Super load makes final stop

| April 25, 2016


ALBANY – The final over-sized loads headed for Proctor and Gamble made its way to Albany on Friday.

The convoy moved slower than the previous ones.

One piece of equipment did require traffic lights to be lifted as it made its way from the Port of Brunswick.

The equipment is being used in the construction of a new biomass plant at P&G.

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  1. WHITESAVAGE says:

    Yes look at all of the good paying jobs pass right by Valdosta

    • Eric "Da Blacksheep" TrixNDix says:

      ,,,,but hey…the old timers and good ol’ boys like it just like it is here and that’s what is important. That Small Country town mixed with ghetto side of Atlanta.