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2/27/2024



Rail News: Intermodal

NEOS Grenadier to deliver new SUV via Georgia port


Carmaker INEOS has chosen the Port of Brunswick, Georgia, as a transportation gateway to deliver its new Grenadier off-road SUV to markets across the U.S. Southeast.
Photo – Georgia Ports Authority

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Carmaker INEOS has chosen the Port of Brunswick, Georgia, as a transportation gateway to deliver its new Grenadier off-road SUV to markets across the U.S. Southeast.

Currently 19 dealers across the country are slated to handle the high-end INEOS SUV, according to a Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) news release. The company joins two dozen auto manufacturers at the port's Colonel’s Island. The 1,700-acre terminal provides immediate access to Interstate 95 and is near I-10 and I-16.

Assembled in France, the vehicles will be shipped from Belgium to global markets, including the United States. INEOS is a global chemical company with 36 businesses in 29 countries. Its consumer brands also include INEOS Hygienics and British fashion label Belstaff. The Grenadier is the company’s first foray into auto manufacturing.

"Brunswick’s central location and superior connectivity, combined with the ease of doing business in Georgia, make it the perfect gateway for the U.S. launch of this exciting new vehicle," said GPA President and CEO Griff Lynch.

GPA is expanding capacity to serve growing roll-on/roll-off cargo volumes by investing $260 million in Colonel’s Island at the Port of Brunswick, developing 640,000 square feet of new processing space and 122 acres of additional auto storage. 



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