The terminal was built in 1967 on the basis of a 50 year agreement. Since then several agreements have been added, but this new agreement replaces all current agreements and also includes an expansion of the current area with another 3 hectares and 208 metres quay wall.
"Georgia's ports are now fully operational which is a testament to the efforts of countless individuals to ensure our port customers experienced minimal impact," said Griff Lynch, Executive Director for the Georgia Ports Authority.
Paper and packaging companies have been largely driven by output volume. However, this is no longer sufficient, and new business models and processes can illustrate a successful path into the future. Many organizations are aiming to design a system that better balances demand with production, focuses on profitability, and can also yield a more efficient operations and control system. This transformation requires real-time digital information and control in a digital paper and packaging enterprise.