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Sep 24, 2013
Commissioner Rebecca Dye’s Comments Delivered at the NCBFAA Government Affairs Conference
On September 23, 2013, Commissioner Dye addressed members of the NCBFAA at their annual conference and shared her views in opposition to the Commission’s Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking concerning Ocean Transportation Intermediaries.
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Apr 02, 2013
Mario Cordero to Serve as Chairman
President Barack Obama has designated Mario Cordero as the Chairman of the Federal Maritime Commission.​
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Feb 13, 2013
Statement of Commissioner Rebecca Dye Passenger Vessel Financial Responsibility Requirements
I believe that Government agencies should not increase the private sector’s regulatory compliance costs unless absolutely necessary.
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Feb 13, 2013
Statement of Commissioner Rebecca Dye Revised Timetable for Retrospective Review of Existing Rules to Include Service Contract Rules
I appreciate my fellow Commissioners agreeing to require consideration of our Service Contract filing rules in 2013
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Dec 19, 2012
Statement of Commissioner Rebecca Dye Ocean Transportation Intermediary Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
I supported the Commission’s Plan for the Retrospective Review of Existing Rules, including the matter before us today, because it was undertaken under the high standards of Executive Order 13563.
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Jul 27, 2012
Statement of FMC Commissioner Dye on Study of U.S. Inland Containerized Cargo Moving Through Canadian and Mexican Seaports
In August and September, 2011, the Commission received a request from Senator Murray, Senator Cantwell, seven Members of the House of representatives from the Washington State delegation and one Member from California to analyze the impact and the extent to which the Harbor Maintenance Tax and other factors impact container cargo diversion from U.S. west coast ports to west coast Canadian and Mexican ports, as well as legislative and regulatory recommendations to address this concern.
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Jun 07, 2012
Comments of FMC Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye at the Canadian American Business Council, The Dragon in the Room: China’s Impact on Canada/U.S. Issues
Thank you for inviting me to participate in your panel on Ports and Global Supply Chains. My remarks reflect my own individual views and are not offered as the official position of the Federal Maritime Commission.
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Apr 24, 2012
Statement of Commissioner Rebecca Dye on Review of NVOCC Negotiated Rate Arrangements April 18, 2012
If the Commission identifies regulatory relief that would not substantially reduce competition or be detrimental to commerce, I believe that we should provide this relief.
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Dec 09, 2011
Comments of Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye at the American Metal Market Moving Metals Conference
The Shipping Act of 1984 exempts common carriers from the tariff publication requirements and the service contract filing requirements of the Act when they carry recycled metal scrap. However, scrap metal shippers are protected by the Shipping Act’s prohibitions contained in chapter 411 of title 46, United States Code.
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Sep 14, 2011
Statement of Commissioner Rebecca Dye Regarding Revisions to the Commission’s Passenger Vessel Regulations on September 8, 2011
Statement of Commissioner Rebecca Dye Revisions to the Commission’s Passenger Vessel Regulations
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Apr 15, 2011
Senate Confirms Rebecca F. Dye and Mario Cordero as FMC Commissioners
On Thursday, April 14, 2011, the Senate voted to confirm the President’s nominations of Rebecca F. Dye and Mario Cordero as Federal Maritime Commissioners. They will be sworn in for their terms as Commissioners in the next several weeks.
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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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Dec 01, 2010
Statement of Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation
Mr. Chairman, Ranking Member Hutchinson, and members of the Committee, I am honored to appear before you today, renominated by President Obama to be a Commissioner of the Federal Maritime Commission.
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Nov 17, 2010
Comments of Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye at the Northeast Cargo Symposium in Boston
During the economic downturn, U.S. importers, exporters, and ocean carriers, like every other sector of the global economy, faced the most significant economic challenges of at least a generation. During 2009, U.S. liner exports fell by 14 percent and imports fell by 16 percent. Freight rates plummeted as carriers laid up over 575 vessels worldwide.
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Nov 01, 2010
Comments of Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye at the Western Cargo Conference (WESCCON)
If the Commission identifies regulatory relief that would not substantially reduce competition or be detrimental to commerce, I believe we may and, that we should, provide this relief.
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Oct 21, 2010
Comments of Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye American Metal Market Scrap and Scrap Substitutes Conference
As you may know, the Shipping Act of 1984 exempts common carriers from the tariff publication requirements and the service contract filing requirements of the Act when they carry “recycled metal scrap.” However, scrap metal shippers are protected by the Shipping Act’s prohibitions contained in chapter 411 of title 46, United States Code.
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Oct 15, 2010
Comments of Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye at the 2010 Midwest Specialty Grains Conference and Trade Show
Thank you for inviting me to speak to you today. I was very pleased when Bruce Abbe, Executive Director of the Midwest Shippers Association, asked me to appear here. My remarks reflect my own individual views and are not offered as the official position of the Federal Maritime Commission. During the economic downturn, U.S. importers, exporters, and ocean carriers, like every other sector of the global economy, faced the most significant economic challenges of at least a generation.
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Sep 20, 2010
President Obama Announces Intent to Nominate FMC Commissioners
On Friday, September 17, 2010, President Obama announced his intent to nominate Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye for another term as Federal Maritime Commissioner, and announced his intent to nominate Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioner Mario Cordero for Federal Maritime Commissioner.
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Jun 30, 2010
Commissioner Dye Testifies to Congress Regarding Ocean Vessel Capacity, Shipping Container Availability, and Fact-Finding Investigation Number 26
Statement of Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye Federal Maritime Commission before the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation United States House of Representatives
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Apr 13, 2010
Comments of FMC Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye at the 2010 NCBFAA Annual Conference
Thank you for inviting me to your Association's 36th Annual Conference. I have enjoyed speaking to your Association a number of times over the past several years, and I was very pleased when Ed asked me to be here today. My remarks today reflect my own individual views and are not offered as the official position of the Federal Maritime Commission.
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Oct 27, 2009
Comments of Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca Dye National Association of Waterfront Employers
Thank you for inviting me to your Association's dinner. My remarks tonight reflect my own individual views and are not offered as the official position of the Federal Maritime Commission. Marine terminal operators are critical players in determining American success in international trade. Your companies are working with U.S. importers and exporters to develop complete logistics operations which allow American companies to thrive in a fiercely competitive world market.
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Apr 21, 2009
Comments of U.S. Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca Dye at NCBFAA Annual Conference
Thank you for inviting me to your Association's 35th Annual Conference. I have enjoyed speaking to your Association a number of times over the past several years, and I was very pleased when Ed asked me to be here today. My remarks today reflect my own individual views and are not offered as the official position of the Federal Maritime Commission.
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Apr 02, 2009
Comments of U.S. Federal Maritime Commissioner Rebecca Dye at Global Liner Shipping Conference
The Global Liner Shipping Conference provides a valuable opportunity to discuss the future of ocean transportation. I am pleased that Containerization International as well as the other sponsors and supporting organizations made this forum possible. My remarks today reflect my own individual views and are not offered as the official position of the United States or the Federal Maritime Commission.
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Apr 09, 2008
Comments of Commissioner Rebecca Dye at NITL Spring Policy Forum
I believe the Commission must continue to use its regulatory and exemption authorities to increase competition in international trade. International trade is vital to the American economy and I support using the Commission's authorities to create an environment that fosters an increase in the volume of U.S. exports while decreasing the price of our imports.
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Sep 24, 2007
Comments of Commissioner Rebecca Dye at NCBFAA Government Affairs Conference
Ocean transportation intermediaries are critical players in determining American success in international trade. Your companies are working with U.S. importers and exporters to develop complete logistics operations which allow American companies to thrive in a fiercely competitive world market.
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