From left to right, Hanjin Chief Officer Adam Maria Kukulowicz, Port Authority staff Kevin McGee, the Boston’s captain, Sven Mai and  Hanjin Shipping’s Dang Yi were on hand at the presentation of the plaque.  Captain Sven Mai also received a plaque while  in command of the Hanjin Dallas, sister ship of the Hanjin Boston, during that ship’s inaugural port call to the Port of New York and New Jersey in the fall of 2014. The Hanjin Boston made her inaugural port call to the Port of New York and New Jersey, arriving at Maher Terminals on August 26, 2015. The 7,500 TEU class vessel wasRead More →

Staff from The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey presented a plaque to Captain Ho Lee, Master of the Hanjin Shenzhen, to commemorate the vessel’s inaugural port call at Global Terminals on Thursday, April 23, 2015. The Shenzhen is part of the Vessel Sharing Agreement with United Arab Shipping of Atlanta, GA; China Ocean Shipping Company of Montvale, NJ; and CMA-CGM of East Rutherford, NJ. Hanjin is headquartered in Paramus, NJ. The IMU Service (India/Mediterranean/USA, also known as the MINA Service) calls ports in India, Pakistan, Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Italy, and Spain, offering weekly first port of call service to the PortRead More →

On February, 27, 2015, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey presented a plaque commemorating the maiden voyage of the Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) Taipei to the vessel’s Master, Captain N.C. Huang. The Taipei called Global Terminal in its first visit from ports in Asia as part of the G6 Vessel Sharing Agreement (VSA). Also on hand to commemorate the occasion were Kevin Price, Vice President of Global Terminal LLC and Mayor James Davis of the City of Bayonne, who presented a plaque and keys to the city. The OOCL Taipei is a 8888 TEU ship that was recently christened and launchedRead More →

On Thursday, August 14, the Hanjin Baltimore made its inaugural port call to the Port of New York and New Jersey at Maher Terminals. The Hanjin Baltimore is a 7,471 TEU vessel built by Hyundai Heavy Industries Ltd. at their South Korean shipyard in 2005. As part of the AW8 weekly service string, the Baltimore will call on ports in China and Singapore before transiting the Suez Canal reaching the Port of New York and New Jersey in only 24 days. New York is the first port of call inbound. She then continues to Norfolk and Savannah before returning to China. The AW8 service operatesRead More →