Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 13, Numbers 1-4, 1973 January/February-1973 November/December

Collection:
Georgia Government Publications
Title:
Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 13, Numbers 1-4, 1973 January/February-1973 November/December
Creator:
Georgia. Ports Authority
Publisher:
Savannah, Ga. : Georgia. Ports Authority
Date of Original:
1973-01/1973-11
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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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124 pages
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University of Georgia. Map and Government Information Library
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MUARYFEBRUARY 1973 VOLUME 13 NUMBER 1
JIM BISSON Editor
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E tor Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALSAUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
American Export Lines 2
YamashitaShinnihon Lines 4
Japan Lines 6
Atlanttrafik Express Lines 8
GPA International 10
Georgia Foreign Trade 12
Governors Export Conference 14
National Foreign Trade Convention 16
Panalpina World Transport Ltd 19
Southern Textile Expo 20
European Forwarders 21
Pacifying Pachyderms 22
Port Directory 23
Container Central opened in May of this year and like Topsy it just growed and growed Today five full container lines serve this terminal with more to come
Construction has begun on a second terminal It will be a mirror image adjoining the existing facility We know our readers are not surprised at this project you just expect it of the South Atlantics number one port
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge Vice Chairman
Charles E Walker Columbus
Richard M Scarlett Brunswick
James C Barbre Dalton
Don A Grantham Augusta
W D Trippe Cedartown SecretaryTreasurer
George H Chamlee 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 byothers 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
J D Holt
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As memories of the past year pass in review certain accomplishments that are helpful to our friends in international trade come to mind
Certainly high on the list would be the new full containership services now available at the Port of Savannah Philosophically of course it was the tremendous volume of cargo made available by our many customers that favorably influenced the decision of the various steamship lines This is an exercise in giving credit where credit is due
In alphabetical sequence American Export Line Japan Line United States Lines YamashitaShinnihon Steamship Co Ltd and Zim Container Service are
now providing container service embracing the rich and voluminous trading areas of Europe and the Far East
Additionally LASH service provided by Combi Lines is innovative in concept and marries very effectively the U S Intra Coastal Waterway with the principal ports and rivers of Europe
And certainly the multiproduct dry bulk handling facility that came on stream in 1972 is worthy of comment in that it provides a new type of service for our customers
1972 was a very good year and we are most grateful for the support of all of those engaged in international trade who use our port facilities
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JANUARYFEBRUARY 1973 VOLUME 13 NUMBER 1
JIM BISSON Editor

GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALSBRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALSAUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
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I Atlanttrafik Express Lines 8
H I I 1 GPA International 10
Georgia Foreign Trade 12
i Governors Export Conference 14
National Foreign Trade Convention 16
j Panalpina World Transport Ltd 19
if Southern Textile Expo 20
European Forwarders 21
Pacifying Pachyderms 22
l Port Directory 23
Container Central opened in May of this year and like Topsy it just growed and growed Today five full container lines serve this terminal with more to come
Construction has begun on a second terminal It will be a mirror image adjoining the existing facility We know our readers are not surprised at this project you just expect it of the South Atlantics number one port
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge Vice Chairman
Charles E Walker Columbus
Richard M Scarlett Brunswick
James C Barbre Dalton
Don A Grantham Augusta
W D Trippe Cedartown SecretaryTreasurer
George H Chamlee 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 byothers however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority PO Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9129641721 Advertising rates furnished on request
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As memories of the past year pass in review certain accomplishments that are helpful to our friends in international trade come to mind
Certainly high on the list would be the new full containership services now available at the Port of Savannah Philosophically of course it was the tremendous volume of cargo made available by our many customers that favorably influenced the decision of the various steamship lines This is an exercise in giving credit where credit is due
In alphabetical sequence American Export Line Japan Line United States Lines YamashitaShinnihon Steamship Co Ltd and Zim Container Service are
now providing container service embracing the rich and voluminous trading areas of Europe and the Far East
Additionally LASH service provided by Combi Lines is innovative in concept and marries very effectively the U S Intra Coastal Waterway with the principal ports and rivers of Europe
And certainly the multiproduct dry bulk handling facility that came on stream in 1972 is worthy of comment in that it provides a new type of service for our customers
1972 was a very good year and we are most grateful for the support of all of those engaged in international trade who use our port facilities
JANUARY FEBRUARY 1973
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Each week one of American Export Lines container ships carries cargo between Savannah and the following ports
Aarhus Alicante Amsterdam Antwerp Ashdod Barcelona Belfast Bilbao Bordeaux Bremen Bremerhaven Cadiz Catania Copenhagen Felixstowe Genoa Gothenburg Grangemouth Greenock Leghorn LeHavre Leith Liverpool London Malmo Marseilles Naples Odense Piraeus Rotterdam Seville Southampton Stockholm Trieste Valencia Venice and Zeebrugge

American Export Lines and Savannah have had a long and warm relationship based upon AELs breakbulk services connecting Georgias main port with Europe North Africa South Asia and the Far East
Last August American Export Lines augmented these services by introducing weekly fullcontainer sailings between Savannah and Northern Europe and the Mediterranean
Five AEL vessels call at Savannah The RED JACKET DEFIANCE GREAT REPUBLIC and YOUNG AMERICA displace 27980 tons have an overall length of 602 feet a 90foot beam and a maximum draft of 34 feet lVk inches They can carry 819 standard 20foot containers or an equivalent mix of standard 20s and 40s 20foot gondolas highcube 40s and 40foot refrigerated containers A
special feature of these ships is their 12800 square feet of rollonrolloff cargo space
AELs fifth Savanah vessel is also its newest ship in service the EXPORT FREEDOM
EXPORT FREEDOM displaces 26670 tons has an overall length of 610 feet a 78foot beam and a design draft of 27 feet She has a carrying capacity of 1070 standard 20foot cargo containers or the equivalent in standard 20foot and 40foot containers 20foot gondolas highcube 40foot containers and 40foot refrigerated vans
In addition to Savannah AELs AllAmerican 25vessel fleet calls at Baltimore Boston New York Norfolk and Philadelphia en route to more than 70 ports on four continents
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Georgia Ports Authority Chairman Robert H Tharpe right is presented with a beautiful KABUKI DOLL by Mrs SABURO YAMASHITA President YAMASHITA SHINNIHON LINES on the arrival at Savannah of the TOHBEI MARU on her maiden voyage In the photo opposite page members of the Georgia Ports Authority and shipping officials are pictured dockside Container Central for an official welcoming ceremony for the new Japanese line
On September 18th with the arrival of the Tohbei Maru at Savannah a new service of five Japanese ship lines began space charter service between Savannah and Japan
The new service puts the shippers of Savannah a week closer to its number on trading partner Japan
The five Japanese lines in the new space charter are Mitsui OSK Lines NYK Line Nippon Yusen Kaisha KLine Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha YS Line YamashitaShinnihon and Japan Line
SPACE CHARTER
Each ship in the new service is owned by one of the space charter lines in contrast to the joint ownership found in a consortium The space charter group does not have a name in contrast to consortium operation Thus each ship line issues
the bill of lading and containers under its own name even though the containers of the lines are mixed aboard a charter ship
The seven containerships in the new service are among the worlds largest and fastest The average ship holds 1745 containers in 20foot equivalents Aboard each ship 80 percent of the container capacity is for 40footers
YS Lines Tohbei Maru the first full container ship on the new service is a brand new vessel with an overall length of 807 feet with a 105 foot beam which carries 1620 twenty foot containers at 25 knots With this speed the Tohbei Maru can cut the time of the vital run between Japan and Savannah to only sixteen days
The agents for YamashitaShinnion in Savannah is the Texas Transport Terminal Co Inc
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The green funnels of Japan Line arrived at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Container Central on October 9th as the Japan Ambrose docked to load and discharge hundreds of containers in the Japanese trade
Japan Lines and YS Lines vessels will provide Savannah with a sixteen day service to Japan every twentyfive days
The sleek JAPAN AMBROSE is 748 feet in length with a beam of 98 feet The AMBROSE carries a complement of 1569 containers at a speed of 25 knots
The agent for Japan Line in Savannah is the Hohenstein Shipping Company
HISTORY OF JAPAN LINE
Japan Line got off to a brand new start in April 1964 with the merger of Nitto Shosen and Daido Kaiun two firms which had a long and memorable history in Japans maritime transportation industry
Nitto Shosen established in 1937 was noted as the largest oil tanker line in Japan Following World War II the company continued expanding its liner services but devoted a major share of its expansion to tankers a concept which at the time was quite original In addition specialized bulk carriers were developed
Daido Kaiun commenced its business activities in 1930 exclusively as
Pictured at right with the first vessel of Japan Lines new Savannah service the JAPAN AMBROSE are James I Newsome Jr GPA Director of Operations B B Backston GPA CoOrdinator of Operations Makio Yamada GPA Far Eastern Director G J McDonald VicePresident Japan Line
New York Services Ltd John Hohenstein President Hohenstein Shipping Company and Isao Togioka GPA Assistant Far Eastern Director
an operator of tramp ships Later on obtaining its own vessels the company entered the lucrative JapanNew York run After the war the New York route was resumed and the firm established further routes to the U S West Coast Central and South America and to Southeast Asia Continuous rapid expansion along with remarkable growth in volume was steadily maintained
With the merger of these two companies Japan Line became a fully integrated shipping organization utilizing all types of carriers Today the structure of Japan Line is equitably balanced among liners tankers containerships and special carriers amounting to a total of 75 ships of
2944000 deadweight tons With its chartered and managed tonnage this increases to 172 ships totaling
5832000 deadweight tons
JANUARY FEBRUARY 1973

Initiates Fast Combo Service for Australian Trad
Four 21 knot containerbreakbulk vessels have begun new services with Atlanttrafik Express Service from U S Atlantic to Australian ports according to Garcia Diaz Inc agents USA
The 563foot 11000 deadweight ton vessels all of British flag are named Phemius Phrontis Perseus and Patroclus Each with space for over 700000 cubic feet for 40foot and 20foot containers unitized breakbulk and heavy lift cargoes the vessels also offer 25000 cubic feet of refrigerated space and 17800 cubic feet of epoxy coated and stainless steel deep tank space for bulk liquid cargoes The new fleet of vessels offer the only such expanded and versatile choice of service yet experienced in this trade
Atlanttrafik believes shippers deserve a choice of shipping mode whether it is by means of a pallet bundle container or just a plain carton or for that matter whether it is outsize cargo unable to even fit into a container
Atlanttrafik passed their twelfth year of unbroken service last June establishing a new record for the longest single liner service now operating in this trade The announcement added that the line would continue direct service from New York Philadelphia Baltimore Hampton Roads and Savannah cutting their transit times to Melbourne to 21 days and Sydney to 23 days while still maintaining service to Adelaide and Brisbane
The line will maintain their regular northbound reefer vessels for refrigerated cargoes from Australia

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Bonn West Germany
In the official party were Georgia Ports Authority Chairman Robert H s Tharpe Sr Executive Director J D
Holt Director of Operations James I Newsome Jr and Director of Trade Development M Fred Whelan r
In Japan the group was joined by Makio Yamada Georgia Ports Authority Far Eastern Director and v Isao Togioka Assistant Director
After a series of meetings in Tokyo negotiations were completed with five Japanese container lines with Savannah being named the South Atlantic port for the new Jap 1
anese container charter service see pages 47 this issue
From Tokyo the group went to K Bonn West Germany where they were joined by Laurence W Magrath Georgia Ports Authority Euro pean Director and Horst F Winter Assistant Director for brief but productive visits in Bonn Duesseldorf M and Brussels Belgium
In BonnBad Godesberg the group was met at the American Embassy pU by Minister Frank Cash Deputy Chief of Mission Minister Charles Wootton MinisterCounselor Commercial Affairs and Mr Robert Hirshberg Counselor Commercial Affairs u
Discussions at the Embassy covered a wide range of topics dealing principally with the rapidly increas y v ing role which Georgia is playing in international commerce and how the Georgia Ports Authority by its heavy investment in new facilities is contributing to this influx of international trade
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During the talks emphasis was made of the close and frequent contact which exists between the Embassy and the Georgia Ports Authoritys European Trade Development office which serves as the hub of Georgia Ports Authority activities in all of Europe
In Duesseldorf the Authority hosted a luncheon at the Duesseldorf Hilton for American and German businessmen from many well known firms important forwarders and leading journalists
After the luncheon a presentation by Chairman Tharpe and Executive Director Holt was made emphasizing industrial developments within Georgia and the trade Hinterland served by the ports of Georgia
From Duesseldorf the official party moved on to the American Embassy in Brussels Belgium where they were greeted by Ambassador Mr StrauszHupe
On his return to the USA Authority Chairman Tharpe was more than optimistic on Georgias future in international commerce commenting Now more than ever before I am convinced that our Trade Development offices in this country and overseas are the key to Georgias future in international trade I am particularly pleased that Georgia was the first South Atlantic port with Trade Development offices in Europe and Japan I feel that the greatest tribute to the success of these offices is the fact that other ports on the South Atlantic are now contemplating opening overseas offices I sincerely hope that they do the South Atlantic is no longer the stepchild of the larger ports of the North I am happy that Georgia has once again set the pace
JANUARY FEBRUARY 1973

7th Annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference
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The 7th Annual Georgia Foreign Trade Conference held on October 4th 5th and 6th 1972 at the DeSoto Hilton Hotel in Savannah and attended by more than 250 people is gone with the tide Comments overheard at the various functions indicated it was an excellent conference
James W Mclntire Director of the Savannah Business Services Field Office U S Department of Commerce opened the conference discussion with the statement I think there is no subject more important to this conference than the state of the economy and what is being done to stabilize our domestic markets and expand our foreign markets
He further stated As of August 15 1972 the anniversary of Mr Nixons New Economic Program consider these accomplishments unemployment is down from 61 percent in August 1971 to 55 percent a year later and in the same period 22 million new jobs were created
Workers real earnings spendable income after taxes and the effect of inflation are deducted are rising at an annual rate of 38 percent after several years of stagnation
Productivity or output per manhour shot up at an annual rate of 6 percent during the second quarter of 1972 an increase over the 45 percent rate in the first quarter of 1972
A direct result of productivity growth was the lowering of the unit cost of labor which weakened the pressure of costplus inflation
The rate of inflation after peaking at 61 percent in 1969 dropped to 55 in November 1970 to 38 in August 1971 to 27 percent after the wage price freeze and in August 1972 was running at less than 2 percent
The real gross national product of the United States grew at an annual rate of 89 percent in the second quarter of 1972 with the forecast being a GNP this year of approxi
mately 1145 trillion
When the healthy increase of real earnings is coupled with the slight reduction in unit labor costs and the rapid gains in productivity it is easy to see why we have had this year of industrial peace
Both labor and business have witnessed satisfactory developments labor in the form of higher real earnings and business in the form of higher productivity and an end to the rapid increase in unit costs
As a result the period of the economic stabilization program has been characterized by an eight year record low in industrial work stoppages
Since August 1971 the workers average weekly earnings have risen at an annual rate of nearly 8 percent Because inflation has been slowed his real wages have been increased more than 4 percent If you add the effect of the new tax break he now has almost 5 percent more spendable earnings than he had eight
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months ago Thats a real solid wage gain In fact helped by the dampening effect of controls on the fires of inflation 1971 was the first year since 1965 that the average American worker enjoyed a real wage gain This single fact shows what a tremendous stake the American worker has in getting inflation under control
A panel discussion followed Mr Mclntires opening remarks Members of the panel were F J ODonnell Moderator and Chief Office of Market Development Eastern Region Maritime Administration U S Department of Commerce John H Crosthwaite General Sales Manager American Export Lines Inc Horace Emerson Vice President Freight Traffic Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Richard A French Manager of Traffic Buckeye Cellulose Company K G Gentil President Overnite Transportation Company L H Haane Brink President Deutz Tractor Corporation Robert C Freeman
Manager Marketing Services Customer Service Center Monsanto International Sales Company William J Keely Vice President Marketing and Sales United States Lines Donald M Leebern Jr President Georgia Distilled Spirits Institute Inc Anthony A Toro Area Vice President National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America Inc
Each member of the panel made an excellent presentation in line with the conference theme The Port of Savannah A Lady With A Past A Present With An Eye To The Future
The luncheon speaker was Mr T Tomabechi Executive Vice President of Mitsubishi International Corporation who spoke on the subject Japan and America A New Trade Relationship Emerging
After a well attended tour of the harbor which was enjoyed by all aboard the Waving Girl the group heard an excellent talk by the Honorable Helen Delich Bentley Chair
man Federal Maritime Commission who spoke on The Changing Picture
The breakfast meeting on the last day had the largest group in attendance ever on hand for this final part of the program Those on deck heard fine talks by Mr William A Dick President First Bank of Savannah and Mr Anthony G Chase Deputy Administrator Small Business Administration
The business portion of the conference closed with an excellent slide presentation of the Georgia Ports Authority and its Patterns for Progress Mr J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority gave his usual fine outline of the excellent facilities and services available to the International Trader using Georgias ports
The closing festivities and probably the highlight of the conference was the delightful party given by Mr and Mrs John S James at their charming home at White Bluff
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Presidential Conference on Exporting and Export Financing
We on the state level are placing new and stronger emphasis on export expansion This action in turn presents greater opportunities for international business development by all interested Georgia businessmen Your attendance and participation in Georgias first Presidential Conference on Exporting and Export Finance demonstrates your interest in keeping abreast with the dramatic international growth and development of Georgia and indicates your desire to learn more about the procedures involved in exporting and the financial assistance which is available
Governor
When it comes to exporting salesmanship is the difference At least that is the opinion of one official of the U S Export Import Bank Eximbank an independent US government agency which works directly with American suppliers and private institutions to finance US sales abroad
R Alex McCullough a director of Eximbank and a former official of the South Carolina National Bank said in Atlanta recently that an imaginative and aggressive marketing program is vital to success in selling goods abroad
American manufacturers cannot sell their products abroad without making a real effort Just as you had to develop your domestic markets through continuing market planning and investment you have to identify and cultivate overseas markets for your goods Mr McCullough counselled
He was addressing the noon session of Georgias first Presidential Conference on Exporting and Export Finance sponsored by Governor Jimmy Carter and the Georgia Department of Industry and Trade
McCullough painted a bright picture for the future of American exports
We are in the best position of any country on earth to take advantage of the mushrooming world market We have by far the largest store of exportable goods and services the widest varieties to offer Our products are top quality We lead in new technology Our financing delivery
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servicing and replacement capabilities are unmatched
But our lack of consistent sales effort abroad is disturbing I sometimes hear American businessmen saying Our price isnt competitive and sometimes that is true But it is no excuse to withdraw from the market
Price alone governs the sale only if there is no salesman on hand to point out the many advantages of buying American products If you are going to let your price tag do all your talking then naturally you have nothing else in your favor McCullough related the story of the Japanese efforts to market automobiles in America
The first time they failed so they tried again and they made a tremendous success Now the Japanese say to us Try selling in Japan you havent really tried yet
That added McCullough is what American manufacturers have to do when their first effort at exporting is not successful you have to try again if you have any hope of establishing diversified markets
McCulloughs address followed a morning working session which featured Governor Carter as the main speaker Other participants in the conference included Lt General Louis W Truman Executive Director of the Georgia Department of Industry and Trade Walter Wattles Chairman of the Atlanta Regional Export Expansion Council J H Bisson Director of Public Relations Georgia Ports Authority and representatives of various Atlanta firms engaged in international financing the U S Department of Commerce and several export oriented Georgia companies
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J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority and Eugene Arnold Customs Coordinator Real Estate Attorney
W T Grant Co New York Below Fred Whelan Director of Trade Development Georgia Ports Authority James Ganzekaufer Hellenic Lines and Ed Gardner St Regis Paper Jacksonville
Standing Left Reggie Slavin C P Guthie Industries Inc
Allen Risdon Stein Hall Co Inc Kneeling Edward Bontemps Mgr Traffic Dept Stein Hall Co Inc Below Joe Cafeiro Semco Savannah Miss Georgia Ports and Louis Crisalli T M Titan Industrial Corporation
J I Newsome Jr Miss Georgia Ports and John E Williams V P Ludlow Corporation
Bob Rothwtein Canada Packers New York Miss Georgia Ports and Fred Whelan
The 59th Annual National Foreign Trade Convention in New York as usual the highlight of the year in L
foreign trade seminars This years reception by the Georgia Ports Authority and the Savannah Maritime Association was well attended by the many friends and i
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Thomas M Johnson
Thomas Marion Johnson who died Monday at the age of 71 was a man of many accomplishments
He was a cofounder of Johnson Lane Space and Smith one of the Souths largest brokerage firms As president from 1933 to 1970 he guided its steady growth including the opening of offices in Atlanta Augusta Columbus Albany Charleston SC and Florence SC In 1970 he became chairman of the board relinquishing the presidency to his son David T Johnson but he remained active in the business
Yet despite the heavy demands of business Mr Johnson found time to achieve an amazing amount in other fields including public service
He was one of the founders of the citys Industrial and Domestic Water Supply Commission and from 1946 to 1961 was its chairman During his tenure the capacity of the industrial domestic water plant was increased from 35 million gallons per day to 50 million In addition a 10million gallon storage tank was built to supplement the 6 million gallon tank erected when the plant was constructed For his work with the commission he received the Lucas Trophy in 1946 as Savannahs Outstanding Citizen
In 1959 Gov Ernest Vandiver appointed him to the Georgia Ports Authority and he remained a member until his death As finance chairman he gave the
Port of Savannah a strong voice on the authority and was instrumental in obtaining major improvements and additions at the state docks here The William Washington Gordon Trophy for the outstanding citizen in business and industry was awarded to him in 1960 for these efforts
A member of Christ Church Mr Johnson was an outstanding Episcopal laymen holding a number of local state and national posts He was named by the General Convention in 1967 to be a trustee of the Church Pension Fund
Other examples of Mr Johnsons service to his community
In 1956 he headed the successful United Community Appeal campaign He was a member of the old Savannah Ports Authority He was a former finance chairman of the Union Society which operates Bethesda Home for Boys He was a member of the Savannah Benevolent Association He was a member of the Greater Savannah Council He headed the Red Cross campaign in 1945
The list could go on and on but the point has been made Thomas M Johnson was a successful man who gave of himself unstintingly when called upon by his home town His energy his wisdom and his integrity served Savannah well for five decades This city will sorely miss his leadership and the splendid example of service he set

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Panalpina World Transport Ltd of Basle Switzerland has established an office and services in Atlanta One of 85 offices located in twenty countries throughout the world They will perform weekly consolidated container service between Europe and Georgia via the Port of Savannah
After surveying the local potential market area on a number of visits to the Southeast Mr Karl Gross Exec
utive of the Basle firm stated We are enthusiastic on the establishment of our new office in Atlanta International trade throughout the Southeast has an unlimited potential and we of Panalpina are indeed happy to be a part of Georgias future in international commerce Panalpinas combined services will include a breakbulk consolidated container service full international freight forwarding customs broker
age and air freight services The Atlanta operations will be managed by Ernst Stoecklin a Swiss citizen who has been in this country for a number of years
In the above photograph Governor Jimmy Carter welcomes Panalpina officials left to right Karl Gross Ernst Stoecklin Governor Carter and Fred Whelan Director of Trade Development Georgia Ports Authority

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In the above photo Miss Georgia Ports center charms a group of traffic experts at the Georgia Ports Authority reception they are left to right George Holzberger Seaboard Coast Line Railroad Greenville South Carolina Lovell Surber Industry Manager
Georgia Ports Authority Atlanta Miss Georgia Ports Roger Stoffler Jacky Maeder Charlotte North Carolina and Guido Herrimann Jacky Maeder Spartanburg South Carolina
In the photo below we see left to right Robert Freeman Monsanto Textile Division Greenville South Carolina E W Leucht President Luecht Industries Inc Ivy land Pennsylvania Mrs Robert Freeman Jack Smith Vice President Moore McCormack Lines Chicago and Bob Jenkins Strachan Shipping Greenville South Carolina
The 27th Annual Southern Textile ExpositionInternational in Greenville South Carolina USA was once again an outstanding success with over 800 exhibitions and thousands of VIPs from the textile industry in attendance Pictured here at the Georgia Ports Authority reception above left to right
Fred Whelan GPA Director of Trade Development Karl Gross and Ernst Stoecklin of Panalpina World Transport Ltd
In the photo below left to right Dennis Payne Vice Consul British Consulate Atlanta chats with Mr and Mrs Tony Woolwine of Sulzer Brothers Spartanburg South Carolina
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MARITIME CO
STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31408
310 East Bav Street P O Box 2747 9122348265
ATLANTA GEORGIA 30329
2250 N Druid Hills Rd NE 404 6332485
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201 SERVING
Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina
Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina
Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina
Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina
Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina
AGENTS FOR
Alcoa Steamship Co
American Export Isbrandtsen Line Combi Line Farrell Lines
Florida Motorships Corp
Indian Towing Co
Maritime Co of the Philippines Motorships Inc
Netumar Lines Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Sicfarma Line
Transatlantic Shipping Agency Inc Wallenius Line
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European Forwarders I Pool Bases on Atlanta
Very recent developments in the Port of Savannah have prompted a
V group of leading German forwarders to ship at short regular intervals consolidated containers from Brem
V en and Hamburg Germany via Savannah to Atlanta Georgia This arises from the fact that two full
y container lines namely United States Lines and American Export plus Combi Lines LASH vessels y now offer fast service into Savannah
MAX GRUENHUT specializing in
the handling of department store
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offices throughout Germany as well
as in other key cities some four
years ago formed a group with five
other forwarders These decided to
pool their cargo operations to pro
vide regular consolidated container
service to a number of cities in the USA and Canada One of these
cities is Atlanta Georgia as well as cities in surrounding areas like Charlotte N C Greenville S C and Charleston S C All members of this group known as the COOP are heavily involved in USA traffic and in an excellent position to support this ambitious program The member companies are J H BACHMANN A HARTRODT MILITZER AND MUENCH ROEHLIG CO SCHENKER CO and MAX GRUENHUT
For merchandise originating in all of Germany as well as Switzerland Austria Italy and Denmark Bremen and Hamburg are ideally located as ports of shipment With containers available for Atlanta on a weekly basis importers in Georgia and bordering states are participating enthusiastically
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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PORT PEOPLE PACIFY PACHYDERMS WITH PEANUTS
Being grandsons of a Port Director is no piece of cake There are endless chores connected with running a port and when granddad gets in a bind you have to pitch in and help out
Such was the case when seventeen baby elephants destined for Lion Country Safari in Georgia and Florida arrived recently at Savannah A rush call went out to Steve and Mark Brewster grandsons of Georgia Ports Authority Director J D Holt
Steve and Mark arrived with their mother Mrs Ed Brewster to feed the pachyderms but this was no task for a lady womens lib forgive us
Even Mark was a little hesitant on feeding the sinuous snout but Steve came through and once again another import shipment moved successfully through the Georgia Ports
Dont Worry Mama Ill Protect You
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY WEEK to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Trinidad Puerto Cabello
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Port au Prince Kingston Georgetown Paramaribo
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Charleston
Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis
and Kansas City STRACHAN 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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J A Ebberwein
Georgia Ports handle more general cargo tonnagethan any ports in the South Atlantic
For more details on Brunswick and Savannah write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Ga
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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 Ga912 2342621
Atlanta Ga404 4712899
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTH ATLANTIC TERMINALS INC
Savannah Ga912 2334527
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
Savannah Ga912 2348265
AtlantaGa404 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 Ga 404 8732543
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2339343
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Savannah Ga 912 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
HARPER ROBINSON CO
Savannah Ga912 2344451
J K EBBERWEIN
Savannah Ga912 2326184
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2360206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 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 TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
BUILDERS TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 9644347
Brunswick Ga912 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
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HENNIS FREIGHT LINES
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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
T j Y McLEAN TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323063
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS Savannah Ga912 9645581
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MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
Savannah Ga 912 9640262
OLD DOMINION FREIGHT LINE
Savannah Ga912 2360337
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
y i y Savannah Ga912 9646415
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2348823
PLOOF TRANSFER COMPANY INC
J Savannah Ga912 9640245
Brunswick Ga912 2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646931
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ROADWAY EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga912 2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES
1 4 Savannah Ga912 9646484
SOUTHERN INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS INC
Savannah Ga 912 9640614
TERMINAL TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 2320161
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9641411
y U WATKINS CAROLINA EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645128
WEDSON TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9641831
v WOOTEN TRANSFER CO INC
Savannah Ga912 9644347
YOUNGBLOOD TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9640413
RAILROADS SERVING
THE PORTS I SAVANNAH
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RY CO912 2322203
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO912 2339203
BRUNSWICK
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO912 2652966
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO912 2655310
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CONTAINER LEASING FIRMS
PORT OF SAVANNAH
COMPASS 912 2333338
CONTAINER TRANSPORT
INTERNATIONAL Inc912 2341383
INTEGRATED CONTAINER SERVICE 912 2333338
INTERPOOL Inc912 2366351
NIC 912 2366451
SEA CONTAINER 912 2366351
TOFC 912 2366351
UNIFLEX 912 2366351
XTRA 912 2333338
SOUTHERN INTERMODAL LOGISTICS Inc Savannah
Georgia 912 9640614
CHASSIS LEASING FIRMS
PORT OF SAVANNAH
CONTAINER TRANSPORT
INTERNATIONAL Inc912 2341383
INTEGRATED CONTAINER SERVICE 912 2333338
INTERPOOL Inc912 2366351
NIC 912 2366351
REALCO 912 2333338
SEA CONTAINER 912 2366351
TOFC 912 2366351
UNIFLEX 912 2366351
XTRA 912 2333338
TOWING COMPANIES
ATLANTIC TOWING CO
Savannah Ga912 2328103
COASTAL TOWING CO
Brunswick Ga912 2657519
PILOT ASSOCIATIONS
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 CUSTOM SERVICE
U S Customhouse Savannah 1 East Bay Street Telephone 912 2324321 DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS Mrs Marlon Falrcloth Baker Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection and Control
Charles P SimonExt 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 Jr 404 5265956
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE2324321 Ext 368
24 Hour Answering Service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNITED STATES COAST GUARD PORT OF SAVANNAH
200 EAST BRYAN STREET Telephone 912 2324321
CAPTAIN OF THE PORT Ext 353
MARINE INSPECTION Ext 348
DOCUMENTATION OFFICE Ext 347
SEARCH AND RESCUE 912 2320705
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE SAVANNAH FIELD OFFICE
DIRECTOR
James W Mclntlre 2324321 Ext 204
AUXILIARY SERVICES
INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director Charles Nelson 25 Houston 2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL Jack M Sayler 912 2342266
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Jack M Sayler 912 2342266
FRANCE Edwin J Middleton 912 8971969
GERMANY Frank K Peeples 912 2348265
ITALY Joseph M Caflero 912 3550586
NETHERLANDS John B Hohensteln 912 2342621
NORWAY Peter Norboge 912 2346671
SWEDEN Peter Norboge 912 2346671
VENEZUELA Sr Jorge Manrlque 912 2341005
NOTE WHERE NO BRUNSWICK LISTING IS SHOWN USE SAVANNAH NUMBER FOR BRUNSWICK SERVICE
FEBRUARY 1973
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THE LUVSTORY
When your shipments move through the Georgia State Ports at Savannah or Brunswick they move Rail truck container service or shipboard Georgia Ports have the connections And we can save you time and expense in a huge area of the country Importing or exporting count on Georgias Ports connections to make you more money
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MARCHAPRIL 1973 VOLUME 13 NUMBER 2
JIM BISSON Editor
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E tor Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALSBRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALSAUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
LUV Story 2
American Export Lines 4
Nabisco Dates 6
Big Yankee Via Brunswick 7
Record Bulk Kaolin 8
Norltake 10
Oyster Roast 12
Port News 14
Ga Agriculture Export Seminar 16
Second GPA Container Berth 16
Sailing Schedule 17
Port Directory 24
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge Vice Chairman
Charles E Walker Columbus
Richard M Scarlett Brunswick
James C Barbre Dalton
Don A Grantham Augusta
W D Trippe Cedartown SecretaryTreasurer
George H Chamlee Savannah Attorney
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Thats how we feel about the well built beautifully engineered little Import truck now arriving at our Savannah terminals for Chevrolet For full details on the latest Import via GPA read the complete story on the following page
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
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority PO Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9129641721 Advertising rates furnished on request
J D Holt
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The merchandising of port services undoubtedly occupies the waking hours of port administrators to a greater extent than all other duties combined
In Georgia where 75 million dollars has been spent In providing excellent and highly adaptable port facilities in Savannah Brunswick Augusta Bainbridge and Columbus to have sat back and waited for the world to beat a path to our doors would have been utter folly within the sophisticated arena of International trade
Recognizing that port selection Is in the hands of many people not only within the United States but throughout the world trade development offices accordingly have been established In Atlanta New York Chicago Bonn West Germany and Tokyo Japan where
decisions important to the welfare of Georgia are being made
Commodities traded In international commerce are where you find them whether it be Dalton Georgia or Detroit Michigan Hong Kong and Japan both buy and sell goods In international trade as does Germany France and the United Kingdom and the list is endless In this process jobs are created for many thousands of Georgians In the manufacturing of exports and the processing and merchandising of Imports as well as In the areas of finance and transportation
The goal of International trade Is to satisfy the needs of man the world over Correspondingly the goal of the Georgia Ports Authority is to assist In this effort
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LUV trucks arrive by the hundreds on a monthly schedule at the Georgia Ports Authority Garden City Terminal in Savannah
C Itoh Company America Inc and Georgia Ports officials confer on LUV truck movements through GPA terminals Pictured at bottom are Masao Ikeda Manager of Savannah operations for C Itoh James I Newsome Jr GPA Director of Operations John E Tsumura Vice President General Manager C Itoh Houston Texas and Nobumichi Sekiguchi C Itoh Representative
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
The Georgia Ports Authority is happy to present our version of The Luv Story
It all began when Chevrolet initiated a search for a tough little import truck engineered the way Chevrolet itself engineers trucks They also needed an erudite importer and a modern port facility capable of receiving the new born vehicle with tender LUVing care A port which could expeditiously dispatch hundreds of the new breed to the heartland of America
And so Savannah gave berth to the blues yellows whites beiges and red light utility vehicles of Chevrolet more commonly known as the LUV
The erudite importer in our LUV story is the C Itoh Company
America Inc which through contracturai agreement with General Motors imports the LUV for Chevrolet
As importer C Itoh takes complete charge of the vehicle on arrival The trucks are processed and serviced at the port by C Itoh who then ships the dealerready trucks throughout the Southeast
The LUV truck itself is best described by Chevrolet officials who stated Chevrolet trucks have a long life record that is the envy of the industry That was uppermost in mind when we went looking for a little import truck tough enough to be called Chevrolet
We found it at Isuzu Motors Ltd of Japan A top world producer of commercial vehicles with a reputa
tion for superb engineering And the LUV is a superbly engineered little truck manufactured especially for Chevrolet
Weve seen the LUV in action and agree with everything Chevrolet has to say about it
All we can add from personal observation is that anyone experiencing business or family transportation problems can resolve that difficulty all it takes is a little LUV
Hundreds of Americas latest imports line up for inspection at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Savannah terminal The LUV truck is powered by a peppy little 75 horsepower 1108 cubic inch overhead cam 4cylinder engine with a 4speed fully synchronized transmission The LUV has a curb weight of 2450 lbs and will carry up to 1400 lbs of people and things
American Export Lines Full Container Service SavannahNorthern EuropeMediterranean
And Now the Far
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Last August American Export Lines began weekly fullcontainer sailings between Savannah and Northern Europe and the Mediterranean
Today AEL has augmented these services with the first container RollonRolloff service between U S East coast ports and the Far East
The new service was initiated in January of this year with the sailing i of the Great Republic
The vessels 25knot service speed has enabled AEL to reduce the V YokohamaSavannah transit time to sixteen days
The Great Republic has a conx tainer capacity of 810 standard 20foot containers or an equivalent combination of standard 40s 40foot 4 refrigerated vans and gondolas In addition this vessel features 33919 square feet of RollonRolloff cargo x space and has a deep tank capacity of 2022 long tons
A sister ship of the GREAT RE PUBLIC is also planned for Far East service These vessels will augment AELs conventional fleet in the Far East to greatly increase the companys container capacity in this area while maintaining its breakbulkcargo handling capabilities
The conta iner Rol lon Rol loff vessels also feature spacious accommodations for twelve passengers
American Export Lines Far East container service connects Savannah Philadelphia Norfolk Balti more Boston and New York with Japan Korea Taiwan Hong Kong and other Far East destinations
MARCH APRIL 1973
Record Date Shipment for Nabisco Inc
Nabisco officials on hand to supervise the record shipment are pictured surrounded by thousands of crates of succulent dates left to right NICHOLAS PECORA ExportImport supervisor and GERALD ROBSON Traffic Manager
We have been keeping dates with Nabisco Inc for years but this years shipment from Khorramshahr Iran and Basrah Iraq is a record breaker
Statistically this years shipment which arrived shortly before Christmas on the MV Bashdad breaks down like this over 11000 tons or 380348 cases or 20336740 pounds or 1525255500 dates No matter how you total it thats a lot of dates
As in past shipments the dates were inspected dockside and loaded direct to railcars for shipment to the
Special Products Division of Nabisco Inc at Woodbury Georgia where they were cleaned pitted graded pasteurized and packaged for distribution
On hand at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City Terminal for dockside arrival processing of the dates were Nabiscos Gerald Robson Traffic Manager Nicholas Pecora ExportImport Traffic Supervisor and Charles Lovvorn Food Technologist
Strachan Shipping Company were agents for the vessel
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Big Yankee
Shipped
VIA
Brunswick
A 160 ton Yankee dryer has moved via the Georgia Ports terminals in Brunswick to its final destination at the new Charmin Paper Products plant in Albany Georgia
The dryer is the largest single piece of equipment ever shipped to a Charmin plant or to a plant of its parent company Procter Gamble The huge cast iron dryer was manufactured at the Newport News Va Shipyards This company has the only foundry in the country capable of producing a casting of such size and uniformity
The finished dryer is 18 feet in diameter 30 feet long and is ma
chined to dimensions that are measured in thousandths of an inch
The shipping of a unit of this size is almost as challenging as its manufacture It travelled from Newport News to Brunswick by seagoing barge At Brunswick one of the worlds largest mobile cranes lifted it onto a special rail car for delivery to the plant site
To ensure its safe transit the Southern Railroad sent a wooden mockup of the dryer over the proposed route well ahead of the real thing The mockup safely passed through all the predicted tight spots
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MV Tokai Maru Loads
Record Bulk Kaolin
Shipment for
C E Minerals
C E Minerals a division of Combustion Engineering Corporation loaded the largest parcel of bulk cargo to be shipped from the MultiPurpose Bulk Terminal of the Georgia Ports Authority when they loaded over 23000 tons of Mulcoa Kaolin Clay on the MV TOKAI MARU
C E Minerals acquired the kaolin operation from the Mullite Corporation of America from which the name Mulcoa originated The first calcined plant became operative in 1969 and had a capacity of 100000 tons annually This material has gained such widespread acceptance for both domestic and export refractory use that in 1971 approval was given for construction of a second facility The total investment in these faci I i
ties is approximately 1000000000 and total annual capacity of the various grades of Mulcoa is presently
250000 tons annually The kaolin is mined and produced at Andersonville Georgia Since 1969 a large export market has developed due to the superiority of Mulcoa and it is shipped to Europe Australia Japan and South America
The first shipment through the MultiPurpose Bulk Terminal was A made by C E Minerals on May 8
1972 and since that time there have been two or three shipments per month with the largest being on the TOKAI MARU Edward J Gil Manager Internation Traffic for C E Min r era Is has stated that the efficiency of the GPA MultiPurpose Bulk Term
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
The MIV TOKAI MARU seems dwarf in comparison to the Georgia Ports Authoritys mammoth new MultiPurpose Product Dry Bulk Terminal Below rail hopper cars are lined up for a direct discharge of kaolin to the vessel
inai has enabled C E Minerals to charter vessels at the most competitive rates due to the fast turnaround obtainable The large storage facilities for various grades had added flexibility to production allowing C E to provide cargo for immediate loading upon vessels arrival
Mr Gil also praised the cooperative attitude of the GPA personnel as well as C Es agents and stevedores Stevens Shipping Terminal Company The combination of good facilities and cooperation together with worldwide marketing by C E Minerals leads Mr Gil to believe that the movement of Mulcoa Kaolin Clay will continue to grow through Savannah
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What do you do when you manu f facture one of the worlds finest lines of china ware and need a port of entry which can handle your deli cate product with tender loving care and deliver same safe to your customers throughout the Southeastern USA Simple You specify Georgia Ports
Thats exactly what Nippon Toki y Kaisha Ltd manufacturer of Noritake Chinaware is doing at the rate of five hundred tons per month Noritake flows into Southeastern markets via the Georgia Ports Au
JAPAN
The United States has always been Noritakes largest customer ever since 1877 when the company opened its first office in New York City Since then branch offices have been opened in Los Angeles Chicago Dallas and Atlanta with regional suboffices in Seattle and Cincinnati Noritake Canada Ltd has offices in Montreal Toronto and Vancouver as well
The Atlanta office headed by Vice President Tatsuya Pete Hasegawa left operates as a distributor wholesaler and importer for its customers in Georgia Alabama Florida North Carolina South Carolina Tennessee and Virginia
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
thoritys Savannah terminals
In researching this story the writer paid a visit to the Noritake Company W Inc showrooms in the Atlanta Merchandise Mart and there met with Mr Tatsuya Hasegawa a vice presi4 dent of the company After viewing the dazzling display featuring some of the finest examples of the JapjW anese art I was given a brief history of Noritake by Mr Hasegawa
For centuries the pure clays found in the rolling hills near Nagoya Japan have been one of the secrets of Japanese ceramic art In 1904
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Noritake combined these rich natural resources with the great tradition of Japanese craftsmanship handed down through the generations to produce beautiful fine china tableware Today in addition to its superb china Noritake also produces crystal stemware stainless steel flatware and a host of table accessories The quality and beauty of all these Noritake products have made Noritake an honored and trusted name in households throughout the world
Each piece of Noritake China receives more than one hundred separate handprocessings in the tradition of true artcraft This meticulous handwork is augmented by the most advanced equipment and scientific knowhow
On leaving I was shown a beautiful setting of chinaware known as the Savannah design which has been in production by Noritake for the past four years I was happy to learn that this beautiful pattern named in honor of the Port City has become one of Noritakes best sellers
A Japanese doll displays Noritakes beautiful Savannah pattern named in honor of the Port City has become one of Noritakes best sellers
MARCH APRIL 1973
Savannah Maritimes Annual Oyster Roast for Members of Georgias General Assembly
This year before the oyster festivities a delegation of the Savannah Maritime Association were formally introduced to the members of the Georgia General Assembly Pictured above at the State Capitol are left to right Rep George Chance Rep Tom Triplett Rep Bobby Hill Rep Morris Ellis Rep Herb Jones Rep Sam Allen Richard Bruce SEMCO Atlanta Manager Tony Ryan Secretary Savannah Maritime Rep Arthur Gignilliat W G Caceres Vice President Stevens Shipping Terminal Company Charles Bunberry President Savannah Maritime Association and Rep George L Smith Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives
In the photo on the left Savannah Maritime President Bunberry welcomes Georgias Lt Governor Lester Maddox to this years oyster roast The photos on the opposite page speak for themselves a good time was had by all
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Zim Container Service Names R Klein Eastern Regional Sales Manager
Reuben Robbie Klein has been named eastern regional sales manager for Zim Container Service Announcement of his appointment was made by the lines vice president marketing and sales Aleksandor Puzel
Mr Klein who joined the companys marketing and sales division in February 1971 prior to the inception of service was originally involved in marketing research and planning Following the inauguration of service in April 1972 he assumed the post of account representative
In his new capacity in addition to heading the companys import sales division for the eastern coast of the USA Mr Klein will continue to initiate and implement specific sales and marketing projects
Mr Klein holds a degree in physical education from his native Israel and has served in that countrys Armed Forces Since coming to the United States nine years ago he has received a BA in Business from Upsala College in East Orange N J and has completed his requirements for a masters degree in Business Administration from Rutgers University
He now resides in Union N J with his wife the former Shulamit Privner and their three children Oren age one Ori age five and Yaron age ten

General Morton Assumes Command EAMTMTS
Brigadier General Richard L Morton has assumed command of Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service EAMTMTS at the Area headquarters in Brooklyn replacing Brigadier General E B Owen who retired in December A West Point graduate General Morton came to Brooklyn from The Netherlands where he served as Assistant Chief of Staff Logistics Allied Forces Central Europe a NATO command
As EAMTMTS Commander the General will be responsible for operating ocean terminals on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts and providing traffic management for all military services in a 34state area as well as procuring and using commercial transportation He will also be responsible for the operation of Army Transportation Terminal Units in Spain Turkey Greece Ethiopia and the Azores and the management of the Defense Railway Interchange Fleet The Command has annual budgetary responsibility for over 400 million and influences transportation expenditures of approximately threequarters of a billion dollars
General Morton completed all US Army schooling with his graduation from the Army War College in the Class of 1966 His civilian schooling includes in addition to his BA from West Point an MA from the University of Heidelberg Germany He has recently been advanced to Doctoral Candidacy by the American University in Washington D C He has served on faculties at the University of Maryland the U S Military Academy the U S Army Transportation School and the Army War College and is a graduate of the Canadian Army Staff College
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Mr Gundling most recently the companys general manager for Marine and Terminal operations joined United States Lines in 1945 He served in various administrative positions before being elevated to the position of assistant to the general manager of operations in 1952
He is a graduate of the Traffic Managers Institute of New York City
He is a veteran of the United States Coast Guard and received the Navy Unit Commendation for participating in eight first landings in the South Pacific during World War II
Mr Gundling lives with his family in Maywood N J where he has been active as an adult leader in the Boys Club
Raymond J Weigele has been named vicepresident of United States Lines terminal operations it was announced by Edward J Heine Jr president of the containership company
Mr Weigele who joined United States Lines in 1947 had previously served as vicepresident for marine operations a post he was named to in 1969 In his newly created position he will supervise the activities of the companys terminals throughout the world
He began his career in United States Lines as an administrator in the Operating Department later was named to assistant to the general manager for operations at Chelsea Piers And in 1958 he was named assistant manager for terminal operations
Mr Weigele is a graduate of Fordham University He served with the United States Navy in the Pacific during World War II and received four battle stars and the Presidential Unit Citation for service aboard a fleet minesweeper
Newly elected Joint Association officers for year 1973 are James I Newsome Jr SAMTC chairman Captain Charles R Chambers NMTA and George Nichols SAMTC
secretary
The new officers were elected et s recent meeting et Sevenneh hosted et the Georgie Ports Authority The next meeting of the Joint Association will be in Atlanta Georgia Tuesday June 12 1973

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Some 109 persons representing agricultural companies export serv
ice companies and associations and governmental and educational agencies participated in Georgias first international agricultural export seminar i
Held at the SheratonBiltmore in Atlanta under the sponsorship of the Georgia Department of Agriculture S
the event featured talks on a host of subjects pertaining to agricultural exports and ranging from financing J
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Services USDA Maurice Rowe Secretary of Commerce Resources in Virginia George Sherling Asst Vice
President of the International Department C S Bank J K Ebberwein a foreign freight forwarder Susumo Matsuoka Agricultural Secretary from the Japanese Embassy and Irvin Morris International Trade Specialist with the U S Department of Commerce
Construction Underway on Second Container Terminal
As the JAPAN AMBROSE works at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Container Central container berth number two takes shape in the background outlined area
The new berth will adjoin and be a duplication of the existing terminal Plans call for an opening in late 1973
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Farrell Southeastern MaritimeApr 80
MooreMcCormackStrachan Apr 85
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeApr 88
South African Marine Smith ft KellyApr 30
Hellenic StevensMay 9
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Boma WEST AFRICA
MoliroNorth Amer West African StrachanApr 81
Cotonou WEST AFRICA
MoliroNorth Amer West African StrachanApr 81
Dakar WEST AFRICA
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Douala WEST AFRICA
MoliroNorth Amer West AfricanStrachanApr 81
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
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Lobito WEST AFRICA
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Lome WEST AFRICA
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Luanda WEST AFRICA
MoliroNorth Amer West African StrachanApr 81
Matadi WEST AFRICA
MoliroNorth Amer West African StrachanApr 81
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
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Port Gentil WEST AFRICA
MoliroNorth Amer West AfricanStrachanApr 81
Pointe Noire WEST AFRICA
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St Vincent WEST AFRICA
MoliroNorth Amer West AfricanStrachanApr 81
Tema WEST AFRICA
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Curacao NETHERLANDS
ArchimedesRoyal Netherlands StrachanApr 81
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St Maarten NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
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Livorno Hellenic
AltincanTurkish Cargo
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StevensApr 1
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Stag Hound tAmerican Export StrachanApr 27
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Piero FoscariSidarma East Coast AgenciesMay 11
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Iskenderun TURKEY
Amiral S OkanTurkish Cargo StevensApr 19
AltincanTurkish Cargo StevensMay 6
Istanbul TURKEY
Lash Turkiye LPrud Grace Southeastern MaritimeApr 15
Amiral S OkanTurkish Cargo StevensApr 19
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Izmir TURKEY
Lash Turkiye LPrud Grace Southeastern MaritimeApr 15
Amiral S OkanTurkish Cargo Sfl StevensApr 19
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American Export Strachan
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Brisbane AUSTRALIA
PerseusAilaniirafik Stevens
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
Phil BataanM C P Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
May 3
May 3
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Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
Phil BataanM C P Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
Apr 17 Apr 22 May 3
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
PerseusAllanttrafik Stevens
May 3
Hachinohe
Great PeaceTa Cheng Southeastern MaritimeApr 14
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Great PeaceTa Cheng
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Southern Shipping
Southern Shipping
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Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine
Phil BataanM C P
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Great PeaceTa Cheng Southeastern Maritime
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Union FreedomCulny Stevens
Jing MingChina Merchants Southern Shipping
Kai MingChina Merchants Southern Shipping
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Kobe JAPAN
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Great PeaceTa Cheng Southeastern Maritime
LindoZim Haifa tZim Containers Southern Shipping
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
Ocean ProgressMilsuiO S K Strachan
Export BannerAmerican Export Strachan
Union Freedom Culny Stevens
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
Jing MingChina Merchants Southern Shipping
Ocean HarmoniaMitsuiO S K Strachan
Kai MingChina Merchants Southern Shipping
Japan AmbroseJapan Hohenstein
Japan Ambrose tMitsuiO S K Strachan
Japan Ambrose jtN Y K Strachan
Japan Ambrose tYamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc
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Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
Phil BataanM C P Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres RoxasUnited Philippine Southern Shipping
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MitsuiO S K Strachan Apr 23
American Export Strachan Apr 24
Culny Stevens May 1
MitsuiO S K Strachan May 5
Tapan Hohenstein May 7
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N Y K Strachan May 7
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Saigon VIET NAM
Export BannerAmerican Export
StrachanApr 24
San Fernando
Phil Bataan
Southeastern MaritimeApr 22
Sydney AUSTRALIA
PerseusAilaniirafik
StevensMay 3
Tokyo JAPAN
Ocean Progress Union Freedom
Ocean Harmonia
Japan Ambrose
Japan Ambrose t
Japan Ambrose t
Japan Ambrose tYamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc
MitsuiO S K
Culny
MilsuiO S K Japan
MitsuiO S K N Y K
Strachan
Stevens
Strachan
Hohenstein
Strachan
Strachan
Apr 23 May 1 May 5 May 7 May 7 May 7 May 7
Yokohama JAPAN
Ho MingChina Merchants Southern
Great PeaceTa Cheng Southeastern
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
LindoZim Haila t Ocean Progress Export Banner Union Freedom Phil Pres Roxas
Jing Ming
Ocean Harmonia Kai Ming
Zim Containers Southern
MilsuiO S K
American Export
Culny
United Philippine Southern
China Merchants Southern
MilsuiO S K
China Merchants Southern
Shipping
Maritime
Shipping
Shipping
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Strachan
Stevens
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Shipping
Strachan
Shipping
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HohensteinMay 7
SirachanMay 7
StrachanMay 7
TTT Co IncMay 7
Lightning t American Export
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Am Alliance RTtUnited States
Sea Witch t American Export
Lightning t American Export
SirachanApr SO
StrachanApr S7
HohensteinMay 2
Strachan May 4
StrachanMay 18
PERSIAN GULF
Abu Dhabi
Arya Nur
Ion
Arya
Arya
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Apr 17 Apr 86
Copenhagen DENMARK
Am Accord RTt United Stales
Lightning t American Export
Bahrein
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Ion
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Arya
Hellenic
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Stag Hound t
Am Alliance RTt
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Lightning t
Atlantic Gull Service
American Export
United States
American Export American Export
Bandar Shahpour
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Apr 17 Apr 26
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Am Accord RTtUnited States
Lightning tAmerican Export
Finn MaidAtlantic Gull Service
Stag Hound tAmerican Export
Am Alliance RTtUnited States
Sea Witch tAmerican Export
Lightning tAmerican Export
HohensteinApr 19
StrachanApr 80
SirachanApr 27
StrachanApr 27
HohensteinMay 2
SirachanMay 4
SirachanMay 12
HohensteinApr 19
StrachanApr 20
SirachanApr 27
StrachanApr 27
HohensteinMay 2
SirachanMay 4
SirachanMay 12
Arya Nur Ion Hellenic Splendor Arya Arya Hellenic Smith Kelly Smith ft Kelly Stevens Apr 17 Apr 26 May 2 Gdynia POLAND Domeyko Polish Ocean Harrington ft Co May 5
Dubai Arya Nur Arya Smith ft Kelly Apr 17 Ham ina FINLAND Strachan Apr 27
Ion Arya Smith ft Kelly Apr 26
Khorramshahr IRAN
Arya NurArya
IonArya
Hellenic Splendor Hellenic
Smith ft KellyApr 17
Smith ft KellyApr 26
StevensMay 2
Helsingborg SWEDEN
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Kuwait KUWAIT
Arya NurArya
IonArya
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Sea Witch t
Lightning t
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Hohenstein
Strachan
Strachan
Hohenstein
Sirachan
Strachan
Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 27 May 2 May 4 May 12
Smith ft KellyApr 17
Smith ft KellyApr 24
StevensMay 2
Helsinki FINLAND
Finn MaidAtlantic Gull Service
SirachanApr 27
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic SeaHellenic
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aqaba JORDAN
Hellenic SeaHellenic
StevensMay 9
StevensMay 9
Malmo SWEDEN
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Lightning t
Finn Maid
Stag Hound t
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Sea Witch t
Lightning t
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American Export
United States
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Strachan
Strachan
Hohenstein
Sirachan
Sirachan
Apr 19 Apr 20 Apr 27 Apr 27 May 2 May 4 May 12
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic SeaHellenic
StevensMay 9
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Finn MaidAtlantic Gull Service
SirachanApr 27
Dubai TRUCIAL OMAN
Hellenic SplendorHellenic
StevensMay 2
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic SeaHellenic
StevensMay 9
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Odense DENMARK
Am Accord RTt
Lightning t
Slag Hound t
Am Alliance RTt
Sea Witch t
Lightning t
United States
American Export American Export United States
American Export American Export
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Strachan
Strachan
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Strachan
Strachan
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Oslo NORWAY
Finn Maid
Atlantic Gull Service SirachanApr 27
Aarhus DENMARK
Am Accord RTtUnited Stales HohensteinApr 19
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CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA SAVANNAH GEORGIA
2 Adgers Wharf Ocean Terminal Building
Phone RA 22921 Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone Elgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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MARCH APRIL 1973
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Steamship Line
Sieamihip Line
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Agency Arrival Dale
Stockholm SWEDEN
Am Accord RTtUnited Staler HohensteinApr 19
Lighining tAmerican Export Slrachan Apr SO
Finn MaidAtlantic Gulf Service SlrachanApr 27
Slag Honnd tAmerican ExportSlrachanApr 27
Am Alliance RTtUnited States Hohenstein May S
Sea Witch tAmerican Export SlrachanMay 4
Lightning tAmerican Export Slrachan May IS
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Belem
Val De CaesNelumar Southeastern MaritimeApr 29
Sao MarcosL Figueirdo Harrington CoApr 30
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
MormaccapeMooreMcCormackSlrachanApr IS
Almirante Stewart Argentine Strachan Apr 17
Fletero Argentine Strachan Apr 25
Salvador Ivaran Southern Shipping May 2
Mormactrade MooreMcCormack Strachan May 4
Naviero Argentine Strachan May 8
Rio De Janeiro Ivaran Southern Shipping May 15
SalvadorIvaranSouthern ShippingMay 2
MormactradeMooreMcCormackStrachanMay 4
ItapuiZjLloyd Brasileiro StevensMay 9
Rio De Janeiro Ivaran Southern ShippingMay 15
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
La Guaira VENEZUELA
ArchimedesRoyal Netherlands Strachan Apr 21
Ciudad De BarquisimetoVenezuelan Smith A KellyApr 23
Ciudad De CumanaVenezuelan Smith k Kelly May 7
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad De BarquisimetoVenezuelan Smith ft KellyApr 23
Ciudad De CumanaVenezuelan Smith ft KellyMay 7
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
ArchimedesRoyal Netherlands Slrachan Apr 21
Ciudad De BarquizUnetoVenezuelan Smith ft KellyApr 23
Ciudad De CumanaVenezuelan Smith ft KellyMay 7
Macapa
Sao MarcosL FigueirdoHarrington ft CoApr 30
Man ans
Val De CaesNetumar Souiheaslem MaritimeApr 29
Sao MarcozL Figueirdo Harrington ft CoApr 30
Montevideo URUGUAY
MormaccapeMooreMcCormack Strachan Apr 15
Salvador Ivaran Southern ShippingMay 2
MormactradeMooreMcCormackStrachanMay 4
Rio De Janeiro Ivaran Southern ShippingMay 15
Paranagua BRAZIL
MormaccapeMooreMcCormack StrachanApr 15
DianaNetumarSoutheastern MaritimeApr 14
ItassuceLloyd Brasileiro StevensApr 19
ItapucaLloyd Brasileiro StevensApr 30
MormactradeMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 4
Itapui Lloyd Brasileiro StevensMay 9
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
MormaccapeMooreMcCormackStrachanApr 15
Diana Netumar Southeastern MaritimeApr 14
IteranceLloyd BrasileiroStevensApr 19
ItapucaLloyd Brasileiro StevensApr 30
SalvadorIvaran Southern ShippingMay 2
MormactradeMooreMcCormackStrachanMay 4
ItapuiLloyd Brasileiro StevensMay 9
Rio De JaneiroIvaran Southern ShippingMay 15
Santarem BRAZIL
Sao MarcosL Figueirdo Harrington ft CoApr 30
Santos BRAZIL
MormaccapeMooreMcCormackStrachanApr 15
DianaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeApr 14
IlassuceLloyd Brasileiro Stevens Apr 19
ItapucaLloyd Brasileiro Stevens Apr 30
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Antofagasta CHILE
MaipoChilean StrachanApr 20
Arica CHILE
MaipoChilean StrachanApr 20
Chanaral CHILE
MaipoChilean StrachanApr 20
Cristobal CANAL ZONE
MaipoChilean StrachanApr 20
Guayaquil ECUADOR
MaipoChileanStrachanApr 20
Talcahuano CHILE
MaipoChilean StrachanApr 20
Valparaiso CHILE
Maipo Chilean StrachanApr 20
SOUTH ASIA
Bangkok Ocean Endurance Sea Exprs Hohenstein Apr 14
Bombay INDIA Viihva Tej S C It Smith Kelly Apr 20
S C I Smith Kelly Apr 20
Scindia Smith Kelly Apr 24
Vishva Jyoii S C H Smith ft Kelly Apr 27
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STEAMSHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 3140S
310 East Bav Street P Box 2747 9122348265 AetWTS POH
ATLANTA GEORGIA 30329
2250 N Druid Hills Rd NE 4046332485
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201
SERVING
Canaveral Florida Fernandina Florida Jacksonville Florida Brunswick Georgia Savannah Georgia
Port Royal South Carolina Charleston South Carolina Georgetown South Carolina Wilmington North Carolina Morehead City North Carolina
Alcoa Steamship Co
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
Sidarma Line
Transatlantic Shipping Agency Inc Wallenius Line
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Jaladhir Scindia
Vishva JyoiiS C I
Hellenic SplendorHellenic
Smith KellyApr 20
Smith KellyApr 20
Smith 8t KellyApr 28
Smith KellyApr 27
StevensMay 2
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Hellenic SplendorHellenic StevensMay 2
Djakarta INDONESIA
ProiesilausBlue Sea SirachanApr 28
Karachi PAKISTAN
Hellenic SplendorHellenicStevensMay 2
Madras INDIA
Vishva TejS C I
Vishva VivekS C I
JaladhirScindia
Vishva JyoiiS C I
Smith KellyApr 20
Smith KellyApr 20
Smith Kelly Apr 2
Smith t KellyApr 27
Manila PHILIPPINES
ProiesilausBlue Sea SirachanApr 28
Penang MALAYSIA
ProiesilausBlue Sea SirachanApr 28
Port Kelang SINGAPORE
ProiesilausBlue Sea SirachanApr 28
Port Sweetenham
Ocean EnduranceSea Express HohensteinApr 18
Rangoon
Ocean EnduranceSea Express HohensteinApr 18
Singapore
Ocean EnduranceSea Express HohensteinApr 18
LindoZim Haifa tZim Containers Southern Shipping Apr 17
ProiesilausBlue Sea SirachanApr 28
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Belfast Am Accord RTt United Stales Hohenstein Apr 19
American Export Sirachan Apr 20
American Export Sirachan Apr 27
Amt Alliance RTt Sea Witch t United States Hohensiein May 2
American Export Sirachan May 4
Lightning t American Export Sirachan May 12
Dublin Am Accord RTt Lightning t United States Hohensiein Apr 1
American Export Sirachan Apr 20
Stag Hound t American Export Sirachan Apr 27
United States Hohenstein May 2
Sea Witrh f American Export Sirachan May 4
Lightning ft American Export Sirachan May 12
Felixstowe ENGLAND Am Accord RTt United Siatea Liohtnino tl American Exnori Hohenstein Sirachan Apr 19 Apr 20
Stag Hound t American Export Sirachan Apr 27
Arni Alliance RTt Sea Witch t United States 1 American Export Hohenstein Sirachan May 2 May 4
Lightning t American Export Sirachan May 12
Glasgow SCOTLAND Hohenstein Apr 19
Lightning t American Export Sirachan Apr 20
Stag Hound t American Export Sirachan Apr 27
Am Alliance RTt Sen Witch United States Hohensiein May 2 May 4
American Export Sirachan
Lightning ft American Export Sirachan May 12
Greenock ENGLAND
Am Accord RTtUnited States Hohensiein Apr 19
Am Alliance RTtUnited States 11 HohensteinMay 2
Liverpool Am Accord RTt United States Hohenstein Apr 19
Lightning tl American Export Sirachan Apr 20
Slag Hound t American Export Sirachan Apr 27
Am Alliance RTt United Slates Hohenstein May 2
Sea Witch t American Export Sirachan May 4
Lightning t American Export Sirachan May 12
London ENGLAND Bilderdyk V 11 L Combi Am Accord RTt United Stales Lightning t American Exnori Southeastern Maritime Hohensiein Sirachan Apr 17 Apr 19
Stag Hound t American Export Sirachan Apr 27
Am Alliance RTt United States Hohenstein May 2
Sea Witch t American Export Sirachan May 4
Lightning t American Export Sirachan May 12
Sheerness
Bilderdyk V 11 LCombi Southeastern MaritimeApr 17
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SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 1805 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
MARCH APRIL 1973
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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
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 Ga912 2342621
Atlanta Ga404 4712899
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTH ATLANTIC TERMINALS INC
Savannah 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 Ga912 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2346671
Brunswick Ga912 2654919
Atlanta Ga 404 8732543
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2339343
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Savannah Ga 912 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
HARPER ROBINSON CO
Savannah Ga912 2344451
J K EBBERWEIN
Savannah Ga912 2326184
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2360206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 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 Ga 404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
OLDSTEIN CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS
Atlanta Ga404 8747809
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2350206
DONALD R WINTER
Atlanta Ga404 7615974
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
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 Ga 912 9646972
ATLANTIC TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9641703
BENTON TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 9646972
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 9646835
BROWN TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
BUILDERS TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 9644347
Brunswick Ga912 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
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 9646911
HOWARD HALL COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 2321813
J M TRANSPORT COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645128
JOHNSON BRUCE TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2342715
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT
Savannah Ga912 9646972
MAYFIELD W T912 9641921
M M TANK LINES
Savannah Ga912 9644341
Brunswick Ga912 2643394
McLEAN TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323063
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS Savannah Ga912 9645581
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
Savannah Ga912 9640262
OLD DOMINION FREIGHT LINE
Savannah Ga912 2360337
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646415
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2348823
PLOOF TRANSFER COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640245
Brunswick Ga912 2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646931
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga912 2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 9646484
SOUTHERN INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS INC
Savannah Ga912 9640614
TERMINAL TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga 912 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 CO912 2339203
BRUNSWICK
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO912 2652966
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO912 2655310
CONTAINER LEASING FIRMS
PORT OF SAVANNAH
COMPASS 912 2333338
CONTAINER TRANSPORT
INTERNATIONAL Inc912 2341383
INTEGRATED CONTAINER SERVICE 912 2333338
INTERPOOL Inc912 2366351
NIC 912 2366451
SEA CONTAINER 912 2366351
TOFC 912 2366351
UNIFLEX 912 2366351
XTRA 912 2333338
SOUTHERN INTERMODAL LOGISTICS Inc Savannah
Georgia 912 9640614
CHASSIS LEASING FIRMS
PORT OF SAVANNAH
CONTAINER TRANSPORT
INTERNATIONAL Inc912 2341383
INTEGRATED CONTAINER SERVICE 912 2333338
INTERPOOL Inc912 2366351
NIC 912 2366351
REALCO 912 2333338
SEA CONTAINER 912 2366351
TOFC 912 2366351
UNIFLEX 912 2366351
XTRA 912 2333338
TOWING COMPANIES
ATLANTIC TOWING CO
Savannah Ga912 2328103
COASTAL TOWING CO
Brunswick Ga912 2657519
PILOT ASSOCIATIONS
SAVANNAH PILOTS ASSOCIATION Savannah Ga912 2360226
BRUNSWICK PILOTS ASSOCIATION Brunswick Ga912 6382182
EXPORT PACKING AND DRUMMING
CARGO SERVICES CO
Savannah Ga 912 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
UNITED STATES CUSTOM 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 SimonExt 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 Jr 404 5265956
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE2324321 Ext 368
24 Hour Answering Service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNITED STATES COAST GUARD PORT OF SAVANNAH
200 EAST BRYAN STREET Telephone 912 2324321
CAPTAIN OF THE PORT Ext 353
MARINE INSPECTION Ext 348
DOCUMENTATION OFFICE Ext 347
SEARCH AND RESCUE 912 2320705
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DIRECTOR
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INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director Charles Nelson 25 Houston 2342438
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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
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FRANCE Edwin J Middleton 912 8971969
GERMANY Frank K Peeples 912 2348265
ITALY Joseph M Cafiero 912 3550586
NETHERLANDS John B Hohenstein 912 2342621
NORWAY Peter Norboge 912 2346671
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Savannah Ga912 2343441
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OCEAN TERMINALSBRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALSAUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
DuPont Colonels Island 2
Central Gulf Lines 4
Howard Agriculture 6
Brunswick Harbor 8
Swann Oil 10
Port News 12
Laurence W Magrath 14
Mitsui OSK Line 16
VIP Visit 16
Sailing Schedule 17
Port Directory 24
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
Richard M Scarlett Brunswick
James C Barbre Dalton
Don A Grantham Augusta
Lee R Grogan Columbus
Earl Nichols Bainbridge
P E Clifton Sr Savannah
The Georgia Ports Authority has agreed in principle to optioning by the DuPont Company of 1500 acres on Colonels Island near Brunswick For full details on our cover story turn to page two
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
Vincent J Gerard New York Eastern Regional Manager
Don K Brideson Chicago Western Regional Manager
Horst F Winter 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 publication Georgia Ports Authority PO Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9129641721 Advertising rates furnished on request
J D Holt
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A few comments related to the retirement of Larry Magrath as European Director for the Georgia Ports Authority are very much in order
Larry as recognized by his many friends Is a rare human being scholarly dedicated high principled and possessed of courtly and impeccable manners
A US citizen educated in London and the son of a concert pianist at an early age he organized camel caravans in Arabia and while there married the lovely daughter of an Italian diplomat This was followed by many years of
employment with a prominent US flag steamship line interrupted by service as an officer in both World Wars
Larrys life has been interesting varied and of outstanding service to those with whom he has been associated
Georgia and Georgias ports are known throughout all of Europe today due to the efforts of Larry Magrath and for this we are most grateful All of Larrys host of friends join in wishing him continued good health and happiness
JULY AUGUST 1973
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DuPont
agrees in principle with GPA
to optioning 1500 acres of
Col Island
The Georgia Ports Authority has agreed in principle to optioning by the Du Pont Company of 1500 acres Y on Colonels Island near Brunswick Ga as a possible site for a plant to manufacture titanium dioxide Ti02 v it was announced by J D Holt Executive Director
The Authority acquired the prop erty on Colonels Island in 1961 for industrial development Availability of deep water plus the addition of a j railroad in 1971 make the site suitable and attractive for a major industry
Du Pont is a leading manufacturer of titanium dioxide a white powdery material which is inert and nontoxic t It is used in the manufacture of paint paper plastics textiles and many other products
The Du Pont plant would employ about 600 persons initially and would have an annual capacity of about 100000 tons It would use the y Du Pont developed and environmentally superior chloride process the newest technology for the manu facture of titanium dioxide and would be similar to a plant Du Pont has operated successfully at New 4 Johnsonville Tenn since 1959
Du Pont seeks an option on the site so it may undertake a study and k evaluation of such areas as engineering environment transportation utilities and employment A k final construction decision must await completion of the studies
Du Pont will have officials avail j able to answer questions regarding
State Legislators are briefed on DuPonts proposal plans for the future development of the Georgia Ports Authoritys industrial tract on Colonels Island
Leading the discussion is C Ivey Smith
Jr Director of Production DuPont f
third from left Others pictured are Rep Eston Harden Senator Roscoe Dean
Rep Charles Rogers J D Holt
Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority and Carlton Hicks President BrunswickGolden Isles Chamber of Commerce
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the potential manufacturing plant from interested citizens and groups i in the Brunswick area They may be contacted through James D Hall Executive Director of the Brunswick Golden Isles Chamber of Commerce
Du Pont currently manufactures titanium dioxide at three US plants f Edge Moor Del New Johnsonville Tenn and Antioch California New Johnsonville and Antioch use the i chloride method Edge Moor uses both the chloride and sulfate methods but is currently being converted 100 percent to chloride
Colonels Island is one of the few remaining tracts of land available for industrial plant sites on the At lantic Coast which offers large acreage and direct access to deep water
Lying just up the Brunswick River 1 from the present port facilities Colonels Island boasts over onehalf mile of high bluff shoreline fronting on deep water On the opposite side of the island the Satilla River provides adequate depth for 1 efficient barge operations
A 217 mile railroad has been built by the Authority connecting Colonels Island with the Seaboard Coast Line and the Southern Railway Systems main line
In addition to the two major railroads Colonels Island is served by over 20 truck lines
Interstate Highway 195 and US Highway 17 cross the Island providing fine access to motor transportation
Du Pont and State Port Officials top right discuss Du Ponts proposed Colonels Island option with Brunswick Mayor C A Taylor Jr center Pictured with the mayor are Georgia Ports Authority member Richard Scarlett left and Bill Sheehy of Du Pont
right The Georgia Ports Authority holds a press conference for Brunswick officials and the area news media
JULYAUGUST 1973
New Lash Service
Central Gulf Lines
Central Gulf Line vessels commenced calling at George Ports Au4 thoritys LASH facility when Regent Line inaugurated their LASH service using Central Gulf Line barges with the ATLANTIC FOREST call at Savannah on June 17th this year The vessel is the largest LASH ship in existence and one of the largest vessels ever to call at Savannah She is 860 feet long has a deadweight cargo carrying capacity of 43000 f tons and can load 83 barges Each barge can carry 370 long tons
Commenting on the new service
Mr Ion Ratiu President of Regent Line said since the FMC has approved that a first class common
carrier could charter LASH barges we decided that we would offer in the future a dual service to our
fe customers Sidebyside with our conventional breakbulk operation
we are now running a regular bimonthly service in LASH barges between all US South Atlantic ports and Bremen Rotterdam Antwerp and London Sheerness
Starting this new service is very much in keeping with the pioneering tradition of J R Shipping Company Ltd of London the owneroperators of Regent Line
In December 1963 J R Shipping started a shuttle service between Northern Europe serving Savannah and Charleston Today ten years later Regent Line serves South Atlantic ports exclusively
Reflecting on the past ten years Mr Ratiu said the support we are getting from the shippers to and from the US South Atlantic ports is I believe in no small way due to their realization that we are totally and exclusively dedicated to serving the entire coast from Wilmington
NC to Port Everglades Florida We are proud of it
Ratiu commenting on the new service said we are happy to be allied with they who introduced the LASH concept thus revolutionizing the entire dry cargo shipping industry
J R Shipping Company Ltd of London maintains a whollyowned subsidiary in Savannah with offices on 9 East Bay Street who act as agents for Regent Line The Executive Vice President of the American company is Mr Nick Ratiu and the General Manager is Mr Manuel Mamalakis Nick Ratiu is a graduate of the Maritime College State University of New York and has worked for the American Export Lines in Brussels Belgium and Bremerhaven Germany before joining J R Shipping Company
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Howard
Rotavator
serving agriculture industrial markets throughout the world
2mn
saillS
Shipping and port facilities are a major factor in the success of the Howard Rotavator Company Harvard Illinois who have recently opened up a new branch warehouse operation at the port of Savannah
Howard Rotavator Company Inc a subsidiary of the Rotary Hoes Group has been operating in the United States since 1949 and from the very first introduction of Howard products to the American farmer shipping and port facilities have been one of the most important phases of its business
The company has been steadily building its US organization since 1949 Offices and warehouse facilities were first established in San Francisco Seattle and Baltimore in order to service the coastal areas As the market grew so must the company and in order to satisfy new markets throughout the MidWest a main US administration office and warehouse was established in Arlington Heights Illinois The Baltimore Seattle and San Francisco operations were closed down and moved to Illinois in order to consolidate our US operations under one roof
Distributors were appointed to take care of sales distribution to dealers with machines and parts being shipped direct to these distributors via the nearest seaport Once again sea freight and port facilities being the major lifeline
Ports such as New York Baltimore Portland San Francisco Houston Chicago and Savannah all contribute to the success of Howards marketing plans
Times change and so must the company in order to keep up with todays supply and demand Howards latest venture has been to put
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three men into the Southeast territory consisting of Florida Georgia Alabama and South Carolina With our own men working this area backed by supplies of machines and parts from new warehouse facilities set up at the Garden City Terminal Georgia Ports Authority Savannah this Southeastern territory could become one of the most important and largest volume markets for Howard
The Savannah and Georgia Ports Authorities were a great help in the early stages of planning and organizing this new warehouse facility and we look forward to the years ahead with great anticipation
At the bottom of Howards advertising and sales literature is generally printed Member of the Rotary Hoes Group of Companies The Rotary Hoes Group is an international organization that manufactures and markets agricultural and horticultural equipment
It is headquartered in West Horndon Essex England and includes companies in South America New Zealand Australia France Germany Italy Spain Ireland Austria Malaysia Brazil Greece and of course Howard Rotavator Company of Harvard Illinois with branches in Sacramento California and Savannah Georgia
The history of the group goes back to the early days of the century when A C Howard the son of a farmer in New South Wales became fascinated with a new steam tractor and began wondering if the best use was being made of the power
A machine was needed said Howard that could take the power direct from the tractor and use it to break the soil And here was the concept of his first rotary tiller
which young Howard rigged in 1912
With continued experiments Howard finally designed a blade of the right size shape and weight to cut cleanly through the weeds and trash and lift and break the soil
Thus was born the famous Howard blade which is still largely the same in most Rotavator Models working on hundreds of thousands of rotavators around the world
World War I interrupted Howards plans to develop his ideas for tractor powered machines and he found himself working instead on experimental aircraft engines
But after the war he returned to Australia and in 1922 succeeded in building his first engine powered rotary tiller It was 15feet wide a real monster powered by a 60 hp engine
A company called Austral Auto
THE QUEENS AWARD TO INDUSTRY
Cultivators Ltd was formed and limited production started By 1926 the first small factory had been outgrown and new larger facilities were acquired in a small town just outside of Sydney
The enterprise expanded steadily and in 1928 arrangements were made with a British firm to produce machines and market them worldwide And in 1938 Howard moved to England to form a new company
This was the real beginning of Rotary Hoes Ltd now the Rotary Hoes Group that has pioneered the development and sales of agricultural equipment throughout the world South Africa in 1948 United States in 1949 New Zealand in 1950 and so on
Without transportation by sea the Rotary Hoes Group would cease to exist
Howard Rotavator Company is the proud recipient of the Royal Warrant which is a very coveted award obtained by a limited number of manufacturers who supply the Royal household It is an English mark of quality and cannot be bought Companies displaying the Queens award are instantly recognized for their extremely high standard of business ethics and the manufacture of quality merchandise
JULYAUGUST 1973
US Corps of Engineers
Brunswick Harbor Maintenance Program
by Col Edwin C Keiser
Colonel Edwin C Keiser is the new Savannah District Engineer for the US Army Corps of Engineers as of July 13 Prior to coming to Savannah he served as the New York Deputy Engineer for West Point projects is the Savannah District Engineer Colonel Keiser will direct military construction programs in Georgia and the Carolinas as well as civil activities centered around all economic and social aspects of water development in the Savannah River Basin He resides with his wife and family on Chatsworth Road in Savannah
The Corps of Engineers responsibility for maintenance and improvement of the waterways and harbors in the Southeastern area of the United States dates back to 1829 and specifically charged to the Savannah Engineer District since before the turn of the Century
To accommodate the needs of the evergrowing movement of waterborne commerce considerable fed
eral funds have been expended to maintain authorized channel depths and to improve the two deepwater ports in our area Brunswick Harbor and Savannah Harbor in Georgia
The waterways of St Simons Sound Brunswick River Turtle River Academy Creek Terry Creek and East River comprise Brunswick Harbor It is a naturally protected harbor and a salt water estuary The present improved channel is 32 feet deep and 500 feet wide across the bar 30 feet deep and 400 feet wide through St Simons Sound Brunswick River and East River to the foot of Second Avenue in the City of Brunswick It is 27 feet deep and 350 feet wide in East River from Second Avenue to the confluence with Academy Creek30 feet deep and 300 feet wide in Turtle River to the wharf of the Allied Chemical Com
pany formerly the Atlantic Refining Company
On August 8 of this year the Savannah District by contract dredge completed dredging of the East River channel adjacent to the Brunswick Port and the Georgia Port docks to a minimum depth of 31 feet plus j two feet over depth in many areas
The increase during the past decade in the number of deeper draft ves t sels and the steady growth of dry and bulk cargo tonnages moving through Brunswick Harbor has prompted increased effort to reduce shoaling in the East River Channel
This has resulted in planning for maintenance dredging on a more frequent basis The extra foot dredged below the 30foot project depth was to insure that the 30foot project would prevail for a longer period of time
Under longrange planning steps have been undertaken to alleviate this shoaling problem A model of Brunswick Harbor was constructed by the Waterways Experiment Station in Vicksburg Mississippi The primary purpose was to develop a more economical means of maintaining the navigation channels to meet the needs of shipping interest i j
Through these hydraulic model tests subsequently a twophase construction plan was approved This 1 plan which will substantially reduce shoaling and at the same time improve the water quality in Academy Creek and heavily used East River consists of closure dams across upper Academy Creek and upper East River and a canal and dike from Academy Creek to upper East River
Phase I a partial closure consisting of an earth dam in East River above the mouth of Academy Creek was completed in September 1969
A model of the Brunswick Harbor below has been constructed by the Waterways Experiment Station in Vicksburg Mississippi to develop a more economical means of maintaining the navigation channels to meet the needs of shipping interest At far right is an aerial of Brunswicks natural harbor
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This has reduced the velocity in East River and has reduced the overall annual shoaling by about 30 percent 300000 cubic yards and has improved project maintenance
The closure of Academy Creek Phase I scheduled for construction at an early date is expected to further reduce the shoaling and result in savings in dredging costs and contribute to better maintenance of the East River navigation channel
The diversion of the upper reaches of Academy Creek into the upper reaches of East River will remove the waste water effluent from the Brunswick Sewage Treatment Plant from East River into Turtle River thereby improving the water quality in East River
In 1972 Brunswick Harbor increased its waterborne commerce to a record high of 1263068 tons Tonnage in 1971 was 1059105 tons
Four new docks at the Port of Brunswick provide 1500 feet of berthing space One locally financed by the Brunswick Port Authority is specially equipped for the handling of bulk gypsum The other three which have modern transit sheds and facilities were constructed by the Georgia Ports Authority These docks join one another to provide economical handling of cargoes of all types They have direct rail and highway connections for the rapid movement of freight
Georgia Ports Authority has also developed an industrial park nearby on Colonels Island which is expected to increase commerce Currently the principal commodities have been petroleum products wood and paper products building sand salt gypsum rock and industrial chemicals
JULYAUGUST 1973
Swann Oil to open
Savannah River lrminal at Augusta
Swanns new Augusta terminal now nearing completion will supply fuel oil throughout Georgia via truck rail and barge The companys first tug boat above features a 1000 horsepower pusher type engine is currently under construction and will be operational by October of this year The barges built with a special double hull and bow thruster draw less than seven and onehalf feet when fully loaded They are constructed so as to allow modification for deck loading of cargo as a back haul down the river to Savannah
Swann OH is actively seeking cargo suitable for transport from Augusta to Savannah This capability of the Swann barges presents a significant opportunity for Augusta shippers to move bulk cargo solid or liquid economically
The geographic regions served by the ports of Georgia might be described as going through a period of economic maturation in that theyre experiencing rapid growth from relative youth to industrial maturity Like any rapidlygrowing economy theyre experiencing their share of growing pains Not the least of which is the general fuel shortage extant throughout the country and recently made evident here
In order to alleviate the fuel supply problem and to offer assistance in the proper use of fuel oils Swann Oil Company of Georgia is constructing a new petroleum cargo terminal in Augusta on an eightacre site along the banks of the Savannah River Swanns new Augusta complex now nearing completion will consist of an office building a twobay maintenance garage a fourposition truck loading rack docking facilities and initial tank storage for
150000 barrels 6300000 gallons of fuel oils Swann Oil Company of Georgia a whollyowned subsidiary of Swann Oil Inc Sassamansville Pennsylvania expects to employ 75 local people by the end of its first year of operation
The Augusta terminal will offer additional supplies of fuel oils and the technology to use them efficiently Especially with the nationwide shortage of natural gas a dependable source of alternate fuels will be most helpful to local industry
T E Ed Bishop President of Swann Oil Company of Georgia explains that the purpose of the Augusta terminal is to assure a dependable source of industrial fuel oils in Georgia South Carolina and North Carolina These areas are already experiencing fuel supply problems because of curtailment of natural gas and shortage of distillate oil supplies
In its effort to insure a dependable source of supply Swann Oil has grown over the past 25 years from a rural fuel oil distributor to an international oil importer and marketer operating facilities in many parts of the world
The industrial oil business re
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quires that an importer must locate its source in a number of different
nations It must anticipate market trends purchase future supplies under long term contracts and be
come expert at the logistics of moving vast quantities of oil nearly halfway around the world
Fortunately for Swann Oil Inc the parent company Dr Leonard A Swann Jr its president received i his Ph D from Harvard in marine economics which he defines as the study of adding value by ship
ping materials from one point to another by water at the least cost The new Augusta terminal is
t another step in Swanns plan to provide an efficient fuel supply network through the Eastern United States The Swann distribution network already includes more than 200 pieces of rolling equipment storage facilities for more than 2000000 barrels of fuel oil strategically located at major East Coast ports and connections with transcontinental pipelines
Swann Oils basic supplies are provided under a balanced program T receiving about a third of its requirements from major integrated oil companies one third from sovereign governments with access to royalty crude and one third from petrochemical refineries who pro duce fuel oil as a byproduct in the manufacture of chemical feed stocks
To move the oil across the oceans of the world requires the operation of oceangoing vessels The actual shipping of foreign fuels is handled by another Swann subsidiary Oil Shipping Corporation Ltd based in Nassau This entity manages Swanns fleet of oceangoing tankers that transport crude and residuals oils to the United States East Coast and especially to Swanns new deepwater terminal in the ports of Philadelphia and Savannah Fuel oils delivered to Savannah will be barged upriver to Swanns Augusta terminal via Swanns own inland barge fleet
Dr Swann stated his companys operating philosophy as Find the need of the ultimate user of fuel oils and prepare to fill that need with our own facilities The steady growth of our company has been based on the ability to anticipate future conditions and obtain contractual commitments so that we can supply our customers fuel oil where and when they need it Evaluation of the petroleum fuel energy market is a constant challenge to our staff The entree of our company into the Georgia area was predicated on the need expressed by local industry This need aroseout of the curtailment of natural gas and the shortage of other available energy products The need is clear and Swann Oil is preparing to meet that need
Opening of new Swann Oil Terminal seen as boom to local industry
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Roberts Steamship Agency Inc
Opens Savannah Office
Roberts Steamship Agency Inc has announced the appointment of Charles E Sutlive as Manager of their new Savannah office which opened July 1 1973
Mr Sutlive was formerly associated with Southeastern Maritime and Strachan Shipping and is a native of Savannah He is a graduate of the University of Georgia and resides with his wife and two children in Savannah
Mr Sutlive will be responsible for the South Atlantic area and the lines represented by Tilston Roberts Corporation and Roberts Steamship Agency Inc which include C N Lloyd Brasileiro National Shipping Corporation of Pakistan Portuguese Line EIN and Forest Lines
Charles E Sutlive
Frederick Richards of Georgia Inc Opens Savannah Office
On May 1st Frederick Richards of Georgia Inc a custom house brokerage and freight forwarding service officially opened its doors for business in Savannah Georgia
The firm is owned in part by Frederick Richards Inc of Charleston and in part by its general manager in Savannah James P Black This produces a unique situation for a branch office which we feel will induce better service than having employees control branch offices
Jim Black has had extensive experience in the steamship and transportation industries having worked with a truck line having worked in vessel operations of a steamship agency and having worked as a broker and freight forwarder in both Charleston and Savannah
General Raymond Named Deputy Chief of Engineers
Major General Daniel A Raymond Division Engineer for the U S Army Corps of Engineers South Atlantic Division has been named the Deputy Chief of Engineers with duty station in Washington
General Raymond has headed the South Atlantic Division with headquarters in Atlanta since April 1972
As the South Atlantic Division Engineer General Raymond has directed the Army Corps of Engineers multimillion dollar efforts in 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
Major General Daniel A Raymond
The Army Corps of Engineers plans and executes a major national
water resources development program under policies and directives established by the President and y Congress The Corps also programs engineering and construction for the U S Army and as assigned for the y U S Air Force and other government agencies
As Deputy Chief of Engineers
Major General Raymond will be the principal assistant and advisor to the Chief of Engineers in both the Army Engineers military and civil missions
MTMTS NEWS Major General Land and Roland Guyotte Retire after 33 Years of Service
Major General Clarence J Lang USA Commander of Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service MTMTS the Defense Departments traffic management element for the past four years retires August 1 1973 after 33 years active commissioned service General Lang has occupied transportation command and staff positions in the Defense Department from command at the company level in the field to the highest level staff and command in Washington Among the major assignments were Transportation Planner Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Deputy Director Military
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Traffic Management Agency Assistant Commandant US Army Transi portation School Director of Logistics US Strike Command Chief of Staff US Army Materiel Comi mand and his present command MTMTS
General Lang has been especially v active in the DOD Personal Property Movement and Storage Program a 600 million budget item which his JL organization controlled worldwide the Interagency Committee on Transportation Security established to prevent and combat theft in trans
portation strategic mobility planning to insure deployment of forces and materiel in contingency situations and the development of intermodal systems of transportation to meet defense requirements A charter member of the National Defense Transportation Association since 1944 he has occupied key positions in that organization from the chapter to the national level
General Lang will remain in the
Washington area but has not announced specific plans for the future
Major General Henry R Del Mar presently serving as Commander Western Area MTMTS has been
t named to succeed General Lang
Roland L Guyotte Jr
Roland L Guyotte Jr Executive Assistant and Senior Transportation Advisor to the Commander Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service MTMTS has retired this month after 33 years of military and civilian service
Throughout his career he has held a wide variety of adminy istrative transportation and traffic management positions within the Department of Defense His key assignments included the Director of Programs Management and Systems MTMTS Special Assistant to the Commanders of the Military Traffic Management Agency MTMA and the Defense Traffic Management Service DTMS chief policy advisor
to the Assistant Chief of Army Transportation Traffic and transportation specialist in the functional areas of passenger freight and personal property movements
Interspersed in this civilian service were four years of World War II active military duty in the Quartermaster and Transportation Corps and over 15 years of inactive military duty in the U S Army Reserve Mr Guyotte retired from the Army Reserve in 1962 at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel
The Army Transportation Corps nominated Mr Guyotte in 1957 for the Arthur S Flemming Award and in 1960 and 1970 he was nominated by the Secretary of the Army for the Department of Defense Distinguished Civilian Service Award He has twice received the decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service the highest Army award for civilian employees
In 1969 Mr Guyotte received the first Department of Defense Distinguished Service Award from the National Defense Transportation Association NDTA for outstanding leadership in developing the NDTA HANDIVET Program a project concerned with the training and employment of handicapped Vietnam veterans
United States Lines Announce Appointments
Thomas J Rowan has been named General Sales Manager of Corporate Accounts throughout the United States and Canada for United States Lines it was announced today by James P Rafter the companys Vice PresidentEastern Division
Mr Rowan joined United States Lines in 1946 serving his apprenticeship in the Inward Freight Department He took his outport training at the companys Baltimore Office was Assistant MidWest Traffic Manager in Chicago and served as Export Sales Manager in New York
In 1970 he was made US Sales Manager the post he held prior to
his new assignment
A native New Yorker Mr Rowan attended the Traffic Institute and is a CCNY graduate He is a member of the Sales Executive Club and International Executives Association
Mr Rowan lives in Staten Island with his wife Frances and two children
Joseph A Devine Jr has been named General Sales ManagerEastern Division at United States Lines it was announced today by James P Rafter Vice PresidentEastern Division
Mr Devine has been General Sales ManagerEastern Division for the companys Far East services covering Hawaii Guam and Intercoastal His new post will include these responsibilities plus transAtlantic traffic development
Since joining United States Lines in 1970 Mr Devine has served as Regional Manager in San Francisco and New York In these positions he was involved in startup of the companys West Coast Intercoastal and TriContinent services
An NYU graduate and Marine Corps veteran Mr Devine is a member of the New York Athletic Club He lives on Staten Island with his wife and two children
United States Lines operates a fullycontainerized TriContinent serice between Europe the United States Hawaii Guam and the Far East utilizing an allmodern fleet of 16 highspeed highcapacity containerships
Thomas J Rowan Joseph A Devine Jr
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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
Laurence W Mag rath Georgia Ports Authoritys First European Director Honored for
A Decade
Laurence W Magrath European Director of the Georgia Ports Authority was recently presented a lifetime membership and a certificate of merit by the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany for his outstanding contribution to the furtherance of commercial economic ties between the United States of America and the Federal Republic of Germany
The award was bestowed on Magrath at the Chambers 70th annual membership meeting in Berlin on March 29 1973
The date of July 1 1973 will be recorded boldly in the annals of the Georgia Ports Authority It records the tenth anniversary of the GPAs European Trade Development office and the official retirement of our first European Director Laurence W Magrath a man who has
dedicated a decade molding Georgias foreign trade development and a lifetime to international trade
Ten years ago the Georgia Ports Authority established its first trade development office in BonnBad Godesberg in the Federal Republic of Germany One basic mission was then and still is the furnishing of technical information regarding the ports and the thirteen states hinterland which they serve The second and directly related objective is the fostering of twoway trade development in all of Europe and the Southeast of the USA of which the city of Atlanta now with a population of one and a quarter million is the banking and business center
Bonn was selected since it is geographically centrally located in an area which makes all of Europe easily accessible for the Authoritys
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s of Service
In the left photo returning GPA European Director Laurence W Magrath left and incoming Director Horst F
Winter right confer with American Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany the Honorable Martin J Hillenbrand at a recent Berlin meeting Right Dr Milan F Ondrus President American Chamber of Commerce in Germany presents Magrath with a Certificate of Merit from the Chamber
representatives business travel This takes them to all points of the compass it being the policy to build up as many relationships as possible through personal business contact with European industry This includes enterprises shipping companies forwarding agencies chambers of commerce etc which may benefit from acquiring knowledge of the Georgia Ports and what they have to offer Through such personal contact and limited advertising with ten years existence the European representation has done much to make the ports of Savannah and Brunswick with their uptodate facilities known in all of Europe
When Magrath established the first overseas trade development office in Bonn the State of Georgia
was envisioned by most Europeans as a beautiful setting for Margaret Mitchells Gone With The Wind Today the names of Savannah and Brunswick may conjure up versions of mosshung oaks and cotton plantations but if you prefix the cities with the words Port Of you invoke an entirely new picture The Port of Savannah and Port of Brunswick snap into focus with the same legibility as the Port of New York or the Port of Norfolk to any European engaged in international commerce Through the efforts of Larry Magrath Georgia is on the map in Europe Congratulations Larry on a job well done
Horst F Winter who joined the Georgia Ports Authority two and one half years ago has been named European Director succeeding Magrath
TOWING
SERVICE
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MODERN TUGS OPERATED BY SEASONED PERSONNEL
ATLANTIC
TOWING
COMPANY
504 EAST RIVER STREET P O Box 1365 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Phone 2328103
Night Phone 2328105
Cable Address ATCO
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Mitsui OSK Lines Begin Full Container Service via Savannah
Mitsui OSK Lines have announced that they will commence full containership service between Savannah and Japan with the first vessel containership NEW JERSEY MARU scheduled for a September 4th arrival at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Container Central
The NEW JERSEY MARU will be the largest containership to serve the port The vessel weighs in at 40500 gross tons with an overall length of 863 feet with a beam of 105 feet The ship can carry approximately 1850 20foot containers
At present two Japanese container liners the 35000 gt TOHBEI MARU of YamashitaShinnihon Steamship and the 35000 gt JAPAN AMBROSE of Japan Line are calling at Savannah regularly
The NEW JERSEY MARUs call at Savannah will originate from Kobe Japan on August 6th
Gohsuke Shibayama General Manager of Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd New York was recently in Savannah completing the final arrangements for the new service Full details on the new service will be published in the next issue of The Anchorage
Milledgeville Kiwanis Club tours Georgia Ports Authoritys deepwater terminals at Savannah The trip was the result of a recent GPA presentation to the Club in Milledgeville They decided to take a look for themselves and packed most of the membership
on a charter bus for a day dockside in Savannah According to Philip Chandler trip coordinator and Bill Millians Club President they came they saw and they concurred that Georgia can proudly boast of the finest port facilities in the U S A
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EAST COAST AGENCIES 38 East Bay Street P O Box 1894 31402 Tel 8321276 HARRINGTON A COMPANY INC 38 East Bay Street P O Box 1294 31402 Tel 2321276 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 124 West Bay Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2342621 ROBERTS STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 2 Whitaker Street P O Box 8006 31402 Tel 2342571 SMITH KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTH ATLANTIC TERMINALS INC 222 E Bay Street 31401 Tel 2334527
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2088 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING Sc TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1468 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 9667 31402 Tel 2346671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street P O Box 9833 31402 Tel 2322129 TEXAS TRANSPORT Sc TERMINAL CO INC 2 Whitaker Building P O Box 8127 31402 Tel 2337921
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AFRICA
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira Dakar Freetown Monrovia Abidjan Takoradi Tenia Douala LagosApapa Tamatave
Airican Mercury Farrell Southeastern Maritime Aug 1
MormaclakeMooreMcCormack Strachan 11 Aug 9
Craftsman South Airican Marine Smith Sc Kelly 7 Aug 13
Airican SunFarrell Southeastern Maritime Aug 18
Hellenic IdealHellenic Stevens Aug 19
S A Huguenot South African Marine Smith Kelly Aug 20
Mormacpride MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 23
Hellenic Wave Hellenic Stevens Aug 26
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
Shomron Seven Star Africa il Aug 9
Donga North Ampr West African
otrachan Aug 21
Dakar WEST AFRICA
Donga North Amer West African
Aug 21
Douala
Shomron Seven Star Africa Southern Aug 9

LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
Shomron South r
Donga North Amer West African Strachan Aug 9 Aug 21
Lobito WEST AFRICA
Donga I North Amer West African Strachan Aug 21
Luanda WEST AFRICA
Shomron Mouther
Donga North Amer West African Strachan Aug Aug 21
Matadi WEST AFRICA
Donga V North Amer West African Strachan Aug 21
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
Shomron Seven Star Africa Southern
Donga North Amer West African Strachan Aug 9 Aug 21
St Vincent WEST AFRICA
Donga North Amer West African JflHSirachanAug 21
THE CARIBBEAN
Antigua
Aidan A Booth Harrington Sc CompanyAug 1
Aruba NETHERLANDS
ArislotelesJi Royal Netherlands StrachanAug 10
Barbados
AdanBooth Harrington 8c CompanyAug 1
Curacao NETHERLANDS
Arisloteles Royal Netherlands SrachanjfAug 10
Dominica
fanBooth Harrington Sc CompanyAug 1
Grenada
AldanBooth Harrington Sc CompanyAug 1
Guadeloupe
AfanHBooth Harrington Sc CompanyAug 1
Martinique
Aldan TPPBooUl Harrington Sc CompanyAug 1
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
AristotelesRoyal Netherlands StrachanAug 10
St Lucia Aidan Booth Aug 1

St Vincent Aidan Booth Harrington 9c Company Aug 1

Trinidad BOLIVIA
Aidan Booth Harrington Jr CompanyAug 1
Tn f Figueirdo Harrington Sc Company Aug 7
Sao Leopoldo Figueirdo Harrington Sc CompanyAug 24
CENTRAL AMERICA
Puerto Barrios GUATEMALA
Campeche MLMexican StrachanAug 26
Puerto Cortes HONDURAS
Campeche Mexican Strachan Aug 86
Santo Tomas de Castillo GUATEMALA
Campeche Mexican Strachan Aug 24
Tela HONDURAS
A Steamer United Fruit Strachan Aug 15
Veracruz MEXICO
Campeche Mexican Strachan Aug 26
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
Gunhild Torm Torm SouthernAug 9
Vi Transshipment RReefer Space TTnk Space PPssenger tFully ConUinerized LLsh rBLndbridge
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Alicante SPAIN
Export Leader tAmerican Export StrachanAug 3
Lash Turkiye LPrud Grace Southeastern MaritimeAug 9
Young America t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Export Freedom t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Great Republic tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 31
Ashdod ISRAEL
Export Leader tAmerican ExportStrachanAug 3
Etrog Zim Southern Aug 8
Young America t American Export StrachanAug 17
Export Freedom tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 25
Great Republic tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 31
Barcelona SPAIN
Export Leader tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 3
Lash Turkiye LPrud Grace Southeastern Maritime Aug 9
Gunhild TormTorm Southern Aug 9
Young America tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 17
Export Freedom tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 25
Great Republic tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 31
Beirut LEBANON
Gen R GumuspalaTurkish Cargo SievensAug 9
Gunhild TormTorm Southern Aug 9
Holandia Hellenic Stevens Aug 10
FiratTurkish Cargo Sievens Aug 25
TurkiaHellenic Stevens Aug 28
Bilbao SPAIN
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTtUnited States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United Slates Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 25
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 31
Bordeaux FRANCE
Export Patriot t American Export StrachanAug 3
Lightning t American Export StrachanAug 17
Stag Hound t American Export StrachanAug 25
Export Patriot tAmerican Export StrachanAug 31
Cadiz SPAIN
Export Leader tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 3
Lash Turkiye LPrud Grace Southeastern MaritimeAug 9
Young America t American Export StrachanAug 17
Export Freedom tAmerican Export StrachanAug 25
Great Republic tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 31
Ship Steamship Line Agency Arrival Dale
Derince
Lash Turkiye L Prud Grace Southeastern Maritime Aug 9
Fos Lash Turkiye L Prud Grace Southeastern Maritime Aug 9
Genoa ITALY
Export Leader t Lash Turkiye L Young America t Export Freedom t Great Republic t American Export Prud Grace American Export American Export American Export Strachan Southeastern Maritime Strachan Strachan Strachan Aug 3 Aug 9 Aug 17 Aug 25 Aug 31

Haifa ISRAEL Etrog Zim Southern Aug 8
Young America t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Great Republic t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Iskenderun TURKEY Gen R Gumuspala Turkish Cargo Stevens Aug 9
Firat Turkish Cargo Stevens Aug 25
Istanbul TURKEY
Gen R GumuspalaTurkish Cargo SievensAug 9
Lash Turkiye LPrud Grace Southeastern Maritime Aug 9
FiratTurkish Cargo Stevens Aug 25
Izmir TURKEY
Gen R GumuspalaTurkish Cargo StevensAug 9
FiratTurkish Cargo StevensAug 25
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
Gunhild TormTorm SouthernAug 9
Leghorn ITALY
Export Leader t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Lash Turkiye LPrud Grace Southeastern Maritime Aug 9
Young America t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Export Freedom t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Great Republic tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 31
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Am Leader RTt United Stales Hohenstein Aug 9
Gunhild TormTorm Southern Aug 9
Am Legend RT United States HohensteinAug 21
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Steamship LineAgency Arrival Date
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Am Leader RTtUnited States HohensteinAug 9
Gunhild Torm Torm Southern Aug 9
Am Legend RTtUnited States HohensteinAug 21
Marseilles FRANCE
Export Leader t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Tuhobic Jugolinija Smith Kelly Aug 4
Young America American Export Strachan Aug 17
Export Freedom t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Great Republic t American Export Strachan Aug 31
MersinIskenderun TURKEY
Export Leader tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 3
Young America tAmerican Export StrachanAug 17
Export Freedom tAmerican Export StrachanAug 25
Great Republic tAmerican Export StrachanAug 31
Naples ITALY
Kpon Leaner Lash Turkiye L Hi American txpori Prud Grace Mracnan Southeastern Maritime Aug Aug 3 9
Young America t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Export Freedom American Export Strachan 95
Great Republic t American Export Strachan Anrv 11

Piraeus GREECE
Export Leader tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 3
Lash Turkiye LPrud Grace Southeastern MaritimeAug 9
HolandiaHellenic StevensAug 10
Young America tAmerican Export StrachanAug 17
Export Freedom tAmerican Export StrachanAug 25
Turkia Hellenic StevensAug 28
Great Republic tAmerican Export StrachanAug 31
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
Tuhobic Jugolinija Smith KellyAug 4
Lovcen Jugolinija Smith KellyAug
Pula Jugolinija Smith KellyAug 25
Salonika GREECE
Holandia Hellenic StevensAug 10
Turkia Hellenic StevensAug 28
Savona ITALY
Tuhobic Jugolinija Smith Kelly Aug 4
LovcenJugolinija Smith 8c Kelly Aug 4
Pula Jugolinija Smith 8c KellyAug 25
ShipSteamship LineAgency Arrival Date
Taranto
Lash Turkiye L Prud Grace Southeastern Maritime Aug 9
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Gunhild Torm Torm Southern Aug 9
Trieste ITALY
Export Leader American Export Strachan Aug 3
Young America t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Export Freedom t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Great Republic t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Valencia SPAIN
Export Leader t
Lash Turkiye L Young America t Export Freedom t Great Republic t
Venice ITALY
Export Leader t
Tuhobic
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Young America t Export Freedom t
Pula
Great Republic t
American Export Strachan Aug 3
Prud Grace Southeastern Maritime Aug 9
American Export Strachan Aug 17
American Export Strachan Aug 25
American Export Strachan Aug 31
American Export Strachan Anrr 3
Jugolinija Smith Sc Kelly Ann 4
Jugolinija Smith Sc Kelly Ann 6
American Export Strachan Ang 17
American Export Strachan Aug 25
Jugolinija Smith Sc Kelly Aug 25
American Export Strachan Aug 31
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS Export Patriot t American Exoort Strachan
Acadia Forest L Regent J R Shipping
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein 0
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Atlantic Forest L Regent J R Shipping
Slag Hound t American Export Strachan All os
Iliersum RPT Independent Gulf Smith Sc Kelly Aug 90
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Antwerp BELGIUM
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Strachan
Acadia Forest L Regent J R Shipping
Am Leader RTtUnited States Hohenstein
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan
Mieszko IPolish Ocean Harrington 8c Co
Aug 3 Aug 6 Aug 9 Aug 17 Aug 17
Via Transshipment RReefer Space TTank Space P Passenger fFully Containerized LLash LBLandbridge
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY WEEK to Aruba Curacao
La Guaira Trinidad Puerto Cabello
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Port au Prince Kingston Georgetown Paramaribo
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Charleston
Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis
and Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore Norfolk RAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh LAVINO SHIPPING CO
Detroit Cleveland INTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES
SHIPPING CO
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Hoyal iletherlands Steamship Company
Antilles
25 Broadway New York NY 10004
SHIPPING COMPANY
2 Whitaker Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 9805 Phone 2339343
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Steamship Line
Agency Arrival Date
Arctic Troll
Bilderdyk V 14 L Am Legend RTt Atlantic Forest L
Stag Hound t
Itlersum RPT Export Patriot t
Open Bulk Carriers Strachan Aug 18
Combi Southeastern Maritime Aug 18
United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Regent J R Shipping Aug 24
American Export Strachan Aug 25
Independent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly Aug 29
American Export Strachan Aug 31
Bremen GERMANY
Export Patriot tAmerican Export StrachanAug
Acadia Forest L Regent J R Shipping Aug
Am Leader RTtUnited States Hohenstein Aug
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug
Mieszko IPolish Ocean Harrington Co Aug
Arctic TrollOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan Aug
Bilderdyk V 14 LCombi Southeastern MaritimeAug
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug
Atlantic Forest L Regent J R Shipping Aug
Stag Hound tAmerican Export Strachan Aug
Itlersum RPT Independent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly Aug
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Strachan Aug
3
6
9
17
17
18 18 21
24
25 29 31
Bremerhaven GERMANY
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Regent J R Shipping 6
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Bilderdyk V 14 L Combi Southeastern Maritime Aug 18
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Atlantic Forest L Regent J R Shipping Aug 24
Stag Hound t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Hamburg GERMANY
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Mieszko I Polish Ocean Harrington 8c Co Aug 17
Arctic Troll Open Bulk Carriers Strachan Aug 18
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound tj American Export Strachan Aug 25
Itlersum RPT Independent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly Aug 29
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Le Havre FRANCE
Export Patriot tAmerican Export StrachanAug 3
Am Leader RTtUnited States HohensteinAug 9
Lightning tAmerican Export StrachanAug 17
Mieszko IPolish Ocean Harrington 8c CoAug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Itlersum RPT Independent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly Aug 29
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Export Patriot tAmerican Export StrachanAug 3
Acadia Forest LJglRegent J R Shipping Aug 6
Am Leader RTtUnited States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 17
Mieszko IPolish Ocean Harrington 8c Co Aug 17
Arctic TrollOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan Aug 18
Bilderdyk V 14 LCombi Southeastern Maritime Aug 18
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Atlantic Forest L Regent J R Shipping Aug 24
Stag Hound tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 25
Itlersum RPTIndependent Gulf Smith 8c Kelly Aug 29
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Strachan Aug 31
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
PhioniisAtlanilrafik StevensAug 2
PerseusAtlanilrafik Slevens Aug 1
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
PkronlisAllantlrafik SlevensAug 2
PerseusAtlanilrafik StevensAug 31
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine SouthernAug 8
Phil A LunaM C P Southeastern Maritime Aug li
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine SouthernAug 8
Phil A LunaM C P Southeastern MaritimeAug li
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
PhroniisAtlanilrafik StevensAug 2
PerseusAllantlrafik StevensAug 31
Ship
Agency Arrival Dale
Inchon KOREA
Defiance t American Export Strachan Aug 7
Export Bay American Export Strachan Aug 22
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Wei Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 6
Defiance t American Export Strachan Aug 7
Ho Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 10
Jing Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 12
Export Bay American Export Strachan Aug 22
Kai Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 29
Keelung FORMOSA
Wei Ming China Merchants Southern 6
Defiance t American Export Strachan Aug 7
Ho Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 10
Jing Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 12
Export Bay American Export Strachan Aug 22
Kai Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 29
Kobe JAPAN
Kashu Maru LB K Line Stevens Aug Aug 1 6
Wei Ming China Merchants Southern
Defiance t American Export Strachan Aug 7
Ocean Harmonia MiisuiO S K Sirachan Aug 7
Golden Gate Bridge LB K Line Stevens Aug 8
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Aug 8
Ho Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 10
Jing Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 12
Japan Ambrose Japan Hohenstein Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t K Line Stevens Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t MiisuiO S K Strachan Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t N Y K Southeastern Maritime Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Ine Aug 13
Ocean Harvest MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 16
Export Bay American Export Strachan Aug 22
Kai Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 29
Ocean Prima MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 31
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Phil A Luna M C P Protesilaus Blue Sea Southern Southeastern Maritime Strachan Aug Aug Aug 8 16 27
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Phrontis Atlanttrafik Stevens Aug 2
Perseus Atlanttrafik Stevens Aug 31
Nagoya JAPAN
Kashu Maru LB K Line Stevens Aug 1
Ocean Harmonia MiisuiO S K Strachan Aug 7
Golden Gate Bridge LB K line Stevens Aug 8
Japan Ambrose t K Line Stevens Aug 13
Japan Ambrose 1 MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t N Y K Southeastern Maritime Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Aug 13
Ocean Harvest MiisuiO S K Strachan Aug 16
Ocean Prima MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 31
Osaka JAPAN
Kashu Maru LB K Line Stevens Aug 1
Defiance t American Export Strachan Aug 7
Ocean Harmonia MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 7
Golden Gate Bridge LB K Line Stevens Aug 8
Japan Ambrose Japan Hohenstein Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t K Line Stevens Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t N Y K Southeastern Maritime Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Aug 13
Ocean Harvest MiisuiO S K Strachan Aug 16
Export Bay American Export Strachan Aug 22
Ocean Prima MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 31
Pusan KOREA
Tower Bridge LB K Line Stevens Aug 6
Defiance t American Export Strachan Aug 7
Export Bay American Export Strachan Aug 22
San Fernando
Phil A Luna M C P Southeastern Maritime Aug 16
Saigon VIET NAM
Defiance t American Export Strachan Aug 7
Export Bay American Export Strachan Aug 22
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Phrontis Atlanttrafik Stevens 2
Perseus Allantlrafik Stevens Aug 31

Tokyo JAPAN

Hong Kong HONG KONG
Tower Bridge LBK Line Slevens Aug i
Defiance tAmerican Export StrachanAug 7
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine SouthernAug 8
Phil A Luna M C P Southeastern MaritimeAug 16
Export BayAmerican Export StrachanAug 22
ProtesilausBlue Sea StrachanAug 27
Doilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Kashu Maru LB K Line Stevens Aug 1
Ocean Harmonia MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 7
Golden Gate Bridge LB K Line Stevens Aug 8
Japan Ambrose Japan Hohenstein Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t H Line Stevens Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t MiisuiO S K Strachan Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t N Y K Southeastern Maritime Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t Y amashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc Aug 13
Ocean Harvest MitsuiO S K Aug 16
Ocean Prima MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 31
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine SouthernAug 8
Phil A Luna5M C P Southeastern Maritime Aug li
Via Transshipment RReefer Space
TTank Space PPassenger fFully Containerized LLash
20
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship
Steunuhip LinAgncy Arrival Dale
Yokohama JAPAN
Kashu Maru LB K Line Stevens Aug 1
Wei Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 6
Defiance t American Export Strachan Aug 7
Ocean Harmonia MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 7
Golden Gate Bridge LB K Line Stevens Aug 8
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Aug 8
Ho Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 10
Jing Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 12
Japan Ambrose L Japan Hohenstein Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t K Line Stevens Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t N Y K Southeastern Maritime Aug 13
Japan Ambrose t YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Ine Aug 13
Ocean Harvest MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 16
Export Bay American Export Strachan Aug 22
Kai Ming China Merchants Southern Aug 29
Ocean Prima MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 31
PERSIAN GULF
Assab ETHIOPIA
Le SalleWaterman Strachan Aug 10
Bahrein BAHREIN
Hellenic PioneerHellenic StevensAug 27
Bandar Shahpour
Arya Taj Arya Smith Kelly Aug 2
Le Salle Waterman Strachan Aug 10
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic StevensAug S7
Dubai
Arya Taj Arya Smith Kelly Aug S
Khorramshahr IRAN
Arya Taj Arya Smith Kelly Aug 2
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic StevensAug 27
Kuwait KUWAIT
Arya Taj Arya Smith Kelly Aug 2
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Aug 27
Massawa ETHIOPIA
Le Salle Waterman StrachanAug 10
Pt Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic IdealHellenic Stevens Aug 19
Hellenic Wave Hellenic Stevens Aug 20
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Aqaba JORDAN
Le Salle Waterman Strachan Aug 10
Hellenic Ideal Hellenic Stevens Aug 19
Hellenic Wave Hellenic Stevens Aug 26

Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Le Salle Waterman Strachan Aug 10
Hellenic Ideal Hellenic Stevens 19
Hellenic Wave Hellenic Stevens Aug 26

Dubai TRUCIAL OMAN
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Aug 27
ShipSteamship tine Agency Arrival Dale
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Ideal Hellenic Stevens Aug 19
Hellenic Wave Hellenic Stevens Aug 26

Khorramshahr IRAN
Le Salle Waterman Strachan Aug 10
1 SCAN DI N A V 1 A BALT IC
Aarhus DENMARK
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Copenhagen DENMARK
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning tj American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Slag Hound t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Gdynia POLAND
Mieszko I Polish Ocean Harrington Co Aug 17
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United Slates Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Helsingborg SWEDEN
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Malmo SWEDEN
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound jt American Export Strachan Aug 25
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Odense DENMARK
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound t American Export Strachan Aug 25
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
Stockholm SWEDEN
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound t American Export vvLr Strachan Aug 25
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 31
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA 2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151 BRUNSWICK GEORGIA JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA State Docks Building 3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone 2657588 Phone Elgin 57671
SOUTHEF N SHIPPI NG COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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Agency Arrivai Date
Ship
Agency Arrival Date Ship
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Belem BRAZIL
Cyril1 Figueirdo Harrington CoAug 7
Sao LeopoldoL Figueirdo Harrington CoAug 24
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Naviero Argentine Strachan Aug 3
Fletero Argentine Strachan Aug 9
MormacvegaMooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 12
Rio DulceArgentine Strachan Aug 20
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern Aug 21
Mormacargo MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 25
La Guaira VENEZUELA
ArisiotelesRoyal Netherlands Strachan Aug 10
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan Smith KellyAug 13
Ciudad de Barquisimeto Venezuelan Smith Kelly Aug 27
Matanzas VENEZUELA
ArisiotelesRoyal Netherlands Strachan Aug 10
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan Smith KellyAug 13
Ciudad de Barquisimeto Venezuelan Smith Kelly Aug 27
Paramaribo SURINAM
AristotelesRoyal Netherlands StrachanAug 10
Macapa BRAZIL
Cyril 1 Figueirdo Harrington CoAug 7
Sao LeopoldoL Figueirdo Harrington Co Aug 24
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
ArisiotelesRoyal Netherlands StrachanAug 10
Ciudad de Cumana Venezuelan Smith Kelly Aug 13
Ciudad de Barquisimeto Venezuelan Smith Kelly Aug 27
Manaus BRAZIL
Cyril Sao Leopoldo L Figueirdo L Figueirdo Harringion Co Harrington Co Aug Aug 7 24
Montevideo URUGUAY
Mormacvega MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 12
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern 21
Mormacargo MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 25
Paranagua BRAZIL
Pedro Teixeira Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Aug 6
Mormacvega MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 12
Mormacargo MooreMcCormack Strachan U9 25

Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
liapuca Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts S S Agy Aug 5
Pedro Teixeira Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Aug 6
Mormacvega MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 12
Hamburger Wall Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts S S Agy Aug 15
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern 21
Iiaiinga Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts S S Agy Aug 25
Mormacargo MooreMcCormack Strachan 25

Salvador BRAZIL
liapuca Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts S S Agy Aug 5
Mormacvega MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 12
Santarem BRAZIL
Cyril L Figueirdo Harringion Co Aug 7
Sao Leopoldo L Figueirdo Harrington Co Aug 24
Santos BRAZIL
liapuca Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts S S Agy Aug 5
Pedro Teixeira Neiumar Southeastern Maritime Aug 6
Mormacvega MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 12
Hamburger Wall Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts S S Agy Aug 15
Sao Paulo Ivaran Southern Aug 21
Iiaiinga Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts S S Agy Aug 25
Mormacargo MooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 25
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
AristotelesRoyal Netherlands Strachan Aug 10
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA Aristoteles Royal Netherlands Strachan Aug 10
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
State of Punjab S C I Smith Sc Kelly Aug 3
Le Salle Waterman Strachan
Vishva Tirih S C I Smith Kelly Aug 23
Exford American Export Strachan Aug 27

Calcutta INDIA
Stale of Punjab S C I Smith Sc Kelly Aug 3
Vishva Tirih S C I Smith Sc Kelly Aug 23
Exford American Export Strachan Aug 27
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Aug 27
Djakarta INDONESIA
Protesilaus Blue Sea Strachan Aug 27
Karachi PAKISTAN
Le Salle Waterman Strachan Aug 10
Exford American Export Strachan Aug 27
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Aug 27

Madras INDIA
State of Punjab S C I Smith Sc Kelly Aug 3
Le Salle Waterman Strachan Aug 40
Vishva Tirih S C I Smith Sc Kelly Aug 23
Exford American Export Strachan Aug 27
Penang MALAYSIA
Protesilaus Blue Sea Strachan Aug 27
Port Kelang SINGAPORE
Protesilaus Blue Sea Strachan Aug 27
Singapore SINGAPORE
Protesilaus Blue Sea Strachan Aug 27
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STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31408
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265
AGENTS FOR
ATLANTA GEORGIA 30329
2250 N Druid Hills Rd NE 4046332485
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201
SERVING
Canaveral Florida Fernandina Florida Jacksonville Florida Brunswick Georgia Savannah Georgia
Port Royal South Carolina Charleston South Carolina Georgetown South Carolina Wilmington North Carolina Morehead City North Carolina
Alcoa Steamship Co
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
Sidarma Line
Transatlantic Shipping Agency Inc Wallenius Line
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Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
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Dublin IRELAND
Export Patriot American Export Strachan Aug 3
Am Leader RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 9
Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
Am Legend RTt United States Hohenstein Aug 21
Stag Hound American Export Strachan Aug 25
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Lightning t American Export Strachan Aug 17
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HohensteinAug 21
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HohensteinAug 9
SlrachanAug 17
HohensteinAug 21
SlrachanAug 25
SlrachanAug 31
London ENGLAND
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Slrachan
Acadia Forest LRegent J R Shipping
Am Leader RTtUnited States Hohenstein
Lightning tAmerican Export Slrachan
Arctic Troll Open Bulk Carriers Slrachan
Bilderdyk V 14 LCombi Southeastern Maritime
Am Legend RTtUnited States Hohenstein
Atlantic Forest LRegent J R Shipping
Stag Hound American Export Slrachan
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Slrachan
Aug 3 Aug 6 Aug 9 Aug 17 Aug 18 Aug 18 Aug 21 Aug 24 Aug 25 Aug 31
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Acadia Forest LRegent i J R Shipping Aug 6
Bilderdyk V 14 LCombi Southeastern MaritimeAug 18
Atlantic Forest L Regent J R Shipping Aug 24
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SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 1805 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
JULYAUGUST 1973
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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
Atlanta Ga404 4712899
J R SHIPPING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah Ga912 2347267
OCEANIC SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2363430
ROBERTS STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC
Savannah Georgia 912 2342571
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 Ga912 2342621
Atlanta Ga404 4712899
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTH ATLANTIC TERMINALS INC
Savannah 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 Ga912 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2346671
Brunswick Ga912 2654919
Atlanta Ga 404 8732543
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga912 2339343
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
HARPER ROBINSON CO
Savannah Ga912 2344451
J K EBBERWEIN
Savannah Ga912 2326184
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
FREDERICK RICHARDS OF GEORGIA INC
Savannah Georgia 912 2324195
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2360206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 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 Ga 404 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
FREDERICK RICHARDS OF GEORGIA INC
Savannah Georgia 912 2324195
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 T
Paulsboro N J609 4234500
BARGE SERVICE f
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 Ga 912 9646972
ATLANTIC TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9641703
BENTON TRANSPORT CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 9646972
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION INC
Savannah Ga912 9646835
BROWN TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
BUILDERS TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 9644347 i
Brunswick Ga912 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 i
COASTAL TRANSPORT TRADING CO INC
Savannah Ga912 2345183
COWART TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2345618 t
CRESCENT MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2345618
DURRENCE TRANSFER COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2322105 i
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO
Savannah Ga912 9646954
FIVE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646052 j
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
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DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 9646911
V 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
V Savannah Ga912 2323063
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS Savannah Ga912 9645581
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
Savannah Ga912 9640262
I OLD DOMINION FREIGHT LINE
Savannah Ga912 2360337
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY Savannah Ga912 9646415
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2348823
PLOOF TRANSFER COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640245
Brunswick Ga912 2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646931
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga912 2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES Savannah Ga912 9646484
SOUTHERN INTERMODAL LOGISTICS INC
Savannah Ga 912 9640614
TERMINAL TRANSPORT COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 2320161
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9641411
WATKINS CAROLINA EXPRESS
Savannah Ga912 9645128
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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 CO912 2339203
BRUNSWICK
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO912 2652966
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO912 2655310
CONTAINER LEASING FIRMS
PORT OF SAVANNAH
COMPASS 912 2333338
CONTAINER TRANSPORT
INTERNATIONAL Inc912 2341383
INTEGRATED CONTAINER SERVICE 912 2333338
INTERPOOL Inc912 2366351
NIC 912 2366451
SEA CONTAINER 912 2366351
TOFC 912 2366351
UNIFLEX 912 2366351
XTRA 912 2333338
SOUTHERN INTERMODAL LOGISTICS Inc Savannah
Georgia 912 9640614
CHASSIS LEASING FIRMS
PORT OF SAVANNAH
CONTAINER TRANSPORT
INTERNATIONAL Inc912 2341383
INTEGRATED CONTAINER SERVICE 912 2333338
INTERPOOL Inc912 2366351
NIC 912 2366351
REALCO 912 2333338
SEA CONTAINER 912 2366351
TOFC 912 2366351
UNIFLEX 912 2366351
XTRA 912 2333338
TOWING COMPANIES
ATLANTIC TOWING CO
Savannah Ga912 2328103
COASTAL TOWING CO
Brunswick Ga912 2657519
PILOT ASSOCIATIONS
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 Ga 912 2334111
SAVANNAH BANK TRUST CO
Savannah Ga912 2343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOM 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 SimonExt 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 Service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNITED STATES COAST GUARD PORT OF SAVANNAH
200 EAST BRYAN STREET Telephone 912 2324321
CAPTAIN OF THE PORT Ext 353
MARINE INSPECTION Ext 348
DOCUMENTATION OFFICE Ext 347
SEARCH AND RESCUE 912 2320705
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
BRAZIL Jack M Say 1er 912 2342266
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Jack M Sayler 912 2342266
FRANCE Edwin J Middleton 912 8971969
GERMANY Frank K Peeples 912 2348265
ITALY Joseph M Cafiero 912 3550586
NETHERLANDS John B Hohenstein 912 2342621
NORWAY Peter Norboge 912 2346671
SWEDEN Peter Norboge 912 2346671
VENEZUELA Sr Jorge Manrique 912 2341005
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With increasing emphasis on overseas trade U S shippers are discovering that the Port of Savannah offers competitive freight rates from inland very advantageous sailings to all parts of the world plus an array of port services and facilities to speed your shipment on its way
LASH Container Central bulk materials cold storage and general cargo space and facilities at Savannah set the pace on the South Atlantic
Make Savannah your port and reap the benefits for imports or exports
qEORqA PORTS AUl4iORTy
Savannah Brunswick Augusta Bainbridge and Columbus
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NOVDEC 1973 VOLUME 13 NUMBER 4 JIM BISSON Editor
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient ot Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALSBRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALSAUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
United States Lines 2
Mitsui OSK Lines 4
GBIA Port Tour 6
Japanese Trade Mission 9
USSR Trade Mission 10
Georgia Foreign Trade 12
National Freight Forwarders 14
Port News 16
Sailing Schedule 18
Port Directory 24
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
James C Barbre Dalton Vice Chairman
Richard M Scarlett Brunswick
Don A Grantham Augusta
Lee R Grogan Columbus
Earl Nichols Bainbridge
P E Clifton Sr Savannah
W D Trippe Cedartown SecretaryTreasurer
George H Chamlee Savannah Attorney
In addition to their full container service to Europe via Savannah United States Lines now offers weekly containerliner service to the Far East via the Georgia Ports Authoritys Container Central See page two of this issue for full details
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
William J Epperson Atlanta Southern Regional Manager
Vincent J Gerard New York Eastern Regional Manager
Don K Brideson Chicago Western Regional Manager
Horst F Winter 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 publication Georgia Ports Authority PO Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9129641721 Advertising rates furnished on request
J D Holt
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A visit to such Russian cities as Leningrad Moscow and Odessa varies very little from that of visiting many of the major cities of the western world
The people are reserved but friendly the food although different in style of preparation is good and the hotels in the major cities are quite comfortable Certainly the Hotel Roosia in Moscow with its
5000 rooms and its 19 well appointed dining rooms may well be the worlds largest
The most impressionable aspect as related to visiting the Soviet Union however is the eagerness of the Russian bureauchiefs to enter into
trading relationship with the United States On all occasions the officials with whom we met were warm and hospitable in their business approach with an intimate knowledge of Russian produced commodities likely to sell within the United States as well as possessing an amazing awareness of points of origin for items which they hope to import from America
It would seem most apparent that the detente currently existing between the United States and the Soviet Union can be substantially strengthened by increased and expanded trade between our two countries
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UL S Lines Adds Weekly Container Liner Service lo The Far East Via Savannah
United States Lines has begun weekly containerliner sailings from the Far East to the port of Savannah Georgia to accommodate increasing traffic from that region to the Southeastern United States
We plan to meet these accelerating demands and better serve the needs of importers and shippers in those areas added James P Rafter Vice PresidentMarketing for the Containership Company
He said service began on December 6th with the sailing of the S S American Aquarius from Hong Kong arriving in Savannah on December 30th
4 Mr Rafter explained the introduction of this call would also expedite the direct shipments of Far East
cargo to Europe as the company already operates an express South Atlantic service from Savannah to Europe
United States Lines operates a fullycontainerized TriContinent service between the Far East Guam the United States and Europe utilizing a fleet of 16 modern containerships
Mr Rafter said the company plans to open its own office in Savannah to supplement its new expansion plans there The new service will emanate from the companys principal Far East ports Hong Kong as well as Kobe and Yokohama in Japan which also handle shipments from Keelung Manila Kaohsiung Singapore and Pusan
Mitsui O S K Lines Begins Savannah Service
With the arrival of the New Jersey Maru on September 8 1973 Mitsui
OSK Lines became the third steamship company in a five company space charter partnership to the Georgia Ports Authoritys Container Central
Ten days short of one year prior to the arrival of the New Jersey Maru the first line in the space charter YamashitaShinnion Steamship Co Ltd began Savannah service on September 18 1972 This was followed by the green funnels of Japan Line who began their Savannah service October 9 1972
Now Container Central can boast of three out of five of the Japanese lines No other port on the South Atlantic can make that statement
Mitsui OSK Line set course in 1964 following the merger of two old established Japanese companies Mitsui Steamship and Osaka Shosen Kaisha
By the end of March 1972 Mitsui OSK owned 161 vessels totaling 5561005 deadweight tons Its charter and consignment fleet brings the figures up to 304 ships of approximately 9160798 deadweight tons
On her maiden voyage to Savannah
the New Jersey Maru claimed the record as the largest ship to enter the Port of Savannah Weighing in at around 40000 gross tons the ship is 863 feet long with a beam of 105 feet The vessel carries 1183 containers in 20 foot units This record v was equalled by the New Jerseys sister ship the New York Maru which is now on the Savannah run While in Savannah Captain H Matsushita of the New Jersey Maru stated though Savannah was our y last stop in the United States we loaded more cargo here than in New York Boston or Philadelphia
The largest ship ever to enter the Savannah harbor the New Jersey Maru is pictured on the right on her maiden voyage to the Port City The New York Maru above equals the new record of her sister ship on her maiden voyage to Savannah
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Former Navy man Governor Jimmy Carter takes the helm of the good ship Waving Girl and gives GBIA members a firsthand look at the Savannah harbor However not to confuse statesmanship with seamanship you will observe by the photo that the Governor takes command under the careful scrutiny of the master of the vessel Captain Samuel Stevens
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I am particularly glad to come down here and pay tribute to a fine group of men who has served so well in such a quiet unassuming unrecognized way but the reputation of Georgia s ports is tremendous everywhere Ive been around the world It s least known here among the people those of us assembled in this room who have benefited most from it
Governor Jimmy Carter
GBIA Members lour Port Facilities
Approximately 175 Georgia business and industry leaders converged on the Port of Savannah October 3rd for a oneday inspection and orientation of the state operated port facilities
The participants all members of the Georgia Business and Industry Association a fiftyeight year old statewide employers organization were guided through the mammoth deepwater terminals by the Honorable Jimmy Carter Governor of the State of Georgia Robert H Tharpe Sr Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority J D Holt G PA Executive Director and Gene Dyson GBIA President
Acting as Savannah host for the tour were Savannah Mayor John Rousakis Tom Coleman Chairman of the Chatham County Commissioners and George Patterson Chairman of the Savannah Port Authority
Emphasizing the importance of Georgias future in international trade Governor Carter told the group
One of the major goals that I set for myself when I came in as Governor was to increase Georgias preoccupation and concern ties and communications and trade with foreign countries The great channel or reservoir of potential and natural business which extends from here to
the Midwest has long been a subject for us all to consider I think that you have seen the Georgia Ports Authority through its opening of an office in Bonn and Tokyo has been far ahead of the rest of us in guessing what Georgia could do to strengthen our ties with outside forces which can make or break us economically and culturally in the future
Its an inspirational thing for me to be able to travel around the world as the Governor of Georgia to try and see what different kinds of people have in common with us Last year I made a very rapid and very concentrated trip to South and Central America making thirty speeches and live television and other interviews There was a receptivity and openhearted friendship among these nations that was overwhelming This year we went again to Europe and the Middle East to try to tell them about our state and everywhere we went we found fine appreciation of what the Georgia Ports Authority had already done before we got there
There is not a business in the state including my own small business in Plains nor yours which cannot greatly expand its potential by a preoccupation or understanding of foreign trade and commerce Quite
often the barrier that surrounds a small businessman or even a large businessman of inadequate appreciation of potential opportunity is the biggest single barrier to dynamic expansion We have a timidity about us that is brought about by our parochial attitude that ought to be changed The export business is there its available to us and for us to have the outstanding and foremost present and progressive and future port facility between Norfolk and Mobile is an extraordinary achievement The Japanese are our friends the Brazilians the Germans the English and many others are our friends They are hungry for an opportunity to trade with us
In conclusion Governor Carter urged all members of Georgias business and industrial community to lend their support to Georgias international trade potential The success of Georgias efforts he said in international trade in international politics in international culture and in international tourism is dependent to a major degree on the attitude that you take in realizing the potential that exists here to help your business and Georgia will progress to the extent that you are eager to help yourselves
GBIA Members Tour Port
continued from page 7
After a full day of port orientation the group boards charter aircraft homeward bound to points throughout the state Each member of the tour has been appointed as an official Port Ambassador for the port by GPA Chairman Robert Tharpe
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Governor Jimmy Carter and Robert Tharpe right Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority greet GPA member Lee Grogan of Columbus as he arrives with a plane load of other Georgia businessmen for the oneday port tour
A packed house of Georgia Business and Industry leaders were on hand at the luncheon for a presentation on Georgias future in international trade by Governor Carter and Port Authority personnel
On his arrival at Savannah Governor Carter is welcomed by Mark Ikeda Assistant Traffic Manager C Itoh Company Inc Savannah Performing the introduction is GPA Director of Operations James I Newsome Jr pictured on the left
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Mission Members
Inhiro Moritani President Moritani Co Ltd
Tokyo
Katsumi Itoh Department Manager Sumitomo Shoji America Inc Tokyo
Shoji Matsumoto
Assistant Manager New York Agency The Fuji Bank Ltd
Toyko
Keizo Nishimoto Manager Marubeni America Corporation Atlanta
Rikio Kobayashi Vice President
Nissholwai America Corporation Toyko
Ken Suzuki General Manager
Mitsubishi International Corporation Atlanta
Dai Yoshida Vice President Moritani America Inc
Tokyo
Lew Shimazuya Deputy Manager General Affairs Department Showa Denko KK
Tokyo
Akio Tabata Account Executive International Public Relations Co Ltd
Tokyo
Masas Ikeda
Assistant Traffic Manager C Itoh Company Inc Savannah
Japan Buying
and Investment Mission
Ten members of a Japanese buying and investment mission recently spent two days in Savannah touring th port and local industries
The principal aim of the mission according to the groups leader Ichiro Moritani President of Moritani Co Ltd Tokyo was to seek out possibilities and suitable environments for investment by Japanese firms in a six southern state area and also to look for goods marketable in Japan
The initial invitation to Georgia was extended by former United
States Senator David Gambrel I who accompanied the group on their Georgia visit
Upon arriving in Savannah the group was given a reception and dinner which included an orientation slide show narrated in Japanese by Naoki Inagaki Savannah Operations Manager for Noritake Company Inc
The mission was sponsored by the JapanSouthern U S Association and Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry
The entire mission group with their Savannah host take time from their whirlwind tour of Savannah to pose for the cameraman dockside at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Container Central
Mission leader Ichiro Moritani right and former U S Senator David Gambrel I left led the group up the gangplank of the N S Savannah for a tour of the worlds first nuclear powered vessel
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Trade Mission To The Soviet Union
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Pictured on the facing page is St Basils Church located in Red Square Moscow The photo on the right shows GPA officials with representatives of The Inf lot and Black Sea Line Steamship Companies Above left to right Fred Whelan Director of Trade DevelopmentGPA H I Greku Vice President Black Sea Line Steamship Co J D Holt Executive Director GPA and Robert H Tharpe Sr ChairmanGPA

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Robert H Tharpe Sr Chairman J D Holt Executive Director and Fred Whelan Director of Trade Development for the Georgia Ports Authority recently met with executives of Baltic Shipping Company in Leningrad and Black Sea Line in Odessa Appointments were established through the Chief of Foreign Relations Division Ministry of Maritime Fleet in Moscow
In addition to steamship line appointments the Georgia group met with officials of Sovinflot in Moscow in an attempt to set up potential twoway movements in cargoes that will attract the new steamship services The Moscow agency controls import and export trade development programs and steamship planning programs They also had appointments in Moscow with Machinoexport Autopromimport and Machinoimport
If details can be ironed out such new developments will provide new
cargoes and new steamship services for Georgias ports which would further expand Georgias access to new world markets They received encouraging indications that a Russian steamship service could be coming to Savannah
The unprecedented successes with new containership services at the Port of Savannah including two American and three Japanese flag lines far exceeds progress at nearby competitive ports These are good indications the services and facilities at Georgias ports will be of attraction to the Soviet Union
There is available traffic now for the Russian steamship lines but Whelan said the Russians are looking forward to a favorable Trade Bill with the USA They are interested in selling their products in the USA and it is unquestionable that they want to buy many things from us
NOVEMBER DECEMBER 1973
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Leonard M Shane President National Custom Brokers and Forwarders Association of America addresses the Eighth Annual Conference Pictured at the head table with Mr Shane are Charles R Bunbury President of the Savannah Maritime Association and Mrs Bunbury
The 8th Annual Georgia Foreign t Trade Conference held October 3 4 and 5 1973 at the DeSoto Hilton Hotel in Savannah was attended by y 376 people and the consensus of opinions was that it was not only the biggest but the best yet
James W Mclntire Director of the Savannah District Office U S Department of Commerce opened the Conference after which there was a panel discussion moderated by Joel B New Director Office of Field Operations U S Department of Commerce Other panel members included B P OHare Jr Atlantic Interline Manager K LineKerr Cor 1 poration John Hudson Vice President CTIContainer Transport International Inc Peter Osterchrist President ITC Enterprises Sydney Shley Manager Marine Development Insurance Company of North America Martin Squires Vice President Hollinghurst International Inc Captain Guenther Thomsen Special Representative for South Atlantic Combi Line R A Wharton General Manager Intermodal Southern Rail way System and Charles E Crowder Executive Vice President Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Panel Mod X j erator New praised the trend toward standardization of shipping units and noted that Conferences such as the one in Savannah are a very good indication of cooperation They show we are working at the problems
In his talk at the luncheon Hon Tilton H Dobbin Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Domestic and In j ternational Business made a strong plea for citizens support of President Nixons Trade Reform Act He v
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Tilton H Dobbin Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Domestic and International Business addresses a session of the conference Others shown at the head table left to right are Joel B New DirectorOffice of Field Operations US Department of Commerce
W L Hopkins Acting REEL Chairman and James W Mclntire Director of the Savannah District Office U S Department of Commerce
praised the Port of Savannah as one of the major ports and cited exports here totaling some 700 million annually which means employment for Georgia workers since each 1 billion in exports creates 72000 jobs
The Conferees enjoyed a tour of the harbor aboard the Waving Girl after lunch after which the group heard an excellent talk by Leonard M Shane president of the National Custom Brokers and Forwarders Association of America Inc World Trade cooperation is the key to the future economic success of the United States now that the dollar has been devalued according to Mr Shane guest speaker at the dinner attended by several hundred delegates
We spent too much and our credit
ran out As long as we had the power of saying what our money was worth we were okay explained Mr Shane Our future lies in world cooperation and our freedom is the real source of all our wealth and strength
At the breakfast meeting at which J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority presided he opened the session with a discussion on Patterns for Progress Richard A Melville president of the Allied Bank International discussed the U S Balance of Payments and the deputy regional director of the Small Business Administration John D Sewell talked on the impact of his agency in its 20 years Topping off the Conference was the delightful informal gathering hosted by Mr and Mrs John S James at their lovely home on the Vernon River
Smith Kelly Company
Serving Since 1870 Ship Agents Stevedores Freight Forwarders
Ocean Terminal Building PO Box 1805 Phone 2323151 Savannah Georgia 31402
NOVEMBER DECEMBER 1973
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National Foreign Trade Convention
November 12 1973 was the date of the annual reception sponsored by the Georgia Ports Authority and the Savannah Maritime Association held in conjunction with the National Foreign Trade Convention
Hundreds of friends of the ports of Georgia dropped by the Belmont Hotel in New York City to renew long standing friendship A good time was had by all as evidenced by the accompanying photographs
Left to Right Motomi Jimbo Traffic Manager C Itoh Company America Inc J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority Mark Ikeda Asst Traffic Manager C Itoh Company America Inc
Left to Right Cliff Taylor Southwire Corporation Bill Epperson Southern Regional Manager GPA Atlanta J E Baty Asst Director Export Import Department Southwire Corp
Left to Right M Fred Whelan Director of Trade Development GPA Atlanta Bob Rothstein Canada Packers Inc Rob Gruber Canada Packers Inc
Don K Brideson Western Regional Manager Chicago GPA
Left to right Mrs Kay L Page Export Traffic Manager RC Cola Company Columbus Ga A N Manucy Jr President Charleston Overseas Freight Forwarders Inc
Left to Right Captain Kazuyoshi Azuma Marine Superintendent Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations GPA Savannah
Left to Right L L Dan Kelly Jr Vice Pres Hohenstein Shipping Company Eugene Kleinhanz ManagerSavh U S Lines Inc John B Hohenstein Jr President Hohenstein Shipping Company Gerald J McDonald Vice President
Japan New York Services Inc
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Left to Right M Kami jo Executive Vice I f Pres K Lines James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations GPA Savannah Yoshio Kojima Y S Lines
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Left to Right Eugene Kleinhanz Manager Savannah U S Lines Inc James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations
GPA Savannah
Left to Right Jan Kendrick Sales Rep Southeastern Maritime Corp Al Manucy Jr President Charleston Overseas Forwarders Inc
Left to Right Harold McCarthy SEMCO Jacksonville Joe Cafiero SEMCO Savannah Joseph K Ebberwein Owner
J K Ebberwein Co Foreign Freight Forwarder
Left to Right Frank J Li pari Jr Vice President Torm Lines Vincent J Gerard Eastern Regional Manager GPA
New York
Left to Right Thomas P Mann Vice President Hohenstein Shipping Company William B Griffin Jr Vice Pres International Dept C S Nat Bank
Mrs William B Griffin Jr H H Graebner Export Traffic Mgr J M Huber Corp Frank Atherton Dir of Traffic J M
Huber Corp
Sonthern
Shipping
Company
Ship Agents Stevedores Foreign
Freight Forwarders
Charleston South Carolina 2 Adgers Wharf Phone 7228481
Savannah Georgia Ocean Terminal Building Phone 2323151
Brunswick Georgia State Docks Building Phone 2657588
Jacksonville Florida 3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone 3554751
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MIAMI FLORIDA
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MOBILE ALABAMA
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U S Lines Names E R Kroh
Edward R Kroh has been named Owners Representative for United States Lines for the port of Savannah it was announced by James P Rafter VicepresidentEastern Division of the Containership Company
Mr Rafter added that sales activities would continue under the direction of B Richard Field United States Lines Account Manager for Savannah
Most recently Mr Kroh had served as Manager of Container Operations for the company in Baltimore He joined United States Lines in 1958 and was appointed Marine Superintendent in Baltimore five years later
He was educated at Baltimore Schools and studied Transportation and Traffic Management at the University of Baltimore where he was also an AllAmerican lacrosse player
Mr Rafter said the company was increasing its personal customer services in Savannah because of accelerated traffic through that port to and from the southern states
Hohenstein Shipping Co at 124 West Bay St is the agent for United States Lines in the port
Hohenstein Promotions Announced
Promotion of five officials of Hohenstein Shipping Company has been announced by John B Hohen
stein Jr President of the Company
Those promoted and their new
positions include
Thomas P Hann VicePresidentOperations Miss Frances E Hohenstein Assistant VicePresident v Operations Ben E Mercer Assistant VicePresidentTraffic John B Hohenstein III Assistant Vice
PresidentManagement L L Dan Kelly Atlanta VicePresidentCustomer Services J
Hann a native of Maryland and an Air Force veteran of the Korean War has been with Hohenstein since 1962 Prior to that time he was with the Ludlow Corporation here Hann majored in traffic and transportation f at Armstrong College
Miss Hohenstein has been associated with the shipping firm since its establishment by her brother in 1957 She is a graduate of St Vincents Academy
Mercer joined the company about six years ago following his graduation from Savannah Country Day School
John B Hohenstein III a graduate of Benedictine Military School and an alumnus of the University of Georgia has been associated with his father in the shipping field for the past four years
Kelly head of Hohensteins Atlanta office is a past president of Savannah Jaycees and continues ac 1 tive in Jaycees programs in the Georgia capital A native of Pennsylvania Kelly served in the Army at Fort Stewart and relocated at Savannah upon his release from the service He became associated with Hohenstein Shipping Company in 1962 after working for two other Savannah steamship agencies
Hohenstein Shipping Company is widely known in the international shipping field serving as steamship agents and stevedores for such leading steamship companies as United States Lines Japan Line Hansa Line Sovereign Marine Lines Sea Express and Maritime Fruit Carriers Hohenstein is also sales agent in the Southeast for Lykes Brothers Steamship Company It also represents Georgia Steamship Corporation
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
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General C N LeTellier I New South Atlantic Division Engineer
Brigadier General Carroll N Le Tellier has assumed command of the South Atlantic Division of the U S Army Corps of Engineers in Atlanta j 4 He succeeds Major General Daniel A Raymond who has moved to Washington as the Deputy Chief of Engineers
As the South Atlantic Division Engineer General LeTellier will direct Army Corps of Engineers planning engineering design and construction for both Civil Works and Military Construction projects in the
Southeastern United States Panama Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
General LeTellier comes to his new assignment in Atlanta from Europe where he was Commanding General U S Army Engineer 1 Command
A native of Charleston South Carolina he attended THE CITADEL from which he graduated in 1949 He received his masters degree in civil engineering from Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology and is a registered professional engineer of the State of Mississippi
General LeTellier has served as District Engineer St Louis Missouri Commanding Officer 45th Engineer 4 Group in Vietnam Engineer XXIV Corps in Vietnam Deputy for Troop Operations and later Director of Conk struction U S Army Engineer Command Europe with the U S Army Combat Development Command the Research and Development Field
Unit Office of the Secretary of Defense with station at Saigon member of the staff and faculty of the Command and General Staff College and on the engineering staff of the Waterways Experiment Station at Vicksburg
He has been awarded the Legion of Merit four times the Bronze Star Medal with V Device five times five Air Medals and the Army Commendation Medal He is married to the former Frances Melsheimer of Vicksburg Mississippi and they have three children
Our Tenth AnniversaryDates For Nabisco Inc
Traditionally certain happenings around this time of year trigger your emotions and turn on your Christmas Spirit It might be snow for a white Christmas or the last minute rush of shopping but here at Georgia Ports the annual arrival of dates from Iraq and Iran for Nabisco Inc is the time tipoff that Ole St Nicholas will soon be here And its also a time to renew old friendships with the folks from Nabisco in this case G T Robson Traffic Manager right and Vincent Scorese Quality Assurance Chemist from Nabiscos Research Center This years shipment arrived on the MVTurkistan and consisted of
15500000 pounds or 300000 cases of dates Merry Christmas
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504 EAST RIVER STREET P O Box 1365 SAVANNAH GEORGIA Phone 2328103
Night Phone 2328105
Cable Address ATCO
NOVEMBER DECEMBER 1973
Two Soviet oceanographic research vessels recently paid a call on the Port of Savannah In a press interview the Captain of the two vessels Captain Georges Bochkovsky stated that This is the first visit by Soviet naval vessels in the United States since World War II The officers and crewmen according to Captain Bochkovsky were very much impressed with Savannahs parks squares and the preservation of the old buildings in the downtown area A tour of the modern State Port facilities was a highlight of the agenda for the visiting Russians Pictured left second from right is B B Backston GPA Coordinator of Operations with a group of the visiting Soviet seamen
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Robert H Tharpe Sr Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority fourth from left presents Georgias Governor Jimmy Carter a copy of the Authoritys World Atlas proclaiming Governor Carter as the States number one Port Ambassador Copies of the Authoritys official Port Ambassador Atlas were presented to all members of the Georgia Business and Industry Association who attended a oneday tour of State Port facilities at Savannah see story page six this issue
Others pictured at the ceremony are left to right George Nichols ComptrollerGPA Jim Parkman Vice PresidentGBIA
Bill Canning Plant ManagerGeneral Motors Assembly Division and GBIA Board Member Tharpe Governor Carter Gene Dyson PresidentGBIA P E Clifton MemberGPA Jim Barbre Vice ChairmanGPA Don Grantham MemberGPA and J D Holt
Executive DirectorGPA
fiFORRIA ANCHORAGE
Compiled by Savannah Port Authority
DECEMBER 15 1973
p o box 128 Savannah Ga 31402
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EAST COAST AGENCIES 38 Bay Sheet P O Box 1294 31402 Tel 2321274 HARRINGTON COMPANY INC 38 East Bay Street P O Box 1294 31402 Tel 2321274 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 124 West Bay Street P O Box 2448 31402 Tel 2342421 ROBERTS STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC 2 Whitaker Street P O Box 8004 31402 Tel 2342571 SMITH KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTH ATLANTIC TERMINALS INC 222 E Bay Street 31401 Tel 2334527
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2088 31402 Tel 2348245 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING 8c TERMINAL CO 24 East Bay Street P O Box 1448 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 9447 31402 Tel 2344471 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street P O Box 9833 31402 Tel 2322129 TEXAS TRANSPORT 8c TERMINAL CO INC 2 Whitaker Building P O Box 8127 31402 Tel 2337921
Ship
Steamship Line Agency Arrival Date
AFRICA
SOUTH AFRICA Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques Beira Tamatave Walvis Bay Mombasa DaresSalaam
MormactradeMooreMcCormack Sirachan Dec 19
S A MorgenslerSouth African Marine Smith KellyDec 19
S A WeltevredenSouth African Marine Smith KellyDec 24
Austral PilotFarrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 27
MormaccapeMooreMcCormack Strachan Jan 3
Ditte SkouSouth African Marine Smith Kelly Jan 8
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 14
Dakar WEST AFRICA
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 14
Douala WEST AFRICA
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 14
Freetown WEST AFRICA
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 14
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 14
St Lucia
Alban Booth Steamship East Coast AgenciesDec 18
St Vincent
AlbanBooth Steamship East Coast AgenciesDec 18
Trinidad
AlbanBooth Steamship East Coast AgenciesDec 18
CENTRAL AMERICA
Balboa CANAL ZONE
Rio SaldanaGrancolombiana Smith k KellyDec 19
Colon CANAL ZONE
Rio SaldanaGrancolombiana Smith k Kelly Dec 19
Cristobal CANAL ZONE
Rio Saldana Grancolombiana Smith k Kelly Dec 19
MEDITERRANEAN i
Alexandria EGYPT Thyra Torm Torm Southern Shipping Jan 3
Alicante SPAIN
Great Republic t American Export Strachan Dec 16
Young America American Export Strachan Jan 1
Joseph Lykes Lykes Bros Steamship Hohenstein Jan 7
Export Freedom American Export Strachan Jan 9
Ashdod ISRAEL
Great Republic American Export Strachan Dec 16
Young America American Export Strachan Jan 1
Eshkol Zim Southern Shipping Jan 9
Export Freedom American Export Strachan Jan 9
Barcelona SPAIN
Great Republic t American Export Strachan Dec 16
Young America American Export Strachan Jan 1
Thyra Torm Torm Southern Shipping Jan 3
Joseph Lykes Lykes Bros Steamship Hohenstein Jan 7
Export Freedom American Export Strachan Jan 9
Beirut LEBANON
Thyra Torm Torm Southern Shipping Jan 3
Joseph Lykes Lykes Bros Steamship Hohenstein Jan 7
Cadiz SPAIN
Great Republic American Export Strachan Dec 16
Young America American Export Sirachan Jan 1
Export Freedom American Export Strachan Jan 9
Casa Blanca MOROCCO
VisevicaJugolinija Smith k Kelly Dec 26
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 14
Takoradi WEST AFRICA
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 14
Genoa ITALY Great Republic t Young America t
Joseph Lykes
Export Freedom t
American Export Strachan Dec 16
American Export StrachanJan 1
lykes Bros Steamship Hohenstein Jan 7
American Export Strachan Jan 9
Tema WEST AFRICA
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 14
Haifa ISRAEL
Great Republic tAmerican Export Strachan Dec 16
Young America tAmerican Export StrachanJan 1
EshkoLZim Southern ShippingJan 9
THE CARIBBEAN
Antigua
AlbanBooth Steamship East Coast AgenciesDec 18
Barbados
AlbanBooth Steamship East Coast Agencies Dec 18
Martinique
Alban Booth Steamship East Coast AgenciesDec 18
Istanbul TURKEY
Joseph Lykeslykes Bros Steamship Hohenstein Jan 7
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
Thyra TonaTorm Southern ShippingJan 3
Leghorn ITALY
Great Republic t American Export
Young America tAmerican Export
Export Freedom tAmerican Export
StrachanDec 16
StrachanJan 1
StrachanJan 9
Via Transshipment RReefer Space TTank Space PPassenger fFully Containerised LLash LBLandbridge
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Ship Steamship Line Agenoy Arrival Date
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Am Alliance RTtUnited Slates
Am Legacy RTUnited States
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States
Thyra TonaTorrn j
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Am Alliance RTt United Stales
Am Legacy RTtUnited States
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States
Thyra TermTorm
Valencia SPAIN
Hohenstein Dec 15 Great Republic t I American Export Strachan Dec 16
Hohenstein Young America t American Export Strachan Jan 1
Export FrsAdam t American Export Strachan Jan 9
Southern Shipping Jan 3
Venice ITALY
Great Republic t American Export Strachan Dec 16
1 Hohenstein Dec 15 Visevica M Jugolinija Smith ft Kelly Dec 26
Hohenstein Dec 26 Young America t American Export Strachan Jan 1
Hohenstein Dec 30 Joseph Lykes Lykes Bros Steamship Hohenstein Jan 7
Southern Shipping Jan 3 Export Freedom t American Export Strachan Jan 9
Marseille FRANCE
Great Republic t Visevica Young America t Export Freedom jt American Export Jugolinija American Export American Export Strachan Smith ft Kelly Strachan Strachan Dec 16 Dec 26 Jan 1 Jan 9

MersinIskenderun Great Republic t Young America t Export Freedom t I TURKEY American Export American Export American Export Strachan Strachan Strachan Dec 16 Jan 1 Jan 9
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
Am Alliance RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 15
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan Dec 16
Am Legacy RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 26
Atlantic Forest L Regent J R Shipping Co Dec 26
Am Aquarius RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 30
Stag Hound t American Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Jan 9
Naples ITALY
Groat Republic tAmerican Export Strachan Dec 16
Young America tAmerican Export StrachanJan 1
Export Freedom t American Export StrachanJan 9
Piraeus GREECE
Great Republic t American Export Strachan Dec 16
Young America tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Freedom tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 9
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
VisevicaJugolinija Smith ft KellyDec 26
Savona ITALY
VifOTicaJugolinija Smith ft KellyDec 26
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Thyra TormTorm 4 Southern ShippingJan 3
Antwerp BELGIUM
Am Alliance RTtUnited States Hohenstein Dec 15
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan Dec 16
Troll ParkOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan Dec 20
Am Legacy RTtUnited States Hohenstein Dec 26
Atlantic Forest L Regent J R Shipping Co Dec 26
Bilderdyk L V 18Combi Southeastern Maritime Dec 27
Am Aquarius RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 30
Stag Hound t American Export StrachanJan 1
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 9
Arctic TrollOpen Bulk Carriers Strachan Jan 10
Bilbao SPAIN
Am Alliance RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 15
Lightning t American Export Strachan Dec 16
Am Legacy RTtUnited States Hohenstein Dec 26
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States Hohenstein Dec 30
Stag Hound tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 9
Trieste ITALY
Groat Republic t American Export Strachan Dec 16
Young America t American Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Freedom tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 9
Bordeaux FRANCE
Lightning t American Export Strachan Dec 16
Stag Hound tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Jan 9
YU Transshipment RReefer Space TTank Space PPassenger fFully Containerized LLash
MARINE TERMINALSINDUSTRIAL COMPLEXES
complete engineering services
STUDIES REPORTSDESIGN
LOCKWOOD GREENE ENGINEERS INC
SPARTANBURG S C 29301 ATLANTA 30309 100 Interstate 85 Peachtree 25th Building 8035822351 4048733262
NEW YORK 10017 Pan Am Building 2126870630
BOSTON 02116 316 Stuart St 6174821910
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Ship
Shtmihip Lint
Agency Arrival Dale
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Agency Arrival Dele
Bremen GERMANY
Am Alliance RTtUnited States
Lightning t
Troll Park
Am Legacy RTt
Atlantic Forest L
Bilderdyk L V 18 Am Aquarius RTt
Export Patriot t
Arctic Troll
Stag Hound t
Hohenstein Dec 15
American Export Strachan Dec 16
Open Bulk Carriers Strachan Dec 20
United States Hohenstein Dec 26
Regent J R Shipping Co Dec 26
Combi Southeastern MaritimeDec 27
United States Hohenstein Dec 30
American Export Strachan Jan 9
Open Bulk Carriers Strachan Jan 10
American Export Strachan Jan 1
Bremerhaven GERMANY
Am Alliance RTti
Lightning t
Am Legacy RTt
Atlantic Forest L
Bilderdyk L V 18 Am Aquarius RTt Stag Hound t
United States
American Export United States Regent Combi
United States
American Export
Export Patriot tAmerican Export
Hohenstein
Strachan
Hohenstein
J R Shipping Co
Southeastern Maritime
Hohenstein
Strachan
Strachan
Dec 15 Dec 16 Dec 26 Dec 26 Dec 27 Dec 30 Jan 1
Jan 9
Hamburg GERMANY
Am Alliance RTtUnited States
Lightning tAmerican Export
Troll Park Open Bulk Carriers
Am Legacy RTt United States
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States
Stag Hound tAmerican Export
Export Patriot tAmerican Export
Arctic TrollOpen Bulk Carriers
Le Havre FRANCE
Am Alliance RTt United States
Lightning t American Export
Am Legacy RTtUnited States
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States
Stag Hound tAmerican Export
Export Patriot t American Export
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Am Alliance RTtUnited States
Lightning t American Export
Troll ParkOpen Bulk Carriers
Am Legacy RTtUnited States
Atlantic Forest L Regent
Bilderdyk L V 18Combi
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States
Stag Hound tAmerican Export
Hohenstein Dec 15
Strachan Dec 16
Strachan Dec 20
HohensteinDec 26
Hohenstein Dec 30
Strachan Jan 1
StrachanJan 9
Strachan Jan 10
Hohenstein Dec 15
Strachan Dec 16
HohensteinDec 26
Hohenstein Dec 30
Strachan Jan 1
Strachan Jan 9
Hohenstein Dec 15
StrachanDec 16
StrachanDec 20
Hohenstein Dec 26
J R Shipping Co Dec 26
Southeastern Maritime Dec 27
Hohenstein Dec 30 u Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot t American Export
Arctic TrollOpen Bulk Carriers
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Pacific Ocean Atlanttrafik
StrachanJan 9
StrachanJan 10
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine Southern Shipping Dec 24
Phil Luna M C P Southeastern MaritimeDec 30
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres GarciajJLUnited Philippine Southern Shipping Dec 24
Phil Luna JBBt M C P Southeastern Maritime Dec 30
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Perseus
Phil Pres Garcia
Export Courier
Bay Bridge FCVLB
Phil Luna
Export Challenger Sudan
Blue Sea
United Philippine American Export
KM
M C P
American Export Blue Sea
Harb Bridge FCVLB K
Strachan
Southern Shipping
Strachan
Stevens
Southeastern Maritime
Strachan
Strachan Stevens
Dec 16 Dec 24 Dec 25 Dec 30 Dec 30 Dec 31 Jan 10 Jan 12
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pies Garcia United Philippine
Phil LunaMlM C P
Southern Shipping
Southeastern Maritime
Dec 24 Dec 30
Inchon KOREA
Export CourierAmerican Export
Export Challenger American Export
Strachan
Strachan
Dec 25 Dec 31
Via Transshipment RReafer Spa
TTank Space P Passenger fFully Containerized LLash LBLandbridge
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY WEEK to Aruba Curacao
La Guaira Trinidad Puerto Cabello
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Port au Prince
Kingston Georgetown Paramaribo
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Charleston
Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis
and Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore Norfolk RAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh LAVINO SHIPPING CO
Detroit Cleveland INTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES
SHIPPING CO
Hoyal iletherlands SteamshipCompany
ROYAL
Mille
25 Broadway New York NY 10004
ANDEitMir
SHIPPING COMPANY
2 Whitaker Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 9805 Phone 2339343

NOVEMBER DECEMBER 1973
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Arrival Dale
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Arrival Pate
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Chungking VictoryCulny
Export CourierAmerican Export
Ho MingChina Merchants
Export Challenger American Export
Wei Ming 5 China Merchants
StevensDec 18
Sirachan Dec 25
Southern Shipping Dec 29
StrachanDec 31
Southern ShippingJan 4
Keel ling FORMOSA
Chungking Victory
Export Courier
Ho Ming
Export Challenger Wei Ming
Culny
American Export China Merchants American Export China Merchants
StevensDec 18
Sirachan Dec 25
Southern Shipping Dec 29
Strachan Dec 31
Southern Shipping Jan 4
Kobe JAPAN
Japan Ambrose
Japan Ambrose t
Am Maru FCVLB
Japan Ambrose t
Japan Ambrose jt
Japan Ambrose
Tohbei Maru t
Qns Wy BdgFCVLB
Tohbei Maru
Kashu Maru FCVLB
Ocean Progress
Phil Pres Garcia
Export Courier
Tohbei Maru t
Tohbei Maru t
Ho Ming
Tohbei Maru
Export Challenger
Wei Ming
K Stevens Dec 17
Y ama shi ia S hinn i h on TTT Co Inc Dec 17
K Stevens Dec 19
Japan Hohenstein Dec 20
MitsuiO S K Strachan Dec 20
N Y K Southeastern Maritime Dec 20
Japan Hohenstein Dec 21
1 K Stevens Dec 21
K Stevens Dec 21
K Stevens Dec 24
MitsuiO S K Strachan Dec 24
United Philippine Southern Shipping Dec 24
American Export Strachan Dec 25
MitsuiO S K Strachan Dec 26
Y amashi ta Shinnihon TTT Co Inc Dec 26
China Merchants Southern Shipping Dec 2
N Y K Southeastern Maritime Dec 29
American Export Strachan Dec 31
China Merchants Southern Shipping Jan 4
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
PerseusBlue Sea
Phil Pres GarciaUnited Philippine
Phil LunaM C P
SudanBlue Sea
Strachan
Southern Shipping
Southeastern Maritime Strachan
Dec 16 Dec 24 Dec 30 Jan 10
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik
Nagoya JAPAN
Japan Ambrose
Japan Ambrose t
Am Maru FCVLB
Japan Ambrose t
Japan Ambrose jt
Japan Ambrose
Qns Wy BdgFCVLB
Tohbei Maru t
Tohbei Maru
Kashu Maru FCVLB
Ocean Progress
Tohbei Maru t
Tohbei Maru jt
Tohbei Maru
Stevens
TTT Co Ino
Stevens
Hohenstein
Strachan
Southeastern Maritime
Stevens
Hohenstein Stevens Stevens
Strachan
Strachan
YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co Inc
N Y K Southeastern Maritime
K
Y amashi ta Shinnihon
K
Japan
MitsuiO S K
N Y K
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Japan
MitsuiO S MitsuiO S K
Dec 17 Dec 17 Dec 19 Dec 20 Dec 20 Dec 20 Dec 21 Dec 21 Dec 21 Dec 24 Dec 24 Dec 26 Dec 26 Dec 29
Osaka JAPAN
Japan Ambrose
Japan Ambrose t
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TTT Co Inc
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Hohenstein
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Strachan
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Shinnihon TTT Co Inc
Southeastern Maritime
Export Strachan
Shinnihon
S K Export S K
Dec 17 Dec 17 Dec 20 Dec 20 Dec 20 Dec 21 Dec 21 Dec 24 Dec 25 Dec 26 Dec 26 Dec 29 Dec 31
Pusan KOREA
Export Courier
Bay Bridge FCVLB
Export Challenger
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Dec 25 Dec 30 Dec 31 Jan 12
San Fernando
Phil Luna
Southeastern MaritimeDec 30
Shimizu JAPAN
Am Maru FCVLBK
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Stevens
Stevens
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Dec 19 Dec 21 Dec 24
Sydney AUSTRALIA
Pacific OceanAtlanttrafik
StevensDec 17
Tokyo JAPAN
Japan Ambrose
Japan Ambrose t
Am Maru FCVLB
Japan Ambrose t
Japan Ambrose jt
Japan Ambrose
Tohbei Maru t
Tohbei Maru
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American Export
Via Transshipment
StevensDec 17
TTT Co IncDec 17
HohensteinDec 20
StrachanDec 20
Southeastern MaritimeDec 20
HohensteinDec 21
Stevens Dec 21
StrachanDec 24
Southern Shipping Dec 24
StrachanDec 25
Reefer Space TTank Spa
Tohbei Maru t
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Export Challenger Wei Ming
MitsuiO S K StrachanDec 26
YamashitaShinnihon TTT Co IncDec 26
China Merchants Southern ShippingDec 29
N Y K Southeastern Maritime Dec 29
American Export Strachan Dec 31
China Merchants Southern ShippingJan 4
PERSIAN GULF
Bahrein
Hellenic Pride
Hellenic
StevensDec 28
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic PrideHellenic
Khorramshahr IRAN
Hellenic PrideHellenic
Kuwait KUWAIT
Hellenic PrideHellenic
Dubai TRUCIAL OMAN
Hellenic PrideHellenic
StevensDec
StevensDec 28
Stevens Dec 28
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Stevens Dec 28
SCAN Dl NAVIABALTIC
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Am Alliance RTt United States
Lightning tAmerican Export
Am Legacy RTtUnited States
Am Aquarius RTt United States
Stag Hound tAmerican Export
Export Patriot tAmerican Export
Hohenstein Dec 15
Strachan Dec 16
Hohenstein Dec 26
Hohenstein Dec 30 1
Strachan Jan
Strachan Jan 9
Copenhagen DENMARK
Am Alliance RTt United States
Lightning tAmerican Export
Am Legacy RTtUnited States
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States
Stag Hound tAmerican Export
Export Patriot tAmerican Export
Hohenstein
Strachan
Hohenstein Hohenstein
Strachan
Strachan
Dec 15 Dec 16 Dec 26 Dec 30 Jan 1 Jan 9
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Hohenstein
Strachan
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Dec 15 Dec 16 Dec 26 Dec 30 Jan 1
Jan 9
Helsingborg SWEDEN
Am Alliance RTtUnited Stales
Lightning t American Export
Am Legacy RTtUnited Slates
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States
Stag Hound t American Export
Export Patriot t American Export
Hohenstein
Strachan
Hohenstein
Hohenstein
Strachan
Strachan
Dec 15 Dec 16 Dec 26 Dec 30 Jan 1 Jan 9
Malmo SWEDEN
Am Alliance RTtUnited States
Lightning t American Export
Am Legacy RTtUnited States
Am Aquarius RTt United States
Stag Hound t American Export
Export Patriot tAmerican Export
HohensteinDec 15
Strachan Dec 16
HohensteinDec 26
Hohenstein Dec 30
Strachan Jan 1
Strachan Jan 9
Odense DENMARK
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Dec 15 Dec 16 Dec 26 Dec 30 Jan 1 Jan 9
Stockholm SWEDEN
Lightning tAmerican Export
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Export Patriot t American Export
Strachan
Strachan
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Dec 16 Jan 1 Jan 9
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Belem
TocantinsL Figueiredo
Beunos Aires ARGENTINA
Rio De JaneiroI varan
Rio CalingastaArgentine
Rio Los Sauces Argentine
Rio MarapaArgentine
Manaus BRAZIL
TocantinsL Figueiredo
Montevideo URUGUAY
Rio De JaneiroIvaran
East Coast AgenciesDec 17
Southern ShippingDec 15
StrachanDec 16
Strachan Dec 25 Strachan Jan 12
East Coast AgenciesDec 17
Southern Shipping Dec 15
Paranagua BRAZIL
Lloyd PhiladelphiaLloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS Agency
Zeus Netumar Southeastern Maritime
Lloyd New York Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS Agency
Mormaclynx MooreMcCormack Strachan
JunoLloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS Agency
Dec 23 Dec 28 Jan 2 Jan 9 Jan 13
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
Paul SchroderLloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS Agency
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Paul Schroder Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS Agency
Rio De JaneiroIvaran Southern Shipping
Lloyd Philadelphia Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS Agency
Zeus Netumar Southeastern Maritime
Lloyd New York Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS Agency
MormaclynxMooreMcCormack Strachan
Juno Lloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS Agency
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Lloyd PhiladelphiaLloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS AgencyDee 83 Jalarajan Scindia
Rio De JaneiroIvaran Southern ShippingDec 15
Smith A KellyJan 7
Smith A KellyJan 11
Santos BRAZIL
Lloyd PhiladelphiaLloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS AgencyDec 83
ZeusNetumar Southeastern MaritimeDec 88
Lloyd New YorkLloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS AgencyJan 8
MormaclynxMooreMcCormack StrachanJan 9
JunoLloyd Brasileiro Roberts SS AgencyJan 13
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Barranquilla COLOMBIA
Rio Saldana Grancolombiana Smith A KellyDec 19
Cartagena COLOMBIA
Rio SaldanaGrancolombiana Smith A KellyDec 19
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad De BarquisimetoVenezuelan Smith A KeUyDec 18
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad De BarquisimetoVenezuelan Smith A KellyDec 18
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Ciudad De Barquisimeto Venezuelan Smith A Kelly Dec 18
Santa Marta COLOMBIA
Rio SaldanaGrancolombiana Smith A KeUyDec 19
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Buenaventura COLOMBIA
Rio SaldanaGrancolombiana Smith A KeUyDec 19
Port Kelang MALAYSIA
PerseusBlue Sea StrachanDec 16
SudanBlue Sea StrachanJan 10
Singapore SINGAPORE
PerseusBlue Sea Strachan Dec 16
Sudan Blue Sea Strachan Jan 10
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Belfast
Am Alliance RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 15
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan Dec 16
Am Legacy RTtUnited Stales Hohenstein Dec 26
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States Hohenstein Dec 30
Slag Hound t American Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 9
Dublin
Am Alliance RTt United States Hohenstein Dec IS
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan Dec 16
Am Legacy RTtUnited States HohensteinDec 26
Am Aquarius RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 30
Stag Hound tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Jan 9
Felixstowe ENGLAND Am Alliance RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 15
Lightning t American Export Strachan Dec 16
Am Legacy RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 26
Am Aquarius RTt United Slates Hohenstein Dec 30
Stag Hound t American Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Jan 9
Guayaquil ECUADOR
Rio SaldanaGrancolombiana Smith k KellyDec 19
Manta ECUADOR
Rio SaldanaGrancolombiana Smith k KellyDec 19
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Vishva MayaJS C 1 Smith ft KeUyDec 15
Vishva Pray asS C 1 Smith ft KeUyJan 8
JalamoiiScindia jk Smith ft KeUyJan 7
JalarajanScindia Smith ft KeUyJan 11
Calcutta INDIA Vishva Maya S C I Smith ft KeUy Dec 15
HeUenic Pride HeUenic Stevens Dec 28
Vishva Prayas S C I Smith ft KeUy Jan 2
Jalamoti Scindia Smith ft KeUy Jan 7
Jalarajan Scindia Smith k Kelly Jan 11
Glasgow SCOTLAND
Am Alliance RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 15
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan Dec 16
Am Legacy RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 26
Am Aquarius RTtUnited Slates Hohenstein Dec 30
Slag Hound tIMiAmerican Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 9
Greenock SCOTLAND
Am Alliance RTtUnited Slates Hohenstein Dec 15
Am Legacy RTtUnited States Hohenstein Dec 26
Am Aquarius RTtUnited States Hohenstein Dec 30
Liverpool
Am Alliance RTtUnited States HohensteinDec 15
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan Dec 16
Am Legacy RTtUnited States Hohenstein Dec 26
Am Aquarius RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 30
Stag Hound tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot t American ExportStrachan Jan 9
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Hellenic PrideHellenic StevensDec 28
Djakarta INDONESIA
PerseusBlue Sea StrachanDec 16
SudanBlue Sea StrachanJan 10
Karachi PAKISTAN
Hellenic PrideHellenic StevensDec 28
London ENGLAND
Am Alliance RTtUnited States Hohenstein Dec 15
Lightning tAmerican Export Strachan Dec 16
Troll Park Open Bulk Carriers Strachan Dec 20
Am Legacy RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 26
Atlantic Forest l Regent J R Shipping Dec 26
Bilderdyk L V 18 Combi Southeastern Maritime Dec 27
Am Aquarius RTt United States Hohenstein Dec 30
Stag Hound tAmerican Export Strachan Jan 1
Export Patriot t American Export Strachan Jan 9
Arctic TrollOpen Bulk Carriers StrachanJan 10
Madras INDIA
Vishva MayaS C I
Vishva PrayasIS C 1
Sheemess
Smith k KellyDec 15 Atlantic Forest LRegent J R Shipping Dec 26
Smith fc KellyJan 2 Bilderdyk L V 18 Combi Southeastern Maritime Dec 27
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31408 310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265 ATLANTA GEORGIA 30329 2250 N Druid Hills Rd NE 404 6332485 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201 SERVING Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina AGENTS FOR Alcoa Steamship Co American Export Isbrandtsen Line Combi Line Farrell Lines Florida Motorships Corp Indian Towing Co Maritime Co of the Philippines Motorships Inc Netumar Lines Saguenay Shipping Ltd Sidarma Line Transatlantic Shipping Agency Inc Wallenius Line

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
ROBERTS STEAMSHIP AGENCY INC
Savannah Georgia 912 2342571
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 Ga912 2342621
Atlanta Ga404 4712899
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah Ga 912 2323151
SOUTH ATLANTIC TERMINALS INC
Savannah 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 Ga912 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2346671
Brunswick Ga912 2654919
Atlanta Ga 404 8732543
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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 Atlanta Ga 912 404 2322101 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 Atlanta Ga 912 404 2320211 7667565
E L MOBLEY Savannah Ga 912 2340686
D J POWERS Savannah Ga 912 2347241
FREDERICK RICHARDS OF GEORGIA INC
Savannah Georgia 912 2324195
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2360206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
Savannah Ga912 2338131
Brunswick Ga912 2654734
C M THOMPSON JR
Savannah Ga912 2324338
DONALD R WINTER CO INC
Atlanta Ga404 7615974
GEORGE W WISE JR
Savannah Ga912 2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS SERVING THE PORTS OF BRUNSWICK AND SAVANNAH GA
W G CARROLL CO INC
Savannah Ga 912 2322101
Atlanta Ga404 8736939
CRAIG COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
Savannah Ga912 2320211
Atlanta Ga404 7667565
E L MOBLEY
Savannah Ga912 2340686
OLDSTEIN CUSTOM HOUSE BROKERS Atlanta Ga 404 8747809
D J POWERS
Savannah Ga912 2347241
FREDERICK RICHARDS OF GEORGIA INC
Savannah Georgia 912 2324195
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC Savannah Ga912 2350206
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
MERRY SHIPPING CO
Savannah Ga 912 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 Ga 912 9646835
BROWN TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION
Savannah Ga912 2334718
BUILDERS TRANSPORT INC
Savannah Ga912 9644047
Brunswick Ga912 2655295
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP
Savannah Ga912 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSPORT INC k
Savannah Ga912 9646391
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646921
CHATHAM TRANSFER COMPANY f
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 j
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 f
Brunswick Ga912 2643933
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 2328124
Brunswick Ga912 2658622
DIRECTORY OF PORT SERVICES
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES
Savannah Ga912 9646911
HOWARD HALL COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 2321813
J M TRANSPORT COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9645128
JOHNSON BRUCE TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2342715
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES
Savannah Ga912 2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT
Savannah Ga912 9646972
MAYFIELD W T912 9641921
M M TANK LINES
Savannah Ga912 9644341
Brunswick Ga912 2643394
McLEAN TRUCKING COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 2323063
MERCURY MOTOR EXPRESS Savannah Ga912 9645581
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Charlotte N C704 3723611
MOTOR CONVOY
Savannah Ga912 9640262
OLD DOMINION FREIGHT LINE
Savannah Ga912 2360337
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
Savannah Ga912 9646415
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS INC
Savannah Ga912 2348823
PLOOF TRANSFER COMPANY INC
Savannah Ga912 9640245
Brunswick Ga912 2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC
Savannah Ga912 9646931
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC
Savannah Ga912 2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES Savannah Ga912 9646484
SOUTHERN INTERMODAL LOGISTICS INC
Savannah Ga912 9640614
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 CO912 2339203
BRUNSWICK
SEABOARD COAST LINE RR CO912 2652966
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO912 2655310
CONTAINER LEASING FIRMS
PORT OF SAVANNAH
COMPASS 912 2333338
CONTAINER TRANSPORT
INTERNATIONAL Inc912 2341383
INTEGRATED CONTAINER SERVICE 912 2333338
INTERPOOL Inc912 2366351
NIC 912 2366451
SEA CONTAINER 912 2366351
TOFC 912 2366351
UNIFLEX 912 2366351
XTRA 912 2333338
SOUTHERN INTERMODAL LOGISTICS Inc Savannah
Georgia 9129640614
CHASSIS LEASING FIRMS
PORT OF SAVANNAH
CONTAINER TRANSPORT
INTERNATIONAL Inc912 2341383
INTEGRATED CONTAINER SERVICE 912 2333338
INTERPOOL Inc912 2366351
NIC 912 2366351
REALCO 912 2333338
SEA CONTAINER 912 2366351
TOFC 912 2366351
UNIFLEX 912 2366351
XTRA 912 2333338
TOWING COMPANIES
ATLANTIC TOWING CO
Savannah Ga912 2328103
COASTAL TOWING CO
Brunswick Ga912 2657519
PILOT ASSOCIATIONS
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 Ga 912 2345105
LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO
Savannah Ga 912 2334111
SAVANNAH BANK TRUST CO
Savannah Ga912 2343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOM 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 SimonExt 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 Jr 404 5265956
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE 2324321 Ext 368
24 Hour Answering Service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNITED STATES COAST GUARD PORT OF SAVANNAH
200 EAST BRYAN STREET Telephone 912 2324321
CAPTAIN OF THE PORT Ext 353
MARINE INSPECTION Ext 348
DOCUMENTATION OFFICE Ext 347
SEARCH AND RESCUE 912 2320705
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
BRAZIL Jack M Sayler 912 2342266
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Jack M Sayler 912 2342266
GERMANY Frank K Peeples 912 2348265
ITALY Joseph M Cafiero 912 3550586
NETHERLANDS John B Hohenstein 912 2342621
NORWAY Peter Norboge 912 2346671
SWEDEN Peter Norboge 912 2346671
VENEZUELA Jose Luiz Perez9122341005
NOTE WHERE NO BRUNSWICK LISTING IS SHOWN USE SAVANNAH NUMBER FOR BRUNSWICK SERVICE
Georgia Anchor Age
PO Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402
ADDRESS CORRECTION REQUESTED
Acquisitions Division The University Libraries The University of Georgia Athens Georgia 30601
What makes Savannah such a peach of a port
BULK RATE US POSTAGE
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PERMIT NO 368 SAVANNAH GA
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For one thing United States Lines has greatly expanded its Savannah service and now offers weekly sailings to and from the Far East calling at West Coast ports
Hawaii and Guam plus six sailings to Europe every month plus direct service from Europe every other week
For another thing Savannah is in Georgia the Peach State so its strategically located for yearround good weather and for economical minibridge service inland to and from the South and Southwest
And another thing United States Lines facilities at Savannahs new multimillion dollar Garden City Container Terminal can move full and LTL containers in and out at maximum speed We now have our own fullystaffed offices
in Savannah Atlanta and Houston with additional branches to be opened soon in other major population centers throughout the South
Its all part of our expanding TriContinent Container Service a 15000 mile thruway to three continents that provides regularlyscheduled dependability for shippers between Europe Intercoastal United States Hawaii Guam and the Far East
For full details on our frequent sailings in and out of the port of Savannah call your nearest United States Lines office
United States Linesll
One Broadway New York NY 10004 Phone 212 3445800 126 W Bay St Savannah Ga 31402 Phone 912 2341833
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