A trip down truck-clogged Highway 21 reveals the economic driver of the region.
Freight carriers and chassis pull up to sprawling warehouses, pass through the port’s chain-link gates and slip off the I-16 ramp and into the steady stream of trucks making their way to and from Savannah’s Port.
The trucks bring goods from ships to warehouses, where product waits before heading down I-16 and onto shelves across the country. In two days, goods arriving at the port can reach 80% of America by truck, according to Colliers.
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