Category Archives: shipping

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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OUTSIDE THE BOX – NOT ALL PORT CARGO COMES IN A CONTAINER

By Deputy Director Steve Coleman, Media Relations Nearly 60 years ago, entrepreneurial businessman Malcom McLean developed and launched an innovative shipping concept when he transported cargo in steel containers for the first time from the Port of New York and … Continue reading

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