FMC reviews 28 OTI applications, revokes 16 licenses
The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission will review 28 ocean transportation intermediary license applications.
The agency received non-vessel-operating common carrier license applications from Cargo Zone Express Corp., Rancho Dominguez, Calif. (Moo Sang Cho, vice president); Generation Logistics, Jamaica, N.Y. (Daniel M. Corbett, president); Anmi Air & Sea Transportation, Miami (Paz Moreno, president); JT Shipping Corp., Buena Park, Calif. (Julia Li Hawksworth, president); MCLX, New Orleans (Paula L. Maher, chairman); Wellton Logistics, Jamaica, N.Y. (Terry Mui, president); Caribbean Logistics, Miami (Geoffrey Hooper Woodman, president); 16 East Tremont Corp., Bronx, N.Y. (Nuris Estela Minaya, vice president); Pillar-Trans, Elizabeth, N.J. (Ki Hun Yoo, member); TAN Cargo Services, Miami (Edgard Jose Toruno, president); and All Right Shipping, Bronx, N.Y. (Denzil Barker, president).
The FMC received NVO-ocean freight forwarder license applications from Intrans Logistics, El Dorado Hills, Calif. (Jean M. Dew, chief executive officer); Worldwide Integrated Logistics, Miami (Doumit Shmouni, president); Doma Consolidating, Chicago (Asimoula Mina Georgalas, president); Priority Air Express, Sharon Hill, Pa. (Christopher Carpenter, president); G.L.E. International, Miami (Ligia Estrada, president); Advanced Logistics, Miami (Jose R. Castillo-Ospina, president); Delmar Logistics, Atlanta (Mario Alfonso, president); Senaduana Freight Forwarders, Miami (Jorge Escribani, ocean manager); LT Freight International, San Jose, Calif. (Lisa S. Tian, president); and Carolina Forwarding & Brokerage, Mount Pleasant, S.C. (Lauren Emily Justice, sole proprietor).
The agency received ocean freight forwarder license applications from North Star Forwarding Solutions, Jacksonville, Fla. (Magnus B. Lindeback, chief executive officer); JR&K Logistics, Los Angeles (Ricky Y. Seung, president); Pointer Int’l Forwarders, Doral, Fla. (Maria A. Ramos, president); Sun Cargo (USA), Jamaica, N.Y. (Aaron Man, president); DAK Logistics, Suisun City, Calif. (David A. Knott, sole proprietor); Fast Transport Associates, Miami (Norberto Martinez, president); and AAB Logistics, Atlanta (Alexander S.M. Gibson, director).
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 also revoked 16 OTI licenses for failure to maintain valid bonds. The firms include AA Shipping, Houston; American Steamship Agency Corp., Cresskell, N.J.; Bluesea Shipping Line, Carson, Calif.; Bral Marine Service, Miami; Cargo Express Northwest, Redmond, Ore.; Concordia Shipping Line, Miami; FYT, City of Industry, Calif.; GAC International Transport, Linden, N.J.; Malvazia Co., Savannah, Ga.; Medtrans, Mundelein, Ill.; Navigation Dynamic Services, Carson, Calif.; Oceanair Freight International, Opalocka, Fla.; Overseas International Corp., Holbrook, Mass.; Reliable Logistics, Jamaica, N.Y.; Simmons International Express, Prospect Heights, Ill.; and Summit Cargo Group, Inglewood, Calif.