Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 9, Numbers 1-3, 1969 March/April-1969 September/October

Collection:
Georgia Government Publications
Title:
Georgia AnchorAge, Volume 9, Numbers 1-3, 1969 March/April-1969 September/October
Creator:
Georgia. Ports Authority
Publisher:
Savannah, Ga. : Georgia. Ports Authority
Date of Original:
1969-03/1969-09
Subject:
Georgia Ports Authority--Periodicals
Harbors--Georgia--Periodicals
Shipping--Georgia--Periodicals
Georgia Ports Authority
Harbors
Shipping
Georgia
Periodicals
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United States, Georgia, 32.75042, -83.50018
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Text
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application/pdf
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This quarterly publication contains information on the Georgia Ports Authority.
Local Identifier:
GA P900 .P1 A5 v. 9
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http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/id:dlg_ggpd_y-ga-bp900-b-pp1-ba5-bv-p-b9
Digital Object URL:
http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/do:dlg_ggpd_y-ga-bp900-b-pp1-ba5-bv-p-b9
Language:
eng
Extent:
96 pages
Holding Institution:
University of Georgia. Map and Government Information Library
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Rights Statement information

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SAVANNAH BRUNSWICK ATLANTA NEW YORK CHICAGO BONN GERMANY TOKYO JAPAN
P 0 Box 2406 Telephone 9122361561 Teletype 810784563 J D Holt P O Box 1758 Telephone 9122658500 Cecil G Gnann
1131 Healey Building Telephone 4045251595 Teletype 4045271034 Claude H Newman 233 Broadway Telephone 2122675731 Teletype 2125711312 Walter Hauser 200 South Michigan Avenue Telephone 3124278478 M Fred Whelan 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone Bad Godesberg 69344 929 Nikkatsu International Building Yurakucho Chiyoda Ku Telephone 2114556
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COLONELS ISLAND RAILROAD NEW GPA BERTHS WABCO EXPORTS ATLANTA TRANSPORTATION GREAT PARTY GEORGIA TRADE FAIR PORT NEWS AND VIEWS SAILING SCHEDULE PORT DIRECTORY

All aboard for the Colonels Island choo choo Yes the Colonels Island Railroad is on the way opening up the most desirable deepwater industrial site on the South Atlantic
For full details on this latest project of the Georgia Ports Authority see page 4 of this issue
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Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
R E Hamilton Dalton
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Sam J Gardner Moultrie SecretaryTreasurer
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9122361561 Advertising rates furnished on request
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MARCHAPRIL 1969

It isnt often that a Port Authority builds a railroad some twentyone miles in length and costing some five million dollars
There is a bit of romance associated with this particular railroad however in that it crosses a few creeks and the Marshes of Glynn made famous by Georgias poet laureate Sidney Lanier as it approaches a fine industrial site known as Colonels Island

Once on the island the real work of the railroad begins that of serving one of the Atlantic Seaboards finest industrial sites comprising some seven thousand acres much of which is high land and blessed with a natural deepwater channel
As the Southeast moves forward in international trade ai merce Colonels Island offers both an excellent deepwatitJliilVijJ railroad which are the principal ingredients of industriajelopment
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The Georgia Ports Authority now has 24 deepwater berths serving a wide trade area in the Midwest and the Georgia ports serve this 13state area at inland freight rates equal to or less than rates chargd by any other Atlanti port For additional information contact our man at any one of our following sales offices
SAVANNAH BRUNSWICK ATLANTA NEW YORK CHICAGO BONN GERMANY TOKYO JAPAN
P 0 Box 2406 Telephone 9122361561 Teletype 810784563 J D Holt P O Box 1758 Telephone 9122658500 Cecil G Gnann
1131 Healey Building Telephone 4045251595 Teletype 4045271034 Claude H Newman 233 Broadway Telephone 2122675731 Teletype 2125711312 Walter Hauser 200 South Michigan Avenue Telephone 3124278478 M Fred Whelan 532 BonnBad Godesberg Ruengsdorfer Strasse 53 Telephone Bad Godesberg 69344 929 Nikkatsu International Building Yurakucho Chiyoda Ku Telephone 2114556
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JIM BISSON Editor
COLONELS ISLAND RAILROAD NEW GPA BERTHS WABCO EXPORTS ATLANTA TRANSPORTATION GREAT PARTY GEORGIA TRADE FAIR PORT NEWS AND VIEWS SAILING SCHEDULE PORT DIRECTORY
Ail aboard for the Colonels island choo choo Yes the Colonels Island Railroad is on the way opening up the most desirable deepwater industrial site on the South Atlantic
For full details on this latest project of the Georgia Ports Authority see page 4 of this issue

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INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
R E Hamilton Dalton
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Sam J Gardner Moultrie SecretaryTreasurer
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9122361561 Advertising rates furnished on request
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
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It isnt often that a Port Authority builds a railroad some twentyone miles in length and costing some five million dollars
There is a bit of romance associated with this particular railroad however in that it crosses a few creeks and the Marshes of Glynn made famous by Georgias poet laureate Sidney Lanier as it approaches a fine industrial site known as Colonels Island
Once on the island the real work of the railroad begins that of serving one of the Atlantic Seaboards finest industrial sites comprising some seven thousand acres much of which is high land and blessed with a natural deepwater channel
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A M Harris Sr Vice Chairman ol the Georgia Ports Authority has been named President ol the Colonels Island Railroad
Through the efforts of countless individuals and agencies the Colonel9s Island railroad is now a reality This is the culmination of a dream of many years and a tribute to my colleagues and staff of the Georgia Ports Authority who envisioned the industrial potential of Colonels Island
66Colonel9s Island now becomes a truly accessible deepwater port site and will have a far reaching effect on Georgia9s overall industrial development
661 expect the 197Os to be a decade of industrial progress in Glynn and surrounding counties unprecedented in modern times99
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5 MILLION COLONELS ISLAND RAILROAD UNDERWAY
Bids will be let in late April for the construction of a 217 mile railroad to the Georgia Ports Authoritys industrial track on Colonels Island
The five million dollar project will be financed jointly by the Georgia Ports Authority and the U S Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration
Construction should begin in September of this year and be completed in September 1970
In 1962 the Georgia Ports Authority purchased the 7000 acre Colonels Island tract for 11 million dollars The property is one of the few remaining prime water oriented industrial sites on the Eastern seaboard
Ocean Industries Inc
Ocean Industries Incorporated of Ft Lauderdale Florida will introduce a new agricultural and industrial commodity to Georgia namely aragonite which is found along the seashores of the islands of the Bahamas
This revolutionary substance can be applied directly upon the soil as a lime substitute and in addition will be processed into quicklime to be
used in paper manufacturing and pulp effluent purification The construction of the quicklime plant and aragonite terminal will start this year at a cost of 2 million dollars
Other Proposed Industries
As plans for the Colonels Island railroad approach conclusion other prospective tenants for the prime water oriented site materialize These proposed industries include a steel wire manufacturer a fish protein plant a fiber board plant a fertilizer plant and an aluminum reduction plant
Commenting on this latest GPA development Georgia Ports Authority chairman Robert Tharpe stated The completion of this project will achieve the number one goal of the Georgia Ports Authority and that our purpose for existence is to promote the economic wellbeing of the citizens of the state of Georgia
It is our studied opinion that the construction of a railroad track to serve Colonels Island will have a pronounced effect upon the industrial development of the area provide many thousands of jobs for those living in the surrounding counties and accrue to the benefit of all Georgia
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BERTHS 19 20 OPERATIONAL
19 20 21 GPA SAVANNAH BERTHS
It was back in August 1966 when we ran the photograph in the upper left hand corner on the opposite page and announced the 5 million dollar expansion for the GPAs Ocean Terminal
We had just completed a 4 million dollar project at our Ocean Terminal at the time of the announcement
In midMarch of this year the SS Norfolk Maru slipped into the spanking new berth 19 vessel right center photo below to inaugurate service in the new berths
This latest GPA expansion includes the two new marginal berths 1200 feet in length along the Savannah River a transit
shed a warehouse railroad service truck access utilities and an open storage area
The gantry crane rails on berth 18 have been extended onto berths 19 and 20 which now allows the Ocean Terminals two 50ton gantry cranes access to seven berths with 57 foot margins
The new transit shed features 57000 square feet of storage The new warehouse encloses 66500 square feet of storage and like the transit shed has rail and truck loading facilities
In addition to these many thousands of feet of closed storage the new addition boasts 5 acres of paved open storage area
Aviation Mining
Construction General Industry
Defense and Aerospace Rail and Rapid Transit
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W D Blair manager of WABCO Iniernational Equipment Order Service left and GPAs Director of Operations James I Newsome observe on the spot export loading of WABCO shipments
WABCOWestinghouse Air Brake Company is probably one of the most diversified companies utilizing the port facilities of the Georgia Ports Authority
The companys name itself is misleading but then it would be virtually impossible to improvise a name that would incorporate all the varied facets of WABCO
The facets of WABCO include the manufacture and sales of aircraft navigation and communication equipment they build tractors scrapers motor graders offhighway trucks and air compressors for the construction industry They have contracts with the U S Government for defense and aerospace projects they manufacture drilling equipment for water mineral and oil exploration for general industry they build continuous miners cutters loaders mine locomotives conveyors drills and bits for the mining industry they build traffic control and communications equipment they are involved in
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the construction of rapid transit systems and of course they are still in the rail brake business
But for the purposes of this article we are concerned with only one phase of WABCOs operation and that is the international sales of their Construction Equipment Division
WABCOs business involvements outside the United States are in the realm of 40 of their total sales picture
WABCO continues to strengthen its position in international markets In Germany new facilities have just been completed which will double the manufacturing capacity of WABCO in that country In France a three yeac program is under way to modernize plant and equipment In Austria WABCO recently completed a small acquisition which will improve the companys marketing position WABCO subsidiaries have manufacturing facilities strategically located outside the United States affording the company a unique oppor
WABCO export shipment dockside at the GPAs Garden City Terminal in Savannah In background is one of the six GPA gantry cranes which will hoist shipment aboard the SS American Clipper Ereight Forwarder Mohegian International Destination Antwerp
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Located in the hill country of northeast Georgia is the WABCO CED Toccoa Plant The facility is situated a few miles from Toccoa Georgia on the main line of the Southern Railroad This facility produces a full line of earihmoving scrapers manufactured by the Construction Equipment Division
Founded in t936 the WABCO CED Peoria Plant and General Offices are located at Peoria Illinois on the Illinois River In addition to manufacturing a full line of heavyduty offhighway trucks the Peoria location includes the Divisions Engineering Marketing and other administrative functions
WABCOCED Indianapolis Indiana manufactures a complete line of motorgraders Originally a part of the J D Adams Manufacturing Company this plant has manufactured motorgraders since before the turn of the century Belowaerial view of the GPAs modern Garden City terminals at Savannah export embarkation point for three of WABCOs manufacturing plants
tunity to furnish its products through either local manufacturer or export from the U S
W D Blair manager of WABCO International Equipment Order Service and W H Rigley manager of WABCO International Parts Order Service funnel tons of heavy equipment and parts through GPA terminals into world markets
The three WABCO plants involved with the WABCOGPA export movement are located at Peoria Illinois Indianapolis Indiana and Toccoa Georgia
Because of the size of the products good shipping facilities are of major importance to WABCO In this regard the Georgia Ports Authoritys facilities fill the bill ideally offering modern terminals 635 ton gantry cranes on 57 foot margins and double marginal rail tracks for heavy lift operations favorable inland freight rates and over one hundred scheduled steamship lines offering service to all parts of the world
On a 400 mile inland Irek from point of debarkation in India WABCO machines proved a center of interest at every stop enrouie After the long overland journey these WABCO units were put to work in India s gold field operations v
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Serving SAVANNAH and BRUNSWICK and serving them well
The 10200mile Southern Railway System connects Savannah and Brunswick with major population centers in the South and with all traffic gateways to the rest of the country
Southern innovations in equipment and service are designed to meet specific shipper needs with a dependable onemanagement transportation network that can save you time
money and trouble On your next import or export shipment ship Southernand see
In Savannah telephone 912 2341388 or write our Sales Office PO Box 2202 Savannah Ga
In Brunswicktelephone 912
AM 52710 or write our Sales Office PO Box397 BrunswickGa L00K aheadlook 50UTH
TRANSPORTATION CLUB OF ATLANTA HOLDS ANNUAL BANQUET
GPAs Claude Newman Elected President
The new officers and directors of the Transportation Club of Atlanta installed at the Clubs annual banquet on January 31 are pictured above left to right C David Clark Traffic World Master of Ceremonies W Bill Shaw Tennessee Corporation First Vice President Jack Duncan Richs Inc Director Paul Schilling CMSt PP RR Director Claude H Newman Georgia Ports Authority President Tom Woods GulfPuerto Rico Line Director Alan Booe McLean Trucking Co Director Frank Bond BO RR Past President Frank Marler Seaboard Coast Line RR Director Bill Davis J C Penney Co Director Jim Cherry Carolina Freight Carriers Second Vice President Jim Milton Eastern Air Lines Director Lynn Dowding Phillips Petroleum Co SecretaryTreasurer and Wendell Green Terminal Transport Co Director
Outgoing TCA President Frank Bond right presents the gavel to incoming President Claude Newman left as master of ceremonies Dave Clark looks on
Atlanta Georgia is the undisputed center of transportation in the southeastern United States and the gentlemen of the Transportation Club of Atlanta are unquestionably the kings of the road rail air and sea
When these men who route the wheels of commerce gather at their annual banquet the guest list reads like the Whos Who in the transportation world
Your editor along with some 400 others was pleased to attend this annual banquet recently as one of our own Claude Newman Director of Traffic and Commerce for the GPA was sworn in as President It was a gala affair enjoyed by all In fact dear reader it was a ball
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Great Oyster Party just growed and growed As in the past the GOP was jointly sponsored by the Savannah Maritime Association Brunswick Maritime Interest and the Georgia Ports Authority for the members of the State General Assembly S
The most notable difference of GOP
III over GOP I and II was the dexterity exhibited by the guests in opening the oysters In the past members p from the coastal regions had to aid their landlocked colleagues in shucking the
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shells from the succulent seafood Also in the past some guests particularly those of the female gender were observed tightly closing their eyes before bravely swallowing a steaming oyster Times have changed and if the GOP continues at its present pace the whole affair may be banned by the State Wildlife Commission in order to preserve the oyster
Left to right Li Governor George T Smith and Mrs Smith are welcomed to the GOP by Mr Joseph A Battle and Rep Battle John Hohenstein President Savannah Maritime Association Dan Kelly Hohenstein Shipping Co and Wayne Cunningham Southeastern Maritime Co
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Jack Welsh Industrial Representative of Georgia Department of Industry and Trade left checks itinerary of First Georgia Trade Fair with Li Gen Ret Louis W Truman Executive Director Georgia Department of Industry and Trade
Georgias economy and industrial base continues to grow at a rapid pace and requires new and expanded markets At present one of the greatest marketing potentials for Georgia products is Europe
On September 25 1969 fifty Georgia businessmen will depart on a threeweek intensive European marketing trip sponsored by the Georgia Department of Industry and Trade as members of the GeorgiaEuropean Trade Fair The group will visit Brussels Frankfurt and Milan
The European economy probably the most prosperous next to the United States has a population of nearly onehalf billion people With a population of this size the needs of the people and industry are virtually unlimited Of the total U S exports in 1967 over 30 were consumed in Europe Therefore it is very realistic to say if a product sells in the United States it will sell in Europe
Advance arrangements for the Trade
Fair will include an aggressive advertising and promotion campaign covering a large portion of Europe by radio television and newspapers Business appointments will be arranged in advance and displays will be constructed shipped and set up by staff members of the Trade Fair
The purpose of the GeorgiaEuropean Trade Fair is to provide an opportunity for Georgia manufacturers and businessmen to personally make contacts and establish lines of business communications which will increase their profits and production
It is strongly urged that Georgia businessmen fully investigate the potential offered by the Trade Fair to expand or further develop the sale of Georgia products in the European market
Anyon6 who is interested in becoming a part of the European Trade Fair may contact John D Welsh International Trade Representative Georgia Department of Industry and Trade P 0 Box 38097 Atlanta Georgia 30334 for further details
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Suggested Itinerary GeorgiaEuropean Trade Fair 1969
THURSDAYSEPTEMBER 25 Leave Atlanta for Brussels via New York 416 PM
FRIDAYSEPTEMBER 26 Arriye Brussels 730 AM
Remainder of day at leisure SATURDAYSEPTEMBER 27
Morning industrial tour of Brussels SUNDAYSEPTEMBER 28
Set up displays and supplemental material 200 PM
MONDAYSEPTEMBER 29 Breakfast briefing 800 AM
Press conference 900 AM
Official opening of Trade Fair by Governor Maddox U S Ambassador and Belgian Minister of Trade 1000 AM
TUESDAYSEPTEMBER 30 OCTOBER 2 Trade Fair open THURSDAYOCTOBER 2
Trade Fair closes supplemental material packed for shipment Noon
Evening reception
FRIDAYOCTOBER 3
Full day available for follow up of individual contacts SATURDAYOCTOBER 4
Morning flight from Brussels to Frankfurt
Industrial tour of Frankfurt enroute to hotel
SUNDAYOCTOBER 5
Set up displays and supplemental material 200 PM
MONDAYOCTOBER 6 Breakfast briefing 800 AM
Press conference 900 AM
Official opening of Fair in Frankfurt 1000 AM
TUESDAYOCTOBER 79 Trade Fair open THURSDAYOCTOBER 9
Trade Fair closessupplemental material packed for shipment to Milan Noon
Evening reception FRIDAYOCTOBER 10
Full day available for follow up of
individual contacts SATURDAYOCTOBER 11
Morning flight from Frankfurt to Milan Industrial tour of Milan enroute to hotel
SUNDAYOCTOBER 12
Set up displays and supplemental material 200 PM
MONDAYOCTOBER 13 Breakfast briefing 800 AM
Press conference 900 AM
Official opening of Fair in Milan 1000 AM
TUESDAYOCTOBER 14 Trade Fair open in Milan WEDNESDAYOCTOBER 15 Trade Fair closes 500 PM
Reception 800 PM
THURSDAYOCTOBER 16
Leave Milan by TWA flight 843 for Atlanta 1210 PM
Arrive Atlanta 715 PM
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Partners of the Alliance Program
Left to right Miss Lucia Ferreira Oliveira of Pernambuco Mr O G Benson and Dr Harlan Davis of Georgia Dr Alfredo Vieira Chairman Pernambuco Partners Dr Ernest W Ogram Jr Chairman Georgia Partners Mr Vinicuis Guerreiro de Lucena and Mr Luis Sequeiro of Pernambuco
The State of Georgia recently established a Partners of the Alliance program with the State of Pernambuco in northeast Brazil
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The Partners of the Alliance is a close relative of the Alliance for Progress started by President Kennedy in 1961 for the social and economic bettermen of Latin America whereas the Alliance for Progress is a governmenttogovernment program the Partners are a peopletopeople effort minus red tape operating at the state level Today the Partners are active in 37 U S States and 15 countries in Latin America Partners Programs are concerned primarily with the fields of Public Health Education Business and Agriculture The Partners serve as a channel through which community organizations and even individuals can work directly with any one of the numerous groups in Latin America who are striving to improve their way of life
At the invitation of the Pernambuco Partners Committee a team of four from Georgia recently spent a week in Recife the capital of the State of Pernambuco Dr Ernest W Ogram Jr Director of Georgia States Institute of International Business and Chairman of the Georgia Partners Committee led the group that included Dr Harlan Da
vis an agricultural economist from the University of Georgia Mr Ben Benson Manager of the Brokerage Department of AETNA Life Insurance Company and Dr Newton Long Director of the Division of Maternal Health and Family Planning Emory University Medical School
The Georgia Partners like other state committees is a privately supported nonprofit tax deductible group whose activities are dedicated to hemispheric understanding economic and social growth
Dr Ogram in commenting on the purpose of their visit states We were interested in gathering information studying their problems their limitations and their resources We wanted to explore with our Pernambuco partners ways and means of evolving projects in which the citizens of the two states could jointly participate Dr Ogram added that we have just come back from a week of living and working with our counterparts in Brazil We have returned with positive facts specific recommendations and heartresiding stories
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Fast and frequent service from all leading Gulf ports to Europe
HollandAmericas modern G ships handle all kinds of Gulf cargowith two derricks that together can lift 140 tons refrigerated chambers maintaining temperatures as low as 5 degrees F and spacious deck space for large and oddshaped cargo
For fast and frequent service to Le Havre Antwerp Rotterdam Bremen and Hamburg contact
HollandAmerica Line
Agents Hohenstein Shipping Company Savannah and Atlanta

Savannah Overseas Forwarders9 Inc
The worlds largest cooker weighing in at 215 tons and housed in a 75foot lower was unloaded from the Dutch ship MV Kloosterdyk at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Ocean Terminal The cooker and component parts manufactured by Stork and Co of Amsterdam Holland for Allied Foods Inc of Atlanta was transported to the state capital by 10 tractortrailer trucks and will be used in the production of dog food The technical name for the gigantic contraption is hydrostatic sterilizer Hohenstein Shipping Co were the local shipping agents
A N Manucy Jr center President of Charleston Overseas Forwarders Inc has recently opened new offices in Savannah and will operate as foreign freight forwarders and customhouse broker as the Savannah Overseas Forwarders Inc
Mr Manucy is a native Savannahian and has been a customhouse broker and foreign freight forwarder for over twenty years
The new Savannah office located in suite 414 of the American Building will be under the management of R Boyd Deaux right as general and export manager and Robert C Moreno left as import manager
Worlds Largest Cooker Via GPA
Meets himself coming and going at Georgia ports where you too will find fast turnarounds If youre in the mood to shift to swifter port calls head for Georgia For more information on the Southeasts modern port facilities write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia
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HANSEN TIDEMANN INC 405 Industrial Building P O Box 8145 31402 Tel 2334104 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2342621 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SMITH KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2088 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1468 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 9667 31402 Tel 2346671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street P O Box 9833 31402 Tel 2322129
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Monrovia WEST AFRICA
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DumbaiaMChargeursReunis E DSirachanApril 12
Port Gentil WEST AFRICA
DumbaiaChargeursReunis E DSirachanApril 12
AFRICA
EAST AFRICA
African Meteor
Mormacisle
African Sun
Mormacpride
Mombasa Tanga Zanzibar Dar es Salaam
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeApril 1
Robin SirachanApril 7
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeApril 13
Robin SirachanApril 22
SOUTH AFRICA Beira Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques
Markhor
African Meteor
Irish Ash
Mahsud
Mormacisle
Mormacmail
Nordland
African Sun
Mormacpride
A Vessel
CunardBrocklebank HohensieinApril 1
Farrell Southeastern MaritimeApril 1
South African MarineSmith KellyApril 3
CunardBrocklebank HohensieinApril 5
Robin SirachanApril 7
Robin SirachanApril 10
South African Marine Smith KellyApril 12
FarreU Southeastern MaritimeApril 13
Robin SirachanApril 22
South African MarineSmith KellyMay 2
Tamatave MADAGASCAR
Mormacmail1Robin SirachanApril 10
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
DumbaiagChargeursReunis E D SirachanApril 12
Cotonue WEST AFRICA
DumbaiaChargeursReunis E DSirachanApril 12
Dakar WEST AFRICA
DumbaiaChargeursReunis E DSirachanApril 12
Tema WEST AFRICA
DumbaiaChargeursReunis E DSirachanApril 12
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
LadonRoyal NetherlandsNorin SirachanApril 1
A VesselRoyal NetherlandsNorin Sirachan May 2
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
LadonRoyal NetherlandsNorin SirachanApril 1
A VesselRoyal NetherlandsNorin SirachanMay 2
Kingston JAMAICA
SolonRoyal NetherlandsNygui Sirachan April 11
A VesselRoyal NetherlandsNygui Sirachan May 9
Port au Prince HAITI
Solon Royal NetherlandsNygui SirachanApril 11
A VesselRoyal NetherlandsNygui SirachanMay 9
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
LadonRoyal NetherlandsNorin SirachanApril 1
MormacrioMooreMcCormack SirachanApril 12
A VesselRoyal NetherlandsNorin SirachanMay 2
CENTRAL AMERICA
Barrios GUATEMALA
ArionTica StevensApril 13
Douala WEST AFRICA
DumbaiaChargeursReunis E DSirachanApril 12
Galvez GUATEMALA
ArionTica
StevensApril 13
Freetown WEST AFRICA
DumbaiaChargeursReunis E DSirachanApril 12
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space
La Ceiba HONDURAS
ArionjLTica
TDenotes Tank Space PDenotes Passenger
StevensApril 13
MARCHAPRIL 1969
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Puerto Arion Cortes HONDURAS Tica Stevens April 13
Puerto Arion Limon COSTA RICA Tica Stevens April 13
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Alexandria EGYPT
QeshetZim SouthernApril 3
Thordis PresthusTorni SouthernApril 8
EtrogZim SouthernApril 20
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Date
Leghorn ITALY
Lazzaro MocenigojtSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 8
Enrico DandoloSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 12
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Thordis PresthusTorm SouthernApril 8
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Thordis PresthusTorm SouthernApril 8
Marseilles FRANCE
Lazzaro MocenigoSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 8
Enrico DandoloSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 12
Naples ITALY
AvalaJugolinija Smith Kelly April 15
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
AvalaJugolinija Smith KellyApril 15
Barcelona SPAIN
Thordis PresthusTorm
Genoa ITALY
Lazzaro MocenigoSidarma
Enrico DandoloSidarma
Haifa ISRAEL
QeshetZim
EtrogZim
Southern
Southeastern Maritime Southeastern Maritime
Savona ITALY
April 8 Lazzaro MocenigoSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 8
Enrico DandoloSidarma Southeastern MaritimeApril 12
AvalaJugolinijaSmith KellyApril 15
April 8
April 12 Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Thordis PresthusTorm SouthernApril 8
SouthernApril 3
SouthernApril 20
Venice ITALY
AvalaJugolinijaSmith KellyApril 15
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
Thordis PresthusTorm SouthernApril 8
Lattakia SYRIA
Thordis PresthusTorm SouthernApril 8
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
Gaasterdyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 1
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Kingston Port au Prince Puerto Cabello Maracaibo Port of Spain Georgetown Paramaribo
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and
Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore Norfolk RAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland LAVINO SHIPPING CO DetroitINTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO
Royal llellierlands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
SHIPPING COMPANY
408 American Building Savannah Georgia
Custom House Brokers Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 794 Phone 2360259
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Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 8
American ForesterUnited Slates SirachanApril 13
ActivityRegentJ R Shipping April 19
Groiedyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 24
American TravelerUnited States SirachanApril 30
IUersumIndependent GulfSmith KellyMay 16
AstirRegent J R ShippingMay 10
Antwerp BELGIUM
Gaasierdyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 1
SyllumOzeanStinnes Southeastern MApril 1
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 8
American ForesterUnited Slates SirachanApril 13
Nordpol OzeanStinnes Southeastern MApril 16
A Vessel RTPWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanMidApril
ActivityRegent J R Shipping April 19
Groiedyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 24
IttersumIndependent GullSmith KellyMay 16
AstirRegent J R Shipping May 10
Bremen GERMANY
Gaasierdyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 1
SyllumOzeanStinnes Southeastern MApril 1
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 8
Nordpol OzeanStinnes Southeastern MApril 16
A Vessel RTPWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanMidApril
ActivityRegent J R Shipping April 19
Groiedyk RT
American Traveler
Ittersum
Astir
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Gorredyk RT NordpoL
A Vessel RTP
Activity
Groiedyk RT
American Traveler
Ittersum
Astir
HollandAmerica HohensteinApril 8
OzeanStinnes Southeastern MApril 16
WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticSirachanMidApril
Regent J R ShippingApril 19
HollandAmerica HohensteinApril 24
United States SirachanApril 30
Independent GulfSmith KellyMay 16
Regent J R ShippingMay 10
HollandAmerica
United States
Independent Glt Regent
Hohenstein
Sirachan
Smith Kelly J R Shipping
April 24 April 30 May 16 May 10
Le Havre FRANCE
Gaasierdyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 1
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 8
A Vessel RTPWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan MidApril
Groiedyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 24
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
Gaasierdyk RTHollandAmerica
SyllumOzeanStinnes
Gorredyk RTHollandAmerica
American ForesterUnited States
NordpoLOzeanStinnes
A Vessel RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanMidApril
ActivityRegent J R Shipping April 19
Groiedyk RTHollandAmerica HohensteinApril 24
American TravelerUnited States SirachanApril 30
IttersumIndependent Gulf Smith KellyMay 16
AstirRegent J R ShippingMay 10
HohensteinApril 1
Southeastern MApril 1
HohensteinApril 8
SirachanApril 13
Southeastern MApril 16
PACIFIC
BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
American TravelerUnited States SirachanApril 30
Hamburg GERMANY
Gaasierdyk RT HollandAmerica HohensteinApril 1
SyllumOzeanStinnes Southeastern MApril 1
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
City of Dundee March 31
African Crescent Farrell Southeastern Maritime April 4
Port Albany RTP Port Sirachan April 6
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith Kelly April 13
Cap Norte Columbus Southern April 16
Pori Burnie Port Sirachan April 16
Cap Roca Columbus Southern April 24
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ShipSteamship LiAgency Sailing Dale
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
City of DundeeAm k AustralianSmith Kelly March 31
African CrescentFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeApril 4
Port Albany RTPPort StrachanApril
City of CanberraAm AustralianSmith k Kelly April 13
Cap NorteColumbus SouthernApril 16
Port Burnie Port StrachanApril 16
Cap RocaColumbus SouthernApril 24
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
Philippine Bataan MCP Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine Southern
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
April 1 April 7 April 14 April 29
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine SouthernApril 1
Philippine Bataan MCP Southeastern MaritimeApril 7
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine SouthernApril 14
Don Antonio United Philippine SouthernApril 29
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
City of CanberraAm AustralianSmith k KellyApril 13
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Philippine Bataan MCP Southeastern Maritime
Kalahari K Line Stevens
Export Aide RTPAm Export IsbrandisenStrachan
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine Southern
Oregon Mani K Line Stevens
Export AgentAm Export IsbrandisenStrachan
Don AntonioUnited Philippine Southern
Colorado Maru K Line Stevens
Mississippi Maru K Line Stevens
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandisenStrachan
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
April 7 April 9 April 10 April 14 April 20 April 25 April 29
May 8
May 8
May 10 April 1
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine SouthernApril 1
Philippine Bataan MCP Southeastern MaritimeApril 7
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine SouthernApril 14
Don Antonio United Philippine SouthernApril 29
Inchon KOREA
Export Aide RTPAm Export Isbrandisen
Export AgentAm Export Isbrandisen
Export AdventurerAm Export Isbrandisen
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai ChienChina Merchants
Export Aide RTPAm Export Isbrandisen
Export AgentAm Export Isbrandisen
Export AdventurerAm Export Isbrandisen
Strachan April 10
Strachan April 25
Strachan May 10
Southern April 9
Strachan April 10
Strachan April 25
Strachan May 10
Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Keelung FORMOSA
Hai ChienChina Merchants SouthernApril 9
KalahariK Line StevensApril 9
Export Aide RTP Am Export IsbrandisenStrachanApril 10
Oregon MaruK Line Stevens April 20
Export AgentAm Export IsbrandisenStrachanApril 25
Colorado MaruW Line StevensMay 8
Mississippi MaruK Line StevensMay 8
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandisenStrachanMay 10
Kobe JAPAN
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern
Allcman Kelly
Hai Chien China Merchants Southern aLi o
Kalahari K Line Stevens A rii e
Export Aide RTP Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan April 10
Hampton Maru N Y K Strachan April 10
Montevideo Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan
Phil Pres Quirino I United Philippine Southern April 14
Oregon Maru K Line Stevens
Export Agent Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan April 25
Don Antonio United Philippine Southern April 29
Sanuki Maru N Y K Strachan
Colorado Maru K Line Stevens
Mississippi Maru K Line Stevens
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan May 10
Chicago Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan May 10
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine SouthernApril 1
Philippine Bataan MCP Southeastern MaritimeApril 7
Phil Pres QuirinoUnited Philippine SouthernApril 14
Don AntonioUnited Philippine SouthernApril 29
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
City of DundeeAm k AustralianSmith Kelly March 31
African CrescentFarrell Southeastern MaritimeApril 4
Port Albany RTPPort StrachanApril 6
City of CanberraAm k AustralianSmith k KellyApril 13
Cap NorteColumbus SouthernApril 16
Port BurniePort StrachanApril 16
Cap RocaColumbus SouthernApril 24
Nagoya JAPAN Alkntan Smith Sr Kelly April 7
Kalahari K Line Stevens April 9
Hampton Maru N Y K Strachan April 10
Montevideo Mani MitsuiO S K Strachan April 11
Oregon Maru K Line Stevens April 20
Sanuki Maru N Y K Strachan April 30
Colorado Maru K Line Stevens May 8
Mississippi Maru K Line Stevens May 8
Chicago Mani MitsuiO S K Strachan May 10
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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Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Osaka JAPAN
Alkman
Kalahari
Export Aide RTP
Hampton Manx
Montevideo Maru
Oregon Mara
Export Agent
Sanuld Mara
Colorado Mara
Mississippi Mara
Chicago Mara
Export Adventurer
YamashitaShinnihonSmith KellyApril 7
K LineStevensApril 9
Am Export IsbrandlsenStrachanApril 10
N Y K StrachanApril 10
MilsuiO S KStrachanApril 11
K Line StevensApril 20
Am Export IsbrandlsenStrachanApril 25
N Y KStrachanApril 30
K Line StevensMay 8
K LineStevensMay 8
MitsuiO S KStrachanMay 10
Am Export IsbrandlsenStrachanMay 10
Pusan KOREA
Export Aide RTPAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachanApril 10
Export AgentAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachan April 25
Export AdventurerAm Export IsbrandlsenStrachanMay 10
Sydney AUSTRALIA
City of DundeeAm 8c AustralianSmith ft Kelly March 31
African CrescentFarrellSoutheastern MaritimeApril 4
Port Albany RTPPort StrachanApril
City of CanberraAm ft AustralianSmith ft KellyApril 13
Cap Norte Columbus SouthernApril 16
Port BurniePort Jj StrachanApril 16
Cap Roc aColumbus SouthernApril 24
Yokohama JAPAN
Hai Chien
Kalahari
Export Aide RTP
Hampton Maru
Montevideo Maru
Chicago Maru
United Philippine Southern April 1
YamashitaShinnihon Smith ft Kelly April 7
China Merchants Southern April 9
K Line Stevens April 9
Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan April 10
N Y K Strachan April 10
MitsuiO S K Strachan April 11
United Philippine Southern April 14
K Line Stevens April 20
Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan April 25
United Philippine Southern April 29
N Y K Strachan April 30
K Line Stevens May 8
K Line Stevens May 8
MitsuiO S K Strachan May 10
Am Export Isbrandlsen Strachan May 10
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
A Vessel RTPWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanMidApril
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Gdynia POLAND A Vessel RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan MidApril
Gothenburg SWEDEN
A Vessel RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan MidApril
Helsinki FINLAND A Vessel RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan MidApril
Malmo SWEDEN A Vessel RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan MidApril

Norrkoping SWEDEN
A Vessel RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan MidApril
Oslo NORWAY A Vessel RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan MidApril
Stockholm SWEDEN A Vessel RTP WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan MidApril
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
DoroteaNortonSmith KellyAprii 3
Buenos AiresIvaran SouthernAprii 4
MormacrioMooreMcCormack StrachanAprii 12
SalvadorIvaranSouthernAprii 14
MormacbayMooreMcCormackStrachanMay 10
Montevideo URUGUAY
Buenos AiresIvaran
MormacrioMooreMcCormack
SalvadorIvaran
MormacbayMooreMcCormack
Southern
Sirachan
Southern
Strachan
Aprii 4 Aprii 12 Aprii 14 May 10
Paranagua BRAZIL
DoroteaNortonSmith ft KellyAprii 3
MormacrioMooreMcCormack StrachanAprii 12
MormacbayMooreMcCormack StrachanMay 10
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
DoroteaNorton
Smith ft KellyApril 3
Recife BRAZIL
MormacrioMooreMcCormack
StrachanApril 12

SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO STEAMSHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402 AGENTS FOR
310 East Bav Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265 Alcoa Steamship Co
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Brodin Lines
1746 East Adams Street P Box 1504 9043538201 Farrell Lines
Insco Lines
SERVING Maritime Co of the Philippines
Canaveral Florida Port Royal South Carolina Motorships Inc
Fernandina Florida Charleston South Carolina OzeanStinnes Line
Jacksonville Florida Georgetown South Carolina Saguenay Shipping Ltd
Brunswick Georgia Wilmington North Carolina Sidarma Line
Savannah Georgia Morehead City North Carolina Wallenius Line
West Coast Lines
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Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
DoroteaNortonSmith KellyApril 3
Buenos AiresIvaran SouthernApril 4
DelilaNeiumar Southeastern MaritimeApril 11
Mormacrio MooreMcCormack Sirachan April 12
SalvadorIvaran SouthernApril 14
MormacbayMooreMcCormack SirachanMay 10
Salvador BRAZIL
MormacrioMooreMcCormack SirachanApril 12
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
Solon Royal NetherlandsNygui SirachanApril 11
A VesselRoyal NetherlandsNygui SirachanMay 9
SOUTH ASIA
Bombay INDIA
Vishva Bhakli S C I Smith KellyApril 8
Flying EndeavorAm Export IsbrandlsenSirachanApril 9
Vishva TejS C ISmith KellyApril 19
Vishva MangalS C I Smith KellyMay 1
Santos BRAZIL
Dorotea Norton Smith 8c Kelly April 3
Buenos AiresIvaran SouthernApril 4
MormacrioMooreMcCormack Sirachan April 12
Salvador Ivaran Southern April 14
Mormacbay MooreMcCormack Sirachan May 10
Calcutta INDIA
MarkhorCunardBrocklebankHohenstein
MahsudCunardBrocklebank Hohenstein
Vishva BhaktiS C ISmith Kelly
Flying EndeavorAm Export IsbrandlsenSirachan
Vishva TejS C ISmith Kelly
Vishva MangalS C I Smith Kelly
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
SolonRoyal NetherlandsNygui SirachanApril 11
A VesselRoyal NetherlandsNygui SirachanMay 9
La Guaira VENEZUELA
LadonRoyal NeiherlandsNorin Sirachan
Ciudad de Cumana VenezuelanSmith Kelly
Ciudad de Valencia Venezuelan Smith Kelly
A VesselRoyal NeiherlandsNorin Sirachan
April 1 April 10 April 24 May 2
Chalna PAKISTAN
Markhor CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein
MahsudCunardBrocklebank Hohenstein
Flying EndeavorAm Export IsbrandlsenSirachan
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Flying EndeavorAm Export IsbrandlsenSirachan
Cochin INDIA
Flying EndeavorAm Export IsbrandlsenSirachan
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Solon Royal NelherlandsNygui SirachanApril 11
A Vessel Royal NetherlandsNygui SirachanMay 9
Colombo CEYLON
MarkhorCunardBrocklebank Hohenstein
MahsudCunardBrocklebank Hohenstein
Flying EndeavorAm Export IsbrandlsenSirachan
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de Cumana VenezuelanSmith KellyApril 10
Ciudad de Valencia VenezuelanSmith Kelly April 24
Paramaribo SURINAM
SolonRoyal NetherlandsNygui Sirachan April 11
A Vessel Royal NetherlandsNygui SirachanMay 9
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Ciudad de Cumana VenezuelanSmith Kelly
Ciudad de ValenciaVenezuelanSmith Kelly
A VesselRoyal NeiherlandsNorin Sirachan
April 10 April 24 May 2
Karachi PAKISTAN
Flying Endeavor Am Export IsbrandlsenSirachan
Madras INDIA
MarkhorCunardBrocklebank Hohenslein
MahsudCunardBrocklebank Hohenslein
Vishva BhaktiS C I Smith Kelly
Flying EndeavorAm Export IsbrandlsenSirachan
Vishva TejS C ISmith Kelly
Vishva MangalS C I Smith Kelly
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
London ENGLAND
American ForesterUnited Stales Sirachan
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
MITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
April 1 April 5 April 8 April 9 April 19 May 1
April 1 April S April 9
April 9
April 9
April 1 April 5 April 9
April 9
April 1 April 5 April 8 April 9 April 19 May 1
April 13

GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Directory of Port Services
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SHIPPING COMPANIES
HANSEN T1DEMANN INC
206 East Bay Street2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
9 East Bay Street2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
405 Industrial Building2347367
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminal Building2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
408 American Building2360259
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
J W TARVER
Arcade Building 2348829
DONALD R WINTER
P O Box 20973 Atlanta 303208725309
STEVEDORES
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals i 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
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STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT
SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS
State Docks Garden City2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
COYLE LINES INCNew Orleans La
C G WILLIS INCPaulsboro N J
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
MERRY BROTHERSAugusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT CO2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO 2345309
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GATEWAY TRANSPORTATION CO2365734
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
Brunswick2652233
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC2366112
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic 2326159
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department 2323113
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD
Garden City Terminal2361561
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Brunswick Freight Office2652966
Regional Sales Manager2332431
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager2341388
Brunswick Freight Office2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City2362447
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JULYAUGUST 1969 VOLUME 9 NUMBER 2
JIM BISSON Editor
CONTAINER TERMINAL 4
JAPANESE MISSION 6
G P A TOKYO 8
j A GOLDEN SPIKE FOR THE COLONEL 10
HOLLANDAMERICA 12 RED CARPET TOUR 14
L B FOSTER 16
PORT NEWS VIEWS 18
SAILING SCHEDULE 21
I a PORT DIRECTORY 27
G P A Container Terminal Fact Not Fiction construction is underway on a 20 acre container facility featuring the nations largest and fastest container crane
For full details on this latest project of the Georgia Ports Authority see page 4 of this issue
GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
Recipient of Presidential E for Export Award
OCEAN TERMINALS BRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
R E Hamilton Dalton
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Charles E Walker Columbus
Sam J Gardner Moultrie SecretaryTreasurer
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
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The die is cast Savannahs container terminal is under construction and the logistics are obvious
1 Savannah handles substantially more general cargo than any competing port in the South Atlantic much of which can and will be containerized
2 Savannah is exactly midway between Hampton Roads and Miami making it possible to draw containerized cargoes from a tremendous hinterland without penalizing the shipper with the added costs of shipping to North Atlantic ports
3 Negotiations have been completed with a number of the steamship lines assuring Savannah of container service to the important trading areas of the world
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D Holt Executive Director and James I Newsome Jr Director of Operations of the Georgia Ports Authority examine a scale model of the 24 story tall Container Crane which will he installed at the new GPA Container Terminal The new terminal is now under construction upstream and immediately adjacent to Garden City berth 57
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The Georgia Ports Authority The Pace Setter of the South Atlantic announces the construction of the Nations largest container crane Construction is now in progress
The Container Terminal will be ready for operation by May 1970 and is being built on a 20acre site that will include a 16acre backup marshalling yard Complete facilities for truck and rail including double rail marginal tracks with provisions for a third will permit handling containers directly to or from rail cars The highspeed Container Crane will have a capacity of 90000 lbs at an extended reach of 113 feet either seaward or landward
The 768 foot long and 196 foot wide Container MultiPurpose Berth addition will increase to ten the total number of ship berths at the GPAs Garden City Terminal and will provide over one mile of uninterrupted berth space
The gage of the gantry rails of the new crane will be 90 feet with a clearance under the boom of 107 feet Lift above rail elevation will be 72 feet and below rail 58 feet Diesel electric powered the crane will have a full load hoist speed of 100 FPM a trolley travel speed of 400 FPM and a travel speed of 150 FPM which will make it not only the Nations largest but the worlds fastest container crane
The 120000 square foot concrete deck and the 16 acre paved rear will provide storage for over 3600 40 foot containers
Commenting on the new Container Terminal J D Holt Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority said
There have been only three revolutionary changes in the history of shippingships built of wood to ships built of steel sail to steam and now cargo in containers It is unanimously agreed by all in the shipping industry that one port in the South Atlantic will emerge as the Container Port on the Southern Seaboard Savannah is the port
Holt added that The 4 million dollar decision on the part of the Authority is based upon a careful analysis of Savannahs unique position as related to other ports in the South Atlantic Of primary importance is the fact that Savannah handles substantially more general cargo than any other competing ports in the South Atlantic much of which can and will be containerized
Another key to the South Atlantics Container future and a prime factor in the Authoritys multimillion dollar decision is the fact that the Port of Savannah is located in the direct center of the South Atlantic range providing a vast natural hinterland funnel for containerized cargo at great savings to the shipper
And finally to wrap up the South Atlantics Container package officials of the Georgia Ports Authority have devoted many months of negotiations with leading steamship lines assuring a full schedule of container service to world ports
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The further expansion of U SJapan trade on a mutually beneficial basis and the roles the two nations can play as advocates of an Open World were the prime goals of the first Japanese Economic Mission to the Southern United States
The economic Mission of Japan to the Southern United States organized under the sponsorship of the Japanese Government is composed of leading members of Japans business and industrial community
The 15man group headed by Masao Anzai a leading figure in Japanese economics and industry and president of Showa Deko one of Japans largest integrated chemical companies arrived in the U S April 9th and spent the remainder of the month visiting in Austin Houston Dallas Oklahoma City New Orleans Atlanta Miami Washington D C and New York City
In a speech at the Governors Executive Mansion in Atlanta Mission leader Anzai said that the U S and Japan have developed a relationship of interdependence and added that the extraordinary growth of trade between the two countries demonstrates the soundness of the relationship
Last year he said U S imports increased to 4 billion and U S goods exported to Japan reached 35 billion Twoway trade in the Savannah customs zone alone totalled 368 million he said
During the groups Atlanta visit Deputy Mission Leader Koji Shindo Chairman of the Board of Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd flew to Savannah for an inspection of the Georgia Ports Authoritys facilities
Mr Shindo was accompanied on his flight to Savannah by GPA Executive Director J D Holt
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Mi ssion leader Anzai lower left addresses a group of Atlanta businessmen Below Mr Shindo is presented a key to the City of Savannah by Mayor J Curtis Lewis before touring port facilities as pictured in the lower right photo
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I am both proud and pleased to be in the company of men who are dedicated to the purpose of expanding trade between the nations of the world so that all mankind may enjoy a richer and fuller life and I am pleased to join with you as a member of the fraternity that makes this exchange of goods possible
This trip affords me a second visit to your beautiful country and my first opportunity to bring you greetings and best wishes from our Governor and all of the fine people of Georgia whom I represent here this evening
As I tour your country I am constantly confronted and constantly amazed by your miraculous industrial development but as I am engulfed in a dynamic and modern Japan I am also warmed and charmed by a wonderful people who have not forsaken their heritage and depth of purpose You have managed somehow to weave the traditions of a glorious past into a dynamic present for an unparalleled future
J D Holt
Executive Director
Georgia Ports Authority
Tokyo Reception March 11 1969
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Left to right Y Ariyoshi President NYK Line Makio Yamada Far Eastern Director GPA K Shindo Chairman MilsuiOSK Line J D Holt Executive Director GPA
S Moriyama Toyo Menka B N Hatton U S Maritime Administration Asst Rep Y Tanigawa Managing Director YS Lines M Yamada GPA
T Ogawa Senior Managing Director Japan Line Ltd R Tamaki MilsuiOSK Tokyo Branch Manager M Kosugi Manager Transport Ins Dept C Itoh Co Ltd N Hanyu C Itoh Co Ltd
M Hailori Pres Kawaski Steamship Co Ltd J D Holt M YamadaE Akita Managing Director MiisuiOSK Lines E Fujise Director Jetro
M Anzai President Showa Denko KK J D Holt M Yamada E Yamada Director World Trade Center Club Japan
Y Ariyoshi M Emori Managing Director Mitsubishi Shoji Kaisha Ltd H H Barger MinisterCounsellor of U S Embassy for Economic Commercial Affairs R Martin Stevenson U S Maritime Administration M Yamada
James Y Liu ChiefTraffic Dept China Merchants Steam Navigation Y Chang Mgr China Merchants Steam Navigation K Yasukawa Deputy G Mgr Liner Dept YS Line M Matsushita Mgr Liner Dept Japan Line Ltd
E Akita Y Tanigawa B N Hatton S Kikuchi V Pres NYK Line J D Holt I Togioka Sales Representative GPA Tokyo
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Industrial Revolution Slated for Georgias Colonels Island
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The enthusiasm of the citizens of Brunswick and surrounding counties for the new industrial project was evident by the large crowd that braved the noon day sun for the festivities
As the band played Ive Been Working on the Railroad A M Harris Sr President of the Colonels Island Railroad and Vice Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority drove home a Golden Spike initiating the beginning of construction of a 217 mile railroad to the Authoritys industrial tract on Colonels Island
The scene took place at Georgias newest railroad station Mydharris Georgia named in honor of Mr Harris who has devoted many years to the industrial development of Glynn Countys Colonels Island
During the official Spike Driving Ceremonies Harris stated Through the efforts of countless individuals and agencies the Colonels Island Railroad is now a reality This is the culmination of a dream of many years and a tribute to my colleagues and staff of the Georgia Ports Authority who envisioned the industrial potential of Colonels Island
The four million dollar project will be financed jointly by the Georgia Ports Authority and the Economic Development Administration of the U S Department of Commerce Construction is scheduled for completion in September 1970
The ultimate goal here is not to spend money but to develop and sustain citizen interest in the growth of this community J Gordon Berry Director of Southeast Area of EDA
Rupert L Murphy Interstate Commerce Commissioner This will not only be a joining of two separate lines of track but a marriage of steel rail to the s a new focal point for commerce between interior domestic markets and deep water ports served from this point
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In 1962 during the administration of Governor Ernest Vandiver funds were made available to the GPA to purchase the 7000 acre Colonels Island for 11 million dollars The property is one of the few remaining prime water oriented industrial sites on the Eastern seaboard
One of the speakers of the day was J Gordon Berry director of Southeast Area of the Economic Development Administration whose office is investing 2 million in the project Mr Berry told the audience When I first saw the concept I thought there appeared a classic example of how to invest the public effort or tax dollar
The ultimate goal here said Berry is not to spend money but to develop or sustain citizen interest in the growth of this community Brunswicks designation as a growth center is going to be a great benefit to adjoining counties noted Berry
Commissioner Rupert L Murphy U S Interstate Commerce Commission stated It is a pleasure for me to pay tribute to all who have worked so diligently to bring this project alive
To the new industries that will locate here and provide new employment opportunities for the untrained and unskilled and to offer professional careers to those who have the qualifications
To the businessmen whose infusion of millions of dollars of investment funds underscores their faith in this development
To the common carriers the backbone of our transportation system who will coordinate their operations with this new railroad line to provide fast and efficient service
To the people of Glynn County whose earnest desire to have this rail service to deep water terminals assures the success of this operation
Commenting on this latest GPA development Georgia Ports Authority chairman Robert Tharpe stated The completion of this project will achieve the number one goal of the Georgia Ports Authority in that our purpose for existence is to promote the economic wellbeing of the citizens of the state of Georgia It is our studied opinion that the construction of a railroad track to serve Colonels Island will have a pronounced effect upon the industrial development of the area provide many thousands of jobs for those living in the surrounding counties and accrue to the benefit of all
GPA chairman Robert Tharpe pulls out his CI RR ticket for Conduction Harris Below guests cool off after ceremonies at an old fashioned barbecue sponsored by the BrunswickGolden Isles Committee of 100
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me nrst sliipment of MooreMcCormacks new biweekly container service irom savai nail to Brazil Uruguay and Argentina This initial shipment originated from two Sout Uarohnai industries Fiber Industries of Greenville and Granileville Finishing Compan of Graniteville with Anderson Shipping Company and Savannah Overseas Forwardiiu inc acting as Foreign Freight Forwarders
Some of the individuals involved with this first container movement are picture above left to right Bill Tate terminal manager Nilson Motor Express Jack Dm rence president Durrence Transfer Co Charles Warner Representative Seaboar UjiRaihoadHarolcAngeIbcck regional maiiagerfooreMH
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The ninth annual Red Carpet Tour of Georgia April 9th through the 11th has gone down in the States archives as
RED
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one of the greatest industrial promotions of all times
The widely acclaimed event originated by the State Chamber in 1959 is designed to give executives of major industrial corporations a whirlwind aerial inspection of the State pinpointing new developments facts or facilities which could spur their interest in a Georgia branch plant
Beginning in Atlanta on the morning of April 9th the Red Carpet Tour party of some 80 visitors and hosts visited points of interest en route to an aircraft display and tour of LockheedGeorgia in Marietta After lunch the group enjoyed an aerial tour of North Georgia communities landing at Columbus
While in Columbus members of the Tour attended the Governors Dinner and were welcomed to the State by Governor Lester Maddox who said We are not looking simply for investorswe are looking for partners to share in our progress
After touring Columbus the visiting industrialists continued with an aerial survey of central and south Georgia with a stop for lunch in Valdosta
Late afternoon on the second day the group arrived in Savannah and boarded the Good Ship Waving Girl for a tour of the South Atlantics busiest harbor
After a delightful night in the Hostess City the visitors enplaned for Augusta to view that citys phenomenal industrial complex and a first hand look at a somewhat phenomenal golf matchmore commonly referred to as the Masters
Summing up this years tour Robert Tharpe Chairman of the Georgia Ports Authority who served as Chairman of the 69 Red Carpet Tour said The Red Carpet Tour is without a doubt the greatest single
industrial development stimulant ever conceived for any state The continued participation of top executives from the Nations Blue Chip industries on the tour is a tribute to our State Chamber of Commerce which has enforced a strict soft sell policy during the nine successful years of the Tour
Georgia is second to no other state in the nation in industrial potential our citizens have the incentive and knowhow and our state abounds in natural resources prime requisites for industrial development
The bringing together of these top industrialists with our 40 Georgia hosts who oin us each year is the most successful formula since an Atlanta druggist concocted CocaCola
All facets of the Tour our State our people our congenial Georgia Hosts and our State Chambers guidance provide an unbeatable combination for the future of Georgia
r I HE NEW MILL first of its kind in the Southeast features the latest Driam spiral weld pipe machine with production of up to 18000 tons of pipe annually Provisions are incorporated in the present design to triple capacity over a fiveyear period
Officials of the L B Foster Company expressed great satisfaction with the port location of the new mill at the Georgia Ports Authoritys Garden City Terminals which provides water rail or truck transportation outlets to all points in the South and overseas for their product
According to H F Ford Regional Vice President the mill is designed to manufacture specification pipe for the foundation piling market abrasive resistant pipe for slurry and dredge lines and AWWA waterline projects Equipment also being added will enable Foster to furnish pipe with flanges plates and lugs attached to meet customer requirements Specified lengths can be furnished with no limit on length except available transportation facilities
Sales for this new mill will be made through Fosters District Offices located in Atlanta Birmingham Nashville Orlando Charlotte and Ft Lauderdale C E Lawson will direct sales operations for the Atlanta Region
L B Foster Company is a national supplier of railroad products piling and construction materials and steel pipe The Southeast Region also operates pipe coating and wrapping plants in Atlanta Memphis and Charlotte
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More Fords in everyones future126 units from Bremen Germany arrived recently at the GPAs Garden City Terminal aboard the MS ARCHONTAS Commemorating the shipment for Ford were R A McGiboney Ford Service Representative Southeastern District from Tucker Ga Darnell McDaniel Ford Tractor Operations from Birmingham Michigan and Jim Evans Manager J C Lewis Tractor of Savannah
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Savannah District Army Engineers received a bid of 698850 from J L LaPorte Co Inc of Arlington Va for the apparent low bid on a plan of improvement for Brunswick Harbor at a bid opening held on June 5th The job calls for construction of a closure dam across upper East River which is the first phase of a plan for improving the hydraulic characteristics of the harbor as a means of reducing the annual cost of maintenance in the harbor The second phase to be let some time after completion of this contract will involve constructing a dike along Academy Creek and construction of a dam across Academy Creek to effect its closure
Georgia Governor Lester Maddox signs a proclamation designating May 1117 1969 as National Transportation Week Atlanta Transportation executives on hand for the ceremony were left to right D A Worrell General Electric Co Secretary National Defense Transportation Assoc Henry A Fahl Texas Gas Transmission Corp National President American Society of Traffic and Transportation Mrs Merle Baxter Southern Wood Preserving Co Georgia State Chairman NTW Robert E Hicks President Atlanta Chapter lCC Practitioners B Frank Bond Baltimore and Ohio RR Atlanta Chairman NTW Mrs Margie Brisendine GMAD Atlanta 2nd Vice President Womens Traffic and Transportation Club of Atlanta Claude Newman Georgia Ports Authority President Transportation Club of Atlanta Sam H Lloyd Georgia Ports Authority President Atlanta Chapter Delta Nu Alpha Transportation Fraternity
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Meets himself coming and going at Georgia ports where you too will find fast turnarounds If youre in the mood to shift to swifter port calls head for Georgia For more information on the Southeasts modern port facilities write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia
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Mormaccape jJlfi Robin StrachanAug 12
SOUTH AFRICA Beira Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques
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Gudvin LL South African MarineSmith 8c KellyJuly 18
African SunFarrell Southeastern MaritimeJuly 21
Mormaccove Robin StrachanJuly 29
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Alicante SPAIN Kordun Seaboard Mercantile J R Shipping Aug 10
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Beirut LEBANON Hellas Hellenic Stevens July 23
Kordun Horda Seaboard Mercantile Torm J R Shipping Southern Aug 10 Aug 12
Genoa ITALY Enrico Dandolo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime July 26
Haifa ISRAEL Zim Southern Aug 10
Qeshet Zim Southern Aug 16
Istanbul TURKEY Kordun Seaboard Mercantile J R Shipping Aug 10
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS Horda Torrn Southern Aug 12
Leghorn ITALY Enrico Dandolo Maritime 1 Julv 26

Le Havre FRANCE Tiber WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan July 30
Leixoes PORTUGAL Horda Torm Southern Aug 12
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Marseilles FRANCE Enrico Dandolo Sidarma Southeastern Maritime July 26
Piraeus GREECE Hellas Hellenic Stevens July 23
Kordun 1 Seaboard Mercantile J R Shipping Aug 10
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AstirRegent J R Shipping July 24
Gaasterdyk HollandAmerica HohensteinJuly 25
Hasselburg OS Southeastern Maritime July 25
American ForesterUnited States Strachan July 25
FinniraderFinnline Stevens July 2930
TiberWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachan July 30
KorendykHollandAmerica Hohenstein Aug 5
HilversumIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly Aug 7
GroiedykHollandAmerica Hohenstein Aug 22
Tripoli LIBYA
Hellas Hellenic 1 Stevens July 23
BremenBremerhaven GERMANY
American ForesterUnited Stales Strachan July 25
Valencia SPAIN
KordunSeaboard MercantileJ R Shipping Aug 10
Venice ITALY
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Aristoteles HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 16
Astir Regent J R Shipping July 24
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Gaasterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 25
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Groiedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Aug 22
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AstirRegent J R Shipping July 24
American ForesterUnited States Strachan July 25
Hasselburg OS Southeastern Maritime July 25
Gaasterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 25
TiberWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan July 30
KorendykHollandAmerica Hohenstein Aug 5
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Astir Regent J R Shipping July 24
Gaasterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein July 25
HasselburgOS Southeastern Maritime July 25
American ForesterUnited Stales StrachanJuly 25
TiberWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanJuly 30
KorendykHollandAmerica HohensteinAug 5
Hilversum Independent GulfSmith KellyAug 7
GroiedykHollandAmerica HohensteinAug 22
Bremen GERMANY
AristotelesHollandAmerica HohensteinJuly 16
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
AristotelesHollandAmerica HohensteinJuly 16
Welsh CityOS Southeastern MaritimeJuly 22
AstirH Regent J R ShippingJuly 24
Gaasterdyk HollandAmerica HohensteinJuly 25
HasselburgOS Southeastern MaritimeJuly 25
American ForesterUnited States StrachanJuly 25
FinniraderFinnline StevensJuly 2930
TiberWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 30
KorendykHollandAmerica HohensteinAug 5
HilversumIndependent GulfSmith Kelly Aug 7
GroiedykHollandAmerica Hohenstein Aug 22
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Kingston Port au Prince Puerto Cabello Maracaibo Port of Spain Georgetown Paramaribo
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and
Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Charleston CAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore Norfolk RAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland LAVINO SHIPPING CO Detroit INTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO
Koyal Merlands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
ANDERSON
SHIPPING COMPANY
2 Whitaker Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 9805 Phone 2339343
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Ship Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Am Australian Smith Kelly July 22
City of Hereford Am Australian Smith Kelly July 23
Persimmoncore Maritime Fruit Carriers J R Shipping July 26
Port Brisbane Port Strachan July 30
America Star Blue Star Southern July 31
African Lightning Farrell Southeastern Maritime Aug 2
Columbus Southern Aug 8
New York Star Blue Star Southern Aug 13
Cap Roca Columbus Southern Aug 25
Auckland AUSTRALIA
Port Brisbane Port Strachan July 30
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Cumberland Am Australian Smith Kelly July 22
City of Hereford Am Australian Smith Kelly July 23
Persimmoncore Maritime Fruit Carriers J R Shipping July 26
Port Brisbane Port Strachan July 30
America Star Southern July 31
African Lightning Farrell Southeastern Maritime Aug 2
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Aug 8
New York Star Blue Star Southern Aug 13
Cap Roca Columbus Southern Aug 25
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine Corregidor MCP Southeastern Maritime July 16
Phil Pres Osmena July 29
Philippine Rizal MCP Southeastern Maritime Aug 1
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Aug 12
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine Corregidor MCP Southeastern Maritime July 16
Phil Pres Osmena July 29
Philippine Rizal MCP Southeastern Maritime Aug 1
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Aug 12
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
City of Hereford Am Australian Smith Kelly July 23
Hong Kong HONG KONG
Philippine Corregidor MCP Southeastern Maritime July 16
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Export AgentAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 18
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 29
Taikyu Maru K Line StevensJuly 30
Philippine RizalMCP Southeastern MaritimeAug 1
Export AdventurerAm Export Isbrandisen Strachan Aug 2
Phil Pres MagsaysayHUnited Philippine SouthernAug 12
Export AmbassadorAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanAug 18
Tsuneshima Maru K Line StevensAug 25
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine CorregidorMCP Southeastern MaritimeJuly 15
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine SouthernJuly 29
Philippine RizalMCP 5 Southeastern MaritimeAug 1
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine SouthernAug 12
Inchon KOREA
Export AgentAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 18
Export AdventurerAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanAug 2
Export Ambassador Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanAug 18
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Export AgentAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 18
Export AdventurerAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanAug 2
Hai DahChina Merchants SouthernAug 9
Export AmbassadorAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanAug 18
Keelung FORMOSA
Export AgentJAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 18
Taikyu MaruK Line StevensJuly 30
Export AdventurerAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanAug 2
Hai DahChina Merchants SouthernAug 9
Export AmbassadorAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanAug 18
Tsuneshima MaruK Line Stevens Aug 25
Kobe JAPAN
Kohoh MaruJapan 4HohensteinJuly 18
Export AgentAm Export Isbrandisen StrachanJuly 18
Awajisan MitsuiO S K StrachanJuly 24
Boston MaruIN Y K StrachanJuly 28
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine SouthernJuly 29
Taikyu Maru K Line StevensJuly 30
Yamakimi MaruYamashitaShinnihonSmith KellyJuly 31
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandisen StrachanAug 2
4gHj CANDO
PEICON
J K Ebberwein
FOREIGN FREIGHT Or maybe youd like his fullname the Pelicontainer bird a rar and fine specimen of our newest ports service Thats right now Georgia ports are geared to handle containerized freight to and from foreign countries For the full story on Georgia shipping write J D Holt Executive Director Georgia Ports Authority
FORWARDER
FMC LIC NO 949 SUITE 2089 REALTY BUILDING P O Box 1039 Savannah Ga
P O BOX 2546PHONE 9122326184 SAVANNAH GEORGIA GEORGIA PORTS AUTHORITY
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Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
ShipSteamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Honolulu Maru
Saga MaruSt
Hai Dah
Phil Pres Magsaysay
Tosaharu Maru
Export Ambassador
Tsuneshima MaruH
MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 7
N Y K Strachan Aug 8
China Merchants Southern Aug 9
United Philippine Southern Aug 12
YamashitaShinnihon Smith Kelly Aug 15
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Aug 18
K Line 1 Stevens Aug 25
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Philippine CorregidorMCP Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres OsmenaUnited Philippine Southern
Philippine RizalMCP Southeastern Maritime
Phil Pres MagsaysayUnited Philippine Southern
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Cumberland
City of Hereford
Persimmoncore
Port Brisbane
America Star
African Lightning
Cap Vilano
New York Star
Cap Roca
Am AustralianSmith Kelly
Am AustralianSmith Kelly
Maritime Fruit CarriersJ R Shipping
Port BlipMStrachan
Blue Star Southern
Farrell Southeastern Maritime
Columbus Southern
Blue Star MMHiigMSouihern
Columbus Southern
Nagoya JAPAN
Kohoh Maru
Awajisan
Boston Maru
Taikyu Maru
Yamaldmi MaruH
Honolulu Maru
Saga Maru
Tosaharu Maru
Tsuneshima Maru
Japan
MitsuiO S K
N Y K
K Line
Y amashiiaShinnihon
MitsuiO S K
N Y K
Y amashiiaShinnihon K Line r
Hohenstein
Strachan
H Strachan
r Stevens
Smith Kelly
Strachan Wf Strachan Smith Kelly WHI Stevens
July 16 July 29 Aug 1 Aug 12
July 22 July 23 July 26 July 30 July 31 Aug 2 Aug S Aug 13 Aug 25
July 18 July 24 July 28 July 30 July 31 Aug 7 Aug 8 Aug 15 Aug 25
Sydney AUSTRALIA Cumberland Am Australian Smith Kelly July 22
City of Hereford Persimmoncore Port Brisbane Am Australian Maritime Fruit Carriers Port Smith Kelly J R Shipping Strachan July 23 July 26 July 30
America Star Blue Star Southern July 31
African Lightning Farrell Southeastern Maritime Aug 2
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Aug 8
New York Star Blue Star Southern Aug 13
Cap Roca Columbus Southern Aug 25
Yokohama JAPAN
Kohoh Maru
Export Agent
Awajisan
Boston Maru
Phil Pres Osmena
Taikyu Maru
Yamaldmi Maru
Export Adventurerdy
Honolulu Maru
Saga Maru
Hai Dahlia
Phil Pres Magsaysayj
Tosaharu Maru
Export Ambassador Tsuneshima Maru
Japan Hohenstein July 18
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan July 18
MitsuiO S K Strachan July 24
N Y K Strachan July 28
United Philippine Southern July 29
K Line Stevens July 30
YamashitaShinnihon Smith Kelly July 31
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Aug 2
MitsuiO S K Strachan 7
N Y K Strachan Aug 8
China Merchants Southern Aug 9
United Philippine Southern Aug 12
YamashitaShinnihon Smith Kelly Aug 15
Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Aug 18
K Line Stevens Aug 25
SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Copenhagen DENMARK
TiberJfeWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanJuly 30
Gdynia POLAND
TiberWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanJuly 30
Osaka JAPAN Export Agent Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan July 18
Awajisan MitsuiO S K Strachan July 24
Boston Maru N Y K Strachan July 28
Taikyu MaruLine StevensH July 30
Yamakimi MaruYamashitaShinnihonSmith KellyJuly 31
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Aug 2
Honolulu Maru MitsuiO S K Strachan Aug 7
Saga Maru N Y K Strachan Aug 8
Tosaharu Maru YamashitaShinnihon Smith Kelly Aug 15
Export Ambassador Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Aug 18
Tsuneshima Maru K Line I Stevens Aug 25
Pusan KOREA
Export Agent Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan July 18
Export Adventurer Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Aug 2
Export Ambassador Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Aug 18
Gothenburg SWEDEN
Tiber WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanJuly 30
Helsinki FINLAND
FinntraderFinnline StevensJuly 2930
TiberWilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachan July 30
Kotka FINLAND
FinntraderKviHiM4 Finnline StevensJuly 2930
Malmo SWEDEN
Tiber WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticStrachanJuly 30
Norrkoping SWEDEN
Tiber WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan July 30
Oslo NORWAY
TiberWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StrachanJuly 30
CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA
2 Adgers Wharf Phone RA 22921
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
Ocean Terminal Building Phone ADams 23151
BRUNSWICK GEORGIA
State Docks Building Phone 2657588
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
3226 Talleyrand Avenue Phone ELgin 57671
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
SHIP AGENTS STEVEDORES
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
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Ship
Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Stockholm SWEDEN
Tiber WilhelmsenSwed AtlanticSlrachanJuly 30
Turka FINLAND
Finnirader Finnline StevensJuly 3930
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Farida Norton
Salvador Ivaran
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran
Mormacpine MooreMcCormack
Svensksund Norton
Mormacrio r MooreMcCormack
Gudmundra Norton
Smith Kelly July 20
SouthernJuly 22
SouthernJuly 25
SlrachanAug 2
Smith ft KellyAug 3
SlrachanAug 23
Smith ft Kelly Aug 25
Montevideo URUGUAY
SalvadorI varan
Rio de JaneirofMHHIvaran
Mormacpine 1pMooreMcCormack
Mormacrio MooreMcCormack
SouthernJuly 22
SoulhernJpii July 25
SlrachanAug 2
SlrachanAug 23
Paranagua BRAZIL
MormacpineH19HL MooreMcCormack
Porto Alegre BRAZIL
FaridaNorton ML
Svensksund 9 Norton
GudmundraNorton
SlrachanAug 2
Smith Kelly July 20
Smith ft KellyAug 3
Smith KellyAug 25
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Ciudad de Valencia Venezuelan Smith Kelly July 16
Ladon Royal Netherlands Strachan July 25
Ciudad de Maracaibo Venezuelan Smith ft Kelly July 28
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan Aug 9
A Vessel Royal Netherlands Strachan Aug 22
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
Jason Royal Netherlands
Parathon Royal Netherlands
A Vessel Royal Netherlands
A Vesselc Royal Netherlands
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Ciudad de Valencia Venezuelan Smith Kelly July 1
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelan Smith KellyJuly 28
SlrachanJuly 18
SlrachanAug 1
SlrachanAug 15
SlrachanAug 29
Paramaribo SURINAM
Jason Royal Netherlands
ParathonRoyal Netherlands
A Vessel Royal Netherlands
A Vessel Royal Netherlands
SlrachanJuly 18
SlrachanAug 1
SlrachanAug 15
SlrachanAug 29
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Ciudad de ValenciaVenezuelan Smith ft Kelly
LadonRoyal Netherlands Slrachan
Ciudad de MaracaiboVenezuelan Smith ft Kelly
A Vessel1A Royal Netherlands Slrachan
A VesselRoyal Netherlands Slrachan
July 16 July 25 July 28 Aug 8 Aug 22
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Faridafl Norton Smith ft Kelly July 20
Salvador s varan S SouthernJuly 22
Rio de Janeiro Ivaran Southern July 25
Mormacpine MooreMcCormack SlrachanAug 2
SvensksundNorton Smith ft KellyAug 3
MormacrioMooreMcCormack Slrachan Aug 23
Gudmundra Norton Smith ft KellyAug 25
Santos BRAZIL
Farida Norton aMBaL Smith ft KellyJuly 20
Salvador jyaBSB Ivaran S Southern fJuly 22
Rio de JaneiroIIvaran SouthernJuly 25
MormacpineMooreMcCormack SlrachanAug 2
Svensksund Norton Smith ft KellyAug 3
MormacrioMooreMcCormack Strachan Aug 23
GudmundraRjfg Norton r Smith ft KellyAug 25
SOUTH AMERICA NORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
Jason fi Royal Netherlands SlrachanJuly 18
Parathon Royal Netherlands SlrachanAug 1
A Vessel Royal Netherlands SlrachanAug 15
A VesselRoyal Netherlands Slrachan Aug 29
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
JasonRoyal Netherlands SlrachanJuly 18
ParathonRoyal Netherlands S SlrachanAug 1
A Vessel Royal Netherlands BLH SlrachanAug 15
A Vessel Royal Netherlands SlrachanAug 29
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST 1
Arica Inca Tupac Yupanqui Peruvian State Southeastern M July 22
Balboa Inca Tupac Yupanqui Peruvian Stale Southeastern M July 22
Buenaventura Inca Tupac Yupanqui Peruvian State Southeastern M July 22
Callao Inca Tupac Yupanqui Peruvian State Southeastern M July 22
Cristobal Inca Tupac Yupanqui BPeruvian State Southeastern M July 22
Guayaquil
Inca Tupac YupanquiPeruvian Slate 1 Southeastern MJuly 22
SOUTHEASTERN
STEAMSHIP AGENTS i
MARITIME CO
STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 3140S
31 East Bav Street P Box 2747 912234B265
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 3SS01
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 943538201
SERVING
Canaveral Florida Fernandina Florida Jacksonville Florida Brunswick Georgia Savannah Georgia
Port Royal South Carolina Charleston South Carolina Georgetown South Carolina Wilmington North Carolina Morehead City North Carolina
AGENTS FOR
Alcoa Steamship Co
Brodin Lines Farrell Lines Insco Lines
Maritime Co of the Philippines Motorships Inc OzeanStinnes Line Saguenay Shipping Ltd Sidarma Line Wallenius Line West Coast Lines
JULYAUGUST 1969
25
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Matarani Inca Tupac Yupanqui Peruvian State Southeastern M July 22
Punta Arenas Inca Tupac Yupanqui Peruvian Slate Southeastern M July 22
Talcahuano Inca Tupac Yupanqui Peruvian State Southeastern M July 22
Valparaiso Inca Tupac Yupanqui Peruvian State Southeastern M July 22
SOUTH ASIA
Belawan MALAYA Hoegh Opal Hoegh Sirachan July 20
Hopoh Orchid Hoeah Sirachan Aua 20

Bombay INDIA
Flying Enterprize Am Export Isbrandlsen SirachanJuly 15
State of Madhya Pradesh S C I Smith Sc Kelly July 17
JalajyotiScindia Smith KellyJuly 18
Vishva PremS C I Smith KellyAug 3
Flying HawkAm Export Isbrandtsen SirachanAug 5
Vishva Sudha S C I Smith Sc Kelly Aug 8
Expeditor1Am Export Isbrandlsen SirachanAug 15
Vishva JyotiS C I Smith KellyAug 16
Calcutta INDIA
Flying EnterpriseAm Export Isbrandlsen Sirachan July 15
State of Madhya PradeshS C I Smith Kelly July 17
Jalajyoti Scindia Smith Sc Kelly July 18
Vishva PremS C I I Smith Sc KellyAug 3
Flying HawkAm Export Isbrandtsen SirachanAug 5
Markhor1CunardBrocklebank HohensieinAug 6
Vishva SudhaS C I Smith KellyAug 8
ExpeditorAm Export Isbrandtsen SirachanAug 15
Vishva JyotiS C I Smith Sc KellyAug 16
Chalna PAKISTAN
Flying EnterprizeAm Export Isbrandtsen
Flying HawkAm Export Isbrandtsen
MarkhorCunardBrocklebank
ExpeditorAm Export Isbrandtsen
Sirachan Sirachan Hohenstein Sirachan July 15 Aug 5 Aug 6 Aug 15
Sirachan July 15
Sirachan Aug 5
Hohenstein Aug 6
Sirachan Aug 15
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Flying EnterprizeAm Export Isbrandlsen
Flying Hawk Am Export Isbrandtsen
MarkhorCunardBrocklebank
Expeditor Am Export Isbrandtsen
Colombo CEYLON
MarkhorCunardBrocklebank
HohensteinAug 6
Karachi PAKISTAN
Flying Enterprize Am Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan July 15
Flying HawkAm Export Isbrandlsen SirachanAug 5
Expeditor Am Export Isbrandlsen SirachanAug 15
Ship
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Madras INDIA
Flying EnterprizeAm Export Isbrandlsen Sirachan
Slate of Madhya PradeshS C I Smith Kelly
Jalajyoti Scindia Smith Sc Kelly
Vishva PremIS C I Smith Kelly
Flying Hawk9Am Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan
MarkhorECunardBrocklebank i Hohensiein
Vishva SudhaS C I Smith Sc Kelly
ExpeditorAm Export Isbrandtsen Sirachan
Vishva JyotiS C I Smith Sc Kelly
Palembang INDONESIA
Hoegh OpalHoegh Sirachan
Hoegh OrchidHoegh Sirachan
Pandjang INDONESIA
Hoegh Opal Hoegh
Hoegh OrchidHoegh
Sirachan
Sirachan
July 15 July 17 July 18 Aug 3 Aug 5 Aug 6 Aug 8 Aug 15 Aug 16
July 20 Aug 20
July 20
Aug 20
July 20 Aug 20
July 20 Aug 20
July 20 Aug 20
July 20 Aug 20
Pedang INDONESIA
Hoegh OpalHoegh
Hoegh Orchid Hoegh
Sirachan
Sirachan
Penang MALAYA
Hoegh OpaLHoegh
Hoegh Orchid Hoegh
Sirachan
Sirachan
Port Swettenham MALAYA
Hoegh Opal Hoegh
Hoegh OrchidHoegh
Sirachan
Sirachan
Singapore SINGAPORE
Hoegh OpalHoegh
Hoegh OrchidHoegh
Sirachan
Sirachan
UNITED KINGDOM and IRELAND
Dublin IRELAND
Manchester FameManchester Smith Sc Kelly
MasirahCunardBrocklebank Hohensiein
ChindwaraICunardBrocklebank Hohenstein
July 27 Aug 2 Aug 29
Felixstowe ENGLAND
FinntraderFinnline StevensJuly 2930
Glasgow SCOTLAND
Masirah CunardBrocklebank HohensteinAug 2
Chindwara CunardBrocklebank HohensteinAug 29
Liverpool ENGLAND
MasirahCunardBrocklebank HohensieinAug 2
ChindwaraCunardBrocklebank HohensteinAug 29
Manchester ENGLAND
Manchester FarneManchester Smith 8c Kelly
MasirahCunardBrocklebank Hohensiein
ChindwaraCunardBrocklebank Hohenstein
July 27 Aug 2 Aug 29
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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Directory of Port Services
SHIPPING COMPANIES
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
206 East Bay Street2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
9 East Bay Street2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
405 Industrial Building2347367
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
2 Whitaker Building2339343
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminal Building2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939 CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
J W TARVER
Arcade Building 2348829
DONALD R WINTER
P O Box 20973 Atlanta 303208725309
STEVEDORES
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks 2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT
SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS
State Docks Garden City2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
COYLE LINES INCNew Orleans La
C G WILLIS INCPaulsboro N J
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
MERRY BROTHERSAugusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP 2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT CO2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO 2345309
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GATEWAY TRANSPORTATION CO2365734
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
Brunswick2652233
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC2366112
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic 2326159
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department 2323113
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD
Garden City Terminal2361561
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Brunswick Freight Office2652966
Regional Sales Manager2332431
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager2341388
Brunswick Freight Office2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City2362447
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
CITIZENS SOUTHERN
NATIONAL BANK Box 4292345101
LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK TRUSTBox 4902334111
SAVANNAH BANK
TRUST COBox 4892343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse East Bay Street DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marion Fairdoth Baker2324321
Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection Control
Charles P Simon2324321 Ext 264
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Brunswick
Marcus D Knight Federal Building 2651955 MARINE SECTION
Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine Officer 2324321 Ext 255
INSPECTIONAL SECTION
William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs Inspector2324321 Ext 205
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification Value
Frank E Heidt Jr2324321 Ext 265
ENTRY MINISTERIAL SECTION William D Wood Jr2324321 Ext 345
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE Room 206 Customhouse AGENT IN CHARGE
William F Hughes2324321 Ext 342
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS LABORATORY Room 211 Customhouse CHIEF CHEMIST
Homer L Strickland2324321 Ext 344
U S DEPT OF COMMERCE Savannah Field Office Room 235 Post Office Bldg
DIRECTOR
James W Mclntire2324321 Ext 204
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24hour answering service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Room 208 Customhouse INSPECTOR IN CHARGE J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE Area Extension Horticulture Room 8B Customhouse
OFFICER IN CHARGE
Henry Clay 2335927
AUXILIARY SERVICES
INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director
Charles Nelson 25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler East River St2342266
DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen 15 West Liberty 2322141 FINLAND
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646
FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton
Wilmington Island 8971969
GERMANY
F A O Bahre 20 East 48th2332011
ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero1127 East 50th 3550586 NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646 NORWAY
Peter Norboge 910 Savh Bk Bldg 2346671 SWEDEN
Peter Norboge 910 Savh Bk Bldg 2346671 VENEZUELA
Sr Jorge Manrique 140 Bull2341005
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Savannah is building a new
20acre container terminal
Savannah to feature Nations largest worlds fastest Container Crane
Savannah is midway between Norfolk and Miami
Savannah is now the largest general cargo port on the South Atlantic
Savannah will be South Atlantics leading Container Port
Savannah will be ready May 1970
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FIATA 69 UNITED FABRICATORS INC INTERSTATE PAPER VIA BRUNSWICK GEORGIA FOREIGN TRADE PORT NEWS VIEWS SAILING SCHEDULE PORT DIRECTORY
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OCEAN TERMINALSBRUNSWICK SAVANNAH
INLAND BARGE TERMINALS AUGUSTA BAINBRIDGE COLUMBUS
AUTHORITY MEMBERS
Robert H Tharpe Sr Atlanta Chairman
A M Harris Sr Brunswick Vice Chairman
Robert C Norman Augusta
Thomas M Johnson Sr Savannah
R E Hamilton Dalton
Hubert Dollar Bainbridge
Charles E Walker Columbus
Stanley M Karsman Savannah Attorney
ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF
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On your next Europeon trip dont be disappointed if you do not find a copy of our cover map at Cooks Tours
Quite frankly we wouldnt recommend the itinerary de picted to anyone but the pure transportation specialist
Its not a route for fun and games but if international trade is your thing turn to page 4 and see how our working mans tour put us on the map
J D Holt Savannah Executive Director
James I Newsome Jr Savannah Director of Operations
J Emmett Moylan Savannah Comptroller
Claude H Newman Atlanta Director of Traffic and Commerce
Walter Hauser New York Eastern Regional Manager
Fred Whelan Chicago Western Regional Manager
Laurence W Magrath Bonn Germany European Director
Makio Yamada Tokyo Japan Far Eastern Director
Jim Bisson Savannah Director of Public Relations Advertising
Official publication Georgia Ports Authority P O Box 2406 Savannah Georgia 31402 Telephone 9122361561 Advertising rates furnished on request
Georgia AnchorAge is published bimonthly and distributed third class mail to over 8000 readers All copy and pictures may be used by others however it would be appreciated if a credit line is given to The Georgia Ports Authority
EXECUTIVES
CORNER Our lead story this month deals with names the names of Larry Magrath
our European representative and his assistant and the names of the dozens of cities within Europe so familiar to them
J D HOLT
With reference to names there is always a degree of glamor attached to the names of cities overseas
To those of us here Paris and London together with such places as Dsseldorf Amsterdam Rotterdam Milan and Copenhagen to name just a few have a ring of excitement busy industrial cities all tinged with the glamor of far off places And of course to these must be added the names of places visited by our Far Eastern representatives such cities as Osaka Hong Kong and Taipei
And to our overseas representatives the vibrancy of New York Chicago Pittsburgh Detroit Cincinnati and Atlanta incorporate the interesting overtones of the unfamiliar
v So ones perspective depends somewhat upon where one is sitting be it in a quiet office in congenial Copenhagen or on a perilous perch in a Tokyo taxi whether in this country or overseas
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ABOVEEUROPORT CONTAINER TERMINAL ROTTERDAM
RIGHTPORT OF LE HAVRE
Before our office in Bonn was established six years ago even in European business circles the names Savannah and Atlanta were often geographically speaking vague conjuring up images of Gone With the Wind and the Old South Thanks to LARRY MAGRATH and his young assistant ULRICH SAUTER this is no longer true Traffic and export managers purchasing agents and international forwarders know the Georgia Ports Authority its traffic and trade missions and recognize the advantages of Savannah and Brunswick as the gateways to and from the Southeast and Middle West They are also aware of what our USA offices at Atlanta Chicago and New York are doing as efficient units of an enthusiastic team How has this been accomplished
Our office at Bonn on the Rhine is ideally located in the nearcenter of the Continent with easy and equidistant access to the main industrial areas A glance at the map shows this
Repeated personal contacts with the right people continual travel far and near energetic followup a measure of original advertising and good publicity including so far about two dozen audiovisual presentations in places as far distant from each other as Stockholm Sweden London and Birmingham England Vienna Austria and Turin Italy constitute the modus operandi Membership in all American Chambers of Commerce in Europe close contact with the four U S Trade Centers and the Commercial Officers of American Embassies and Consulates afford unlimited reservoirs of information Last but not least our Bonn personnel has fluent command of four languages an invaluable asset
The map front cover features the principal European ports with which we enjoy friendly contact These include Duisburg the largest inland port in Europe on the Rhine which great waterway with its tributaries bisects the Continent much as does our Mississippi and handles about 150 million tons of cargo annually in the port range between Rotterdam and Basle the Swiss terminal
The specific characteristics of European countries govern
the extent and frequency of our coverage Western Germany without a doubt has the greatest potential Bonn is conveniently near Duesseldorf which does the business of the highly concentrated Ruhr area and also to Frankfurt one of Europes great banking centers and a trade crossroads since the Middle Ages Businesswise Germany is far more decentralized than other countries cities like Hamburg Cologne Stuttgart Munich Nuernberg and Berlin each being a center in its own right
In the case of France and while industry is concentrated in the northeast as well as near Paris in the steel areas around Metz and at Lyons for chemicals most of the actual business is conducted in Paris head offices In the United Kingdom with big plants around London in the Midlands and in the North Country and southern Scotland again most of the business is done in London and where Britains automobile and related industries are concerned in Birmingham
In heavily populated Belgium together with Luxemburg specializing to name major products in steel and glass Brussels is the key also as headquarters of the European Common Market with Antwerp next in line as a port and manufacturing center Holland with its traditional windmills canals bulbs cheese and dairy products in the last decade has undergone truly astonishingly rapid industrialization with new plants many Americanowned springing up in former quiet rural areas
Switzerland an oasis of stability harbors the European headquarters of a number of big American firms mainly in Zurich Basle and Geneva the advantages of a central administrative location being selfevident
In Italy bustling Milan in the north as opposed to the Eternal City Rome is the undisputed business capital along with Turin Genoa and a few more regional cities not overlooking a relatively new industrial zone north of Venice and Trieste Italian exports are indeed remarkable and growing
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Austria with Vienna the impressive capital of an empire that belongs to history while a tourist mecca also has developing industries most of them controlled in Vienna In the case of the Scandinavian countries Denmark small with Copenhagen its business center is offset by Sweden with its for Europe great distances Stockholm and Gothenburg being the key cities and ports and Norway likewise with Oslo and Bergen not overlooking industrious Finland based on Helsinki Another area making its mark is the Iberian Peninsula comprising Portugal and Spain the latter with Barcelona its business metropolis Finally there is progress in Yugoslavia as evidenced by increasing service out of the Port of Rijeka
This summation conveys something of how our European representation can and does seek out new traffic for our ports not only in key cities but also in offline places based on research and keeping ones ear to the ground
Our many friends in Europe who enjoy reading AnchorAge are well aware of the continuing rapid expansion of Georgia Ports facilities including the new Savannah Bulk Terminal and the fact that new plants are moving to Brunswick resulting in the driving of the Golden Spike for the Colonels Island Railroad Last and highly significant is the keen anticipation in respect to the inauguration of our Savannah Container Terminal
Much has been done in Europe and more will be done Our travel lines better than words indicate how the Ports of Savannah and Brunswick are on the map in Europe
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Serving SAVANNAH and BRUNSWICK and serving them well
The 10200mile Southern Railway System connects Savannah and Brunswick with major population centers in the South and with all traffic gateways to the rest of the country
Southern innovations in equipment and service are designed to meet specific shipper needs with a dependable onemanagement transportation network that can save you time
money and trouble On your next import or export shipment ship Southernand see
In Savannah telephone 912 2341388 or write our Sales Office PO Box 2202 Savannah Ga
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The Georgia Ports Authority Begins an Ambitious Venture Into Bulk Handling of Multiple Products
Construction of the Georgia Ports Authoritys 9 million ultramodern two berth dry bulk handling facility is underway with completion scheduled for early 1971 The new facility will provide shippers unrestricted terminal performance The following material movements will be performed most of them simultaneously from ship to barge barge to ship railroad or truck from railroad and truck to storage or ship and from storage to ship railroad or truck
The major advance in the new bulk terminal will be that various products can be received and stored for later reclaiming and shipment The covered storage area will provide compartmented areas for some 30 grades of kaolin potash ammonium nitrate ammonium sulphate phosphate rock borate bauxite manganese ore alumina ilmenite titanium slag zirconium ore lithium ore etc The scope of the material handling problem is indicated by the size of the initial storage building which has a planned length in excess of 2500 feet The system includes provisions for multiple buildings of this size
The overall planning provides for an integrated system which will be able to unload store and reclaim these multiple products in various covered andor open storage areas
Due to the large number of products to be handled special attention has been devoted to reduce the possibility of contamination All material placed into storage has a small Free Drop to minimize dusting A movable curtain wall is provided to seal the kaolin area from other areas Washdown equipment is provided for cleaning and dust control equipment is to be installed along the conveyor systems The retrieval of stored material is accomplished by automated reclaimers which do not operate on the storage pile or floor nor is any auxiliary dozing equipment required
Since the terminal will be operated by The Georgia Ports Authority it will not impose any control of the shippers mode of transportation Therefore complete rail and truck loading and unloading facilities will be provided Indicative of the flexibility and performance of the arrangement is the fact that multiple products can be loaded or unloaded simultaneously and without regard to the type of carrier involved
The loading of ships and barges will be accomplished with a slewingbridge shiploader which will provide maximum ship coverage by using an elevating boom conveyor combined with a shuttling truss
The entire engineering and construction supervision of the bulk terminal is being performed by Soros Associates of New York New York and Robert and Company Associates of Atlanta Georgia who have combined their talents to provide Savannah and the people of Georgia with this valuable addition to its existing general cargo operations
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Am Broadway gibt es die tollsten Musicals die spritzigsten Theaterstcke und die interessantesten Ausknfte ber die Hfen Savannah und Brunswick
Am Broadway Nr 233 sitzen Experten der GPA Sie warten darauf whrend des FIATAKngresses von Ihnen mit heien Fragen bombardiert zu werden
Thema Ihre Fracht in den Sdosten und den Mittelwesten der USA
In den Antworten dieser Verkehrsfachleute werden Sie interessante Neuigkeiten ber den Hafen von Savannah zu hren bekommen S
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SAVANNAH UND BRUNSWICK Laurence W Magrath European Director Georgia Ports Authority
532 Bad GodesbergBonn Ruengsdorfer Strae 53 Germany Telefon Bad Godesberg 69344
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FIATA 69
11th WORLD CONGRESS
For the first time in its 43 year history the World Congress of FIATA was held at a location outside of Europe Over 800 representatives gathered at New York City September 29 through October 3 in the Eleventh World Congress of FIATA
This meeting was indeed an honor for the USA in that many of the FIATA member firms were making out bills of lading and dock receipts long before the discovery of America
All attending from both sides of the Atlantic agreed that FIATA 69 was an outstanding success and had much praise for the New York Committee for FIATA 69 which consisted of Walter J Mercer and Leonard M Shayne of the National Customs Brokers Forwarders Association of America Ted Przedpelski and Lloyd Snedeker of the New York Foreign Freight Forwarders Brokers Association and Clifford B OHara and Gerard G Gorman of The Port of New York Authority
As our advertisement in European trade papers facing page implies we were honored to meet with FIATA on Broadway as we are in Bonn West Germany Tokyo or Anywhere USA
Over 300 FIATA representatives attended the Georgia Ports Authoritys reception in New York affording us wonderful fellowship in many languages with the men of a dedicated and knowledgeable fraternity the foreign freight forwarder
Stateside FIATA 69 gave us a much better insight into the objectives of FIATA and strengthened our feelings that trade is the end result of good will among nations and that the Foreign Freight Forwarder provides in liberal proportions the ingredients of tact and diplomacy so necessary to expand commerce
FIATA the Federation des Associations de Transitaires or the International Federation of Forwarding Agents Associations is indeed a prestigious organization composed as it is of the historyencrusted freight forwarding organizations of Switzerland France Germany Great Britain Belgium Italy Sweden Denmark indeed all the countries of Europe including the Socialist Republics
Piciured above ai the Georgia Poris Authoritys FIATA reception are James I Newsome Jr GPA Director of Operations Maurice Thieulleni Chairman of the Board Le Havre Port Authority J D Holt Executive Director GPA Laurence W Magraih GPA European Director
AboveClaude Newman Director of Traffic Commerce GPA Frank Novak Italian Economy Corp and Joe Downing Asst Eastern Regional Manager GPA
BelowDowning Magrath Fred Wilde of Beiriebsmiitelkonlor GmbH Franz Zinssmeister President Continental Forwarding Inc NYC and Fred Whelan Western Regional Manager GPA
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United Fabricators a new industry located at the hub of a growing industrial area at Jackson South Carolina utilizes both Georgias inland and deep water ports moving goods to the international markets
Emblazoned across the business card of J E Brannon President of United fabricators Inc is the slogan We Ship by WATERRAILHIGHWAY Mr Brannon practices what he preaches as evidenced by the photos on these pages showing some of the eight specialized tanks shipped from United Fabricator s Jackson S C plant via the Georgia Ports Authoritys inland barge terminal at Augusta to the Suriname Aluminum Co in Suriname Paramaribo Brazil
The shipment consisted of two hydrochloric acid tanks one sulphuric acid tank one reactor tank two sand classifier overflow tanks one flash chamber tank and one hotwell tank
The largest was 18 feet in diameter by 20 feet long Size is hardly the most remarkable feature of the shipment however The single most unusual aspect of the tanks is that they are 100 per cent Xray high pressure vessels of a kind which only one other firm in the Southeast can build
This first international shipment was a highlight for United Fabricators Inc which was founded just four years ago in Jackson S C
The greatest part of United s business is in pressure piping and unfired pressure vessels The metal fabricating plant is considerably unique being the only one in the Southeast able to do some types of work For example United is the only firm in the Southeast qualified to build nuclear vessels
A good deal of the Companys success according to Brannon is due to the firm s fine mechanics and the machinery they were able to build
llil f Uniteds large pieces of automatic equipment were designed and built by United mechanics
United Fabricators Incorporated is a young company with plans for the future and enough experience to carry out these plans It is geographically located to serve an expanding industrial area and is capable of economical shipment to all industrial centers United Fabricators Incorporated is standing on the threshold of a growth period which in a few years will make it a giant among industries of its type
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Interstate Paper Corps sprawling 27 million kraft linerboard mill at Riceboro Georgia About 1000 tons of Interstate linerboard is shipped abroad each month through Georgia Ports
Interstate Paper Corp
One of the newest Georgia firms to enter the export field is Interstate Paper Corp of Riceboro a producer of kraft linerboard used in the manufacture of corrugated boxes
At the present time the mill is shipping an average of about 1000 tons of linerboard a month to overseas customers This is about 7 percent of the mills total production
Most of Interstate linerboard export about 70 percent goes to European countries Some also goes to South American countries Central National Corp of New York is export sales agent for Interstate
Linerboard earmarked for shipment abroad moves from Riceboro to the port cityusually Savannah or Brunswickfor loading aboard ship
The Interstate mill located 35 miles south of Savannah just off U S Highway 17 in Liberty County was completed last March at a cost of 27000000 It is served by the Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
The mill provides employment for almost 300 persons and has an annual payroll of 3000000
Georgia Ports Authoritys Brunswick terminal plays host to a full house of ships as Interstate Paper is loaded for export
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The fourth annual Georgia Trade Conference was highlighted by a distinguished panel of traffic experts who thoroughly covered international marketing as viewed by industrial distribution executives government officials trade pro 4 moters and motor forwarder and airline officials the financial resources available to the international trader and the impact international trade is having on the state of Georgia
The principal speaker was Maitland S Pennington now with the Washington consulting firm of Muller Fox and Pennington but recently the chief of the Maritime Administrations Office of Maritime Promotion Mr Pennington had some words of warning for those who count on hardware alone in an effort to win container business
If Savannah he said is to win the race to become the South Atlantics leading container port the entire communityand possibly the entire state of Georgia must become involved in offering outstanding services to shippers Facilities he added are not enough
Rather continued Mr Pennington Savannah has an obligation to provide the best auxiliary services to go along with its new container facility In fact he said the entire community must realize that it is in competition with other communities
Bankers must recognize they are competing with bankers in other cities he said and this goes for insurance men freight forwarders truckers and railroad officials All must support the port Savannah can take a prominent role in future shipping if the community supports the Georgia Ports Authority here and works to provide outstanding shipping services tying in land modes of transportation and related services
Even though hardware might not be the sole answer according to Mr v Pennington the Georgia Ports Authority is more than a little proud of the cargohandling hardware it has managed to accumulate since it was incorporated in 1945 The management construction and sales efforts mounted by the authority were discussed by Jim Bisson director of public relations for the authority
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Seventeen years ago Mr Bisson noted the GPA began life without a single deepwater berth Since then it has acquired or built 24 deepwater berths 3 million square feet of commercial warehousing space and six 35ton heavy lift gantry cranes It also maintains overseas sales offices at Bonn and in Tokyo as well as domestic sales offices at Chicago New York City and of course Atlanta the transportation hub of the Southeast
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To date the results of the Georgia Ports Authoritys Patterns for Progress borders on the fantastic especially when you consider that we have been in the port business for only 17 years We handle over 65000 trucks a year We rank tenth in the nation in rail cars handled for importexport We are the largest general cargo port on the South Atlantic
Future Plans
But recent and upcoming developments promise even greater success for Georgia ports said Mr Bisson
Last June construction was started on a 45 million railroad line running to the Georgia Ports Authoritys huge new industrial tract at Colonels Island just south of Savannah at Brunswick
These steel ribbons Mr Bisson said will serve as a fuse to ignite the hottest deepwater industrial site on the South Atlantic Two new industries are already committed to the Island which has tremendous potential to become the site of one of the largest chemical complexes in the Southeast
The port authority also is deep into negotiations for the construction of a 9 million bulk handling facility to be built on recently acquired property adjacent to Savannahs Garden City Terminals
Container Facility
Of more immediacy however is the port authoritys container facility goals Mr Bisson announced that the GPAs 45 million container terminal at Savannah will be in operation by May of next yeargiving he said Savannah a twoyear lead over other South Atlantic ports planning containerhandling facilities
This new terminal he added will feature the nations largest and fastest container crane This terminal will provide complete facilities for truck and rail including double rail marginal tracks with provisions for a third which will permit handling containers directly to or from rail cars The highspeed container crane will have a capacity of 90000 pounds at an extended reach of 1135 feet either seaward or landward
The 120000 square foot concrete deck and a 16acre paved area will provide storage for over 3600 fortyfoot containers
Gentlemen the construction of this facility will answer a question which has been plaguing shipping and traffic people for years Which port will be THE container port of the South Atlantic
The answer is SAVANNAH and the answer is based on factsnot fiction
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1969

L Haber International Transportation Manager Monsanto Co Textiles Division
Charles P Simon Asst District Director Bureau of Customs

Dave Knight Area Cargo Sales Manager Pan American Airways Inc
George T Harig Vice President Mohegan International Corp
R M Trippe District Manager Moss Trucking Company

E E Schnellbacher Assistant Director Bureau of International Commerce U S Department of Commerce Panel Moderator
R W Bledsoe Distribution Manager L B Foster Company
J F Volta President Voiam International Co
Maitland S Pennington Consultant Muller Fox and Pennington Former Chief Office of Maritime Promotion
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Frank Tony Heidt Jr left has recently purchased the firm of Joseph Craig and Company Customhouse Brokers and Foreign Freight Forwarders Mr Heidt was formerly the Assistant District Director Classification and Value
U S Customs Savannah Ga His nine years Customs experience included work as an Import Specialist with the Appraiser of Merchandise San FranciscoCalifornia Mr Heidt is a native Savannahian and a graduate of Emory University Mr Craig right who has 43 years service with the Bureau of Customs and 13 years as a Customhouse broker and freight forwarder will remain with
the firm as a consultant The company will operate under its present name
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Brigadier General Edwin B Owen Commander Eastern Area Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service EAMTMTS has been promoted from the rank of Colonel in ceremonies held recently in his Brooklyn headquarters The stars signifying the Generals new rank were pinned on his shoulders by Major General Clarence J Lang Commander Military Traffic Management and Terminal Service parent organization of Eastern Area General Owen who assumed command of the farflung triservice staffed EAMTMTS last October is responsible for operating military ocean terminals controlling passenger and cargo movements and furnishing traffic management for military services in Eastern and Midwestern portions of the United Slates
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Colonel John S Egbert Savannah District Engineer for the U S Army Corps of Engineers has announced the assignment of Major Leslie T Wiger as Savannah Districts new Deputy District Engineer He replaces Major F Smalley who has been reassigned to Vietnam Major Wiger hails from Brooklyn New York He was commissioned as 2nd Lt in the U S Army Corps of Engineers upon graduation from City College
New York in 1957 where he received his BS degree in electrical engineering He also holds a Masters Degree in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri at Rolla He has completed the Engineer Officers Basic Course and the Career Course for Engineer Officers at Fort Belvoir Va
Col John S Egbert Savannah District Engineer for the U S Army Corps of Engineers and members of his staff are pleased with the plaque presented to them by the Augusta Port Authority The Corps of Engineers was cited not only for their unswerving
devotion to the comprehensive development of the Savannah River Basin and the other resources of our country but also for being scrupulously honest capable and impartial in all dealings and always alert and courageous in protecting the interests of the public Left to right are Major Leslie T Wiger Deputy District Engineer Virginia L Kauble Technical Liaison Officer Bill Clarkson Asst Chief Operations Div Joseph F Frewer Chief Oprs Div C C Brown Chief Planning Branch W T Moore Chief Engineering Div and Col Egbert seated
Fast and frequent service from all leading Gulf ports to Europe
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to go with our deepwater port and ittXMcre industrial island Cofoneis j Siam at Brunswick wilt have its own 4 nniiibn railroad by September 1970 to conoect with the main tracks of the Seaboard Coast Line Your railroad if yaur plant is here But of course the Choc jfttes o first Be first Write 4 0Holt Executive Director
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HANSEN TIDEMANN INC 405 Industrial Building P O Box 8145 31402 Tel 2338103 HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO 24 Drayton Street P O Box 2468 31402 Tel 2342621 MERRY SHIPPING CO 415 Masonic Building P O Box 1474 Augusta Georgia 30903 Tel PArk 26831 SAVAGEHARRINGTON INC
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SMITH KELLY CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2323151 SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO 310 East Bay Street P O Box 2088 31402 Tel 2348265 SOUTHERN SHIPPING CO Ocean Terminal Building P O Box 1805 31402 Tel 2325335 STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO 26 East Bay Street P O Box 1468 31402 Tel 2338131 STRACHAN SHIPPING CO Savannah Bank Building P O Box 9667 31402 Tel 2346671 J R SHIPPING CO 9 East Bay Street P O Box 9833 31402 Tel 2322129
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AFRICA
EAST AFRICA Mombasa Tanga Zanzibar Dar es Salaam
African MercuryFarrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 9
SOUTH AFRICA Beira Capetown Port Elizabeth East London Durban Lourenco Marques
MormaclakeRobin StrachanNov 4
GenieSouth African MarineSmith KellyNov 6
African DawnFarrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 11
MahoutCunardBrocklebank HohensteinNov 16
MormaccapeRobin StrachanNov 18
S A Weltevreden South African Marine Smith KellyNov 20
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic StevensNov 22
African Moon Farrell Southeastern MaritimeNov 25
Mormacglen Robin StrachanDec 2
Markhor CunardBrocklebank HohensteinDec 6
African Mercury Farrell Southeastern MaritimeDec 9
Abidjan WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanNov 9
DunkwaChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanNov 29
Cotonou WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanNov 9
DunkwaChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanNov 29
Dakar WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanNov 9
DunkwaChargeurs RE DempsterStrachanNov 29
Douala WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE Dempster
DunkwaChargeurs RE Dempster
Strachan
Strachan
Nov 9 Nov 29
Freetown WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE Dempster
DunkwaChargeurs RE Dempster
Strachan
Strachan
Nov 9 Nov 29
LagosApapa WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE Dempster
DunkwaChargeurs RE Dempster
Strachan
Strachan
Nov 9 Nov 29
Libreville WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE Dempster
DunkwaChargeurs RE Dempster
Strachan
Strachan
Nov 9 Nov 29
Lome WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE Dempster
Dunkwa Chargeurs RE Dempster
Strachan
Strachan
Nov 9 Nov 29
p o box 128
Ship
Savannah Ga 31402
Steamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Monrovia WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE Dempster
DunkwaChargeurs RE Dempster
StrachanNov 9
StrachanINov 29
Pointe Noire WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE Dempster
DunkwaChargeurs RE Dempster
StrachanNov 9
StrachanNov 29
Port Gentil WEST AFRICA
Dixcove Chargeurs RE Dempster
Dunkwa X Chargeurs RE Dempster
StrachanNov 9
StrachanNv 29
Tema WEST AFRICA
DixcoveChargeurs RE Dempster
DunkwaChargeurs RE Dempster
Strachan
Strachan
Nov 9 Nov 29
THE CARIBBEAN
Aruba NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
MaronLRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 14
Chiron Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 28
Curacao NETHERLANDS ANTILLES
Maron Royal Netherlands StrachanNov 14
ChironjigRoyal Netherlands StrachanNov 28
Kingston JAMAICA
Kreon
NordiaJ
A Vessel
Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands Royal Netherlands
StrachanNov 7
StrachanNov 21
StrachanDec 5
Port au Prince HAITI
Kreon Royal Netherlands
NordiaRH Royal Netherlands
A VesselRoyal Netherlands
StrachanNov 7
StrachanNov 21
StrachanDec 5
Port of Spain TRINIDAD
MaronRoyal Netherlands
ChironRoyal Netherlands
StrachanNov 14
Strachan Nov 28
San Juan PUERTO RICO
Barge ManilaGatco
StevensDec 1
COASTWISE
MERRY SHIPPING COMPANY
Service on Call
Tank Barges and Bulk Contract Cargo Between Savannah and Augusta Georgia
MEDITERRANEAN
Ashdod ISRAEL
Orient ExplorerZim
Qeshei MBt Zim
Mazal Hi Zim
Southern
Southern
Southern
Nov 8 Nov 26 Dec 6
AshdodKishon ISRAEL
Zoella LykesLykes Brothers
StrachanNov 10
Barcelona SPAIN
Alice TormTorm
Thyra Torm Torm
Solon Turman Lykes Brothers
Southern
Southern
Strachan
Nov 9 Nov 26 Dec 5
Beirut LEBANON
Alice TormTorm
Thyra TormTorm
ItaliaHellenic
Livorno Hellenic
Southern Southern Stevens Stevens
Nov 9 Nov 26 Dec 3 Dec 11
Derince TURKEY
Zoella LykesLykes Brothers
StrachanNov 10
Denotes Via Transshipment RDenotes Reefer Space TDenotes Tank Space P Denotes Passenger
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1969
21
ShipSleamship LineAgency Sailing Dale
Genoa ITALY
PulaJugolinija Smith KellyNov 8
Lorenzo Marcello Sidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 4
Solon TurmanLykes Brothers StrachanDec 5
Haifa ISRAEL
Orient ExplorerZim SouthernNov 8
QeshetZim SouthernNov 26
MazalZim SouthernDec 6
Iskenderun TURKEY
Zoella LykesLykes Brothers StrachanNov 10
Solon TurmanLykes Brothers Strachan skDec 5
Istanbul TURKEY
Zoella LykesLykes Brothers StrachanNov 10
Solon TurmanLykes Brothers StrachanDec 5
Izmir TURKEY
Zoella LykesLykes Brothers StrachanNov 10
Kishon ISRAEL
Solon TurmanLykes Brothers StrachanDec 5
Las Palmas CANARY ISLANDS
Alice TormTorm SouthernNov 9
Thyra Torm sjTorm SouthernNov 26
Leghorn ITALY
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 4
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Dale
Salonica GREECE
ItaliaHellenic StevensDec 3
LivornoHellenic StevensDec 11
Savona ITALY
TriglavJugolinija Smith Sc KellyNov 15
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 4
Split YUGOSLAVIA
ZadarJugolinija Smith KellyNov 14
Tenerife CANARY ISLANDS
Alice TormTorm SouthernNov 9
Thyra TormTorm SouthernNov 26
Tripoli LIBYA
ItaliaHellenic StevensDec 3
Livorno4LHellenic StevensDec 11
Tunis TUNISIA
Zoella LykesLykes Brothers StrachanNov 10
Solon TurmanLykes Brothers StrachanDec 5
Venice ITALY
PulaJugolinija Smith KellyNov 8
ZadarJugolinija Smith Sc KellyNov 14
TriglavJugolinija Smith KellyNov 15
Leixoes PORTUGAL
Alice Torm Torm
Thyra TormTorm
Lisbon PORTUGAL
Alice TormTorm
Thyra TormTorm
SouthernNov 9
SouthernNov 26
SouthernNov 9
Southern Nov 26
Marseilles FRANCE
TriglavJugolinija Smith Sc KellyNov 15
Lorenzo MarcelloSidarma Southeastern Maritime Dec 4
Naples ITALY
Solon TurmanLykes Brothers
Piraeus GREECE
PulaSJugolinija
ItaliaHellenic
LivornoHellenic i
Rijeka YUGOSLAVIA
PulaJugolinija
ZadarJugolinija
StrachanDec 5
Smith Sc KellyNov 8
Stevens Dec 3
Stevens Dec 11
Smith KellyNov 8
Smith Sc Kelly Nov 14
NORTH CONTINENTAL EUROPE
Amsterdam NETHERLANDS
TeneriffaIndependent Gulf
Grebbedyk HollandAmerica
ItlersumIndependent Gulf
A VesselRegent
GaasterdykHollandAmerica
Kloosterdyk HollandAmerica
Antwerp BELGIUM
LutjenburgOS Southeastern MaritimeNov 4
Teneriffa Independent Gulf Smith Kelly Nov 4
American Forester United States Strachan Nov 8
Talisman WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Nov 13
Grebbedyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Nov 15
Schauenberg OS Southeastern Maritime Nov 15
ItlersumIndependent Gulf Smith Sc Kelly Nov 25
SyllumOS Southeastern Maritime Nov 26
A VesselRegent J R Shipping Nov 29
Gaasterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein Dec 2
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Strachan Dec 2
Smith Kelly Nov 4
HohensteinNov 15
Smith Sc KellyNov 25
J R Shipping Nov 29
HohensteinDec 2
Hohenstein Dec 13
Fast regular cargo service
From Savannah
EVERY TWO WEEKS to Aruba Curacao La Guaira Kingston Port au Prince Puerto Cabello Maracaibo Port of Spain Georgetown Paramaribo
Accepting Cargo on Transshipment Bills of Lading to other Caribbean destinations
Agents
Savannah Jacksonville Miami also Cincinnati Memphis Atlanta Chicago St Louis and
Kansas City STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
CharlestonCAROLINA SHIPPING COMPANY
Baltimore NorfolkRAMSAY SCARLETT CO
Philadelphia Pittsburgh Cleveland LAVINO SHIPPING CO Detroit INTERNATIONAL GREAT LAKES SHIPPING CO
Royal ftelherlands Steamship Company
25 Broadway New York N Y 10004
SHIPPING COMPANY
2 Whitaker Building Savannah Georgia
Foreign Freight Brokers and Forwarders
CABLE ANSHIPCO TWX 9123541001 TELEX 546428
P O BOX 9805 Phone 2339343
22
GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Bremen GERMANY
Lutjenburg
Teneriffa
American Forester Talisman Grebbedyk Schauenberg
Itlersum
Syllum
A Vessel
Gaasierdyk
Vingaholm
Kloosierdyk
OS Southeastern Maritime
Independent Gulf Smith Kelly
United States Sirachan
WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
HollandAmerica Hohenstein
OS Southeastern Maritime
Independent Gulf Smith Kelly
OS Southeastern Maritime
Regent J R Shipping
HollandAmerica Hohenstein
WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
HollandAmerica Hohenstein
Nov 4 Nov 4 Nov 8 Nov 13 Nov 15 Nov 15 Nov 25 Nov 26 Nov 29 Dec 2 Dec 2 Dec 13
Bremerhaven GERMANY
American ForesterUnited Stales
Hamburg GERMANY
Lutjenburg Teneriffa
American Forester
Talisman
Grebbedyk
Schauenberg
Ittersum
Syllum
A Vessel Gaasterdyk Vingaholm Kloosterdyk
OS Southeastern Maritime Nov
Independent Gulf Smith KellyNov
United Stales Sirachan
WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan HollandAmerica Hohenstein
OS Southeastern Maritime
Independent Gulf Smith Kelly
Nov 8 Nov 13 Nov 15 Nov 15 Nov 25
OS Southeastern MaritimeNov 26
Regent J R ShippingNov 29
HollandAmerica HohensteinDec 2
WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanDec 6
HollandAmerica HohensteinDec 13
Le Havre FRANCE
Talisman
Grebbedyk
Gaasterdyk
Vingaholm
Kloosterdyk
WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan HollandAmerica Hohenstein
HollandAmerica Hohenstein
WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
HollandAmerica Hohenstein
Nov 13 Nov 15 Dec 2 Dec 2 Dec 13
Rotterdam NETHERLANDS
LutjenburgOS Southeastern Maritime
TeneriffaIndependent Gulf Smith Kelly
American ForesterUnited Stales Sirachan
Talisman WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
GrebbedykHollandAmerica Hohenstein
Schauenberg OS Southeastern Maritime
Ittersum Independent Gulf Smith Kelly
Syllum OS Southeastern Maritime
A Vessel Regent J R Shipping
Gaasterdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan
Kloosierdyk HollandAmerica Hohenstein
Nov 4 Nov 4 Nov 8 Nov 13 Nov 15 Nov 15 Nov 25 Nov 26 Nov 29 Dec 2 Dec 2 Dec 13
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PACIFIC
Adelaide AUSTRALIA
Canterbury Star Blue Star Southern Nov 3
Port Montreal Port Strachan Nov 4
Piako Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 9
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 14
Lemoncore Maritime Fruit Carriers J R Shipping Nov 14
Caledonia Star Blue Star Southern Nov 17
Port Nelson Port Sirachan Nov 18
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 25
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Nov 28
City of Adelaide Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 1
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 7
Auckland NEW ZEALAND
City of Auckland Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 30
Brisbane AUSTRALIA
Canterbury Star Blue Star Southern Nov 3
Port Montreal Port Strachan Nov 4
Piako Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 9
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 14
Lemoncore Maritime Fruit Carriers J R Shipping Nov 14
Caledonia Star Blue Star Southern Nov 17
Port Nelson Port Sirachan Nov 18
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 25
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Nov 28
City of Adelaide Am Australian Smith Kelly Dec 1
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 7
Cebu PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Zamboanga MfP Southeastern Maritime Nov 4
Philippines United Philippine Southern Nov 6
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Nov 8
Philippine Corregidor MCP Southeastern Maritime Nov 17
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Nov 21
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 30
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern Dec 11
Davao PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Zamboanga MCP Southeastern Maritime Nov 4
Philippines United Philippine Southern Nov 6
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Nov 8
Philippine Corregidor MCP Southeastern Maritime Nov 17
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Nov 21
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 30
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern Dec 11
V with porti erethe an authi in Georg only ra rity in ia ilroad ivery
A ports ind in me than an ire Southeast yone
Georgia Florida So Carolina No Carolina
Augusta Fernandina Georgetown Wilmington
Savannah Jacksonville Charleston Leland
Brunswick Port Laudania Port Royal
Kings Bay St Marys Port Everglades Miami Virginia SQL
Bainbridge Boca Grande Hampton Roads SEABOARD COAST UNE
Columbus Tampa Richmond
St Marks Hopewell RAILROAD
See your SCL agent or ontact Ray E Manning Mgr Port Sales Jacksonville Florida 32202
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1969
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Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Dale
Ship
Steamship Line
Agency Sailing Date
Dunedin NEW ZEALAND
City of Auckland Am Australian Smith Sc KellyNov 30
Fremantle AUSTRALIA
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith KellyNov 14
City of Adelaide Am Australian Smith KellyDec 1
Hong Kong HONG
Zamboanga Philippines Phil Pres Garcia
Singapore Pride
Export Challenger Philippine Corregidor Phil Pres Osmena Nevada Maru
Phil Pres Magsaysay
Export Builder
Phil Pres Quirino
KONG
MCP Southeastern
United Philippine
United Philippine
K Line
Am Export Isbrandtsen
MCP Southeastern
United Philippine
K Line
United Philippine
Am Export Isbrandtsen
United Philippine
Maritime Nov 4
Southern Nov 6
SouthernNov 8
Stevens Nov 9
StrachanNov 9
MaritimeNov 17
SouthernNov 21
StevensNov 24
SouthernNov 30
StrachanDec 7
SouthernDec 11
Iloilo PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Zamboanga Philippines Phil Pres Garcia Philippine Corregidor Phil Pres Osmena Phil Prs Magsaysay Phil Pres Quirino
MCP Southeastern MaritimeNov 4
United Philippine SouthernNov 6
United Philippine SouthernNov 8
MCP Southeastern MaritimeNov 17
United Philippine SouthernNov 21
United Philippine Southern Nov 30
United Philippine SouthernDec 11
Inchon Keelung Hong Kong Kaohsiung
Export ChallengerAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanNov 9
Export BuilderAm Export Isbrandtsen StrachanDec 7
Kaohsiung FORMOSA
Hai Hsin China Merchants SouthernNov 14
Export Challenger Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanNov 9
Export Builder Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 7
Keelung FORMOSA
Singapore Pride Export Challenger Hai Hsin Nevada Maru Export Builder
K Line Stevens Nov 9
Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanNov 9
China Merchants SouthernNov 14
K Line Stevens Nov 24
Am Export Isbrandtsen StrachanDec 7
Kobe JAPAN
Philippines Hakonesan Maru Phil Prs Garcia Saga Maru Singapore Pride Export Challenger Hai Hsin
Cornish City
Phil Prs Osmena
Sapporo Maru
Nevada Maru Phil Prs Magsaysay Export Builder Phil Prs Quirino
United Philippine
MiisuiOSK
United Philippine
N Y K
K Line
Am Export Isbrandtsen China Merchants YamashiiaShinnihon United Philippine
N Y K
K Line United Philippine Am Export Isbrandtsen United Philippine
Southern
Strachan
Southern
Strachan
Stevens
Strachan
Southern Smith Kelly
Southern
Strachan
Stevens
Southern
Strachan
Southern
Nov 6 Nov 7 Nov 8 Nov 8 Nov 9 Nov 9 Nov 14 Nov 17 Nov 21 Nov 21 Nov 24 Nov 30 Dec 7 Dec 11
Lyttelton NEW ZEALAND
City of Auckland Am Sc Australian Smith Kelly
Nov 30
Manila PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
Zamboanga MCP Southeastern MaritimeNov 4
Philippines United Philippine SJtfJ SouthernNov 6
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine SouthernNov 8
Philippine Corregidor Phil Pres Osmena Phil Pres Magsaysay Phil Pres Quirino
MCP Southeastern MaritimeNov 17
United Philippine Southern Nov 21
United Philippine Southern Nov 30
United Philippine SouthernDec 11
Melbourne AUSTRALIA
Canterbury Star Blue Star Southern Nov 3
Port Montreal Port Strachan Nov 4
Piako Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 9
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith Sc Kelly Nov 14
Lemoncore Maritime Fruit Carriers J R Shippinct Nov 14
Caledonia Star Blue Star Southern Nov 17
Port Nelson Port Strachan Nov 1
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern
City of Adelaide Am Australian Smith Sc Kelly Dec 1
Nagoya JAPAN
Hakonesan Maru MitsuiOSK Strachan Nov 7
Saga Maru N Y K Strachan Nov 8
Singapore Pride K Line Stevens Nov 9
Cornish City Y amashitaShinnihon Smith Kelly Nov 17
Sapporo Maru N Y K Strachan Nov 21
Nevada Maru K Line Stevens Nov 24
Napier NEW ZEALAND
City of Auckland Am Australian Smith Sc Kelly Nov 30
Osaka JAPAN
Hakonesan Maru MiisuiOSK Strachan Nov 7
Saga Maru N Y K Strachan Nov 8
Singapore Pride K Line Stevens Nov 9
Export Challenger Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 9
Cornish City YamashiiaShinnihon Smith Kelly Nov 17
Sapporo Maru N Y K Strachan
Nevada Maru K Line Stevens Nov 24
Export Builder Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 7
Pusan KOREA
Export Challenger Am Export Isbrandtsen 1 Strachan Nov 9
Exnort Builder Am Exnort Isbrandtsen Strachan Der 7

Sydney AUSTRALIA
Canterbury Star Blue Star Southern Nov 3
Port Montreal Port Strachan Nov 4
Piako Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 9
City of Canberra Am Australian Smith Sc Kelly Nov 14
Lemoncore Maritime Fruit Carriers J R Shipping Nov 14
Port Nelson 1 Port Strachan Nov 18
Austral Patriot Farrell Southeastern Maritime Nov 25
Cap Vilano Columbus Southern Nov 28
City of Adelaide Am Australian Smith Sc Kelly Dec 1
African Neptune Farrell Southeastern Maritime Dec 7
Wellington NEW ZEALAND
City of Auckland Am Australian Smith Kelly Nov 30
Yokohama JAPAN
Philippines United Philippine Southern Nov 6
Hakonesan Maru MitsuiOSK Strachan Nov 7
Phil Pres Garcia United Philippine Southern Nov 8
Saga Maru N Y K Strachan Nov 8
Singapore Pride K Line Stevens Nov 9
Export Challenger Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Nov 9
Hai Hsin China Merchants Southern Nov 14
Cornish City YamashitaShinnihon Smith Sc Kelly Nov 17
Phil Pres Osmena United Philippine Southern Nov 21
Sapporo Maru N Y K Strachan Nov 21
Nevada Maru K Line Stevens Nov 24
Phil Pres Magsaysay United Philippine Southern Nov 30
Export Builder Am Export Isbrandtsen Strachan Dec 7
Phil Pres Quirino United Philippine Southern Dec 11
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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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
ShipSteamship tineAgency Sailing Date

PERSIAN GULF
Aden ADEN
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Nov 22
Aqaba JORDAN
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Nov 22
Dammam SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Splendor Hellenic Stevens Dec 6
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec 19
Khorramshahr IRAN
Hellenic Splendor Hellenic Stevens Dec 6
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Dec 19

Kuwait KUWAIT
Hellenic Splendor Hellenic Stevens Dec 6
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec 19
Port Sudan SUDAN
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Nov 22
RED SEA GULF OF ADEN
Djibouti FRENCH SOMALILAND
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Nov 22
Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA
Hellenic Pioneer Hellenic Stevens Nov 99

SCANDINAVIA BALTIC
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
SOUTH AMERICA EAST COAST
Buenos Aires ARGENTINA
Avis OmisJiiArgentine StxachanNov 2
GudmundraNorton Smith KellyNov 17
SantosIvaran SouthernNov 18
MormaclandMooreMcCormack StxachanNov 19
DoroteaNorton Smith KellyDec 1
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack Sirachan Dec 8
Montevideo URUGUAY
SantosIvaran SouthernNov 18
MormaclandMooreMcCormack SirachanNov 19
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack Stxachan Dec 6
Paranagua BRAZIL
Boa EsperancaNetumar Southeastern MaritimeNov IS
MormaclandMooreMcCormack StxachanNov 19
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack StxachanDec 6
Puerto Alegre BRAZIL
GudmundraNorton Smith Kelly Nov 17
Dorotea Norton Smith KellyDec 1
Puerto Alegre via Rio Grande do sul BRAZIL
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack SirachanDec 6
Rio de Janeiro BRAZIL
Boa Esperanca Netumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 15
Gudmundra Norton Smith Kelly Nov 17
Santos Ivaran Southern Nov 18
Mormacland MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 19
Dorotea Norton Smith Kelly Dec 1
Mormaccove MooreMcCormack Sirachan Dec 6
Copenhagen DENMARK
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Nov 13
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanDec 6
Rio Grande do sul BRAZIL
MormaccoveMooreMcCormack Sirachan Dec 6
Gothenburg SWEDEN
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 13
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StxachanDec 6
Gdynia POLAND
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 13
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanDec 6
Helsinki FINLAND
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 13
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanDec 6
Malmo SWEDEN
Talisman WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic StxachanNov 13
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanDeo 6
Norrkoping SWEDEN
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Nov 13
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanDec 6
Oslo NORWAY
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanNov 13
VingaholmWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic SirachanDec 6
Stockholm SWEDEN
TalismanWilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Nov 13
Vingaholm WilhelmsenSwed Atlantic Sirachan Dec 6
Salvador BRAZIL Boa Esneranca

Santos BRAZIL
Boa Esperanca Netumar Southeastern Maritime Nov 15
Gudmundra Norton Smith Kelly Nov 17
Santos Ivaran Southern Nov 18
Mormacland MooreMcCormack Sirachan Nov 19
Dorotea Smith Kelly Dec 1
Mormaccove MooreMcCormack Stxachan Dec 6
SOUTH AMERICANORTH COAST
Georgetown BRITISH GUIANA
KreonRoyal Netherlands SirachanNov 7
Nordia Royal Netherlands StxachanNov 21
A Vessel Royal Netherlands SirachanDec 5
La Guaira VENEZUELA
Thordis PreslhusVenezuelan Smith KellyNov 6
MaronRoyal Netherlands SirachanNov 14
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan Smith Kelly Nov 20
ChironRoyal Netherlands SirachanNov 28
Maracaibo VENEZUELA
KreonRoyal Netherlands Sirachan Nov 7
NordiaRoyal Netherlands SirachanNov 21
A VesselRoyal Netherlands SirachanDec 5
SOUTHEASTERN
STEAMSHIP AGENTS i
MARITIME CO
STEVEDORES
SAVANNAH GEORGIA 31402
AGENTS FOR
310 East Bay Street P 0 Box 2747 9122348265
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201
1746 East Adams Street P 0 Box 1504 9043538201
SERVING
Canaveral Florida Fernandina Florida Jacksonville Florida Brunswick Georgia Savannah Georgia
Port Royal South Carolina Charleston South Carolina Georgetown South Carolina Wilmington North Carolina Morehead City North Carolina
Alcoa Steamship Co
Brodin Lines Farrell Lines Insco Lines
Maritime Co of the Philippines Motorships Inc OzeanStinnes Line Saguenay Shipping Ltd Sidarma Line Wallenius Line West Coast Lines
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1969
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ShipSteamship Line
Matanzas VENEZUELA
Thordis PresihusVenezuelan
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan
Paramaribo SURINAM
KreonRoyal Netherlands
NordiaRoyal Netherlands
A VesselRoyal Netherlands
Puerto Cabello VENEZUELA
Thordis PresthusVenezuelan
MaronRoyal Netherlands
Ciudad de CumanaVenezuelan
ChironRoyal Netherlands
Puerto Ordaz VENEZUELA
KreonRoyal Netherlands
NordiaRoyal Netherlands
A VesselRoyal Netherlands
Agency Sailing Date
Smith KellyNot 6
Smith KellyNov SO
SirachanNov 7
S trac hanNov 21
StrachanDec 5
Smith KellyNov 6
SirachanNov 14
Smith KellyNov 20
StrachanNov 28
StrachanNov 7
StrachanNov 21
StrachanDec 5
SOUTH AMERICA WEST COAST
Arica
Inca Roca Peruvian StateSoutheastern MaritimeNov 9
Inca Pachacutec Peruvian SlateSoutheastern MaritimeNov 23
Balboa
Inca Roca Peruvian SlateSoutheastern MaritimeNov 9
Inca PachacutecPeruvian StateSoutheastern Maritime Nov 23
Buenaventura
Inca Roca Peruvian StateSoutheastern MaritimeNov 9
Inca PachacutecPeruvian StateSoutheastern Maritime Nov 23
Callao
Inca Roca Peruvian Slate Southeastern MaritimeNov 9
Inca PachacutecPeruvian StateSoutheastern MaritimeNov 23
Ship Steamship Line Agency Sailing Date
Calcutta INDIA
Flying Foam Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Nov 8
Flying Clipper l Am Export Isbrandisen Sirachan Nov 9
Vishva Tej S C I Smith Kelly Nov 10
Jalakala Scindia Smith Kelly Nov 11
Mahoul CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Nov 16
Jaladhir Scindia Smith Kelly Nov 90
Vishva Tirth S C I Smith Kelly Noy 99
Hellenic Splendor Hellenic Stevens Dec 6
Markhor CunardBrocklebank Hohpnstpin
Vishva Kaushal S C I Smith Kelly Dec If
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec 19
Chalna PAKISTAN
Flying Foam Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Nov 8
Flying Clipper Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Noy 9
Mahout CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Nov 16
Markhor CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Dec 6
Chittagong PAKISTAN
Flying Foam Am Export Isbrandisen Strahan Nov 8 9 16 6
Flyinq Clipper Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Nov
Mahout CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Nov
Markhor CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Dec

Colombo CEYLON
Mahout CunardBrocklebank Hohpnstpin Nov 16
Markhor CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Dec 6
Karachi PAKISTAN
Flying Foam Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Nov g
Flvinq Clipper Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Nov 9
Hellenic Splendor Hellenic Stevens Dec 6
Hellenic Leader Hellenic Stevens Dec 19
Cristbal Inca Roca Peruvian State Southeastern Nov
Inca Pachacutec Peruvian State Southeastern Maritime Nov 23
Guayaquil Inca Roca Peruvian State Southeastern
Inca Pachacutec Peruvian State Southeastern Maritime Nov 23

Matarani Inca Roca Peruvian State Southeastern Maritime Maritime Nov Nov
Inca Pachacutec Peruvian Siate Southeastern 23
Madras INDIA
Flying Foam Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Nov 8
Flyinq Clipper Am Export Isbrandisen Strachan Nov 9
Vishva Tej S C I Smith Kelly Nov 10
Jalakala Scipdia Smith Kelly Nov If
Mahout CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein Nov 16
Jaladhir Scindia Smith Kelly Nov 20
Vishva Tirih S C I Smith Kelly Nov 22
Markhor CunardBrocklebank Hohenstein De 6
Vishva Kaushal S C I Smith Kelly Dec 13
Talcahuano
Inca RocaPeruvian State Southeastern Maritime Nov 9
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Valparaiso
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Vishva Tirth S C I Smith Kelly Nov 22
Vishva KaushalS C I Smith Kelly Dec 13
Glasgow SCOTLAND
MaipuraCunardBrocklebank HohensteinDec 8
Liverpool ENGLAND
Maipura CunardBrocklebank HohensteinDec 8
Manchester ENGLAND
Manchester FameManchester Smith KellyNov 11
Manchester Faith Manchester Smith KellyNov 30
Maipura CunardBrocklebank HohensteinDec 8
SERVING SINCE 1870
SHIP AGENTS
STEVEDORES FREIGHT FORWARDERS
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
OCEAN TERMINAL BUILDING P O Box 2808 Phone 2323151
SAVANNAH GEORGIA
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GEORGIA ANCHORAGE
Directory of Port Services
SHIPPING COMPANIES
HANSEN TIDEMANN INC
206 East Bay Street2334104
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
J R SHIPPING CO INC
9 East Bay Street2322129
KAUFMANN SHIPPING COMPANY
405 Industrial Building2347367
MOOREMcCORMACK LINES INC
902 Savannah Bank Building2346671
SMITH KELLY COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY Savannah State Docks
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
FOREIGN FREIGHT FORWARDERS
ANDERSON SHIPPING CO
2 Whitaker Building2339343
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
COSMOS SHIPPING CO INC
Realty Building 2368645
CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
J K EBBERWEIN
Suite 208209 Realty Building2326184
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminal Building2325335
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
GEORGE W WISE JR
404 Realty Building 2330171
CUSTOMHOUSE BROKERS
W G CARROLL
411 American Building2338902
721 Juniper Street N E Atlanta 8736939 CRAIG COMPANY
Realty Building 2321119
JOHN S JAMES
31 West Congress Street2320211
Atlanta Office P O Box 209337667565
E L MOBLEY
606 Realty Building 2340686
D J POWERS
American Building 2347241
SAVANNAH OVERSEAS FORWARDERS INC
414 American Building2350206
J W TARVER
Arcade Building 2348829
DONALD R WINTER
P Q Box 20973 Atlanta 303208725309
STEVEDORES
HOHENSTEIN SHIPPING CO
24 Drayton Street2342621
SMITH KELLY COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
SOUTHEASTERN MARITIME CO
310 East Bay Street2348265
SOUTHERN SHIPPING COMPANY
Ocean Terminals 2323151
Brunswick State Docks2657588
SEPTEMBEROCTOBER 1969
STEVENS SHIPPING TERMINAL CO
26 East Bay Street2338131
Brunswick State Docks2654734
STRACHAN SHIPPING COMPANY
Savannah Bank Trust Building2346671
Brunswick State Docks2654919
U S ARMY OUTPORT
SAVANNAH OUTPORT MTMTS
State Docks Garden City2367179
BARGE SERVICE INTRACOASTAL
COYLE LINES INCNew Orleans La
c g Willis incPauisboro n j
BARGE SERVICE INLAND
MERRY BROTHERSAugusta Ga
MOTOR FREIGHT LINES
ABC EXPRESS CO2345183
AKERS MOTOR LINES INC2348846
Brunswick2656948
BOWMAN TRANSPORTATION
CO INC2343435
BROWN TRANSPORT CORP2334718
CAROLINA FREIGHT CARRIERS CORP2330919
CAUDELL TRANSFER CO2323334
CENTRAL TRUCK LINES INC2368217
CHATHAM TRANSFER CO2337084
COASTAL TRANSPORT CO2345183
COOPER MOTOR LINES INC2321466
DURRENCE TRANSFER CO2322105
EAST COAST TRANSPORTATION CO 2345309
FIVE TRANSPORTATION CO2320147
Brunswick2653240
GATEWAY TRANSPORTATION CO2365734
GAY TRUCKING CO9644341
GEORGIA HWY EXPRESS INC2334543
Brunswick2643933
GIVENS MOTOR EXPRESS INC2336073
HARPER MOTOR LINES INC2328124
Brunswick2658622
HENNIS FREIGHT LINES2342681
HERRIN TRANSPORTATION CO2341349
HOWARD HALL CO INC2336584
JOHNSON MOTOR LINES2340779
MANUFACTURERS TRANSPORT 2335745
McLEAN TRUCKING CO2333063
MOTOR CONVOY 2368536
NEW DIXIE LINES INC2364229
NILSON MOTOR EXPRESS2368215
OVERNITE TRANSPORTATION 2339613
PILOT FREIGHT CARRIERS2348823
PLOOF TRANSFR CO INC2345065
Brunswick2652030
R C MOTOR LINES INC2368291
ROADWAY EXPRESS INC2342568
SOUTHEASTERN FREIGHT LINES2327285
Brunswick2652233
THURSTON MOTOR LINES INC2366112
RAIL TRANSPORT
CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY CO
Sales Freight Traffic 2326159
SAVANNAH ATLANTA RAILWAY CO
Sales Department 2323113
SAVANNAH STATE DOCKS RAILROAD
Garden City Terminal2361561
SEABOARD COAST LINE RAILROAD CO
Brunswick Freight Office2652966
Regional Sales Manager2332431
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO
Traffic Manager2341388
Brunswick Freight Office2655310
EXPORT PACKING DRUMMING
SAVANNAH EXPORT BOXING INC
Savannah State Docks2333065
SOUTHLAND OIL CORP
State DocksGarden City2362447
BANKS WITH INTERNATIONAL OFFICES
CITIZENS SOUTHERN
NATIONAL BANK Box 4292345101
LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK TRUSTBox 4902334111
SAVANNAH BANK
TRUST CO Box 4892343441
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE U S Customhouse1 East Bay Street DISTRICT DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMS
Mrs Marion Faircloth Baker2324321
Ext 256
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Inspection Control
Charles P Simon2324321 Ext 264
CUSTOM PORT DIRECTOR Brunswick
Marcus D Knight Federal Building 2651955 MARINE SECTION
Quinton E Brown Supervisory
Marine Officer 2324321 Ext 255
INSPECTIONAL SECTION William E Thompson Supervisory
Customs Inspector2324321 Ext 205
ASSISTANT DISTRICT DIRECTOR Classification Value
Frank E Heidt Jr2324321 Ext 265
ENTRY MINISTERIAL SECTION William D Wood Jr2324321 Ext 345
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS AGENCY SERVICE Room 206 Customhouse AGENT IN CHARGE
William F Hughes2324321 Ext 342
UNITED STATES CUSTOMS LABORATORY Room 211 Customhouse CHIEF CHEMIST
Homer L Strickland2324321 Ext 344
U S DEPT OF COMMERCE Savannah Field Office Room 235 Post Office Bldg DIRECTOR
James W Mclntire2324321 Ext 204
UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
INSPECTOR IN CHARGE
Robert L Poole2324321 Ext 368
24hour answering service2323246
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Room 208 Customhouse INSPECTOR IN CHARGE J Henry Pruitt2324321
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE Area Extension Horticulture Room 8B Customhouse
OFFICER IN CHARGE
Henry Clay 2335927
AUXILIARY SERVICES
INTERNATIONAL SEAMANS BETHAL Director
Charles Nelson 25 Houston2342438
CONSULS
BRAZIL
Jack M Sayler East River St2342266
DENMARK
Oscar M Hansen 15 West Liberty 2322141 FINLAND
A G Van Schaick 202 West Bay 2346646 FRANCE
Edwin J Middleton
Wilmington Island 8971969
GERMANY
F A O Bahre 20 East 48th2332011
ITALY
Joseph M Cafiero1127 NETHERLANDS
A G Van Schaick j NORWAY
Peter Norboge 91 SWEDEN
Peter Norboge 91 VENEZUELASr Jorge Manrique
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