Gulfstream opens new Atlanta parts distribution center near the airport

Savannah-based Gulfstream Aerospace has opened a customer support parts distribution center within 2-3 miles of the Atlanta airport.

Previously, Gulfstream customers who needed parts were served by the Customer Support Distribution Center in Savannah, which remains open, a spokesperson said.

Gulfstream’s new warehouse space is provided by third-party logistics company Crane Worldwide Logistics, which operates a more than 450,000-square-foot facility at 185 Southside Industrial Pkwy. SE in Atlanta.…


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Gulfstream opens new Atlanta parts distribution center near the airport

Coca-Cola to launch alcoholic Topo Chico Hard Seltzer

The Coca-Cola Co. said Thursday it will launch an alcoholic Topo Chico Hard Seltzer later this year.

“The Coca-Cola Company is committed to exploring new products in dynamic beverage categories, including hard seltzer. Topo Chico Hard Seltzer is an experimental drink inspired by Topo Chico sparkling mineral water, which has been popular with many mixologists,” the company said.

Topo Chico Hard Seltzer will be offered in select cities in Latin America later this year.  The company said…


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Coca-Cola to launch alcoholic Topo Chico Hard Seltzer

Covid-19 impacts Port of Savannah minimally for FY 2020

Strong export markets and record volumes earlier in fiscal 2020 helped offset the impact of Covid-19 on cargo volumes at the Georgia ports.

The Georgia Ports Authority reported the Port of Savannah handled 4.44 million twenty-foot equivalent container units (TEUs) in Fiscal Year 2020, down less than 1% compared to fiscal 2019. Total tons crossing all GPA docks were a record 37.77 million, up 0.6% or 223,000 tons, compared to FY2019.

Container tons grew 2% or 560,440 tons to a record 33.5 million…


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Covid-19 impacts Port of Savannah minimally for FY 2020

Trae Young follows Steph Curry, partners with Japanese company

Trae Young continues to expand his portfolio of endorsement deals.

The Atlanta Hawks guard has partnered with Zamst, a Japanese athletic brace and support company, making him the brand’s newest global ambassador. The company announced the move on Tuesday, one day after Young officially joined the BodyArmor brand.

“I am excited to partner with Zamst as their braces have been an invaluable addition to my conditioning and game day routine,” Young said in a statement. “As a global brand ambassador…


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Trae Young follows Steph Curry, partners with Japanese company