New York/New Jersey nears 650,000 TEU in April


The Port of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) moved 648,930 TEU in April 2023.

These figures position the seaport as the nation’s second busiest for the first four months of the year.

The seaport moved 7 per cent more cargo in April 2023 compared to pre-pandemic April 2019.

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PANYNJ reported that the import of fewer than 23,000 loaded TEU separated the nation’s top three busiest ports in April as US retailers work to move out goods stored in domestic warehouses during last year’s supply chain challenges and global production demands decline.

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Late last year, the CMA CGM Group signed an agreement to acquire Bayonne and New York terminals currently held by Global Container Terminals Inc. (GCT).

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