Trucking Groups Score Win In Ocean Carriers FMC Dispute

By Linda Chiem (February 14, 2024, 8:48 PM EST) -- The Federal Maritime Commission has said that ocean carriers flouted U.S. law by requiring trucking companies to only use specific chassis providers to haul container cargo from certain ports in California, Illinois, Georgia and Tennessee, in a dispute related to pandemic-era supply chain logjams....

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