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.

28 Jul 2016
The opening of the first bathroom solely for female truck drivers in one of the busiest terminals at the Port of New York and New Jersey this month has highlighted the growing numbers of women drivers in drayage, which could prove vital to ameliorating the driver shortages plaguing the industry.
16 Jun 2016
Coalition calls for the port authority to reinstate ban on trucks made before 2007.
13 Jun 2016
The Port of New York and New Jersey will be able to accommodate ships with capacities of 14,000 twenty-foot-equivalent units at its Newark Bay terminals.
09 Jun 2016
U.S. exporters moving goods out of the Port of New York and New Jersey are getting a better understanding of how terminals at the largest U.S. East Coast gateway will handle the new SOLAS rule.
07 Jun 2016
Motor carrier offers SOLAS-aimed weighing service, believed to be the first in the Port of New York and New Jersey.
04 Jun 2016
Until the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers completes a study of the Arthur Kill turning basin, the size of some ships on trans-Pacific strings that call at the four big container terminals on the western side of the New York-New Jersey harbor could be limited.
31 May 2016
Volume rose slightly at East Coast ports as traffic declined elsewhere.
20 May 2016
Allegations by the mayor of Newark that union hiring practices at the Port of New York and New Jersey promote racial, ethnic and gender inequity have attracted federal scrutiny.
17 May 2016
The largest trade group representing drayage companies in the Port of New York and New Jersey has created its own web-based forum to connect truckers looking to make “street turns.”
12 May 2016
JOC.com examined changes in market share by analyzing data from PIERS, a sister product of JOC.com within IHS.
12 May 2016
The Port of New York and New Jersey will soon complete a multiyear $2.1 billion project to deepen its channel to 50 feet but contemplates whether further work is needed.
10 May 2016
The first terminal at the Port of New York and New Jersey has announced how it will respond to the SOLAS container weight rule.