Port Authority of New York & New Jersey

08 Aug 2017
The New Jersey-based company told the US Federal Maritime Commission that the port authority has asked it to vacate warehouse space, not only at an expense to business but to it shipper customers.
02 May 2017
The completion of the $1.6 billion elevation project will enable big ships at the nation’s third-largest port to reach three of its four main 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.
07 Feb 2017
The Port of New York and New Jersey has spent billions in preparation for larger ships.
20 Dec 2016
The Port of New York and New Jersey’s share of the East Coast container market has slipped to less than one-third in recent years amid tough competition from other ports.
08 Nov 2016
The Port of New York and New Jersey plans to create what it says will be the first state-of-the art crane training center at a port on the East Coast.
01 Nov 2016
Officials at the Port of New York and New Jersey hope a record monthly volume of rail cargo is just the start of the payoff from years of intermodal investment that seeks to give the port a competitive edge as ever-larger ships arrive on the East Coast.
28 Oct 2016
Credit agency Fitch Rating has given an AA- rating to two Port Authority of New York and New Jersey consolidated bonds, saying the authority's outlook is “stable.”
Maher Terminals and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey have been at odds over a number of issues over the past decade.
27 Oct 2016
Maher Terminals and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey have agreed to settle an eight-year-long legal dispute.
11 Oct 2016
The ship’s arrival in New York is the latest sign that a slowly growing portion of the troubled liner’s fleet is finally reaching its destination.
02 Sep 2016
The US Army Corps of Engineers and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey have completed work for a depth of 50 feet.
22 Aug 2016
Authorities at the Port of New York and New Jersey are scrutinizing trucks bought under a program that awards grants to replace older, polluting drayage vehicles.