The aftermath of a cyber-attack on APM Terminals all over the world is approaching its fourth week, as truckers continue to report delays at the gates. The attack occurred on June 27, and is believed to have been an attempt to wipe company computers completely, according to the Journal of Commerce (JOC). APM’s ability to […]

According to WABC-TV: Police say a person was struck and killed by a tractor-trailer Thursday morning at a terminal in New Jersey. The victim was hit at 10:30 a.m. while walking at the Global Container Terminal in Jersey City, and pronounced dead. The Port Authority Police Department is investigating the accident. The victim’s identity has not yet been […]

Container terminals at the Port of New York and New Jersey resumed operations Friday night after International Longshoremen’s Association members staged a one-day wildcat strike that was clouded by confusion and blamed on a variety of issues. The surprise walkout at 10 a.m. Friday disrupted the East Coast’s busiest port, which was still trying to catch up […]

ILA Walkout at NY/NJ Ports
January 29, 2016

Container terminals at the Port of New York and New Jersey were idled Friday morning when International Longshoremen’s Association workers walked off the job. The walkout began about 10 a.m., and reportedly affected all port terminals. Trucking company dispatchers advised drivers to avoid joining queues outside terminal gates. There was no official confirmation of the cause of […]