Guy Tozzoli, who helped develop the first purpose-built container terminal and oversaw construction of the WorldTradeCent
Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
23 Dec 2012
East and Gulf Coast ports are clearing cargo from marine terminals in preparation for next week’s threatened dockworker strike as a negotiating standoff continues.
30 Nov 2012
The Port of New York and New Jersey and its marine terminal operators did yeoman work in quickly reopening the port after Hurricane Sandy, but that turned out to be only half the battle.
19 Nov 2012
Frustrated by post-hurricane delays, New York-New Jersey port truckers say they may seek state legislation to prohibit marine terminals from charging detention and demurrage when congestion prevents prompt pickups and deliveries.
15 Nov 2012
It wasn’t a pretty sight — and still isn’t. Three weeks after Hurricane Sandy knocked out the Port of New York and New Jersey, companies are still tallying damages and trying to get containers where they’re supposed to be.
08 Nov 2012
Downed wires across Corbin Street between Tyler and Marsh Streets this morning led to a road closure and heavy traffic de
07 Nov 2012
Cargo operations at the Port of New York and New Jersey are “back to full speed” as terminals work through backlogs from a nearly week-long shutdown after Hurricane Sandy, the port’s top executive said.
05 Nov 2012
Container terminals at the Port of New York and New Jersey will be open Tuesday, Nov. 6 — normally a longshoremen’s holiday for election day — as recovery efforts from Hurricane Sandy continue.
04 Nov 2012
The Port of New York and New Jersey is slowly returning to norma following the devastation wrought by Hurricane Sandy’s t
02 Nov 2012
The U.S. Coast Guard reopened channels in and out of the Port of New York and New Jersey on Friday for all commercial vessels....
02 Nov 2012
The hurricane-damaged Port of New York and New Jersey remained closed to all cargo ships on Friday morning except for small barges that were bringing gasoline into the harbor to replenish the dwindling stocks at gas stations throughout the region.
01 Nov 2012
The Port of New York and New Jersey is likely to remain closed to vessel operations until at least Saturday when surveys of vessel channels are completed and marine terminals can clean up some of the extensive damage caused by the storm surge that Hurricane Sandy brought on Monday night.