The Federal Maritime Commission's (FMC) consideration of an emergency order aimed at forcing shipping lines to be more transparent
with information offered to shippers and truckers, has elicited some frank responses on cracks in operations at the terminal level.
The FMC is in the midst of a 30-day public comment period in which it earlier this month asked industry to weigh in on the possibility of
an order that would force carriers and marine terminal operators to provide cargo availability and throughput information to shippers,
trucking companies and railroads. The order could last as long as 60 days and is authorized under the newly passed Ocean Shipping
Reform Act of 2022 (OSRA).
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