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New York / New Jersey

Introduction, Major Towns Near, Port Detail

The Port of New York and New Jersey is the port district of the New York-Newark metropolitan area, encompassing the dual states of New York and New Jersey. It is the busiest port on the United States East Coast and one of the most active in the world, handling over 33 million tons of cargo in 2017. The closest major towns to the Port of New York and New Jersey are Newark, NJ, and New York City. The port is governed by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, a bi-state public-benefit corporation that provides port, transportation, and other trade-related services. The port consists of a complex of approximately 150 miles of shipping channels, anchorages, and terminal facilities located in New York Harbor and along the New Jersey shore of the Hudson River. The port is the nation’s top gateway for fresh fruit and vegetables, coffee, tea, and cocoa imports. It is also the leading gateway for containerized freight from or going to the East Coast of South America. The port is the primary entry point for ferries from Staten Island and New Jersey.

Export /Import requirements

 All shipments of goods destined for export from the United States must be cleared through Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Goods destined for export must be properly marked and labeled, and the required export documentation must be obtained before shipment. The shipper is responsible for ensuring that the goods are correctly classified and that all required export licenses and permits have been received. Imports All shipments of goods destined for import into the United States must be cleared through Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Goods destined for import must be appropriately marked and labeled, and the required import documentation must be obtained before shipment. The importer ensures that the goods are correctly classified and that all the necessary import licenses and permits have been received.

1 - Address225 Park Avenue South New York, NY 10003 United States

2 - Port AuthorityThe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

3 - Phone212-435-4200

4 - Fax-

5 - Email-

6 - Coordinates40º 42' 19'' N, -74º -1' -3'' W

7 - Decimal40.7054754, -74.0176809

8 - UN/LOCODEUSNYC

9 - Port TypeDeepwater Seaport

10 - Port SizeVery Large

11 - Websitewww.panynj.gov

12 - TerminalYes

Informations
Port Detail

Inland port

Entrance Restrictions

Mean tide5 feet

Tide

Overhead Limit

Swell

Water Depth

Channel41 - 45 feet 12.5 - 13.7 meters

Cargo Pier41 - 45 feet 12.5 - 13.7 meters

Mean Tide

Anchorage41 - 45 feet 12.5 - 13.7 meters

Oil Terminal46 - 50 feet 14 - 15.2 meters

Harbor Characteristics

Harbor SizeLarge

ShelterExcellent

Max Vessel SizeOver 500 feet in length

Harbor TypeRiver Natural

Turning Area

Informations
Pilotage

Compulsory

Available

Advisable

Local Assist

Supplies

Provisions

Fuel Oil

Deck

Water

Diesel Oil

Engine

Lifts & Cranes

0-24 Ton Lifts

25-49 Ton Lifts

50-100 Ton Lifts

100+ Ton Lifts

Fixed Cranes

Mobile Cranes

Floating Cranes

Loading & Unloading

Wharves

Med Moor

Ice

Anchor

Beach

Tugs

Assist

Salvage

Quarantine

Pratique

Deratt Cert

Port Services

Longshore

Electrical Repair

Steam

Electrical

Navigation Eq

Repairs, Drydock & Other Services

Ship Repairs

Marine Railroad

Drydock Size

Garbage Disposal

Dirty Ballast

Communications

Telephone

Radio

Air

Telegraph

Radio Tel

Rail

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Ocean

Economical, Efficient and
Environmental-friendly
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Air

Speedy, cost-effective
and Highly reliable
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Land

Door to door, low risk and
flexible
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Customs

Expert brokerage
assistance
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