FMC calls on container carriers to heed new weight regulation

The US Federal Maritime Commission now calls on container carriers to comply with the coming weight regulation aimed at improving safety for container shipping. Failure to comply with regulation could be seen as "anticompetitive behavior," FMC Chairman tells the Wall Street Journal.

If container carriers are unwilling to cooperate and accept the upcoming new weighing regulations for containers, their actions could be seen as "anticompetitive behavior," says the Chairman of the US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC), Mario Cordero, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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