Port of New York and New Jersey

The Port of New York and New Jersey is the busiest container port on the East Coast of the United States and is where containerization first began with the sailing of the Ideal X in 1956. Its terminals are located throughout the New York metropolitan area including Brooklyn, New York, and Newark, New Jersey. The largest terminal in the port is operated by Maher Terminals.

21 Jul 2017
The indictment charged Moe was paid even during trips to Aruba and Florida and while engaging in other off-terminal activities.
29 Jun 2017
A key issue is which ships are allowed to enter the port first if there are several waiting.
27 Jun 2017
The passage under the newly raised Bayonne Bridge in the Port of New York and New Jersey of half a dozen ships that could not have made it before the raising of the bridge marks the opening of a new era for the port.
23 Jun 2017
GCT Bayonne, the first marine terminal at the Port of New York and New Jersey to introduce an appointment system, will increase the number of reservation slots by more than 60 percent.
22 Jun 2017
Starting Sunday, officials at the Port of New York and New Jersey can discuss a contentious per-container charge with major container lines, after a tied FMC vote.
15 Jun 2017
While ships of slightly larger than 10,000 TEU have stopped at GCT Bayonne, the Zim Antwerp will be the the first ship to pass under the elevated bridge.
06 Jun 2017
The sometimes heated three-hour hearing came as the port prepares to open the newly raised Bayonne Bridge on June 30, allowing ships up to 18,000 TEU to pass below it.
02 Jun 2017
More drayage companies at the Port of New York and New Jersey are buying their own chassis or signing long-term leases to avoid the difficulty of rental pools.
30 May 2017
A new report by the Metropolitan Rail Freight Council looks at the upgrades to the area rail system that are needed to handle a forecast 35 percent jump in traffic flowing through the New York region by 2040.
26 May 2017
The opening of the elevated Bayonne Bridge in June is likely to bring change.
18 May 2017
“We’re angry that the port authority is acting like a real estate broker instead of trying to help the industry.”
17 May 2017
New York-New Jersey port officials and the major container lines are trying again to convince US federal maritime regulators to allow them to discuss a contentious per-container charge.