Category Archives: North Atlantic shipping

PONYNJ: Ten Things You Don’t Know About Shipping

Compiled by Port Authority Staff When it comes to commercial shipping, history is being made across the New York/New Jersey region. From raising the Bayonne Bridge to accommodate larger ships to dredging the port harbor to 50 feet to allow … Continue reading

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Port Newark: How Malcom McLean Changed the World

By Portfolio Editor Roz Hamlett Sixty years ago this week, Malcom McLean, trucking mogul turned shipping magnate, tilted the shipping world on its axis when the 524-foot Ideal X cast off from Berth 24 at the foot of Marsh Street … Continue reading

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Port of New York and New Jersey: The Seamen’s Church Institute, Home Away From Home

By Portfolio Editor Roz Hamlett and Lenis Rodrigues, Media Relations Staff Located on Export Street in the heart of Port Newark, amid the bustling trucks and stacks of cargo containers, a little-known oasis awaits mariners who work aboard the big … Continue reading

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