Gov. Kemp Attends Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for the Georgia Ports Authority’s Mason Mega Rail Terminal

On Friday, Nov. 12, Governor Brian Kemp and First Lady Marty Kemp attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Georgia Ports Authority's Mason Mega Rail Terminal. Governor Kemp addressed solutions the Georgia Ports are implementing to mitigate supply chain challenges facing the nation alongsideĀ Georgia Ports Authority leadership, local city and county leaders, and private sector partners.

Photos: Miranda Osborn

On Friday, November 12, Governor Brian Kemp and First Lady Marty Kemp attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Georgia Ports Authority’s Mason Mega Rail Terminal. Governor Kemp addressed solutions the Georgia Ports are implementing, including the 34 new miles of tracks, to mitigate supply chain challenges facing the nation alongside Georgia Ports Authority leadership, local city and county leaders, and private sector partners.

Gov. Kemp also announced the new $155 million Celadon Development Corporation recycling plant, the latest and last company to join the new 640,000-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center and Mitsubishi on the Chatham County Development site, commonly referred to as the Pooler megasite, and brining 117 new jobs to Savannah for phase one of the project.

See photos from the ribbon cutting here: