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FMC REVOKES 31 OCEAN TRANSPORTATION INTERMEDIARY LICENSES

FMC REVOKES 31 OCEAN TRANSPORTATION INTERMEDIARY LICENSES

   The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission has revoked ocean transportation intermediary licenses held by 31 companies.

   These firms' OTI licenses were revoked for failure to maintain a valid bond: AA Shipping LLC, Lawndale, Calif.; All-Connections Express (USA) Inc., San Francisco; American Gateway Inc., Miami; Brennan International Transport Inc., Rancho Dominguez, Calif.; Bulk Connection Inc., Mystic, Conn.; Cargo Network International Inc., Rosedale, N.Y.; Core Marine Carriers, Greensboro, N.C.; Crossbar Inc., Springfield, Mo.; Transtech Worldwide Line, Gardena, Calif.; Freight IFS Inc., Wood Dale, Ill; Freightex Marine, Houston; From2.com Inc., Miami Lakes, Fla.; Global Freight Inc., Jamaica N.Y.; International Cargo Transporters Inc., Miami; International Cargo Services Inc., San Francisco; Lift Forwarders Inc., Tualatin, Ore.; Universal Forwarders, El Segundo, Calif.; Flamingo Line, Miami; Neutral Line (USA) Inc., Miami; Overseas Mahanm Inc., Plainview, N.Y.; Pan Atlantic Carriers Services Inc., Miami; Relotrans International Inc., Bedford, Mass.; Single Source Transportation Inc., Taylor, Mich.; TAT International Inc., Flushing, N.Y.; Transtar Shipping Inc., San Francisco; Uniship Inc., Long Beach, Calif.; Westrans Air Express (USA) Inc., Inglewood, Calif.; and Xonex International, New Castle, Del.

   These OTIs surrendered their licenses voluntarily: Cargocare Logistics Ltd., Burlington, N.J.; Opus One USA, San Francisco; and Luxor Ocean Line, Jamaica, N.Y.

The FREIGHTWAVES TOP 500 For-Hire Carriers list includes Cargo Transporters (No. 159).