Rickmers-Linie pays US fine for breach of competition laws

Rickmers-Linie has agreed to a voluntary compromise with the US Federal Maritime Commission for acting in violating of competition laws in service contracts.

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German Rickmers-Linie GmbH, which is based in Hamburg, has agreed to a voluntary compromise with the US Federal Maritime Commission, FMC, where the carrier will pay a civil penalty of USD 190,000 for acting in violation of competition laws in the company's dry bulk and container activities, says the FMC in a statement on its website.

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