group of Japanese businessmen led by Japanese Member of Parliament Kiyoshi Mizuno toured the Georgia Ports Authority facilities in Savannah January 20 The group was hosted in Savannah by executives of Camilla Cotton Oil Cobnpany Camilla Georgia and CS International Ltd Toronto Canada Four of the largest peanut buyersjp Japan were represented in 4he group
From Savannah the delegation motored to Camilla where they were feted to a banquet and on Friday toured the peanut shelling and crushing facilities of Camilla Cotton Oil Company The purpose of the tour as expressed by members of the delegation was to see first hand the facilities and to further bind the working relationship between all parties
The group pictured above are left to right Shinji Akasaka Assistant General Manager Produce Department Mitsui Co Ltd Tokyo Tetsuya Satoh Assistant Manager Toshoku Ltd San Francisco Calif N Watanabe Manager Oils Fats First Section Produce Department Toshoku Ltd Tokyo Claude F Perry Vice President Camilla Cotton Oil Co Camilla Georgia Mr John Dehne President CS International Ltd Toronto Canada Dwight Dehn SecretaryTreasurer CS International Ltd Toronto Canada Kiyoshi Mizuno Member of Parliament Tokyo B H Turnbull International Officer The Citizens Southern National Bank Atlanta Georgia Mr Minoru Morita President of Morita Trading Co Chiba Prefecture Japan Thomas H Coley Assistant International Officer The Citizens Southern National Bank Savannah Georgia Norio Onuki Assistant to General Manager Produce Department Mitsui Co Inc New York N Y Robert H Everette Assistant International Officer The Citizens Southern National Bank Savannah Ga Juichi Kinukawa Chief of Cereal Section IV Produce Department 1 Toyo Menka Kaisha Ltd Tokyo
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We have a great facility for speeding your railhighway shipments
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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
MAYJUNE 1972 VOLUME 12 NUMBER 2 JIM BISSON Editor
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E tor Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALSBRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
Seatrain Containers 3
U S Lines Containers 6
Zim Containers 8
Combi Lines LASH 10
Japan Export Mission 12
MTMTS 14
Georgia Export Conference 16
MidAmerica Trade Conference 18
Oysters on the Chattahoochee 20
Port News 22
Sailing Schedule 25
Port Directory 31
As the young folks say Were putting it altogether in the last issue we featured our new multiproduct dry bulk facility in this issue we introduce you to Container Central served by three of the worlds largest container lines and to our brand new LASH terminal the finest such facility on the Atlantic Seaboard
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah ViceChairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Charles E Walker Columbus
Richard M Scarlett Brunswick
James C Barbre Dalton
W D Trippe Cedartown SecretaryTreasurer Malberry Smith Jr 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
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public ReiationsAdvertising
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As the wheel of fortune turns Savannah becomes even more prominent among the South Atlantic ports with the announcement of not one but three full container steamship services They are in alphabetical sequence Seatrain Lines United States Lines and Zim Container Service
Further Savannah has been selected by Combi Line as the central point for their LASH service with barges being moved via the intercoastal waterway to Charleston and Jacksonville and beyond in either direction
Possibly the oldest truism in inter
national commerce is that ships go where the cargo is offered which is a compliment to Savannahs many Customers
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Container Central Opens Served By
Seatrain Lines Inc
The Georgia Ports Authority officially opened its 5 million Container Central on May 13 1972 when Seatrain Lines full container ship the Visurgis became the first vessel to call on the new terminal
With the arrival of the Visurgis Seatrain Lines Inc initiated a regular fortnightly service between Savannah and Europe Smith and Kelly Company serve as agents for Seatrain Lines in Savannah
According to a Seatrain Lines official this new service is a further expansion of Seatrains total South Atlantic services and is designed to provide those shippers who are cost favorable to Savannah with an alternative way of moving their goods Commenting on the opening J D Holt Executive Director of the Geor
gia Ports Authority said We have in Container Central one of the finest Container terminals in the world located in the direct center of the South Atlantic range Savannah has long been the leader with foreign commerce general cargo and now with the opening of Container Central will soon move to the forefront with containerized cargo
The Georgia Ports Authoritys Container Central located at the Garden City Terminal Savannah features the largest Container Crane in the United States with an extended reach of 113 feet either seaward or landward The highspeed crane has a capacity of 90000 pounds The Container berth is over 900 feet long with over 16 acres of paved storage for thousands of 40foot containers
Container Central Opens Served By
United States Lines Inc
United States Lines has instituted a new regular fortnightly fully containerized service between Savannah and Europe
In making the announcement Edward J Heine Jr President of United States Lines Inc said This move was particularly gratifying since it represents another progressive step in the development of the Lines 15000 mile tricontinent services It also marks the comeback of the AmericanFlag Shipline to its traditional and highly important South Atlantic run
We view our return to Savannah as a major breakthrough opening a new and important international gateway through which shippers in wide trade areas in the Midwest and Southeast may benefit from the many economies efficiencies and conveniences of containerization
United States Lines is well experienced in the South Atlantic trade having previously operated the former South Atlantic Steamship Company fleet from ports in the Carolinas Georgia and Florida to Northern Europe for several years The RedWhite and Blue funnels and SpreadEagle Houseflag will once again be familiar sights in the South Atlantic Mr Heine said
The companys speedy 20knot container leaderclass vessels will
maintain the new route making the transatlantic crossing between the East coast and Europe in nine days
Containerships will depart New York on Sundaycall at Philadelphia on Monday and Savannah on Wednesday Scheduled European calls will be at Rotterdam Bremerhaven and Liverpool All of the companys regular North European destinations will also be served
In Savannah Hohenstein Shipping Company has been named general agent for the company At Savannah vessels will use the Georgia Ports Authoritys Container Central berth 58 at the Garden City terminal on the Savannah River The selection of Savannah was largely influenced by results of a recent mail survey conducted by the Line of the shipping needs of customers located throughout the Southeast and Midwest
These new facilities combine uptodate efficiency and equipment with capability to handle practically all commodities either full or lessthancontainerloads in 20 or 40foot containers
The addition of the new South Atlantic service by United States Lines now affords regular highspeed container service on 11 major routes between Europe Intercoastal USA Hawaii and the Far East
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The ill winds of gale force that lashed the Zim Tokyo on its way to Savannah blew some good as well They enabled Zim Container Service personnel to display their abilities as intermodal specialists The cargo entrusted to Zim awaiting the arrival in Savannah of the Zim Tokyo was immediately dispatched overland at Zims expense It was then located aboard vessels at the USAs West Coast ports for movement across the Pacific and arrival at the designated Far East ports by the date originally specified The damage to the Zim Tokyo proved less extensive than had at first been feared Repairs have been made and the Zim Tokyo has resumed its regular schedule
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After many months of intensive research Zim Container Service has established ports of call for its new Far Eastern container service As a result of this thorough analysis of cargo flow Zim has picked Savannah as its South Atlantic focal point
Zim Container considers Savannah the major terminus for cargo moving to and from highly developed and industrial areas as Atlanta Birmingham Nashville Tulsa St Louis Richmond the Carolinas and Florida By the end of the year we will have a ship a week calling on Savannah said Jeffrey M Driesen senior vicepresident of marketing and sales for Zim Container Service
The addition of Savannah to the trade route is another step in Zims 150 million commitment to container shipping much of which is being spent in the United States The parent company Zim Israel Navigation Co of Haifa is partially owned by the Israeli government
In hailing the new service Dr Yoram Almogy President of Zim Container Service stressed his companys customeroriented sales department which will have ready answers to anticipated questions
We will also have at the shippers service the finest and most modern swift ships on the seas he said
The agent for Zim Container Service in Savannah is the Southern Shipping Co Ocean Terminal Zims headquarters are at 11 Broadway New York
Commenting on Zims choice of Savannah J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority said Zim has established a rigid criterion for ports participating in Zims 150 million venture We are indeed honored that our Container Central here at Savannah has met Zims challenge for a total commitment into the Container Age of ocean transport
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The arrival of Combi Lines new MS Bilderdyk on April 1 1972 marked the opening of the Georgia Ports Authoritys new 1 million LASH terminal located at the mouth of the Savannah River Combi Line is a joint service of the Holland America Line Rotterdam The Netherlands and the West German shipping company HapagLloyd A G
Savannah was the first U S port of call for the Bilderdyk on her maiden voyage from Europe The 875foot Bilderdyk was constructed for the transport of loaded lighters on barges The vessel carries 83 barges 49 of them stowed in the five holds and 34 on deck The barges measure 616 feet by 312 feet with a depth of 13 feet and have a weight of 80 tons Each barge can carry 370 long tons of cargo with a cubic of 19600 feet each
The barges are lifted aboard and lowered into the water over the stern with a 510ton gantry crane The
First on Atlantic Seaboard
crane travels the entire length of the ship Loading or unloading of a barge takes about 15 minutes The five holds of the vessel have a total capacity of about IV2 million cubic feet
In addition to Savannah the Bilderdyk will call at New Orleans and Houston However Savannah will be the first port inbound and the last port outbound The vessels will average one complete circuit every 34 days In Europe stops will include Rotterdam Bremerhaven and Sheerness England A second Combi LASH vessel the Mnchen will enter the service next fall
Biehl Company Inc of New Orleans is general agent for the Combi Line LASH operation while Southeastern Maritime Company is agent in the South Atlantic Joe Cafiero of Savannah acts as SEMCOs line manager working closely with Capt T Thompsen owners representative
During the missions Atlanta visit the members were treated to some real Southern Hospitality at the home of the Ports Authoritys Chairman Robert H Tharpe Sr The photo on the right shows Mr and Mrs Tharpe welcoming the mission group

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In 1971 Mr Yoshizane Iwasa chairman of the JapanUS Economic Council proposed a plan whereby Japanese business circles would cooperate to send a mission to the U S to stimulate U S export to Japan
Mr Iwasa was prompted to offer the plan by the urgings of responsible U S businessmen who wanted Japan to step up imports of American products to help rectify the growing trade imbalance between Japan and the U S A
After the plan was announced the U S Department of Commerce promptly informed the JapanU S Economic Council that it would afford every possible assistance to such a mission to America
On the Japanese side the plan met with a gratifying response on the part of various sectors of Japans business world and among government leaders
Accordingly it was decided that the mission numbering among its members specialists in marketing and import representatives of major department stores and trading firms would visit the U S from May 15 to May 26 1972 The itinerary would include Los Angeles Kansas City Dallas Atlanta New York and Minneapolis
OPERATING SCHEDULE
In each city visited the mission conducted seminars and were available to answer questions of U S businessmen and officials on the Japanese market potentials for more U S consumer goods and on marketing methods in Japan
Commodities covered under this project included manufactured consumer goods
such as processed foodstuffs clothing home appliances furniture stationery toys gifts doityourself kits goods for sports and leisure etc
The mission also consulted with American exporters and manufacturers concerning export of specific items
AIM AND PURPOSE
Basically the aim of the mission was to inform Americans of the growing potentials of Japans consumer market Many U S firms are already aware that Japan provides a good market for foreign consumer products However in general it may not be wellknown that potentially Japan is now an even more promising market due to such factors as the lowering of prices of imported goods as a result of the yen revaluation increasing liberalization of Japanese import policies and the upswing of emphasis in Japan for more recreational activities and a sharp rise in consumer consumption
Some foreign businessmen complain that the Japanese market is a very difficult one for them to enter because it has several unique aspects particularly in the distribution systems In this respect one of the roles of the mission was to explain such aspects and to reassure U S exporters that understanding and adapting to Japanese methods can prove rewarding
In addition the mission exchanged views with responsible parties in the U S concerning short and longrange economic relations between the two counties with a view to fuller liberalization of trade on the part of both nations which will be of mutual benefit
Mission
Leader
Takeshi Sakurauchi Mitsui Co Ltd
Assistant Leader
Masaya Miyoshi Keidanren
Members
Torn Aizawa Mitsubishi Corporation
Toshisato Chikazawa The Fuji Bank Ltd
Hiroshi Fukutani Sumitomo Shoji Kaisha Ltd
Norio Hatta Izumiya Co Ltd
Koji Hiroshima Marubeni America Corporation
Tushikazu Inuzuka Mitaukoshi Ltd
Ken Ishizu Van Jacket Inc
Keitaro Kashine Nippon Railway Co Ltd
Yoshiro Kawano ZenNoh
Hiroko Kofuji Mrs Better Living Center
Kakuji Komatsu Takashimaya Co Ltd
Mitsumine Kumazawa The Seibu Department Stores Ltd
Members
Michio Moritama Jusco Co Ltd
Sadao Murakawa Marubeni Corporation
Shinpei Suekane Moritani Co Ltd
Noborn Suzuki C Itoh Co Ltd
Kenjiro Uemura Sony Plaza Store
Hideo Yamanaka The Daimaru Inc
Associate Members
Kazuharu Kobayashi Van Jacket Inc
Akira Sakon Kintetsu Enterprises Company of America
Wako Takayasu Mitsubishi International Corporation
Katsunasuke Tanaka ZenNoh
Tadao Yamazaki Japan Trade Center New York
Misao Nishimura Japan Productivity Center
U S Dept of Commerce
Raymond Eiselt International Promotions
Wilson Riley International Commercial Relations

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Above Ports Authority Chairman Robert Tharpe center is pictured with left to right K Komatsu George Giu liana Vice President First National Bank of Atlanta Manager International Department Tharpe T Chikazawa and Y Kawano
Below Georgia Ports Authority member James C Barbre of Dalton chats with Atlanta guests left to right Mrs Raymond Riddle Mr Riddle Vice President First National Bank of Atlanta and Mrs William Mathews
Above Mr Sakurauchi left Mission Leader and J D Fiolt second from left G P A Executive Director discuss exports to Japan with Robert Red fern right of Atlanta and other mission members
Below Mrs Hiroko Kofuji the only female representative on the mission is photographed with left to right John Candler Atlanta attorney Mrs Kofuji Fred Whelan G P A Director of Trade Development and tour member H Yamanaka
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Mr Kirk Stanford Operations Officer for the South Atlantic Outport the Army traffic agency responsible for the shipment indicated that the Army was well pleased with the service provided by both the Georgia Ports Authority and Stevens Shipping Company and that his office considers Savannah one of the best ports in the southeast for handling military cargo
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One of the largest military shipments in the southeast was discharged recently at Savannahs Garden City Terminal by the local stevedoring firm of Stevens Shipping Company Sixteen longshoreman gangs were used to offload over 6000 measurement tons of general cargo and 150 armored personnel carriers destined for the Georgia National Guard
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Georgia Export Trade Conference
The members of the Georgia International Trade Association Inc sponsors of the 1972 Georgia Export Trade Conference are to be commended for this years Conference in Atlanta which provided indepth experience with the many details involved with the handling of export orders Particular emphasis was placed on marketing as well as the forms and procedures of exporting
Speakers covered all modes methods and documentation of cargoes during the twoday meet
U S Senator Herman E Talmadge was the keynote speaker at this years conference Senator Talmadge told the group that agricultural exports from this country remain
overwhelmingly in the black despite a general trade deficit
Senator Talmadge further stated It has been estimated that by the turn of the century the volume of foreign trade about the world will more than double The State of Georgia which already has taken the lead in general cargo tonnage in the South Atlantic range is destined to claim a tremendous share of this growth
In conclusion Senator Talmadge said Georgia ports have a big part to play in the future growth of Georgia Our increase involvement in international trade is a potential that we must continue to develop
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Below conversation moves to a lighter vein as the Senator is pictured with Richard Grosse Export Director Stone and Co Dick Bledsoe Marketing Service Manager L B Foster Co and Jim Powers Sales Manager Southeastern Maritime Co
Below discussions get serious as Senator Talmadge confers with left to right Bill Winkle Director International Sales Gold Kist L H Haanebrink President Deutz U S A and Lovell Surber and Sam Lloyd of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Trade Development office
U S Senator Herman E Talmadge above center chats with J D Holt left GPA Executive Director and W D Trippe right G P A SecretaryTreasurer Below Senator Talmadge discusses Georgias international trade with left to right Walker Pendleton Conference CoChairman Frank Kaufman Conference CoChairman and Jack Welsh Georgia Department of industry and Trade
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MidAmerica
World Trade Conference
Hospitality was the name of the game at the G P A Chicago reception In the top photo Fred Whelan G P A Director of Trade Development chats with Dick Glowe of the D C A Corporation The center photo shows Sam Wade Netumar LineNew York and W T Tschoho Kirsch Co Sturgis Michigan In the lower photo Fred Whelan is pictured with B A Logan Director International Sales Illinois Central Railroad
There were over 500 registered delegates at this years MidAmerica World Trade Conference held at the Palmer House in Chicago Illinois on March 1st and 2nd 1972 Speakers included His Excellency Nobuhiko Ushiba Ambassador of Japan to the United States Washington D C Joseph S Wright Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer Zenith Radio Corporation Chicago Illinois Mrs Lucy Benson President League of Women Voters of the United States Washington D C The Honorable JeanLuc Pepin P C M P Minister of Industry Trade and Commerce of Canada Ottawa Ontario Canada James H Ingersoll President BorgWarner International Corporation Chicago Illinois Melvin C Holm Chairman of the Board Carrier Corporation Syracuse New York The
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Above Don Brideson Right G P A Western Regional Manager Chicago serves as congenial host to Jack Smith Left MooreMcCormack Lines and Jack Dolan Center Southern Ports Foreign Freight Committee Below Brideson is pictured with Ray Schewene Center and V C Trayser of the Southern Railway Chicago
Above Fred Whelan Center chats with Hal Siek Left and Ron Smith of Paulak Ltd Chicago Below Don Brideson emphasizes a point to Strachan Shipping officials Donald Johnson and Carl Grothendieck and John Klunck of the OilDry Corporation
MARINE TERMINALSINDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES
Honorable Edwin S Cohen Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy U S Department of the Treasury Washington D C John G Montag Vice PresidentInternational Caterpillar Tractor Company Peoria Illinois The Honorable Roderic L OConnor Coordinator Bureau for Supporting Assistance Agency for International Development U S Department of State Washington D C The Honorable Harold B Scott Assistant Secretary for Domestic and International Business U S Department of Commerce Washington D C The Honorable Daniel Ken Inouye U S Senator Hawaii Member Senate Commerce Committee Washington D C The photos attest to the good time had by those who attended the Georgia Ports Authority Reception held in connection with the MidAmerica World Trade Conference
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Probably the only meeting of the Georgia General Assembly that out draws the Savannah Maritimes annual Oyster Roast in Atlanta is the Governors annual State of the State address
It is a great party no speeches no presentations and no politics well hardly any just good seafood fun and fellowship on the banks of the Chattahoochee
This years party was attended by just about everyone on Capital Hill including Governor Jimmy Carter and Mrs Carter and Lt Governor Lester Maddox and Mrs Maddox
State officials always appear to be fascinated by statistics so we give you a few from this years Oyster Roast oysters consumed 40 bushels shrimp consumed 500 pounds All other statistics on consumption are strictly classified
Honored guest Governor and Mrs Jimmy Carter are welcomed to the Oyster Roast by Tom Adams left President Strachan Shipping Co Robert H Tharpe Sr second from right Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority and J D Holt right Executive Director G P A
Lt Governor and Mrs Lester Maddox were also on hand at this years party on the banks of the Chattahoochee and are pictured here chatting with Walter Caceres Vice President of Stevens Shipping Terminal Co
Three very important port people are pictured on the right They are left to right State Representative J Willis Conger chairman of the Port Subcommittee State Representative Philip M Chandler Chairman House Committee on State institutions and Properties and Robert H Tharpe Sr Chairman Georgia Ports Authority
State Representative Arthur Gignilliat left seems to be making his point to Representative James H Sloppy Floyd right chairman of the House Appropriations Committee Looking on are Rep Carlton Colwell Vice Chairman on the House Committee on State Institutions and Properties and Rep Tom Triplett
ACC Germany
The 69th annual meeting of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany had something for everyone This years meeting included six workshops covering all aspects of International commerce Lawrence W Magrath European Director of the Georgia Ports Authority and chairman of the ACC Transportation Committee served as moderator of the Transportation Workshop Panel Members of the panel are pictured left to right G P Mosier Trans World Airlines Inc Frankfurt H Buss Metallgesellschaft AG Frankfurt Lawrence W Magrath Moderator Captain M Markussen Unit Load Council Oslo K Fahr United Airlines Inc Frankfurt H E Godden DuPont de Nemours Deutschland GmeH Dsseldorf
FRP Company Receives E Award
The FRP Companys International Stores Division of Baxley Ga a key supplier of gum rosin has received the Presidential E Award Citation for Exports The Award was presented due to the Companys successful effort to develop its export markets with a substantial increase in overseas sales Pictured at the presentation are left to right James W Mcintire Director Savannah Office U S Dept of Commerce John S Laws President FRP Co INS Div Baxley Ga Marinus van Gessel Acting Director Bureau of International Commerce U S Dept of Commerce Andrew P Calhoun Vice President The Liberty National Bank Chairman Savannah REEC A Marshall England Export Sales Manager INS Div FRP Company Baxley Ga
Governor Carter Welcomes Zim Container Service
Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter welcomes officials of Zim Container Service inaugurating the first full container service between Savannah and the Far East Pictured with the Governor are left to right Alex Kaufman special consultant to Zim A Kaplan President Cannon Associates Advertising and Promotion Consultants for Zim Jeffery M Driesen Sr Vice President Zim Container Service Herman Tabak Asst to President Zim Container Service Governor Carter Fred Whelan Director of Trade Development G P A Robert H Tharpe Sr Chairman G P A and James C Barbre member G P A
House Committee On State Institutions and Properties Inspect Savannah State Docks
State Representatives members of the Committee recently had an onsite inspection of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Savannah terminals The visit included a look at the Authoritys new Container Central facility and the multiproduct Dry Bulk handling terminal Pictured above are left to right J D Holt Executive Director G P A Rep John K Patterson Carrollton Rep Carlton H Colwell Blairsville Vice Chairman House Committee on State Institutions and Properties Rep Doug Whitmire Gainesville Rep Earl T Davis Columbus Rep Tom C Carr Sandersville Rep Lauren McDonald Jr Commerce Rep Lowell E Leggett Brunswick Rep Ottis Sweat Jr Waycross Rep Dewey D Rush Glennville Rep Glenn S Phillips Harlem Rep Matthew W Mulherin Augusta Rep Roy J Chappell Sr Dublin Rep Paul E Nessmith Sr Statesboro Rep J Willis Conger Bainbridge Chairman of Port Subcommittee Rep Albert W Thompson Columbus Rep J T Dailey Cuthbert Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman G P A Rep Herbert Jones Jr Savannah Rep James C Barbre member G P A Rep Quimby Melton Jr Griffin Chairman House Ways Means Committee
South Atlantic Division Engineer Visits Savannah
Major General Daniel A Raymond the newly assigned South Atlantic Division Engineer for the U S Army Corps of Engineers recently made a tour of the Savannah harbor and was given a briefing of Savannah District activities and programs by staff members During the visit he was honored at a luncheon by the Savannah Port Authority
General Raymond directs the Army Corps of Engineer planning engineering design and construction of both civil works and military construction projects in the southeastern United States Panama Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands These programs include major water resource development projects as well as facilities for Army and Air Force bases the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the U S Postal Service
Congressman Kyros Tours Port
Peter N Kyros left United States Representative from Maine and active member of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce and Merchant Marine and Fisheries accompanied by Johnny Constantine Strachan Shipping Co recently toured the mammouth Savannah facilities of the Georgia Ports Authority Congressman Kyros was in Savannah as a guest of the Greek community in conjunction with the 151 anniversary of Greek Independence
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Now we offer you container service second to none Seatrain United States Lines and Zim Container Service began providing regular service at Savannah in early May These three top intermodal carriers put you in touch with worldwide markets
Plus competitive truck and rail rates the worlds fastest container crane and a new container terminal with no congestion
Inbound or outbound its a waltz when you ship through Savannah And you name the tune
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A F R I C A
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira Tamatave Walvis Bay Mombasa DaresSalaam
MormacbayMooreMcCorntack SirachanJune 22
Hellenic WaveHellenic Stevens June 30
S A NederburgSouth African MarineSmith KellyJune 30
Hellenic FaithHellenic Stevens July 5
Mormaccove MooreMcCormack StrachanJuly 12
S AWeltevredenSouth African MarineSmith KellyJuly 13
African Dawn Farrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 18
MormacprideMooreMcCormack SirachanJuly 26
S A ConstantinSouth African MarineSmith KellyJuly 27
African MercuryFarrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 8
African CornelFarrell Southeastern MaritimeAug 22
WEST AFRICA Abidjan Cotonue Dakar Douala Freetown LagosApapa Libreville Lome Monrovia Port Gentil Port Harcourt Pointe Noire Tema
DegemaChargeurs RE Dempster StrachanJuly 6
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS
Hercules Royal Netherlands Strachan June 19
fasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 27
Curacao NETHERLANDS
Hercules Royal Netherlands SirachanJune 19
Jason Royal Netherlands StrachanJune 27
Kingston JAMAICA
TheronRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 16
Jason Royal Netherlands StrachanJune 27
PortauPrince HAITI
TheronRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 16
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
HerculesRoyal Netherlands SirachanJune 19
JasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 27
CENTRAL AMERICA
Cristobal CANAL ZONE
CopiapoChilean StrachanJune 22
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
Gunhild Torm Torm Southern June 17
Italia Hellenic Stevens
Alice Torm Torm Southern June 27
Turkia Hellenic Slovens July 10
Thyra Torm Torm 1 Southern July 21
Algiers ALGERIA
A Vessel States Marine Smith Kelly June 20
Ashdod ISRAEL
Mazal Zim Southern June 26
Mazal Zim Southern July 14
Anat Zim Southern July 21
Barcelona SPAIN
Gunhild Torm Torm Southern June 17
Alice Torm Torm Southern June 27
Thyra Torm Torm Southern Tilly 91
Shirley Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan July 26
Beirut LEBANON
Gunhild Torm Torm Southern June 17
Italia Hellenic Sfeirenq June 2
Alice Torm Torm Southern June 27
Shirley Lykes Lykes Brothers i Strachan July 96
Amiral S Okan HHM Turkish Cargo Stevens June 28
Turkia Hellenic Stevens July 10
Hollandia Hellenic Stevens July 20
Thyra Torm Torm Southern Julv 21
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Ship Steamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Cadiz SPAIN
A Vessel Slates Marine Smith ft Kelly June 20
Constanza RUMANIA
Italia Hellenic Stevens June 23
Genoa ITALY Enrico Dandolo Lazzaro Mocenigo Shirley Lykes Sidarma Sidarma Lykes Brothers Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime Sirachan June 27 July 8 July 26
Haifa ISRAEL Mazal Zim June 26 July 14 July 21
Mazal Zim
Anat Zim Southern
Iskenderun TURKEY
Amiral S Okan Turkish Cargo Stevens June 28
Istanbul TURKEY
Amiral S Okan Turkish Cargo Stevens June 28
Izmir TURKEY Amiral S Okan Turkish Cargo Stevens June 28
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS Gunhild Torm Torm Souhpnn June 17 June 27 July 21
Alice Torm Torm
Thyra Torm Torm Southern
La Spezia ITALY Star Columbia Star Strachan June 24
Leghorn ITALY Star Columbia Enrico Dandolo Lazzaro Mocenigo Star Sidarma Sidarma Strachan Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime June 24 June 27 July 8
Leixoes PORTUGAL Gunhild Torm Torm June 17
Alice Torm Torm Southern
Thyra Torm Torm Southern July 21
Lisbon PORTUGAL Gunhild Torm Torm 1 June 17 June 27 July 21
Alice Torm Thyra Torm Torm Torm Southern Southern
Marseilles FRANCE
Enrico Dandolo Lazzaro Mocenigo Sidarma Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime June 27 July 8
Naples ITALY Star Columbia Star June 24 July 26
Shirley Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan
Piraeus GREECE A Vessel States Marine Smith Kelly Stevens June 20 June 23
Italia Hellenic
Turkia Hellenic
Hollandia Hellenic MMM Stevens July 20
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
Zadar Jugolinija Smith ft Kelly June 16
St Louis Du Rhone FRANCE Star Columbia Star Strachan June 24
Salonika GREECE
Italia Hellenic June 23
Turkia Hellenic
Hollandia Hellenic Stevens July 20
Savona ITALY Zadar Jugolinija Smith Kelly
Star Columbia Star June 24 June 27 July 8
Enrico Dandolo Lazzaro Mocenigo Sidarma Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
Sfax TUNISIA Shirley Lykes Lykes Brothers Sirachan July 26
Split YUGOSLAVIA
Zadar Jugolinija Smith ft Kelly June 16
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS Gunhild Torm Torm June 17
Alice Torm Torm
Thyra Torm Torm Southern July 21
Tripoli LIBYA A Vessel Slates Marine
Italia Hellenic
Turkia Hellenic m Dievens
Hollandia Hellenic Stevens jiiuy in July 20
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Tunis TUNISIA Shirley Lykes Lykes Brothers Strachan July 26
Venice ITALY Star Columbia Star Lykes Brothers Strachan Strachan June 24 July 26

NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS Amer Alliance RTt United States Itlersum RPT Independent Gulf Amer Legacy RTt United States Hilversum RPT Independent Gulf Amer Leader RTt United Siales Hohenstein Smith Kelly Hohenstein Smith ft Kelly Hohenstein June 28 June 28 July 12 July 13 July 26
Antwerp BELGIUM
GorredykCombi Southeastern MaritimeJune 17
Nordstrand Regent J R Shipping June 20
Troll ParkOpen Bulk Carriers StrachanJune 20
Finn ClipperAtlantic Gull Service StrachanJune 26
Amer Alliance RTtUnited Slates Hohenstein June 28
Itlersum RPTindependent Gull 4 Smith KellyJune 28
Combi Southeastern MaritimeJune 29
Polish Ocean StevensJune 29
Combi Southeastern MaritimeJuly 4
Combi Southeastern Maritime July 5
Open Bulk Carriers StrachanJuly 6
Atlantic Gulf Service Strachan lJuly 7
United States Hohenstein July 12
Polish Ocean 4 Stevens July 1314
Independent Gulf Smith ft KellyJuly 13
Polish Ocean Stevens July 13
Combi Southeastern MaritimeJuly 14
Regent J R ShippingJuly 16
Finn EnsoAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan July 20
Amer Leader RTtUnited Stales HohensteinJuly 26
Gzacki Polish Ocean StevensJuly 27
Bremen GERMANY
Nordkap
Zambrow
Hamburger Wall
Bilderdyk L
Arctic Troll
Finn Maid
Amer Legacy RTt
Boleslaw Smialy
Hilversum RPT
K I Galczynsld
Grebbedyk
Nordwoge
Gorredyk
Nordstrand
Troll Park
Finn Clipper
Amer Alliance RTt
Itlersum RPT
Nordkap
Zambrow
Hamburger Wall
Bilderdyk L
Arctic Troll
Finn Maid
Amer Legacy RTt
Combi Southeastern MaritimeJune 17
Regent J R ShippingJune 20
Open Bulk Carriers StrachanJune 20
Atlantic Gulf Service 4 StrachanJune 26
United States HohensteinJune 28
Independent Gulf Smith KellyJune 28
Combi Southeastern MaritimeJune 29
Polish Ocean Stevens June 29
Combi Southeastern MaritimeJuly 4
Combi Southeastern MaritimeJuly 5
Open Bulk Carriers StrachanA July 6
Atlantic Gulf Service StrachanJuly 7
United States HohensteinJuly 12
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Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Boleslaw SmialyPolish Ocean Stevens
Hilversum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith ft Kelly
K I GalczynsldPolish Ocean Stevens
GrebbedykCombi 44 Southeastern Maritime
NordwogeRegent J R Shipping
Finn EnsoiAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Amer Leader RTtUnited Stales Hohenstein
GzackiPolish Ocean Stevens
Bremerhaven GERMANY
Amer Alliance RTtUnited Stales Hohenstein
Seatrain San Juan tSealrain Smith Kelly
Bilderdyk LCombi Southeastern Maritime
Amer Legacy RTtUnited Stales Hohenstein
Amer Leader RTtUnited Stales Hohenstein
Hamburg GERMANY
GorredykCombi Southeastern Maritime
Troll ParkOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan
Finn ClipperAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Amer Alliance RTtUnited States Hohenstein
Itlersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly
NordkapCombi Southeastern Maritime
ZambrowPolish Ocean Stevens
Hamburger WallCombi Southeastern Maritime
Arctic TrollOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan
Finn MaidAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Amer Legacy RTtUnited Stales Hohenstein
Boleslaw SmialyPolish Ocean Stevens
Hilversum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith ft Kelly
K I GalczynsldPolish Ocean Stevens
GrebbedykCombi 4 Southeastern Maritime
Finn EnsoAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Amer Leader RTtUnited States Hohenstein
GzackiPolish Ocean Stevens
LeHavre FRANCE
GorredykCombi Southeastern Maritime
Finn ClipperAtlantic Gulf Service 4 Strachan
Amer Alliance RTtUnited Slates Hohenstein
NordkapCombi Southeastern Maritime
Hamburger WallCombi Southeastern Maritime
Finn MaidAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Amer Legacy RTtUnited Slates Hohenstein
Boleslaw SmialyPolish Ocean Stevens
GrebbedykCombi Southeastern Maritime
Finn EnsoAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Amer Leader RTtUnited States Hohenstein
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
GorredykCombi Southeastern Maritime
Troll ParkOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan
Finn ClipperAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Amer Alliance RTtUnited States Hohenstein
Itlersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith Sc Kelly
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July 7
July 12
July 1314
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June 17 June 20 June 26 June 28 June 28
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Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
NordkapCombi Southeastern MaritimeJune 29
ZambrowPolish Ocean StevensJune 29
Hamburger WallCombi Southeastern Maritime July 4
Bilderdyk LCombi Southeastern Maritime July 5
Arctic TroUOpen Bulk Carriers SlrachanJuly 6
Finn MaidAtlantic Gulf Service StrachanJuly 7
Amer Legacy RTtUnited Stales HohensteinJuly 12
Boleslaw SmialyPolish Ocean StevensJuly 1314
Hilversum RPT Independent Gulf Smith KellyJuly 13
K I GalczynsldPolish Ocean StevensJuly 13
Grebbedyk Combi Southeastern MaritimeJuly 14
Nordwoge Regent J R ShippingJuly 16
Amer Leader RTtUnited States HohensteinJuly 26
GzackiPolish Ocean StevensJuly 27
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine
Zim New York tZim
Philippine Bataan M C P
Southern
Southern
Southern
Southeastern Maritime
July 13 July 14 July 19 July 25
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine A LunaM C P
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine
Philippine BataanM C P
Southeastern Maritime
Southern
Southern
Southern
Southeastern Maritime
June 28 July 7 July 13 July 14 July 25
Inchon KOREA
Export Courier
Export Builder
Great Power
Zim New York t
Amer Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Amer Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Ta Cheng LJk Southeastern Maritime
Zim WK Southern
June 20 July 2 July 16 July 19
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
ManganAtlanttrafik
Irish Rowen Sovereign Marine
Stevens
TTT Co Inc
June 28 July 10
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
Irish RowenSovereign Marine
TTT Co IncJuly 10
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
African NeptuneFarrell
ManganAilantirafik
Irish RowenSovereign Marine
Austral PilotFarrell
African MeteorFarrell
Kaoshiung FORMOSA
Export Courier Amer Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Union FreedomChina Union Stevens
Hai FuChina Merchants Southern
Export BuilderAmer Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Hai Yeh China Merchants Southern
Groat PowerTa Cheng Southeastern Maritime
Zim New York tZim 1 Southern
June 20 June 23 June 27 July 2 July 3 July 16 July 19
Southeastern Mariiime
Stevens
TTT Co Inc
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
June 25 June 28 July 10 July 13 July 27
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine A Luna M C PSoutheastern Marilime
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern
Philippine BataanM C P Southeastern Marilime
June 28 July 7 July 13 July 14 July 25
Keelung FORMOSA
Export Courier Amer Export Isbrandlseh Strachan
Union FreedomChina Union iS Stevens
France MaruK Line u Stevens
Hai FuChina Merchants Southern
Export BuilderAmer Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
Hai YehChina Merchants Southern
Great PowerTa Cheng Southeastern Maritime
Zim New York tZim l Southern
June 20 June 23 June 26 June 27 July 2 July 3 July 6 July 19
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine A LunaM C P Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine Southern
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern
Philippine BataanM C P Southeastern Mariiime
June 28 July 7 July 13 July 25
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Export CourierAmer Export Isbrandtsen
Union FreedomChina Union
France Maru K Line
Philippine A LunaM C P Southeastern
Export BuilderAmer Export Isbrandtsen
Great PowerTa Cheng Southeastern
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine
Strachan
Slevens
Stevens
Marilime
Slrachan
Maritime
Southern
June 20 June 23 June 26 June 28 July 2 July 6 July 7
Kobe JAPAN
Joruna
Export Courier
France Maru
Hai Fu
Peter Bornhofen
Nopal Vega
Export Builder
Sacramento Maru
Hai Yehg
Japan Ambassador
Great Power
Phil Pres Garcia
Yamaaki Maru
Ocean Prima
Phil Pres Osmena
Japan Hohenstein
Amer Export Isbrandtsen Slrachan
K Line Stevens
China Merchants Southern
N Y K Strachan
Japan Hohenstein
Amer Export Isbrandtsen Strachan
MitsuiO S KStrachan
China Merchants Southern
Japan l Hohenstein
Ta Cheng Southeastern Maritime
United Philippine Southern
YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Ine
MitsuiO S K1 Strachan
United Philippine Southern
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Phil Pres Roxas Southern July 14 14 15 19 21 30
Tagaharu Maru Leonis Halcousis Zim New York t YamashiiaShinnihon N Y K Zim TTT Co Inc Strachan Southern July July July
Scottstoun N Y K Strachan Inly
San Francisco Maru MilsuiO S K Strachan July
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine A Luna M C P Southeastern Maritime June 28
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern July 7
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern July 13
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern July 14
Philippine Bataan M C P Southeastern Maritime July 25
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
African Neptune Farrell 25
Mangan Ailanttrafik Stevens
Irish Rowen Sovereign Marine TTT Co Ine July 10
Austral Pilot Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 13
African Meteor Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 27
Nagoya JAPAN
Joruna Japan Hohenstein 16
France Maru HM K Line Stevens June 26
Peter Bornhofen N Y K Strachan June 27
Nopal Vega Japan Hohenstein 29
Sacramento Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan July 2
Japan Ambassador Janan Hohenstein July 4
Yamaaki Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 8
Ocean Prima MitsuiO S K Strachan July 11
Tagaharu Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 14
Leonis Halcousis N Y K Strachan July 15
Zim New York t Zim Southern 19
Scottstoun N Y K Strachan July 21
San Francisco Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan July 30
Osaka JAPAN
Joruna Janan Hohenstein 16
Export Courier 90
France Maru HR K Line Stevens June 26
Peter Bornhofen N Y K Strachan June 27
Nopal Vega Hohenstein 29
Export Builder Strachan July 2
Sacramento Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan July 2
Japan Ambassador Japan Hohenstein July 4
Yamaaki Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 8
Ocean Prima Strachan July H
Tagaharu Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 14
Leonis Halcousis N Y K Strachan July 15
Zim New York t Zim Southern July 19
Scottstoun N Y K Strachan July 21
San Francisco Maru MilsuiO S K Strachan July 30
Pusan KOREA
Export Courier Amer Export Isbrandlsen Strachan June 20
Great Power Ta Cheng Southeastern Maritime July 16
Export Builder Strachan July 2
Zim New York t Zim Southern July 19
Saigon SOUTH VIETNAM
Export Courier Amer Export Isbrandlsen Strachan 20
Export Builder Amer Export Isbrandlsen Strachan July 2
Sydney AUSTRALIA
African Neptune Farrell June 25
Mangan Ailanttrafik Stevens JUHA 9ft
Irish Rowen Sovereign Marine TTT Co Ine July 10
Austral Pilot Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 13
African Meteor Farrell Southeastern Maritime July 27
Tokyo JAPAN
Zim New York t Zim Southern July 19
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Yokohama JAPAN
Joruna Japan Hohenstein June 16
Export Courier Amer Export Isbrandlsen Strachan June 20
France Maru K Line Stevens June 26
Hai Fu China Merchants Southern June 27
Peter Bornhofen N Y K Strachan June 27
Nepal Vega Japan Hohenstein June 29
Export Builder Amer Export Isbrandlsen Sirachan July 2
Sacramenlo Maru MilsuiO S K Strachan July 2
Hai Yeh China Merchants Southern July 3
Japan Ambassador Japan Hohenstein July 4
Great Power Ta Chena Southeastern Maritime July 6
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern July 7
Yamaaki Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 8
Ocpan Prima MitsuiO S K Strachan July 11
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern July 13
Phil Pres Roxas United Philippine Southern July 14
Tagaharu Maru YamashiiaShinnihon TTT Co Inc July 14
Leonis Halcousis N Y K Strachan July 15
Zim New York t Zim Southern July 19
Scottstoun N Y K Strachan July 21
San Francisco Maru MilsuiO S K Strachan July 30
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Abu Dhabi Armadale Slates Marine Arya Smith Kelly Smith 8c Kelly June June 18 29 4 17
Monika Wiards Apj Ambika ir Slates Marine Arya Smith Kelly Smith 8c Kelly July July
Bahrein
Arya Nur Arya Smith Kelly June 29
Api Ambika Arya Smith fc Kelly July 17
Bandar Shahpur
Stales Marine Smith Kelly June 18
Arya Nur Arya Smith Sc Kelly June 29
Monika Wiards Slates Marine Smith fc Kelly July 4
Apj Ambika Arya Smith Kelly July 17
Basrah
Armadale States Marine Smith b Kelly 18
Monika Wiards Slates Marine Smith Sc Kelly July 4
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
ArmadaleStates Marine Smith KellyJune 18
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensJune 28
Arya Nur Arya Smith Kelly June 29
Monika Wiards States Marine Smith 8c Kelly July 4
Hellenic Ideal Hellenic Stevens July 12
Apj Ambika Arya Smith 3C Kelly July 17
Doha
Armadale Stales Marine Smith ft Kelly June 18
Monika Wiards States Marine Smith ft Kelly July 4
Dubai
Armadale Slates Marine Smith ft Kelly June 18
Arya Nur Arya Smith b Kelly June 29
Monika Wiards t Slates Marine Smith b Kelly July 4
Apj Ambika Arya Smith ft Kelly July 17
Khorramshahr IRAN
Armadale Slates Marine Smith ft Kelly June 18
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens June 28
Arya Nur Arya Smith ft Kelly June 29
Monika Wiards States Marine Smith Sc Kelly July 4
Hellenic IdeaL Hellenic Stevens July 12
Apj Ambika Arya Smith SC Kelly July 17
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BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
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Hellenic Stevens July 12
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Hellenic WaveHellenic StevensJune 30
Hellenic FaithHellenic Stevens July 5
Abu Dhabi SAUDI ARABA
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Hellenic Faith Hellenic Stevens
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Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
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Hellenic Wave Hellenic June 30 July 4 July 5
Monika Wiards States Marine Smith Kelly
Hellenic Faith Hellenic Stevens
Dubai SAUDI ARABIA
Mississippi Xloyd Nedlloyd Strachan June 16
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Armadale Smith Sc Kelly
Hellenic Wave Hellenic June 18
Monika Wiards Hellenic Faith Slates Marine Hellenic Smith Sc Kelly Stevens July 4 July 5
Khorramshahr Mississippi Lloyd SAUDI ARABIA Nedlloyd Strachan June 16
Kuwait SAUDI ARABIA Mississippi Lloyd Nedlloyd Strachan June 16
Mena Al Fahal Mississippi Lloyd SAUDI ARABIA Nedlloyd Strachan June 16
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Finn Enso Atlantic Gulf Service
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Gdynia POLAND Zambrow Polish Ocean Stevens June 29
Boleslaw Smialy Polish Ocean Stevens
K I Galczynski Polish Ocean Stevens
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Hamina FINLAND
Finn dipper Atlantic Gulf Service Ctvnnltnn June 26 July 7 July 20
Finn Maid Atlantic Gulf Service
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Helsinki FINLAND
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Seatrain San Juan tSeairain Smith KellyJune 30
Finn MaidAtlantic Gulf Service StrachanJuly 7
Finn EnsoAtlantic Gulf Service StrachanJuly 20
Malmo SWEDEN
Finn ClipperAtlantic Gulf Service
Seairain San Juan tSeairain
Finn MaidAtlantic Gulf Service
Finn EnsoAtlantic Gulf Service
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Finn Clipper Atlantic Gulf Service
Seatrain San Juan tSeatrain
Finn Maid Atlantic Gulf Service
Finn Enso Atlantic Gulf Service
Strachan
Smith Kelly
Strachan
Strachan
Strachan
Smith Kelly
Strachan
Strachan
June 26 June 30 July 7 July 20
June 26 June 30 July 7 July 20
Oslo NORWAY
Finn ClipperLi Atlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Seatrain San Juan t Seatrain M Smith Kelly
Finn Maid feAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Finn EnsoAtlantic Gulf Service Strachan
Stockholm SWEDEN
Finn Clipper Atlantic Gulf
Seatrain San Juan tSeairain
Finn MaidAtlantic Gulf
Finn Enso Atlantic Gulf
June 26 June 30 July 7 July 20
Service
Service
Service
Strachan
Smith Kelly
Strachan
Strachan
June 26 June 30 July 7 July 20
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Belem
Buenos Aires Mormacaltair Rio Dulce j Hornero ARGENTINA MooreMcCormack Argentine Argentine Strachan sjg Strachan dUiy A3 June 17 June 18
Sao Paulo Ivaran
Savannah Jvaran Southnm
Rio Salado Mormacvega Rio Marapa Argentine MooreMcCormack Argentine Strachan Strachan Strachan July 5 July 16 July 23
Fortaleza Marcos S Dantas Netumar Southeastern Maritime June 18
Montevideo URUGUAY Mormacaliair MooreMcCormnrk June 17 June 25 July 3 July 16
Sao Paulo Ivaran
Savannah Ivaran
Mormacvega MooreMcCormack Strachan
Parana gua BRAZIL
MormacaliairMooreMcCormack
Marcos S DantasNetumar
IiassuceLloyd Brasileiro
Pedro TeixeiraNetumar
A VesseliiXloyd Brasileiro
CelestinouXloyd Brasileiro
MormacvegaMooreMcCormack
Recife BRAZIL
IiassuceLloyd Brasileiro
StrachanJune 17
Southeastern MaritimeJune 18
StevensJune 20
Southeastern MaritimeJune 25
StevensJuly 2
StevensJuly 15
StrachanJuly 16
StevensJune 29
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Mormacaliair Marcos S Dantas
Itassuce
Pedro Teixeira
Sao Paulo
A Vessel
MooreMcCormack
Netumar
Xloyd Brasileiro
Netumar
Ivaran
Lloyd Brasileiro
Strachan
Southeastern Maritime
Stevens
Southeastern Maritime
Southern
Stevens
June 17 June 18 June 20 June 25 June 25 July 2
SOUTHEASTERN
STEAMSHIP AGENTS J
MARITIME CO
STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
310 East Bav Street P O Box 2747 9122348265
ATLANTA GEORGIA 30323
2250 N Druid Hills Rd NE 4046332485
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201
1746 East Adams Street P G Box 1504 9043538201
SERVING
Port Royal South Carolina Charleston South Carolina Georgetown South Carolina Wilmington North Carolina Morehead City North Carolina
Canaveral Florida Fernandina Florida Jacksonville Florida Brunswick Georgia Savannah Georgia
AGENTS FOR
Alcoa Steamship Co
American Export Isbrandtsen Line Combi Line Farrell Lines
Florida Motorships Corp
Indian Towing Co
Maritime Co of the Philippines Motorships Inc
Netumar Lines Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Siaarma Line
Transatlantic Shipping Agency Inc Wallenius Line
MAYJUNE 1972
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Savnnh I varan Southern July 3
Celesiino Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 15
Mofmacvpga MooreMcCormack Strachan July 16
Mosqueiro Netumar Southeastern Maritime July 85
Salvador BRAZIL Pdrn Teixeira Netumar Southeastern Maritime June 85
A Vassal Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 8
Celesiino Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 15
Santos BRAZIL MooreMcCormack Strachan June 17
Marcos S Dantas Netumar Southeastern Maritime June 18
Iiassuce Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens June 80
Pedro Teixeira Netumar Southeastern Maritime June 85
Sac Paulo Ivaran Southern June 85
A Vessel Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 8
Savannah Ivaran Southern July 3
Celesiino Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 15
Mormacvega MooreMcCormack Strachan July 16
Mosqueiro Netumar Southeastern Maritime July 85
Vitoria BRAZIL Marcos S Dantas Netumar Southeastern Maritime June 18
A Vessel Lloyd Brasileiro Stevens July 8
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Belem
ClementBooth SouthernJune 81
Salo Marcus1 Figueiredo SouthernJuly 10
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
TheronRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 16
JasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 87
La Guaira VENEZUELA
HerculesRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 19
SucreVenezuelan Smith ft KellyJune 80
JasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 87
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Hercules Royal Netherlands StrachanJune 19
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Theron Royal Netherlands StrachanJune 16
SucreVenezuelan Smith KellyJune 80
JasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 87
Paramaribo SURINAM
TheronBoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 16
Jasn Royal Netherlands StrachanJune 87
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Sucre Venezuelan Smith KellyJune 80
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
TheronRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 16
JasonRoyal Netherlands StrachanJune 87
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
Copiapo Chilean StrachanJune 88
Arica CHILE
Copiapo Chilean StrachanJune 88
Buenaventura
A VesselBo Am ExpressSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 18
Callao PERU
CopiapoChilean StrachanJune 88
A Vessel So Am ExpressSoutheastern MaritimeJuly 18
Chanaral CHILE
CopiapoChilean 1 StrachanJune 38
Coquimbo CHILE
CopiapoChilean StrachanJune 88
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Guayaquil ECUADOR Copiapo Chilean A Vessel Bo Am Express Strachan Southeastern Maritime June 88 July 18
Iquique CHILE Copiapo Chilean Strachan June 88
Macapa Mosqueiro Netumar Southeastern Maritime July 35
Manaus Booth Southern June 81
L Figueiredo Southern July 10
Mosqueiro Netumar 1 Southeastern Maritime July 85
Matarani PERU Copiapo Chilean Strachan June 88
San Antonia CHILE Coniano Chilean Strachan June 88
Talcahuano CHILE CoDiaoo Chilean Strachan June 88
Tocopilla CHILE Copiapo Chilean Strachan June 88
Valparaiso CHILE Chilean Strachan June 88
A Vessel So Am Express Southeastern Maritime July 18
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA Excuta Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan June 88
Jafcpalaka Scindia Smith Kelly June 89
JaladuHiia Scindia Smith Kelly July 11
Vishva Nayak S C I Smith 8c Kelly July 13
Calcutta INDIA
Executor Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan June 88
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens June 88
Jalapalaka Scindia Smith Kelly June 39
Scindia Smith 8c Kelly July 11
Hellenic Ideal Hellenic Stevens July 18
Vishva Navak S C I Smith 8c Kelly July 13
Karachi PAKISTAN Fvorntnr Am Exnort Isbrandisen Strachan June 38
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens June 88
Hellenic IdeaL Hellenic Stevens July 18
Madras INDIA
Executor Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan June 88
Jalapalaka Scindia Smith 8c Kelly June 89
Jaladuhila Scindia Smith 8c Kelly July 11
Vishva Nayak S C 3 Smith 8c Kelly July 13
Singapore
Zim New York tZim
UNITED KINGDOM
Belfast
NewfoundlandFurness Warren
Dublin
Nova Scotia Furness Warren Smith 8c Kelly July 86
London ENGLAND J R Shippinq June 80
Troll Park Arctic Troll Open Bulk Carriers Open Bulk Carriers Strachan Strachan June 30 July 6
Manchester Newfoundland Nova Scotia ENGLAND Furness Warren Furness Warren Smith 8c Kelly Smith 8c Kelly July 5 July 36
New Haven ENGLAND
ZambrowaPolish Ocean StevensJune 89
K I GalczynsldPolish Ocean StevensJuly 13
Boleslaw Smialy Polish Ocean Stevens July 1314
Gzacld Polish Ocean Stevens July 87
SouthernJuly 19
and IRELAND
Smith 6c KellyJuly 5
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 1805 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Directory of Port Services
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
Atlanta Ga404 4712899
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
Atlanta Ga404 6332485
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
Atlanta Ga404 8732543
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
Atlanta Ga 404 4712899
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTH ATLANTIC TERMINALS INC
Savannoh Ga912 2334527
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
Savannah Ga912 2348265
Atlanta Ga404 6332485
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
Atlanta Ga404 8732543
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 1 912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2360206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga 912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ca 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 MERRY SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2342266
C G WILLIS INC
Paulsboro N J609 4234500
BARGE SERVICE INLAND MERRY SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2342266
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 9641960
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 Ga 912 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 Ga912 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
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 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 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 CHARGE2324321 Ext 368
24 Hour Answering Service 2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Savannah Field Office
DIRECTOR
James W Mdntire 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
NORWAYPeter Norboge 2346671
SWEDENPeter Norboge 2346671
VENEZUELA Sr Jorge Manrique 2341005
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