The Port of New York and New Jersey (the Port) is excited to announce that its weekly Supply Chain Dashboard is now available on PortTruckPass (PTP). The Port Authority and marine terminal operators remain committed to identifying ways to increase transparency to improve our customers’ experience, including the many resources PortTruckPass offers. PortTruckPass is an online service provided by Sustainable Terminal Services, Inc., a nonprofit corporation created by the Port’s marine terminal operators to promote secure, environmentally sensitive, and efficient operations at the Port of New York and New Jersey. PortTruckPass houses the Terminal Information Portal System (TIPS), a tool for motor carriers, shippers, beneficialRead More →

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was recently recognized for its dedication to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at the Transpacific Maritime Conference (TPM23) held on February 27 to March 1 in Long Beach, California. The agency’s Port Department Director, Bethann Rooney, was a panelist at the conference and accepted the Best Stand Out Retention award in person on behalf of the agency, which was the second year in a row that the agency received a DEI-related achievement at the conference. Among the initiatives cited was the vast array of Employee Business Resource Groups (EBRGs) that the Port Authority supports and itsRead More →

July 2022 cargo volumes (776,167 TEUs) through the Port of New York & New Jersey (the Port) continued a two-year streak of consecutive record-breaking monthly volumes and also marked the ninth-busiest month of all time for cargo activity at the Port. Year to date, container volume is up 11.4% compared to the same record-breaking period in 2021.  With elevated volumes and a spotlight on the international supply chain’s ability to move goods effectively in the aftermath of pandemic induced demand, the Port remains committed to identifying ways to increase efficiency and transparency to improve our customers’ experience. The need for additional data visibility remains aRead More →

Moving over 859,953 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) in June 2022, the Port of New York and New Jersey’s cargo volumes remain elevated at 40.7% over pre-Pandemic levels (June 2019). June was the second-busiest month of container activity in the Port’s history behind March 2022 volumes.  We are acutely aware of the current challenges associated with these extraordinarily high volumes, including periods of significant port roadway traffic, instances of longer than normal turn times, limited chassis availability, and lack of empty return locations.  We wanted to take this opportunity to provide important updates on measures that are being taken to try and address these issues. The PortRead More →

Cargo shihp at Bayonne Bridge

May 2022 was a historic month at the Port of New York and New Jersey as it became the second busiest month of cargo activity in our history. Total volume increased by 6.1 percent in May, totaling 845,305 TEUs (468,098 containers) compared to 796,693 TEUs (442,544 containers) in May 2021. This number brings our yearly total to 4,034,683 TEUs (2,226,155 containers). Imports also rose by 7.6% in May, totaling 426,423 TEUs (236,696 containers) versus 396,417 TEUs (220,620 containers) the previous year. From January through May 2022, imported loads at the Port of New York and New Jersey reached 2,068,369 TEUs (1,143,259 containers), an 11.5 percentRead More →