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Carriers & Truckers

GCT Bayonne Truck Gate Hours

The gates operate monday through friday during the times noted below:

Opening Times

Gates Open: Appointments Only: 6:00 am until 1:00 pm

Reefer Processing: Appointments only 6:00am

Cut-off Times

Single Move (Non-Reefer): 4:00pm

Double Move (Non-Reefer): 4:00pm

Any Reefer Moves: 3:00pm


Break bulk and heavy lift cargo moves are by appointment only.

Please call:


Hours for containerized cargo that is overweight or overwidth are as follows: 8:00am-3:00pm

Monday, Wednesday, Friday Only *Effective 2/5/18, charges for switching out of gauge flat racks or break bulk cargo must be paid prior to the driver’s arrival. No payments will be accepted from the driver. *

The Gates Operate Monday Through Friday During the Times Noted Above.

GCT Bayonne Vessel Schedule

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GCT Bayonne Vessel Schedule

Below you will find a link to the most up-to-date schedule of vessels arriving and departing at GCT Bayonne. Vessel close dates are based upon the anticipated vessel arrival and are subject to change.

  • First receipt of cargo is seven calendar days prior to vessel arrival
  • Vessel close dates are based upon the anticipated vessel arrival and are subject to change
  • Hazardous, refrigerated and oversize cargo close out one day prior to the posted date
  • Containers loaded with automobiles must be received 72 hours before vessel close

View Schedule

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Payment Information

Payment Address

GCT Bayonne LP
300 Western Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10303

Wire Transfer Details

Bank: HSBC Bank USA NA
452 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10018
ABA Number: 021001088
Account Number: 000253758
Account Name: GCT Bayonne LP

Please note: No ACH accepted at all. Wire payments require additional processing time from a minimum of one hour to as long as one day or more.

Effective December 1, 2022 - All wire transfer fees will incur a $35 (per container) wire transfer fee.

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Guidelines for Reefer Cargo Handling

Refrigerated cargo is a significant component of our volumes and we have some guidelines in place to make sure things run smoothly.

Delivering reefer cargo for export

Drivers should have the necessary paperwork with them when they arrive. Global Bayonne reserves the right to void out drivers if they do not have the correct paperwork ready or cannot access it within a reasonable amount of time.

Drivers delivering hazardous reefer loads to the pier must present (2) clean dock receipts with the following information:


Container and booking number.


Vessel and voyage number.


Commodity, hazard class, IMO number, number of packages, packaging group, emergency response number, packaging certificate, and shipper declaration.


Temperature setting and ventilation requirements.

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Returning empty reefer containers

Gen-sets must be removed or disconnected before the empty container can be grounded. This must be done at the gen-set mounting area.

Dropping a refrigerated container off without being properly processed by the Reefer Department will result in a charge.

Gen-Set releases for import pick-up

Drivers picking up a live reefer load without a gen-set, must have the ocean carrier update the system to show that no gen-set is required.

Releases should be completed prior to arrival at the terminal to avoid delays.

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Refrigeration monitoring

To check the gen-set requirement status, please click on the refrigeration monitoring link below and enter the container number. To change the requirement, you must log in or contact the appropriate ocean carrier contact.

Refrigeration Monitoring

Ocean carriers currently calling at GCT Bayonne:

  • Hapag Lloyd
  • Ocean Network Express
  • Yang Ming
  • HMM

The Port RFID Program

All trucks seeking entry to any terminal in the Port of New York/New Jersey are required to have a PortTruckPass.

If you need a pass or require information about your account, please click below.

Get a PortTruckPass

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Empty container acceptance list

Due to ocean carrier or terminal requirements the ability to accept empty containers may change. Please check our current acceptance status by clicking this link:

Check Empty Acceptance List

Making your visit to GCT Bayonne quick and efficient

At GCT Bayonne, we consider the trucking community to be a vital part of our business and we want to make sure that you experience efficient service at our terminal. Below are some guidelines to help your visit go more smoothly.

Avoid long waits

There are several ways for you to confirm that the cargo you are coming to pick up is available before entering the facility:

Check cargo availablility now.
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Check fees and charges in advance

If the container to be delivered has associated fees/charges, guaranteeing charges prior to delivery will help expedite your departure.

Follow rules and regulations

While on the terminal premises please follow all posted signs, speed limits, directions, and instructions. This will ensure your safety as well as the safety of other truckers and employees.

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