Federal Maritime Commissioner Richard Lidinsky said the agency will soon stop the clock on its review of the proposed P3 Network, giving him and fellow commissioners enough time to meet with European Union and Chinese regulators on Dec. 17 before determining whether to block the plan.
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02 Dec 2013
The Federal Maritime Commission will host European Union and Chinese regulatory officials later this month for a summit on the proposed P3 Network alliance involving the world’s three largest container lines.
28 Nov 2013
China says it will attend a summit in Washington in December proposed by the Federal Maritime Commission to discuss the proposed P3 alliance involving the world's three largest container lines, Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Co. and CMA-CGM.
22 Nov 2013
The U.S. Department of Transportation has proposed a series of highways to serve as a highway Primary Freight Network...
21 Nov 2013
WASHINGTON — The Surface Transportation Board member nominated by President Obama told Congress Thursday that it “wasn’t
20 Nov 2013
WASHINGTON — The trucking industry isn’t letting up the pressure on Washington, D.C., to repeal new hours of service regulation.
19 Nov 2013
The Federal Maritime Commission has extended its deadline until Nov.
18 Nov 2013
The U.S. Jones Act, which requires that U.S. domestic ocean cargo is carried from port to port in ships that are...
14 Nov 2013
U.S. Sens. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif.; Maria Cantwell, D-Wash.; and Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., have introduced the Safe Skies Act to ensure that America’s cargo plane pilots...
11 Nov 2013
The Federal Maritime Commission likely will focus on two key words — “unreasonable” and “likely” — as it determines in the coming weeks whether to allow or block the proposed alliance of the three largest global container lines.
11 Nov 2013
After the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor held a series of lively hearings in 2010 on work and pay practices at the East Coast’s busiest port, Commissioner Ronald Goldstock said the crime watchdog agency’s work was just beginning.
11 Nov 2013
New York-New Jersey is the only U.S. port where the size of the longshore work force is set by a law enforcement agency that must approve new hires.