Who We Are
The Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers is an independent, organized group of experienced trucking industry owners and operators that have demonstrated a proven track record for successfully tackling the operational problems affecting the intermodal industry serving the Port of New York-New Jersey.
Over the years, we have developed a solid working relationship with officials at the Port Authority, State Legislators, the Shipping Lines and Terminal Operators. We have achieved this, in part, through our monthly Focus Group meetings and our General Membership meetings, where we openly discuss the many issues that have impacted our industry, and work together to solve them. Our goal is to provide solutions to the problems that impact your success, in cooperation with all the members of the Port Community.
The Association’s Officers and Board Members are continually striving to improve turn times with safe roadworthy equipment. We are dedicated to making the NY/NJ ports more user-friendly, productive and competitive.
To provide a forum in which truck operators, owners and businesses in trucking-related industries can share ideas, solve problems, and foster a continually improving intermodal transportation business environment.
The Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers was incorporated in 2002. It currently represents over 80% of port and container traffic at Port Newark, with more than 160 members from trucking and trucking-industry related companies doing business there. Our mission is to provide a forum in which truck operators, owners and businesses in trucking-related industries can share ideas, solve problems, and foster a continually improving intermodal transportation business environment.
The Association is dedicated to serving the interests of its members in Intermodal Transportation, especially at the Port of New York-New Jersey. This port handles over 80% of the world trade for a 10 state, 260-mile radius area, which represents 34% of the U.S. volume of trade. Our members are located throughout the U.S. and Canada.