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Study cautions against ban, regulation of foreign shipping line surcharges

Study cautions against ban, regulation of foreign shipping line surcharges

Nov. 5 | Image by Alexander Kliem from Pixabay Instead of an outright ban or regulation of surcharges imposed by international shipping lines, the Philippine government should draft rules to monitor such surcharges, according to a study commissioned by The Wallace...

Japanese shipping deal rejected by US maritime agency

Japanese shipping deal rejected by US maritime agency

May. 4 | The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has rejected the proposed merger of Japan’s three leading ocean box carriers, citing jurisdictional grounds for its decision. The maritime regulator said it turned down the tripartite agreement  proposed by...

US maritime agency gives OK to OCEAN Alliance

US maritime agency gives OK to OCEAN Alliance

Oct. 25 | The OCEAN Alliance has received the approval of the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) to sail on U.S. trade lanes, bringing the shipping group a step closer to its planned operation in April 2017. The U.S. maritime watchdog said in an October 21 statement...

US approves G6 expansion into trans-Pacific trade

US approves G6 expansion into trans-Pacific trade

Mar. 18 | The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) voted to allow the G6 Alliance to increase the frequency of vessel port calls on the U.S. East Coast. The six members of the G6 Alliance filed with the FMC on February 1, 2013 a proposal seeking to expand their...