Joseph Bonney

Joseph Bonney is senior editor with The Journal of Commerce. He is based in Newark, N.J.

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Big increases in loaded import containers and empty export boxes pushed the Port of New York and New Jersey’s 2015 volume to a record 6,371,720 twenty-foot-equivalent units, despite soft December totals and continuing problems with congestion.

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