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Dec 09, 2010
Household Goods and Personal Property Shipping Practices Considered by FMC
At its meeting on December 8, 2010, the Commission considered and approved for immediate action a number of recommendations contained in the Interim Report for Fact Finding Investigation No. 27. The Commission initiated this non-adjudicatory investigation on June 23, 2010, to develop a record on the nature, scope and frequency of potentially unfair, unlawful or deceptive practices in the shipping of household goods or personal property within the Commission's jurisdiction.
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Dec 08, 2010
Vessel Capacity and Equipment Availability Report Recommends Collaborative Approaches to Develop Supply Chain Reliability Solutions
Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye’s final report and recommendations for action in the Commission’s Fact Finding Investigation No. 26, Vessel Capacity and Equipment Availability in the United States Export and Import Trades, were accepted at the December 8, 2010 Commission meeting. The final report concluded that although capacity conditions in the U.S. trades have stabilized, certain underlying problems revealed during the Commission’s investigation should be addressed. The Report also concluded that​
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Dec 01, 2010
Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Rockefeller Issues Statement on Federal Maritime Commission Nominees
The nominations of FMC Commissioner Mrs. Rebecca Dye and Mr. Mario Cordero were considered by the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation on Tuesday, November 30, 2010.
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Oct 22, 2010
Chairman Lidinsky Addresses European Maritime Law Organization In Dublin, Ireland
Federal Maritime Commission Chairman Richard A. Lidinsky, Jr. today addressed the 16th Annual Conference of the European Maritime Law Organization (EMLO) in Dublin, Ireland. The theme of this year’s conference was European competition law, transport policy, and climate action.
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Sep 29, 2010
Upgrade of Commission’s Website Operating Platform
On Thursday, September 30th, you may notice some changes to the Commission’s website. That’s because the Commission is transitioning to an upgraded website operating platform, the first of two major phases in the Commission’s website upgrade and redesign process. These upgrades will provide more transparency and public access and input for the Commission’s activities, information, and services.
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