The Port of New York and New Jersey’s four largest container terminals plan to remain closed Tuesday for a second day following a weekend storm that buried much of the U.S. Northeast with two or more feet of snow.
The GCT New York terminal on Staten Island and Red Hook Terminal’s facilities in Brooklyn and New Jersey will reopen on Tuesday, but Maher Terminals, APM Terminals, Port Newark Container Terminal and GCT Bayonne do not plan to reopen until Wednesday, the port authority said. Further details were expected Monday after a port authority conference call with terminal, carrier and trucking officials.
Some of the Port of Baltimore’s terminals, including the Maryland Port Administration’s Seagirt and Dundalk terminals, also were closed Monday, but other Baltimore facilities were operating. Philadelphia port terminals also were operating on Monday.