from PRPA Website
November 22, 2016
from PRPA Website
November 22, 2016
Greenwich Terminals, LLC will operate Packer Ave Marine Terminal normally
during the period of the Democratic National Convention: Monday, July 25
to Thursday, July 28.
Greenwich Terminals LLC ("GRT"), as Operators of Packer Avenue Marine
Greenwich Terminals LLC ("GRT"), as Operators of Packer Avenue MarineTerminal in Philadelphia, PA, USA, is pleased to announce its revisedpolicy relating to the receipt of export containers.GRT will receive all containers regardless of whether a VGM has beenelectronically lodged prior to a containers arrival at the terminal by acarrier or not. All containers received will be weighed and that weightwill be transmitted via EDI 322 to appropriate carrier.
Due to inclement weather, Gloucester Terminals will be closed on Saturday
Terminal clean up efforts will be ongoing throughout the weekend so
Packer Avenue Marine Terminal will be fully operational and open on time
Effective Monday 12 October, all trucks must have a license plate which islegible and properly mounted on the FRONT of the vehicle.If your truck does not meet this requirement you will not be serviced. Thank you on behalf of Greenwich Terminals
Packer Avenue Marine Terminal will operate normally on Friday 25 September and Monday 28 September with one exception. Friday gate close will be 4 PM with cutoff for Haz-mat and genset out at3PM.
Port of Philadelphia welcomes U.S. Senator Patrick Toomey and Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker
By: AJOT | Jul 02 2015 at 02:39 PM | Ports & Terminals
Senator Toomey and Secretary Pritzker visit Packer Avenue Marine Terminal to discuss trade and jobs with port officials
Terminal Closure Announcement The Packer Avenue Marine Terminal and Gloucester Marine Terminal will be closed tomorrow 1/27/15 due to inclement weather.
Picture from Right to Left: Thomas Holt Jr. Jim Fleming (President of the Traffic Club, Thomas Holt III, and Leo Holt
Philadelphia, PA The MSC Judith, pictured below, is the largest vessel ever to discharge at the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal in the Port of Philadelphia. The vessel discharged on Sunday, November 17 has the capacity to hold just over 8,000 TEUs! Photo Credit: Dominic O'Brien of the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority
Holt Logistics and South Jersey Port Corp Partner to Revitalize Paulsboro Port
|Greenwich Terminals, LLC is announcing that starting Monday 12 May 2014 and until further notice, gate time at Packer Avenue Marine Terminal will be extended by two hours until 6 PM.|
60% of channel is currently completed.
Balance of Current Year 2013- 5%
Total Channel Completed by end of 2013- 65%
Reach E- Spring 2014
Reach AA- 2014 and 2015
Reach B- End of 2014
speech by Judy Roman who presented the award
Thank you, Deb and good evening! It’s a pleasure to be back at another Pinnacle Awards Dinner and to be able to present this year’s Wellness Award again!
More than 100 years ago, Thomas Edison was quoted as saying that doctors of the future will interest their patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.
Please Click on the attachment to find out what the Delaware River Port Community is doing to help out!
ELECTION DAY CLOSING NOTICE:
THE PACKER AVENUE MARINE TERMINAL WILL BE CLOSE ON TUESDAY NOVEMBER 6th, 2012 FOR ELECTION DAY
VETERANS DAY PACKER AVENUE MARINE TERMINAL IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS
The Packer Avenue Marine Terminal and Gloucester Marine Terminal are open for business starting at 0700.
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Dennis Rochford, President of the Maritime Exchange for the Delaware River and Bay, today applauded the news of President Obama including the Delaware River 45' Main Channel Deepening Project in his FY13 budget to be submitted to Congress today.
Happy New Year!
Since September 2011, the Riverside Renewable Energy (R2 Energy) solar array, on the roofs at the Gloucester Marine Terminal, has been producing clean & renewable power!
Is your supply chain green? Check out the environmental savings below!
Happy New Year to all of our friends around the Globe.
2011 was an exciting year for everyone here in Philadelphia and Gloucester. We look forward to another great year in 2012!
Delaware Avenue Enterprises Inc, (DAE) located on the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal in Philadelphia, handled its first loads of Wine & Spirits last week. International Shippers of all commodities use DAE’s on-dock distribution center to cut costs and add flexibility to their supply chain. Jim Sinclair operations manager, said “Shippers drastically reduce their inland transportation costs by shipping commodities, like wine and spirits, heavy then transloading cargo into 53ft trailers for delivery to customers.
Greenwich Terminals LLC is a proud supporter of BLOCS!
Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools, BLOCS, is an independent charitable organization supported by companies, firms and foundations of all sizes in the five county Philadelphia region. Since 1980, BLOCS has invested in the lives of tens of thousands of children throughout the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, including some of the poorest neighborhoods in the City.
WORLD’S LARGEST “RO/RO” VESSEL TO ARRIVE AT PACKER AVENUE MARINE TERMINAL ON APRIL 28 TO DISCHARGE HYUNDAIS AND KIAS
Nearly 100,000 new cars have been unloaded at PAMT since August
February 17, 2011 (Pictured Above- Tom Holt Jr. & Ambassador Han at the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal)
Hyundai Motor Co. cars being unloaded at Philadelphia's port became props as U.S. business lobbyists and the South Korean government pushed for approval of a free-trade deal.
As of February 1st 2011 Delaware Avenue Enterprises, the on-dock warehouse at the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal, is a fully licensed and bonded PLCB warehouse. Shippers of spirits and alcoholic beverages can take advantage of the cost savings and service of the professional staff at the on-dock warehouse in Philadelphia!