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GPA AND CSX MOVE INTERMODAL
CARGO MORE EFFICIENTLY

The Appalachian Regional Port (ARP) provides a powerful new gateway to global markets.

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•    The Appalachian Regional Port offers an efficient solution to hours of service/ELD supply chain challenges.

•    Each round-trip container moved via the ARP will offset 710 truck miles on Georgia highways.

•    Offers exclusive CSX service on a direct, 388-mile rail route to/from the Georgia Ports Authority’s Garden City Terminal.

•    Provides an alternative to an all-truck dray to/from the deepwater Port of Savannah for target markets in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky.

•    Import and export intermodal service available.

•    Located in an industrial belt, including the production and export of carpet and flooring, automobiles and tires.

•    Sits on 42 acres in Northwest Georgia’s Murray County. The site features easy access to Interstate 75 and U.S. 411, as well as direct rail service to Savannah.

•    The facility has a capacity of 50,000 containers per year. A 10-year development plan will then double that capacity.