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Cargo volume up at Port of New York and New Jersey – CSCMP’s Supply Chain Quarterly

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By Supply Chain Quarterly Staff | November 14, 2019

September imports rose nearly 4% and exports fell slightly, but overall volume was up 3.6%, port officials said.

Aerial shot of containers in yardCargo volume through the Port of New York and New Jersey rose 3.6% in September, port officials said Wednesday. 

The port processed 624,961 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) in September, compared to 603,034 TEUs in the year-ago period. Total volume through the port year-to-date is more than 5.6 million TEUs. Officials said import loads rose 3.9%, export loads fell 0.4%, and empty export containers increased 5.7% during the month. 

Rail volume decreased 4.9% during the month but was up 3.2% year-to-date. Fewer autos moved through the port in September as well. Officials cited a 16.7% decrease in automotive volume compared to a year ago, although volume was up 1.8% year-to-date, officials said.

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