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.

26 May 2017
The opening of the elevated Bayonne Bridge in June is likely to bring change.
06 Mar 2017
A federal judge on Friday gave the go-ahead to Maher Terminals at the Port of New York and New Jersey and the Georgia Ports Authority to dispose of Hanjin Shipping containers.
03 Mar 2017
The legislation follows repeated efforts by the International Longshoremen’s Association and port businesses to rein in the commission.
28 Feb 2017
Intermodal equipment providers hope to launch a long-delayed universal chassis pool at the Port of New York and New Jersey before the Bayonne Bridge is raised later this year.
24 Feb 2017
Barge routes have had varied success around the United States.
22 Feb 2017
APM Terminals has nearly tripled the previously announced upgrades at its terminal in the Port of New York and New Jersey.
08 Feb 2017
A winter storm has forced the Port of New York and New Jersey to close Thursday while other US Northeast ports hope to remain open.
07 Feb 2017
The Port of New York and New Jersey has spent billions in preparation for larger ships.
26 Jan 2017
One of the four main terminals at Port of New York and New Jersey suffered heavier than usual truck congestion for the fourth day in a row.
17 Jan 2017
The appointment system designed to combat congestion and improve efficiency at a major terminal of the Port of New York and New Jersey went off without a major glitch on its first regular work day Tuesday.
10 Jan 2017
FMC's action highlights friction between ocean carriers and lessors over port-wide chassis pool.
03 Jan 2017
The accident occurred April 21 in a line of trucks waiting at the staging area at the Global Container Terminal.