FMC reviews 13 OTI applications, revokes 3 licenses
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission has received 13 ocean transportation intermediary license applications for review.
The agency received non-vessel-operating common carrier license applications from Horizon Lines of Guam, Charlotte, N.C. (Brian Taylot, president); Universal Freight Systems, Elk Grove, Ill. (Ada Chang, president); Grupo Delpa Corp., Doral, Fla. (Cecilia M. Lima, president); ACM International Corp., Acadia, Calif. (Yun Bai, president); FIL Lines USA, Jamaica, N.Y. (Martin Huen, president); and TW Solutions, College Point, N.Y. (Hsin-Hauan Chen, president).
The FMC also received NVO-ocean freight forwarder license applications from D.C. Worldwide Logistics, Dulles, Va. (Matthew Trachtman, manager); TBD Services, Eagan, Minn. (Michelle Lynn Frank, president); Watership Ltd., Atlanta (Raymond L. Bachman, president); Idaho Specialized Transportation, Boise, Idaho (Clay Sauer, president); Gateway Logistics, Denver (Linda Gravina, president); World Cargo Express, Inglewood, Calif. (John Chang, president); and Fortune Logistics (USA), Inglewood, Calif. (Paul Tak Po Chow, chief executive officer).
Persons knowing of any reason why an applicant should not receive an OTI license are urged to contact the FMC’s Office of Transportation Intermediaries in Washington at (202) 523-5843.
The FMC revoked three OTI licenses for failure to maintain valid bonds: Robert J. Semany & Co., Detroit; The Hawken Group, Los Angeles; and United Aero Marine Services, Los Angeles.