Archives



port-of-new-york-and-new-jersey

Commissioner Dye Turns Attention to New Orleans

Operations and cargo flow at the Port of New York and New Jersey have been minimally impacted by COVID-19 and the leadership at the bi-state organization has prioritized improving the container return process to further increase efficiencies and better serve shippers and truckers.Those are the two central observations highlighted by Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye in Phase Two of her review under Fact Finding 29, an investigation of COVID-19 impacts ... [+]

Flexible Barge Solution at Harbor of New York

A new Liebherr LHM 600 Mobile Harbor Crane has been in operation in the Port of New York and New Jersey since November 2019. Sims Metal Management, one of the world's leading metal recyclers, places its LHM 600 on a floating barge. This intelligent solution offers the company ... [+]

Current PANYNJ Port Director to Leave for Harvard Fellowship Program

The Port Authority of New York/New Jersey (PANYNJ) announced on September 6 that it will launch a nationwide search for a new director of its Port Department to succeed Molly Campbell, who will leave her position on October 26 to become a 2019 University Fellow as part of Harvard University’s ... [+]

History Redux

On September 7, 2018 the Port of New York and New Jersey celebrated the one-year anniversary of the arrival of the CMA CGM T. Roosevelt. This was the first of many large vessels to call on port terminals in Newark, Elizabeth and Staten Island after going under the newly raised ... [+]

Preferred Freezer Begins New Jersey Expansion

Preferred Freezer Services (PFS), a global leader in advanced design and engineered temperature-controlled warehouses, is further expanding its cold storage facilities in the New York / New Jersey Port with their newest facility in Kearny, NJ.   The cold storage warehouse, set to open in the summer of 2018, will add 197,000 ... [+]

Annual cargo volumes at the Port of New York and New Jersey beat the previous record by more than 10% according to figures released today.

The port handled 6,371,720 TEUs (or 3,664,013 cargo containers) in 2015, an increase of 10.4% over the previous record set in 2014. The record volumes allowed the port to maintain its position as the busiest on the East Coast with nearly 30% of the nation’s total market share. Despite the increases in ... [+]

[aas_zone zone_id="13529"]