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surveys the practical implications of the Federal Maritime Commission
The movement of NVO's towards quasi-carrier status began in 1973 with the first tariff filed with the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) for General Cargo N.O.S.
In addition, the United States requires all shipping agreements to be filed with the Federal Maritime Commission before receiving antitrust immunity.(50) Under EC competition law, however, conferences and consortia have been granted far-reaching block exemptions, which do not make individual notification to the Commission compulsory.(51)
The ink is barely dry on a 3 December 2018, Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) report that examines 'just and reasonable rules and practices' with respect to the assessment of demurrage, detention, and per diem charges by ocean common carriers and marine terminal operators.
The National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA) president Geoffrey Powell offered support for the re-nomination of commissioner Daniel Maffei to the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC).
Mario Cordero, chairman of the US Federal Maritime Commission, said the rapidly changing face of the global maritime sector demands "out-of-the-box" thinking and governments should share their views on global regulatory challenges and the impact on international trade.
Rebecca Dye of the Federal Maritime Commission is scheduled to deliver her recommendations to bring clarity and conformity to the U.S.
LAST MONTH, the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) said it voted to kick off an investigation that will focus on the practices of vessel operating common carriers and marine terminal operators.
In the wake of these disruptive events, the Coalition for Fair Port Practices, comprised of 26 trade associations, Filed a petition in December 2016 with the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) asking the agency to "clarify what constitutes 'just and reasonable rules and practices' with respect to the assessment of demurrage, detention, and per diem charges by ocean common carriers and marine terminal operators when ports are congested or otherwise inaccessible." Why are shippers being penalized when their trucks can't get into the port?
Some details of the P3 Network agreement have recently become public, after the parties (Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Company and CMA CGM) notified the deal to the Federal Maritime Commission in the US.

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