Thanks to extensive facility improvements, GCT New York is ready to welcome big ships with speed and efficiency. The recent dredging project, completed at the end of 2014, deepened our berth to 50 feet (15.2 meters). Terminal operations are supported by a 3,012-foot (918.1-meter) contiguous berth, post-Panamax cranes, and an expanded on-dock rail transfer service. The terminal has the quickest truck turn times in the New York/New Jersey harbor and now we can extend this incredibly efficient service to even more vessels than before.
Monday – Friday: 07:00 – 16:00
Double moves: until 15:30
Single moves: until 16:00
Reefer receiving to delivery: until 15:30
Haz Mat cargo receiving: until 15:00
Out-of-gauge cargo will be received/delivered by appointment only.
AQI + Reefer
With 24 truck gates and 13 scales, operations at GCT New York run seamlessly with the goal of getting our customers and their cargo in and out as fast as possible. The terminal has several unique services and procedures including in-house trucking services, paperless gate operations, and, when necessary, longer gate hours.
All exit and entrance roads to the terminal are designed to keep traffic flowing smoothly in and out of the terminal. Dedicated transfer zones, pre-positioned cargo, and the elimination of cross-traffic intersections are just a few of the unique features that keep your cargo moving right along.
GCT New York has easy access to I-278, Route 440, I-95, 1-78, and Routes 1 and 9. It is just minutes away from the bridges that connect it to the tri-state area and the Northeast.
When it comes to storing your cargo, GCT New York is the only terminal in the harbor that maintains its own general and temperature-controlled warehousing facilities. Our secure, on-site warehouses provide customers with a low-cost storage solution, reducing the number of moves a container needs to make.
Sq. Ft. of storage
No matter how well designed a piece of equipment is, it will, on occasion, require some maintenance work—and usually when you are on a very tight schedule. Thanks to our on-site maintenance facilities, we can perform fast, reliable repairs for all kinds of equipment including cranes, containers, and vehicles. So even a major breakdown won’t cause a major delay.
onsite chassis pools
In 2015, GCT New York began servicing containerized municipal solid waste. Two special electric barge cranes, two new working rail tracks, and other supporting container handling equipment were added to service this account.
Municipal solid waste from New York City marine transfer stations are offloaded from barges and loaded on railcars where it is transported to waste-to-energy facilities in Niagara Falls, NY or Covanta Delaware Valley.
The GCT New York Centralized Examination Station (CES) is located directly on the terminal. The facility is equipped to complete all Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) activities in a seamless, reliable, and efficient manner, including: