Logistics Services in Savannah
Pace provides final mile logistics services in Savannah, Georgia
Pace provides our final mile services in Savannah, Georgia from our facility just off Interstate 95. Savannah is in coastal South Georgia, at the intersection of I-95 and I-16. The Port of Savannah is near our warehouse. Our location east of Interstate 95 and down the street from the Georgia Port Authority efficiently provides the platform for final mile services to customers shipping to the Savannah area.
A Top Logistics Company in Savannah, Georgia
Our Savannah facility is 12,480 square feet with two dock high doors. Pace also provides cross-docking services for our Savannah customers. Pace’s warehouse and cross-dock is located at 202 Bourne Ave, Suite 150, Pooler, GA. The Savannah warehouse is perfectly outfitted to handle cross-docking and final mile services.
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Logistics Services in Savannah
Pace serves the coastal Georgia region by providing a full range of logistics services for shippers in many industries. Let Pace take care of your logistics needs with a fully customizable service program specifically tailored to your operation.
Find a Logistics Service Provider in Savannah
We partner with shippers across a wide range of industries, including retail, e-commerce, the automotive aftermarket, business and industrial supply, healthcare, and hospitality. If you are looking for a customized logistics service provider in Savannah, please contact Pace at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 866-410-7222.
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Savannah, Georgia at a Glance
Savannah is the oldest city in Georgia. Founded in 1733 by the British, it became the British colonial capital of the Province of Georgia. During the Revolutionary and Civil War, Savannah acted as a strategic port city. Currently, Savannah is an important industrial center and Atlantic seaport. It is Georgia’s fifth largest city and third largest metropolitan area.
A Vibrant City
Part of Savannah’s economy is tourism, with millions of tourists flocking to its cobblestone streets and historic buildings. Some sights tourist commonly see include: the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of Girl Scouts of America; the Georgia Historical Society, the oldest continually operating historical society in the South; the Telfair Academy of Arts and Science, one of the South’s first public museums; the First African Baptist Church, one of the oldest African-American Baptist congregations in the US; Temple Mickve Israel, the third-oldest synagogue in the US; and the Central of Georgia Railway roundhouse complex, which is the oldest standing antebellum rail facility in the US. Savannah also hosted the sailing competitions during the 1996 Summer Olympics held in Atlanta.