Port Newark New Jersey – home of our NJ Warehouse.
The Port of New York/New Jersey is the largest port complex on the East Coast of North America and is located at the hub of the most concentrated and affluent consumer market in the world, with immediate access to the most extensive interstate highway and rail networks in the NJ and NY region. In addition, The Port Authority directly oversees the operation of seven cargo terminals in the New York-New Jersey region. Each terminal offers comprehensive shipping services, a qualified, highly productive labor force and competitive pricing. The Port also provides a fast and efficient rail and trucking and warehouse services. The SEA LINK® Driver Identification Program speeds cargo processing. The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey is a bi-state agency formed in 1921 to promote trade and commerce in the entire port region and has been the grantee for FTZ No. 49 since 1979.
Marine Terminals and Transportation
The Port of New York and New Jersey consists of a comprehensive set of terminals and services that spans the New York/New Jersey harbor; operations meet the needs of international shippers with a variety of cargo movement solutions.
The Port of New York and New Jersey is the gateway to the most concentrated and affluent consumer market in the world. Each year, more than 25 million tons of oceanborne general cargo moves through the port, including 4.5 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) of containerized cargo. The Port Newark/Elizabeth-Port Authority Marine Terminal complex (NJ), the PA Auto Marine Terminal (NJ), Brooklyn Piers and Red Hook Container Terminal (NY) and Howland Hook Marine Terminal (NY) handle most of the cargo and these facilities are managed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. In addition, there are private operators such as Global Marine Terminal and a number of marine terminals operated by private bulk cargo operators.
The Passenger Ship Terminal known as New York Cruise Terminal for passenger ship service is operated by P&O Ports North America for the City of New York.
Port Newark/ Elizabeth
Port Newark and the Elizabeth-Port Authority Marine Terminal operate as one fully integrated marine terminal, forming the largest and most comprehensive collection of maritime cargo handling facilities on the East Coast of North America. The entire complex is part of Foreign-Trade Zone No. 49, operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Port Newark NJ
Port Newark NJ is one of the most flexible multi-purpose cargo centers in the United States. Its facilities include wharves, deep-water ship berths, and 3 million square feet of buildings distribution buildings, specialized facilities, warehouses, roadways and direct rail access.
Port Newark features:
- Direct rail service by NS and CSX for tank cars, and box cars handling non-containerized cargo such as liquid and dry bulk and scrap metal.
- An interim rail terminal for containerized cargo.
- A 125,000 square-foot refrigerated storage space.
- Two bulk liquid handling facilities for warehousing refined and edible grades of fats and oils.
- A high-tech copper rod production plant.
- Two orange juice concentrate storage and blending facilities.
- Two auto preparation centers with nearly 300 acres for automobile preparation and storage.
- A wallboard manufacturing plant.
- Several bulk cargo handling facilities for gypsum, scrap metal, cement, and salt.
- Public warehousing and warehouse distribution buildings.