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.

08 Aug 2017
Creditors of bankrupt carrier Hanjin Shipping have filed claims that would give them only a tiny proportion of what is owed, a company attorney has told a New Jersey bankruptcy court.
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.
08 May 2016
Mention the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor to International Longshoremen’s Association officials or port employers, and they're likely to react with a grimace, a groan or a pier-style expletive.
07 May 2016
The New York Shipping Association and the International Longshoremen’s Association haven’t given up on their effort to dissolve the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor.
04 May 2016
Container volumes have returned to pre-recession levels and carriers are deploying super-post-Panamax ships in the U.S. trades.
28 Apr 2016
Container traffic through the Port of New York and New Jersey fell in March.
21 Apr 2016
Global Container Terminal on the Jersey City-Bayonne, N.J. border closed mid-morning Thursday and will stay closed throughout the day, after a tractor-trailer struck two people standing alongside a line of trucks, killing a driver and injuring a second man.
19 Apr 2016
Importers and exporters using the Port of New York and New Jersey to move containers to and from destinations within 260 miles of the largest East Coast port will save $5, an effort by the New York Shipping Association to fend off competitors from its regional distribution base.
15 Apr 2016
Deutsche Bank said it has reached an agreement to sell Maher Terminals, the 454-acre port terminal in Elizabeth, New Jersey, to a global infrastructure investment company, eight years after the German bank acquired it at the height of the pre-recession container import boom for $2.3 billion in 2007.