FMC RECEIVES OTI APPLICATIONS, REVOKES LICENSES
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission has received applications six applications for ocean transportation intermediary licenses.
E-Z Express Corp. of Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; Utopia Logistic New York of Jamaica; N.Y.; and Micom Logistics of Miami, Fla. have applied OTI licenses as non-vessel-operating common carriers.
Perry Supply of Birmingham, Ala., and General Freight of Jamaica, N.Y., have applied to receive OTI licenses as a combination NVO and ocean freight forwarder.
Global 2000, based in Elk Grove, Ill. has applied for an OTI license as a ocean freight forwarder.
The FMC also announced a number of OTI license revocations because of failure to maintain valid bonds. The firms are Air Cargo Centralam, Miami; Anka International Freight Forwarding Corp., Miami; Coda International, Parsippany, N.J.; Edco Export & Ocean Freight Corp., Miami Lakes, Fla.; Hanmi Express Corp. of Carson, Calif.; Hanmi Shipping, Bensenville, Ill.; Nova Enterprises Ltd., Bensenville, Ill.; Princess Forwarding, Lexington, Ky.; Recor, Hollywood, Fla.; U-States Forwarding Services Corp., Montebello, Calif.; and World Exchange, Los Angeles.