Connecticut trucking company will enable fast-growing supply chain provider to expand amid sluggish growth elsewhere in the trucking industry.
22 Feb 2016
Schneider National's Port Logistics Division is opening a transloading, drayage and warehousing facility in New Jersey to tap containerized inbound shipments.
12 Jan 2016
After a 10-day shutdown by federal regulators, the regional LTL carrier is back on the streets, but is closing terminals in New Jersey to refocus on its core New England territory.
17 Dec 2015
Cargomatic plans to launch the commercial version of its "free-flow" system for moving containers through congested ports by the end of the year, co-founder and president Brett Parker said.
23 Nov 2015
11 Nov 2015
Truckers at the Port of New York and New Jersey have begun applying for grants to help finance replacement of up to 80 of the several thousand older trucks that are set to be banned from port terminals in less than 14 months.
13 Oct 2015
After months of delay, the Port of New York and New Jersey is moving to break a truck-replacement deadlock that motor carriers say threatens their continued ability to serve the U.S. East Coast’s busiest port.
25 Sep 2015
A study of ways to improve waterborne freight transport across New York harbor has narrowed preferred options to either an improved railcar barge “float” system or an underwater freight tunnel between New Jersey and Brooklyn.
26 Aug 2015
Dredging of the 102.5-mile river channel to 45 feet is just one of many projects under way as Philadelphia and other Delaware River ports build new terminals that can handle various cargoes or rev up long-postponed plans for new terminals.
08 Aug 2015
APM Terminal’s Elizabeth terminal at the Port of New York-New Jersey will reopen 6 a.m. Monday after closing Friday because of the death of a dockworker.
07 Aug 2015
Orbcomm Inc. swung to a $12.2 million loss in the second quarter, after expenses mounted in the wake of recent acquisitions and the company lost communication with one of its low-earth-orbiting satellites.