Fuel Surcharge For The Week Ending 2/16/2018 is 20%

Shea Trucking Service To/From Port of NY/NJ

Shea Trucking moves an average of 25 ocean containers/day (about 400,000 lbs.) of itsNassau and Suffolk Customer’s incoming and outgoing traffic to and from the Port of New York and New Jersey.

The Port of NY and NJ isdistributed and  has four Container Terminals whose combined volume makes it the largest on the East Coast and the third busiest in the United States

These terminals are:

Howland Hook Marine Terminal

Port Jersey Marine Terminal

Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal, the nation's first and third busiest

Red Hook Marine Terminal

In addition, the port handles less than container load bulk cargo and multi-modal cargos that were shipped to other ports and transferred, by rail, to the Port.



Even with the instability in the trucking field, and never employing a sales staff, Shea continues to grow. Much of that can be attributed to the fact that when you call Shea, there's a pretty good possibility you'll be speaking with one of the owners. Brother Rich (President), Jim and Chris run the day to day operations mindful of the adage "You are only as good as your last delivery." If that means coming in early, staying late to load trucks, or getting in the truck to deliver your important shipment, they will be there - their business and your business depends on it.