Cargo volume at the Port of New York and New Jersey continued to rise for the 4th month in a row, with total volume for November 2020 at 738,885 TEUs (408,482 containers), up 23.2 percent compared to the same month in 2019 when the seaport handled 599,626 TEUs (338,857 containers). With the latest data available for November, the seaport moved a total of 6,876,744 TEUs (3,860,612 containers) so far in 2020. Imports rose by 27.7 percent in November totaling 386,219 TEUs (214,397 containers), which was up from 302,460 TEUs (171,273 containers) in November 2019. From January through November 2020, imports at the Port of NewRead More →

Total volume at the Port of New York and New Jersey rose by 13.4 percent in October, posting 755,437 TEUs (419,744 containers) versus 666,381 TEUs (374,805 containers) in October 2019. This increase brings our year through October total to 6,137,859 TEUs (3,452,130 containers). October imports totaled 405,415 TEUs (224,835 containers) compared to 340,952 TEUs (191,655 containers) in October 2019, an 18.9 percent increase. From January through October 2020, imports at the Port of New York and New Jersey reached 3,198,861 TEUs (1,788,425 containers) versus 3,195,511 TEUs (1,804,364 containers) in the same period of 2019, a 0.1 percent increase. Exports in October at the Port totaledRead More →

Continuing its recovery to 2019 volume levels, the Port of New York and New Jersey surpassed its all-time September record as factories and manufacturers around the world ramped up activity in preparation for the holiday season and growing concerns of future supply chain disruptions. The Port reported total volume of 720,969 TEUs (399,803 containers) for September 2020, which was a 15.4 percent increase from the September 2019 totals of 624,961 TEUs (352,098 containers) i. This new record brings the Port’s volume through September to 5,382,422 TEUs (3,032,386 containers).  The seaport’s recovery was the lone bright spot in the overall financial performance of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which reported last month continuing declines in revenue primarily due to low passenger volumes at the agency’s major airports, low ridership onRead More →

Seven months into the COVID-19 global pandemic, with closures and restrictions all around us, the Port of New York and New Jersey remains open and fully operational. Container volumes have rebounded sharply, consistent with the elimination of most “blank sailings.” In August, the Port returned to 2019 levels, setting a new all-time monthly container record, including a new record for intermodal rail volume. At almost 65,000 lifts, the port-wide intermodal ExpressRail system handled 7.8 percent more volume than August 2019, with overall rail volume up 1.4 percent year-to-date through August 2020.     Following the Golden Week celebration (October 1-8), just two blank sailings remain on Transpacific services calling on the Port of New York and New Jersey. Currently, projections indicate that container volume will remain strong for the rest of the year. Maintaining cargo supply chain fluidity remains a primary objective for the Port Authority of New York and NewRead More →

Volumes at the Port of New York and New Jersey rose across the board in July compared to the previous month. The effects of COVID-19 impacted June’s total volume numbers, but July’s total volume increased to 607,463 TEUs (342,124 lifts) compared to 511,306 TEUs (290,454 lifts) in June. July’s total volume numbers show an 8.4 percent decrease compared to July 2019, which had 662,994 TEUs (376,135 lifts). July’s numbers bring our year to date total to 3,973,088 TEUs (2,249,186 lifts). Imports for July totaled 328,864 TEUs (184,667 lifts) versus 338,728 TEUs (191,691 lifts) in July 2019, a 2.9 percent decrease. For January through July 2020,Read More →