FMC Fact Findings on Impact of COVID-19
Fact Finding 29 is being led by Commissioner Rebecca Dye and is investigating impacts on the supply chain. Fact Finding 30 is being led by Commissioner Louis Sola and focuses on the passenger cruise industry.
Ocean Transportation Intermediaries
- How to Apply for an FMC License
- List of FMC Licensed & Bonded OTIs
- OTI License Status Changes
- How to Use NRAs
- Guidance on License Renewals
- Foreign NVOCC Registration Status Changes
In the Newsroom
Posted: October 21, 2020
Commissioner Sola Issues Report Examining Economic Impacts of Cancelled Cruise Season to Northwestern StatesPosted: October 20, 2020
Posted: October 16, 2020
Posted: October 13, 2020
Commissioner Dye to Address WESCCON
Commissioner Rebecca Dye will address the 37th Annual Western Cargo Conference (WESCCON) meeting of the Pacific Coast Council of Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Associations (PCC) where she has been invited to speak on the topic “Can the Federal Government Intervene to Improve the Supply Chain”. In her remarks, Commissioner Dye will discuss the economic imperative of improving port efficiencies, the necessity of making continued progress in improving the detention and demurrage practices of ocean carriers and marine terminal operators, and the urgent need for ocean carrier executives to actively engage with U.S. port, marine terminal, and trucker executives to solve pressing port challenges.
More information about the PCC WESCCON, including draft agenda, how to register, and costs to attend can be found at:
Commissioner Maffei to Participate in Global Liner Shipping Conference
Commissioner Maffei will participate in a panel titled: Time for change? Trust, Transparency, & the future of the BAF.
The conference will be live-streamed and available for On Demand viewing afterward. More information can be found on the conference website: https://informaconnect.com/global-liner-shipping/.