FMC RECEIVES OTI LICENSE APPLICATIONS, REVOKES LICENSES
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission has received 18 ocean transportation intermediary license applications.
The FMC received non-vessel-operating common carrier license applications from International Cargo of Manalapan, N.J.; Delcon Line (USA) in Gardena, Calif.; All Transport of Redondo Beach, Calif.; Top Line Logistics in Jamaica, N.Y.; Remant Shipping of Gardena, Calif.; Fashion Container Line in Carteret, N.J.; Navivan Corp. of Kenner, La.; Global Freight Transport of North Brunswick, N.J.; and Diaz & Flores of San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The FMC received NVO/ocean freight forwarder license applications from Caribbean International Cargo Transport of Miami; Sun Island Freight in Pembroke, Fla.; 1st Class International of Jessup, Md.; Embassy Cargo NJ Inc. of Skillman, N.J.; Momentum Logistics Corp. in Cerritos, Calif.; and Swiftpak of Miramar, Fla.
The agency also received ocean freight forwarder license applications from AJB International Transport of Tampa, Fla.; Worchel Transport in Springfield Gardens, N.J.; and Sun Continental Logistics in Inglewood, Calif.
Persons knowing of any reason why the following applicants should not receive a license are requested to contact the FMC’s Office of Transportation Intermediaries in Washington.
In addition, the FMC said it revoked eight OTI licenses.
The licenses of Arrisco International of Charlotte, N.C.; Astral International Shipping Services in New Orleans; Costa Rica Carriers in Miami; Rual Nunez of Houston; and Road Runner International in Union, N.J., were revoked for failure to maintain valid bonds. Cargo Transport of Seattle; L.C. Forwarding International Co. in Lake Charles, La.; and Windward Container Lines in Miami voluntarily surrendered their licenses to the FMC.