The Port of Savannah is the fourth busiest seaport in the United States. Located on the Savannah River in Georgia, the Port of Savannah is one of the world’s largest and most efficient container ports. Thunderbolt, Garden City, Skidaway Island, Isle of Hope, and Wilmington Island are towns near Savannah Port. The Port of Savannah handles more than four million containers each year and is a critical link in the global supply chain. The Port of Savannah is also a significant economic engine for Georgia, generating more than $18 billion in economic activity each year. The Port of Savannah is served by two Class I railroads, CSX and Norfolk Southern. It is home to the Georgia Ports Authority’s Garden City Terminal, one of the world’s largest and most modern container terminals. The Port of Savannah is also a leading port for exporting forest products and is a significant hub for importing and exporting automobiles.
In order to export from the Port of Savannah, all commodities must be declared to the U.S. Census Bureau before loading. A Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) permit may be obtained for certain commodities, which can result in significant savings on import duties. All exports must also comply with applicable U.S. laws and regulations, including those of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security, and the U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control. In order to import into the Port of Savannah, all commodities must be declared to the U.S. Census Bureau before arrival. An import license may be required for certain commodities, and all imports must comply with U.S. laws and regulations, including those of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
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