The Port of Savannah provides the most extensive refrigerated cargo infrastructure on the U.S. East Coast, with the capacity to handle more than 3,000 refrigerated containers at a time. Garden City Terminal handles 40 percent of all frozen poultry exported from the United States, making Savannah the nation’s busiest export terminal for frozen poultry. Savannah now also handles chilled produce from South America. Landing product closer to the Southeast U.S. consumer market reduces transit time for a more efficient supply chain. Through reliable operations, and efficient and timely inspections of chilled cargo, GPA is establishing Savannah as a new gateway for perishable products.