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The document or documents listed below reflect the complete agreement as amended through the indicated amendment number, ordered in reverse chronological order starting with the current amendment. Amendments listed with MC are marked copies of the specific changes made by that particular amendment. Each amendment indicates the date on which it was filed, the date it became effective, and a brief synopsis of the purpose of the amendment.

Port of NY/NJ Sustainable Services Agreement

FMC Agreement No. 201175

Synopsis: The Agreement authorizes the parties to discuss issues to promote environmentally sensitive, efficient, and secure marine terminal operations in the Port of New York/New Jersey.

Most Recent Filing Date Filed Effective Date Synopsis
201175-007
201175-007-MC
10/27/2023 10/27/2023 Amendment to Appendix A to reflect name changes of member companies GCT Bayonne LP and GCT New York LP to Port Liberty Bayonne LLC and Port Liberty LLC respectively.
201175-006
201175-006-MC
4/4/2016 5/19/2016 The amendment adds Red Hook Container Terminal, LLC as a party to the Agreement.
201175-005
201175-005-MC
4/23/2015 4/23/2015 The amendment changes the name of APM Terminals North America, Inc. to APM Terminals Elizabeth, LLC.
201175-004
201175-004-MC
10/15/2014 10/15/2014 The amendment changes the name of New York Container Terminal, LLC to GCT New York LP and Global Terminal and Container Services, LLC to GCT Bayonne LP.
201175-003
201175-003-MC
1/14/2011 1/14/2011 The amendment revises the name of a member in the agreement to New York Container Terminal LLC.
201175-002
201175-002-MC
11/9/2010 12/13/2010 The amendment allows the parties to enter into an agreement with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey to discuss and agree on matters relating to environmentally sensitive, efficient, and secure marine terminal operations, including RFID technology; obtain and administer government grants to fund technology-related activities; meet with stakeholders to discuss deployment of RFID technologies; and to establish and manage an entity to implement and administer agreements reached regarding RFID and/or other similar technologies.
201175-001
201175-001-MC
6/9/2008 6/9/2008 The agreement deletes American Stevedoring, Inc. as a party to the agreement.
201175
10/22/2007 12/6/2007 The Agreement authorizes the parties to discuss issues to promote environmentally sensitive, efficient, and secure marine terminal operations in the Port of New York/New Jersey.