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Port of New York and New Jersey launching PTP 2.0

The enhanced PortTruckPass features streamlined features for booking inquiries and new appointment modules.

Port of New York and New Jersey launching PTP 2.0

The enhanced PortTruckPass features streamlined features for booking inquiries and new appointment modules.

Port of New York and New Jersey launching PTP 2.0

The enhanced PortTruckPass features streamlined features for booking inquiries and new appointment modules.

 
   An updated and enhanced version of PortTruckPass (PTP), the Port of New York and New Jersey’s web-based Port Community System portal, is expected to launch by Nov. 19.
   The updated version, PTP 2.0, includes:
   • Terminal Information Portal System (TIPS) upgrades;
   • More streamlined features to research container and booking inquiries and vessel schedules;
   • New appointment modules and capabilities;

   • Information for all six container terminals;
   • And a mobile app.
   PTP was developed by the container terminal operators in the Port of New York and New Jersey in partnership with the Port Authority of NY & NJ in 2014. The port said it was the first common portal of its kind in the country allowing users — primarily truckers, beneficial cargo owners, shippers and NVOCCs — to more efficiently research information and plan activities associated with cargo transactions across multiple terminals.
   Tutorial videos that demonstrate how to navigate the program may be found here.
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