FMC RECEIVES FIVE OTI APPLICATIONS, REVOKES 13 LICENSES
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission has received five ocean transportation intermediary license applications.
David Y. Kim, president of Delta Express Freight Service in Gardena, Calif., has applied for a non-vessel-operating common carrier license.
Jaime A. Rivera, vice president of SeamAir Global Logistics in Miami; Kim Nguyen Pham, president of UFO International Freight Forwarder Corp. in Westminster, Calif.; and Gloria Isel Echegaray, director of Nova Logistics of Miami have each applied for a combination NVO/freight forwarder license.
Elizabeth M. Gibson, sole proprietor of American Consultative Logistics, has applied to the FMC for a forwarder license.
The FMC requests that persons knowing of any reason why an applicant should not receive a license to contact its Office of Transportation Intermediaries in Washington at 202-523-5787.
The agency has also revoked 13 OTI licenses of companies that failed to maintain valid bonds. They are Cargo Inc. of Bensenville, Ill.; Dart Transit Co. in Eagan, Minn.; Gatell International of Miami; General Shipping Co. of Bayonne, N.J.; Import Export Service of NJ in Newark, N.J.; L&E International Services of Hialeah, Fla.; La FLor De Mayo Express in Bronx, N.Y.; Leyden Shipping Corp. of New York; Marist International Group Inc. in Monrovia, Calif.; Northern Business Logistics Corp. in Berea, Ohio; RSB Logistic Services of Saskatoon, Canada; S.A.C. International Forwarding in Miami; and Yowell International AIrlines of Melbourne, Fla.