MSC continues dispute with FMC judge in complaint case

MSC disagrees with a US federal judge’s proposed default judgment in a complaint case filed by the Federal Maritime Commission. The liner company had until Sept. 22 to present documents in the case.

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Swiss-Italian container shipping company MSC is in direct disagreement with a judge’s handling of a complaint case by the US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) in which the company has been ordered to present a number of documents by Sept. 22.

If MSC did not produce the documents, Judge Erin M. Wirth said that she would consider to issue a default judgment in the case.

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