Del Monte Fresh Fruit begins operations at the Broadway Terminal, making Camden its largest distribution center in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
Mainland China calls on the Port of Camden for the first time in 40 years, with a ship laden with hardboard.
SJPC ranks among the top 10 percent of ports worldwide and continues to grow, completing a $14.5 million expansion at Beckett St. Terminal.
The Port of Camden becomes the second largest lumber port on the East Coast.
The New York Shipbuilding Corporation site is re-opened as the Broadway Terminal, operated by the South Jersey Port Corporation.
State Legislature revamps the Port Commission into the South Jersey Port Corporation (SJPC).1968
Ground is broken for a new 500-foot wharf at Beckett Street Terminal.
Two 25-ton whirly gantry cranes are purchased and steel coils begin to arrive at the port.
The Port of Camden handles a record breaking 424,173 tons, including 152,742,777 board feet of lumber.
The Beckett Street Terminal opens.