Plug and Play Savannah Reveals Second Set of Supply Chain Startups

Plug and Play Savannah is elated to proclaim the selection of 13 startups to partake in their second Supply Chain startup accelerator based in Savannah, Georgia. This came to pass after a series of occasions and talks with its corporate and community collaborators that happened on March 8th and 9th.

On the 8th of March, the Innovation Alley event was held right after the 2023 Georgia Logistics Summit. This reception featured 26 startups exhibiting their technological advances in the supply chain and logistics sector, such as maritime, trucking, warehousing, workforce/staffing, and advanced manufacturing.

On the second day of the event, Plug and Play held a Selection Day. During the showcase, entrepreneurs presented their startups in front of Plug and Play’s partners and the public in the hope to be sponsored by the accelerator program and to acquire pilot projects and business with the local logistics providers.

In Savannah, Plug and Play has teamed up with the Georgia Port Authority, Maersk, Georgia Power, SEDA, the Foram Group, SLIC (Savannah Logistics Innovation Center), Savannah State University, Savannah Technical College, and Georgia Southern University. On an international level, Plug and Play works with more than 60 associates in the Supply Chain field, with a mission to deliver the finest in logistics technology from around the globe to the Savannah area.

Out of the 22 startups that presented to the program, a total of thirteen were selected to join the second cohort of Plug and Play Savannah’s Supply Chain startup accelerator, with Arvist being one of them.

Read the full announcement here: Plug and Play Supply Chain Cohort