Justin Timberlake looks to Savannah Port to breathe life into UK tour


Justin Timberlake has opted to travel across the Blue Ocean Floor, using services provided at the Port of Savannah to transport equipment for his upcoming shows in the UK.

Almost US$55 million worth of equipment, spread out across 28 containers is steadily making its way to London onboard Hapag Lloyd’s Tokyo Express.

Georgia Ports Authority, alongside logistics partners CargoGroup, OOCL and Hapag-Llyod, loaded the cargo earlier this week, which includes a 115-foot wide stage used in a series of shows to promote JT’s latest release “The 20/20 Experience.”

Further cause for celebration in Savannah came with the opening of a new distribution centre under the watchful eye of St. George Warehouse Inc.

The new, 160, 000 square-foot building features 28 truck bays and will be primarily used in cross-docking operations. St. George Warehouse Inc are aiming to focus on the retail market, using the storage facility as a transport depot for imported commodities.

St. George operates at a number of facilities across the US, including California, Texas, New Jersey, South Carolina and Illinois, as well as other depots in Georgia.

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