In the 1970s, Harbor Freights introduced the first greenhouse in the world.
The company’s founder, James M. “Skip” Gensler, also invented a refrigerated shipping container.
The container, built for the container company, is now known as the Manta.
The idea behind the container, which became a standard in the container industry, was to make a small-scale production facility to produce containers that were lighter, easier to transport, and safer to work with than large-scale commercial facilities.
The first commercial warehouse in the U.S. was opened in 1985, and now more than half a million containers are made in New York City alone.
Now the city has the second-largest container production industry in the country.
The warehouse industry has grown by about 1 million jobs since 2009.
In New York, more than $50 billion of industrial goods are shipped to the country’s ports each year, and the industry accounts for about $5 billion in economic activity.
The city’s container port is now home to two of the largest container companies in the nation, United Parcel Service and FedEx, and has a thriving business in container manufacturing.
The harbor freight industry is also expanding, with the industry accounting for nearly one in five of all the cargo going into the city’s ports.
But the container-industry boom isn’t all good news for the city, and some of its residents have complained about its rising costs.
The costs of shipping containers have been rising faster than inflation in New Jersey and other cities, said Daniel S. Smith, a transportation professor at Rutgers University.
In some cases, the costs of making the containers have risen faster than the inflation rate.
That’s because of a rising cost of freight to the ports, and it’s a direct result of a city that’s been hit by an oil shortage and the recession, Smith said.
The industry is already a major contributor to the city budget, contributing $4.3 billion to the general fund last year.
But as the economy recovers, that funding could shrink.
A lot of that money could go toward infrastructure projects, Smith noted.
“You can’t make any money out of that if you’re not doing anything,” he said.
In the meantime, city officials have taken steps to slow the growth of the industry.
They’ve worked to restrict the growth and development of new container terminals, and they’re looking at more stringent rules and requirements for container facilities.
And they’ve been using the economic downturn to help lay groundwork for a potential expansion of the city to the east.
They’re also trying to create incentives for new container manufacturers to locate here, especially those who would help alleviate some of the economic challenges the city faces.
For example, the city is offering incentives to companies that want to expand in the city and create jobs for locals.
A program called New York Harbor, launched in 2014, offers $100,000 in incentives to businesses that create new container facilities in the port.
“The idea is that, if you have a facility in the harbor, you’re going to get a competitive bidding process,” said Daniel D. Schmitt, director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which oversees the harbor.
“And you’re also going to be a partner with the city in bringing in other companies that will bring a lot of jobs to the region.”
The incentives are designed to create jobs, but Schmitt said they don’t necessarily create the same type of economic impact that the container economy does.
“They’re not going to create more jobs, or more wealth, or higher income,” he explained.
“But we have a lot more capacity in our ports, in the Port of New Orleans and in the New York port, so we’re a big contributor to New York’s economy.”
While it may not sound like much, the new container terminal in New Brunswick, N.J., has a major impact on the city.
The facility is expected to employ more than 100 people.
The New Brunswick port was once the largest in the United States, with more than 1 million containers and 1.5 million tons of freight moving through its waters each year.
It was the first port of entry in the modern era, and in recent years has become a major hub for the shipping industry, with some 3,400 containers passing through its gates each day.
The Port Authority has been trying to open the terminal to the container business for years.
In October 2017, the agency and its partners announced a $10 million contract to design, build and operate a new container facility in New Bridgeton, N,N.J. It will be a container terminal that will employ 100 people, according to the Port Agency.
The new facility will be used for container shipment operations.
The contract also includes a $3 million tax incentive package for container terminals.
“We are pleased that the New Brunswick Port Authority will be able to