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We’re pleased to announce the launch of the new GCT Bayonne website.

As part of our rebranding initiative, we are revamping all of our terminal websites and we are excited to share the first one of those with you today. The redesigned GCT Bayonne website embodies the forward-thinking approach and efficient service

Global Terminal launches new mobile app.

Global Terminal has just released a new mobile app designed to make it easier for customers, truckers and stakeholders to access important information on the go.

The new Global Terminal expansion is officially open!

After four years of careful planning, building and testing, Global Terminal officially celebrated the completion of the expansion with a grand opening ceremony earlier today.

Port Strategy features the new Global Terminal expansion.

An article by PortStrategy.com discusses the positive effects the new Global Terminal expansion project will have on the Port of New York/New Jersey and the carriers that call there.

Global

The Journal of Commerce talks to some of Global Terminal’s key team members about everything that has been accomplished over the past three years in order to meet the expansion’s much-anticipated go-live date.

The new Global Terminal expansion is on target.

After more than four years of planning, construction, testing and training, the Global Terminal expansion officially took delivery of the final five RMG cranes last Thursday. The new semi-automated terminal will have the harbour’s fastest turnaround times and is expected to execute its first commercial lift this June.

The Global Terminal team takes on a 100-year-old sewer outfall tunnel.

Guy Buzzoni, VP of Infrastructure Development, collaborated with Civil Engineering to write an article about one of the more complicated structural issues the team had to resolve during the expansion: a 100-year-old sewer outfall tunnel that cut across the planned

GLOBAL’S AMAZING RACE: PART 3

In part three of Global’s Amazing Race, Joseph Bonney talks to Guy Buzzoni about the challenges of building the expansion within a fully operational terminal.

GLOBAL’S AMAZING RACE: PART 2

In part two of Global’s Amazing Race, Joseph Bonney gets a firsthand look at the exciting arrival of the first five automated RMG cranes.

THE FIRST FIVE AUTOMATED RMG CRANES ARRIVE AMIDST MUCH EXCITEMENT.

On October 17th, the first five of twenty automated Rail Mounted Gantry (RMG) cranes arrived at Global Terminal. The cranes, designed and manufactured by Konecranes, were a remarkable sight to behold as they were unloaded with precise choreography over the course of three days. Each crane is 80 feet tall and can lift up to 40 tons at a time. The remaining fifteen cranes are expected to arrive in the near future as Global Terminal continues to prepare for the April 2014 go-live date.


GLOBAL’S AMAZING RACE

In this exclusive series, Journal of Commerce writer Joseph Bonney goes behind the scenes at Global Terminal for an up-close look at the expansion project.

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