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Hyundai vehicles are parked at the Port of Brunswick.

The Port of Brunswick’s Colonel’s Island Terminal saw more than 650,000 automobiles and heavy machines pass through its docks in 2022, contributing to a record year for the Georgia Ports Authority, according to GPA.

The roll-on, roll-off terminal — the second busiest in the nation — saw 651,101 units during the calendar year, which accounted for 97 percent of all cargo coming into Georgia that can roll onto or off of a ship.

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