New York Shipping Association

New York Shipping Association

13 Dec 2013
A federal judge has scheduled a hearing for Thursday on whether to block a hiring rules change that industry officials say could worsen a labor shortage that contributed to gridlock at the Port of New York and New Jersey last summer.
12 Dec 2013
The New York Shipping Association and the International Longshoremen’s Association have asked a court to block a hiring rules change they say would worsen labor shortages in the Port of New York and New Jersey.
Worker in crane cab
08 Dec 2013
How diverse is the longshore work force at the Port of New York and New Jersey? It depends on whom you ask, and on what they’re counting.
05 Dec 2013
Who controls dockworker hiring at the Port of New York and New Jersey? The answer may be decided in court.
Port of New York and New Jersey - Bayonne - 2012
03 Dec 2013
The New York Shipping Association’s board unanimously reaffirmed its support of a lawsuit the NYSA and the International Longshoremen’s Association filed against the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor.
25 Nov 2013
The Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor, which contends that International Longshoremen’s Association referrals for
Port of New York and New Jersey
22 Nov 2013
The New York Shipping Association and the International Longshoremen’s Association filed a lawsuit Friday seeking to enjoin the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor from “interference” in hiring of dockworkers.
21 Nov 2013
The Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor’s scheduled Nov. 25 hearing on longshore hiring practices at the Port of New York and New Jersey has been postponed until a to-be-determined date in December.
15 Nov 2013
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey reported “continued progress” in its efforts to broker an agreement to settle a dispute over hiring of longshoremen in the port.
Tractor at terminal in Port of New York and New Jersey
11 Nov 2013
After the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor held a series of lively hearings in 2010 on work and pay practices at the East Coast’s busiest port, Commissioner Ronald Goldstock said the crime watchdog agency’s work was just beginning.
11 Nov 2013
New York-New Jersey is the only U.S. port where the size of the longshore work force is set by a law enforcement agency that must approve new hires.
New York crane operator
07 Nov 2013
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said it is “optimistic” about success in its effort to broker a deal to settle a dispute over the hiring of additional longshoremen at the port.
05 Nov 2013
Edward Wytkind, president of the AFL-CIO’s Transportation Trades Department, urged the governors of New York and New Jersey to force a bistate crime watchdog agency to approve a longshore hiring plan in the Port of New York and New Jersey.
Dockworker at the Port of New York and New Jersey
28 Oct 2013
International Longshoremen’s Association officials and port employers told an industry forum that a standoff with the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor over longshore hiring threatens to undermine productivity gains in a new ILA contract.
Port of New York and New Jersey
26 Oct 2013
International Longshoremen’s Association President Harold Daggett said ILA members in the Port of New York and New Jersey are “fed up” with hiring delays he blames on the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor.
25 Oct 2013
The New York Shipping Association and the International Longshoremen’s Association said “bureaucratic delays” by the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor are jeopardizing productivity at the East Coast’s busiest port.
23 Oct 2013
The Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor has scheduled a series of public hearings to highlight what commission official contend are discriminatory hiring practices for longshore workers in the Port of New York and New Jersey.
Port of New York and New Jersey
23 Aug 2013
The New York Shipping Association and International Longshoremen’s Association have begun referrals for pre-clearance of candidates for New York-New Jersey dockworker jobs that will open up during the next few months.
New York Container Terminal dockworker
02 Aug 2013
The New York Shipping Association expects “within the next couple of weeks” to seek permission to expand the longshore work force in the Port of New York and New Jersey, NYSA President John Nardi said.
Port of New York and New Jersey
06 Jun 2013
The New York Shipping Association and the International Longshoremen’s Association are in the early stages of implementing a new contract that targets high costs and low productivity at the Port of New York and New Jersey.
05 Jun 2013
John Nardi was named president of the New York Shipping Association, succeeding Joseph C. Curto at the association that represents ocean carriers and marine terminal operators at the Port of New York and New Jersey.
Port of New York and New Jersey container operation
12 Apr 2013
New York Shipping Association members ratified a new International Longshoremen’s Association labor contract that NYSA officials said clears the way to make the Port of New York and New Jersey more competitive.
APM Terminal, Port of New York and New Jersey
29 Mar 2013
If the new International Longshoremen’s Association contract works as planned, the Port of New York and New Jersey will become more productive and less costly over the next six years.
08 Feb 2013
The International Longshoremen’s Association and its employers, which have tentatively agreed on a coastwide master contr
ILA dockworkers in the Port of Jacksonville, Fla.
04 Feb 2013
Negotiations are resuming this week at East and Gulf Coast ports on local agreements that supplement the coastwide master
Dockworkers at the Port of Mobile, Ala.
03 Feb 2013
International Longshoremen’s Association President Harold Daggett said he’s confident ILA members will be satisfied with a tentative agreement on a coastwide contract and that the union now will turn its attention “to achieving equally successful local contract agreements.”
Maher Terminals, Port of New York and New Jersey
21 Jan 2013
The International Longshoremen’s Association and employers will resume bargaining Tuesday on New York-New Jersey port issues that may pose the toughest challenge to settlement of an East and Gulf Coast dockworker contract.
04 Oct 2012
Representatives of the International Longshoremen’s and the New York Shipping Association have opened negotiations on a contract covering issues including work rules and pay practices in the Por
16 Aug 2012
The New York State Division of Human Rights filed a complaint accusing the International Longshoremen’s Association,
25 May 2012
A longshore labor dispute that produced three days of work slowdowns and long delays for trucks at Port of New York and New Jersey marine terminals apparently was settled Friday.
08 Feb 2012
A federal appeals court affirmed a lower court’s decision that the New York Shipping Association acted prematurely in challenging a port crime watchdog agency’s plan for independent monito
26 Jan 2012
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s new executive director said the agency will use its leases as a lever to end “deliberate discrimination” in hiring on the bistate port
26 Jan 2012
The Port of New York and New Jersey’s various factions must work together to improve a port that is “not as efficient, productive or even as safe as some of our competitors,” said Ne
03 Jan 2012
John Nardi, a longtime official at Hapag-Lloyd (America), has joined the New York Shipping Association as executive vice president.
14 Nov 2011
The International Longshoremen’s Association and the New York Shipping Association said they will give hiring preference to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans for jobs that open up in the Port of New