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Seaboard Marine Launches New Savannah-Central America Route

The ocean carrier’s first service to Savannah links the Southeastern U.S. to northern Central America, with Georgia exports centered on frozen poultry and imports composed largely of perishables and apparel produced in Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Honduras

GA Company Honored with Presidential Award for Export Achievements

48 companies from 25 states were honored. One Georgia entity made the list.

Georgia shrimp season set to open May 29

Georgia's shrimping season is almost here!

USDA Announces Support for Farmers Impacted by Unjustified Retaliation and Trade Disruption

Specifically, the President has authorized USDA to provide up to $16 billion in programs, which is in line with the estimated impacts of unjustified retaliatory tariffs on U.S. agricultural goods and other trade disruptions. These programs will assist agricultural producers while President Trump works to address long-standing market access barriers.

Private Company Named “Federal Safety Compliance Center, Inc.” to Pay Restitution over Allegations of...

“This settlement should send a message that targeting businesses and government entities with these types of tactics will not be tolerated.” -- Attorney General Chris Carr

McKnight New Chairman at Georgia Ports

The Board of Directors of the Georgia Ports Authority elected William D. McKnight as chairman on Monday.

Hitachi Automotive Systems America to Expand in Walton County

Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. opened their first facility in Georgia in 1997. They currently employ 900 Georgians.

IHOP Hosting Special Pancake Event Tuesday to Support Children of Fallen Patriots

The event is part of the initiative for National Military Appreciation Month and the campaign aims to contribute $1 million to college scholarships for the children of servicemen and women that have passed in the line of duty.

Georgia’s unemployment rate falls again in April

Georgia’s labor force slipped by 10,247 versus a total work force of more than 5.1 million. And, even with the monthly loss, the labor force grew by more than 4,000 from the same month a year ago.

U.S. Beef Gains Full Access to Japan

In December 2003, Japan banned U.S. beef and beef products following the detection of a BSE-positive animal in the United States