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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION 44 Journal of Commerce | August 28, 2023 www.joc.com NEW YORK–NEW JERSEY TRADE AND LOGISTICS TRAC INTERMODAL IS North America's leading intermodal chassis pool manager and equipment provider with 11 pools under management, the largest marine fleet totaling over 180,000 chassis and a network of over 650 locations in key markets. For more than 50 years, TRAC Intermodal has set the standard in quality, reliability and innovation, offering high-quality equipment to accommodate a range of ISO containers, as well as triaxles, genset and lightweight chassis. To underscore our commitment to fleet quality and sustainability, TRAC converted its TRAC Tire Services division to exclusively serve its marine chassis fleet. TRAC Tire Services operates one of the country's largest tire retreading facilities. In 2023, TRAC Tire Services will retread 80,000 tires, generating up to two million pounds of rubber dust from the retreading process, approximately 40,000 pounds per week. Retreading uses less than one-third the amount of oil required to manufacture a new tire, which translates to 70% less emissions. TRAC Tire Services, in partnership with tire maker Goodyear, uses rigorous quality control and proprietary compounded intermodal rubber to improve performance and minimize tread- wear. The division provides close to one-half of all tire needs for TRAC's fleet. Headquartered in Princeton, NJ, TRAC serves over 4,000 US customers. Its subsidiaries offer maintenance and repair services as well as storage and parking solutions through TRAC Services. Setting the standard for chassis fleet excellence Advance planning Port of NY-NJ infrastructure initiatives mapped out through 2050 By Karen Robes-Meeks WITH CARGO NUMBERS and business activity returning to pre-pandemic levels, the New York-New Jersey region is focused on seeding the ground for the future, pressing forward on major infrastructure projects and efforts to enhance customer service. "It's been a challenging time throughout the industry with the highs of the highs and the lows of the lows within that 18-month period," said Bethann Rooney, port director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. "We have a bright future ahead of us, and I think Port of New York and New Jersey The NY-NJ region is pressing forward on major infrastructure projects and efforts to enhance customer service.

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