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The Federal Maritime Commission's report was based on feedback from industry leaders at four public forums held around the country to gauge the impacts of port congestion and examine possible solutions going forward.
Judge John Gleason of the Eastern District Court of New York granted class-action status to plaintiffs seeking compensation from several airlines for raising their transportation costs.
U.S. District Court Judge Denise J. Casper ruled that federal law precludes Massachusetts from regulating transportation rates, routes and services by requiring express delivery drivers to be company employees.
Trade ministers left Hawaii on Friday without concluding a TPP deal because several countries held out to protect specific domestic industries like pharmaceuticals, automobiles and agriculture from competition.
BlueWater Reporting revealed ocean carriers operate a total of 31 container services on the Mediterranean to Africa trade and 16 on the North Europe to Africa trade.
Every question deserves an answer, and as maritime administrator of the United States, I feel that the U.S. maritime industry and community deserve a factual answer to the question "where did the Maritime Heritage Grant money go?"