FMC continues investigation into eight carriers' fees

US maritime authority FMC continues investigations into eight container carriers for fees charged in relation to bottlenecks and delays. "I am particularly concerned by the proliferation of fees," says chair Daniel B. Maffei to ShippingWatch.

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The US Federal Maritime Commission continues its investigations into eight container carriers in connection with fees levied against customers resulting from bottlenecks and delays in the overheated container market.

Daniel B. Maffei confirms as much in a statement to ShippingWatch on yesterday's coverage of FMC's investigation of competitive mechanisms in the container market.

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