Company Overview of South Jersey Port Corporation
South Jersey Port Corporation provides commercial, industrial, and maritime terminal services. It handles wood and steel products, project cargo products, break bulk and bulk cargo products, bananas, pineapples, other perishables, cocoa beans, and more discharging from vessels/ships to rail cars. The company also provides on-demand inventory control services, warehouse or crane services, short and long term covered and open storage opportunities, and logistic services. It serves customers worldwide. South Jersey Port Corporation was formerly known as South Jersey Port Commission and changed its name to South Jersey Port Corporation in 1968. The company was founded in 1928 and is based in Cam...
2nd & Beckett Streets
Camden, NJ 08103
Founded in 1928
Key Executives for South Jersey Port Corporation
Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer
Deputy Executive Director of Administrative Services
General Manager of Maintenance of Mobile Equipment and Facilities
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
South Jersey Port Corporation Key Developments
Holt Logistics and South Jersey Port Team to Upgrade Paulsboro Port
Jul 18 14
Holt Logistics reported that it has entered into a partnership with the South Jersey Port Corp. (SJPC) for the construction of a new marine terminal in Paulsboro, New Jersey. The planned 190-acre facility will be the first new multi-purpose marine terminal to be constructed on the Delaware River in over 30 years, and is estimated to create more than 850 permanent jobs when the new Paulsboro Marine Terminal is fully completed. The redevelopment of the Paulsboro Marine Terminal is directly connected to the planned construction of the new Holtec International manufacturing facility in Camden. As part of its agreement with the SJPC, Holt will relinquish a portion of the Pier 5 port facility at the Broadway Marine Terminal in Camden in exchange for the opportunity to energize the operation at Paulsboro, which has been vacant since the original BP oil refinery was permanently shuttered. SJPC anticipates completion of a $170 million redevelopment of the Paulsboro terminal by 2015. Holt will initially invest in excess of $10 million at the site, which represents the first phase of a private investment. As the facilities and surrounding industrial development areas reach their full potential, Holt anticipates larger investments into the port facility.
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