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.

25 Apr 2017
Authorities on Tuesday removed the height restriction on certain ships going under the Bayonne Bridge in the Port of New York and New Jersey.
21 Aug 2015
Mayor Ras Baraka of Newark, New Jersey, says his financially strapped city wants more money and jobs from the East Coast’s largest port.
11 Aug 2015
New York-New Jersey truckers and APM Terminals are exploring a pilot program that would allow drayage drivers to make expedited pickups of containers that have been pre-sorted in blocks for a single customer.
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
APM Terminal’s Elizabeth terminal at the Port of New York-New Jersey was closed Friday afternoon after a top loader struck and killed a female dockworker.
05 Aug 2015
Eight ports on the U.S. East Coast made substantial gains in import market share in the first six months of 2015. A booming import market, West Coast diversions tied to the recent labor crisis, and port investments helped East and Gulf Coast ports edge out all but one of their West Coast counterparts.
28 Jul 2015
The Port of New York and New Jersey's container volume during the first half of 2015 rose 13.4 percent from a year earlier, putting the East Coast's largest port on pace to exceed its record 2014 volume.
27 Jul 2015
The Port Authority of New York has agreed to several antipollution measures while it continues work on future phases of a program to replace older trucks at the East Coast’s largest port. But environmentalists aren’t content.
19 Jul 2015
Direct ChassisLink Inc. has rescinded a $200 chassis usage fee that generated complaints from New York-New Jersey port truckers.
17 Jul 2015
An organization of New York-New Jersey drayage companies said a chassis lessor’s new policy restricting use of its equipment casts fresh doubt on efforts to create a port-wide “gray” pool of interchangeable chassis.
16 Jul 2015
Direct ChassisLink Inc. said it is temporarily restricting use of its intermodal chassis in the New York-New Jersey area to truckers hauling containers for three of DCLI’s main ocean carrier customers.
07 Jul 2015
The Port of New York and New Jersey handled record import container volume in May, the latest sign that diversion from West Coast ports is lingering months after their congestion cleared.