News and Views About the Past, Present, and Future of the Bayonne Bridge
Friday, September 30, 2016
Two more Hanjin ships set to call NY-NJ
JOC.com: "The South Korean bankruptcy court eventually freed funds for the work. But the ship then faced another problem: although it could fit under the Bayonne Bridge on its way into the terminal fully loaded, it would not be able to do so on its way out of the port after discharging its cargo. That was resolved by loading 800 empty containers owned by other CYKHE Alliance members onto the Hanjin Miami, which departed the port on Friday. The same issue, however, is likely to emerge with the Hanjin Switzerland, which is larger than the Hanjin Miami."