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Malcom McLean Award Presented to Commissioner Dye

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An organization representing intermodal trucking firms that do business at ports in New York and New Jersey recognized Commissioner Rebecca Dye for her work enhancing the U.S. freight delivery system and improving cargo and equipment velocity. The Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers bestowed the “Malcom McLean Award” on Commissioner Dye… Read More »

Proposed Interpretive Rule on Demurrage and Detention Issued

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The Commission is seeking public comment on a proposed interpretive rule on demurrage and detention under the Shipping Act. This interpretive rule would provide the public with guidance about how the Commission assesses the reasonableness of demurrage and detention practices and regulations under the Shipping Act. The interpretive rule describes… Read More »

Commission Approves Dye’s Final Recommendations on Detention and Demurrage

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The Commission today adopted a set of recommendations made by Commissioner Rebecca Dye to address detention and demurrage charge issues uncovered during her 18-month Fact Finding 28 investigation. Commissioner Dye submitted three proposals to the FMC. First, she recommended the agency publish an interpretive rule that clarifies how the Commission… Read More »

Commissioner Dye Represents the Federal Maritime Commission at the U.S.-Japan Maritime Bilateral Meeting in Washington, DC

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On August 15, 2019, Commissioner Rebecca Dye represented the Federal Maritime Commission at the U.S.-Japan Maritime Bilateral Meeting, hosted by the Maritime Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, in Washington, DC. The U.S. delegation was led by Rear Admiral Mark H. Buzby, Maritime Administrator, and other participants at the meeting included… Read More »

Commissioner Dye Addresses RILA Transportation Executives

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On Thursday, August 22nd, Commissioner Rebecca Dye addressed a meeting of the Retail Industry Leaders Association’s transportation and infrastructure committee. In the discussion, she covered a variety of issues with a focus on implementation of the International Maritime Organization’s 2020 low sulfur fuel requirement, and the FMC’s Fact-Finding Investigation No…. Read More »

Statement of Commissioner Rebecca Dye Before the Surface Transportation Board Oversight Hearing on Demurrage and Accessorial Charges

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Good morning, Chairman Begeman, Vice Chairman Fuchs, and Member Oberman.  Thank you for the opportunity to appear before you today to discuss the recommendations of the Memphis Supply Chain Innovation Team. The Federal Maritime Commission recently has employed a new approach, Innovation Teams, to develop commercial solutions to freight delivery… Read More »

Remarks by FMC Commissioner Rebecca Dye American Cotton Shippers Association – Laguna Beach, California

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Thank you.  It’s a pleasure to be here today. I appreciate the invitation to speak and the great venue! Yesterday, I spoke to your Transportation, Documentation and Insurance Committee about chassis provisioning and the FMC Memphis Supply Chain Innovation Team. This morning, I’ll discuss the status of the Commission’s investigation… Read More »

Remarks by FMC Commissioner Rebecca Dye American Trucking Association Conference Scottsdale, AZ

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Thank you.  It’s a pleasure to be here today. I appreciate the invitation to speak and the great venue! The Federal Maritime Commission has a solid and productive relationship with the American Trucking Association – and, in particular, the Intermodal Motor Carrier Conference. Drayage trucking companies played an important role… Read More »