Dulany Industries Unveils “One-of-a-kind” SeaPoint Deepwater Industrial Terminal Complex in Savannah, Ga.
Innovative 755-acre deepwater industrial site on Savannah River shipping channel offers a one-of-a-kind location with significant in-place infrastructure for manufacturers and logistics companies
This landmark site features a mile-long private deepwater frontage along the main Savannah River shipping channel as well as class I rail service on-site and easy access to the Georgia Ports Authority and major interstates like I-95 and I-16. The site is build-ready and has heavy-duty utility infrastructure in place, including a 1000 TPD operating sulfuric acid plant, a 60,000-square-foot Research & Development building, 30-45MW electricity, natural gas, steam, water treatment, fire protection and water, roads, and many other assets. The synergies created by the combination of these core assets sets this site apart and makes it unlike anything else on the East Coast.
Located on the site of the former Kemira plant in Savannah, Ga., SeaPoint Industrial Terminal Complex is the premier industrial deepwater site in the Southeast, offering significant co-location infrastructure savings, which can save companies up to 30 percent in build-out costs due to existing in-place assets as well as large ongoing operational savings through synergistic services. Shared services include use of an existing office complex, warehousing, security, rail, deep water terminal operations, sulfuric acid, by-product steam, logistical services, maintenance services and more.
In addition, an operating 1000 TPD sulfuric acid plant is already located on-site, which can provide companies with competitively priced key raw ingredients and low-cost steam which is a byproduct that can be priced at a discount to natural gas prices — products that are often essential to manufacturing. The mile-long deepwater frontage directly on the Savannah River opens up the opportunity for a myriad of logistical uses not to mention the existing bulk/break bulk dock and miles of railway on-site. The presence of these systems minimizes plant investment, working capital and transportation costs while ensuring a reliable supply of high-quality industrial raw materials.
Dulany Industries, the owner of SeaPoint, has a longstanding commitment to environmental remediation and the development of synergistic co-located industrial sites.