New Jersey

Control panel at Global
16 Apr 2014
The clock on Rich Ceci’s desk reads 00:00, and the project manager of Global Terminal’s expansion said it signifies a milestone met.
10 Jun 2013
Maher Terminals is continuing to work on the computer issues affecting its main terminal and main chassis depot at the Port of New York and New Jersey and will not be receiving exports or empties at the main terminal for the rest of the day.
10 Jun 2013
Maher Terminals is experiencing computer systems issues at both its main terminal and main chassis depot at the Port of New York and New Jersey and has stopped processing at both facilities.
Container operation in the Port of New York and New Jersey
07 Jun 2013
Container ship lines are supporting a state legislative effort to repeal a cargo facilities charge that carriers say is costing them millions of dollars a year at the Port of New York and New Jersey.
06 Jun 2013
Maher Terminals will implement the final phase of its terminal operating system at the Port of New York and New Jersey this weekend (of June 8), and as a result, will be altering its schedule.
05 Jun 2013
John Nardi was named president of the New York Shipping Association, succeeding Joseph C. Curto at the association that represents ocean carriers and marine terminal operators at the Port of New York and New Jersey.
31 May 2013
The New Jersey Senate gave final legislative approval to a bill creating a presumption that port and parcel delivery driv
29 May 2013
A New Jersey legislative bill seeks to eliminate a Port Authority of New York and New Jersey cargo facility charge that container ship lines complain is costing them millions of dollars a year.
21 May 2013
The New Jersey General Assembly approved a bill to create a presumption that drayage and parcel delivery drivers are employees instead of independent contractors, but the legislation appears unlikely to become law.
17 May 2013
A fraudulent article purporting to have been published by The Journal of Commerce was being circulated at Global Terminal
17 May 2013
A bill to create a presumption that port and parcel delivery drivers are employees and not contractors and allow allegedly misclassified drivers to sue for damages is up for a vote Monday in the New Jersey General Assembly.

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