Insult atop injury for NY-NJ truckers

Bonney, Joseph
March 2004
Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);3/8/2004, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p49
Addresses the problems experienced by truckers at the Port of New York and New Jersey in the first two weeks of March 2004. Refusal of the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) investigate the way terminals calculate detention payments to truckers; Reasons provided by the FMC on why they refused to investigate the case; Cargo backup at the Port Newark Container Terminal caused delays outside the gate.


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