The Port of Brunswick is an Atlantic seaport located in Brunswick, Georgia. It is one of four ports operated by the Georgia Ports Authority and is one of the U.S.’ most productive ports on the Atlantic coast.
Brunswick Port is the primary U.S. port of automobile imports for manufacturers Jaguar, Land Rover, Porsche, Mitsubishi and Volvo, with Ford, GM and Mercedes also exporting vehicles through the port.
Brunswick’s main terminal is Colonel's Island, which primarily handles ro-ro vessels, discharging heavy equipment and automobiles. The Logistec terminal specialises in cargoes such as; salt, feed, fish meal and plywood / paper products.
There is also a grain facility, with new state of the art equipment, which frequently loads export cargoes such as soybeans, barley malt, corn, and wheat, which are generally exported to, but not limited to, the Middle and Far East countries.
Drafts at all of Brunswick berths do not typically exceed 28’ at mean low freshwater, as anything greater than this is subject to tide restrictions.
Inchcape Shipping Services Brunswick handles all types of cargo and vessels including; oil, cruise, navy/defence, containers and break bulk and are well versed in, but not limited to, the following areas:
- Crew change & handling
- Spare parts clearance & handling
- Cash delivery & handling
- AMS filing
- ENOA filing / assistance
- Right whale reporting.