Seagate Handling begins the permitting process for its new bulk terminal deep water berth on the Savannah River.
SeaGate Handling purchases 24 waterfront acres in Chesapeake, VA, where a new deepwater terminal will be constructed.
SeaGate Handling completes construction of the #5 Bulk Warehouse.
Kevin Glover is elected President of SeaGate Handling.
SeaGate Handling signs a long term land lease agreement for construction of a liquid fertilizer import terminal. The agreement also includes an operating contract for SeaGate Handling.
SeaGate Handling completes renovation and expansion of the #3 Warehouse thus greatly increasing the container side of the business.
SeaGate Handling completes renovation of the #2 Warehouse.
SeaGate Handling inks its first warehousing agreement.
SeaGate Handling completes total renovation of the #1 warehouse, the receiving system, and all the support systems two days before the arrival of the first vessel. The ship is received without issues or delay. The first vessel unloaded is Granular Urea.