SOUTH JERSEY PORT IN FULL OPERATION THROUGH PANDEMIC WITH PRUDENCE AND VIGILANCE
“In the midst of this pandemic, our foremost focus is on the health and safety of our employees, customers and the truck drivers, stevedores, longshoremen and tenants who populate our terminals,” Andrew Saporito, CEO and Executive Director of the South Jersey Port Corporation said.
“And, just as importantly, is the health and safety of the residents of our host communities. We are following all recommended health and safety guidelines while ensuring business continuity. We are open and operational.”
South Jersey Port Corporation’s mission is to maintain the global supply chain – vital for the South Jersey and regional economy – while protecting our community from the spread of the virus.
SJPC is doing that with an enhanced sense of prudence and vigilance SJPC’s four marine terminals in Southern New Jersey continue – unabated – in their vital role to the economy of Southern New Jersey and the region.
SJPC is following the recommendations, protocols, and guidelines from the CDC, State of New Jersey, and the US Coast Guard.
SJPC will continue to be prudent in its response to this pandemic and vigilant to whatever changes that may be required to address this threat.