US Flag iconThis site is an official U.S. Government Website.

Archive for the ‘Lidinsky’ Category

Commissioner Lidinsky’s statement on the Fourth Annual Update to the FMC Study of U.S. Inland Containerized Cargo Moving through Canadian and Mexican Seaports

Posted

July 15, 2016 Contact: Jewel M. Jennings-Wright, Counsel to Commissioner Lidinsky Four years after the original Study of U.S. Inland Containerized Cargo Moving through Canadian and Mexican Seaports was published, the Office of Commissioner Richard A. Lidinsky, Jr. announces the fourth annual update to the report. 2015 was a pivotal year for… Read More »

Speech of Jewel M. Jennings-Wright, Counsel to Federal Maritime Commissioner Richard A. Lidinsky, Jr. on Behalf of Commissioner Lidinsky EMLO Spring Seminar 2016

Posted

June 3, 2016 Good morning. I first want to thank Lord Phillips and the seminar committee for inviting the Commissioner to share with you this morning some current important matters at the FMC, and in the U.S. Maritime industry in general. I would also like to thank the seminar committee… Read More »

Commissioner Lidinsky Seconds Commissioner Doyle’s Call for Carriers to Work with Shippers to Find a Solution on Container Weight Responsibilities

Posted

April 15, 2016 Commissioner Richard A. Lidinsky, Jr. lent his support today to the statements made by Commissioner William P. Doyle at the Global Liner Shipping conference held yesterday in London, on the eve of congressional hearings on the SOLAS treaty requirement that container weights be certified. “There has been… Read More »

Commissioner Lidinsky Sees U.S. Shipper Benefit in China’s “One Belt-One Road” Plan

Posted

November 20, 2015 Addressing the 2015 World Shipping Summit in Guangzhou, China last Friday, November 6th, Commissioner Richard A. Lidinsky, Jr. recognized the new Chinese “One Belt-One Road” plan (OBOR), stating “The basic principles of ‘One Belt, One Road’ – regional cooperation, innovation, mutual market benefits, and economic growth for… Read More »

Commissioner Lidinsky’s statement on Third Update to the FMC Report U.S. Inland Containerized Cargo Moving through Canadian and Mexican Seaports (2012)

Posted

July 10, 2015 Contact: Jewel M. Jennings-Wright, Counsel to Commissioner Lidinsky Three years after the Study of U.S. Inland Containerized Cargo Moving through Canadian and Mexican Seaports was published, the Office of Commissioner Richard A. Lidinsky, Jr. announces the third annual update to the report. “It is essential for the future growth of… Read More »

Update on Port Congestion Surcharges

Posted

December 4, 2014 NR 14-16 The Commission has been advised that the 15 ocean carrier members of the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement have individually committed to forego imposition of any port congestion surcharges until 2015. The Federal Maritime Commission has received numerous inquiries regarding congestion surcharges for “labor unrest” as announced… Read More »