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AP Tariffs Jumps to 7th Spot as Largest FMC Tariff Publisher

Atlantic Pacific Tariffs Inc. (AP Tariffs) recorded 14 new clients for the month of May, climbing up to the 7th spot in the list of the largest FMC tariff publishers in the country. Based in Florida, AP Tariffs utilizes breakthrough technology to make a platform that significantly reduces filing labor costs and increases compliance at the same time. What sets AP Tariffs apart from other tariff publishers is its FMC compliance management service. AP Tariffs provides its clients with free compliance consultation (up to 2 hours/month) to help customers avoid FMC compliance penalties (up-to $12,363 per occurrence). AP Tariffs has an extensive experience in FMC Rules, Regulations, Processes, Procedures, Audits, and Licensing Requirements for Ocean Transportation Intermediaries (OTIs). It has earned praise from its new and long-term clients. "We are quite impressed with your level of service and knowledge," Gerald Hess, President of Ambercor Shipping Inc., noted in one of his emails to AP Tariffs. AP Tariffs provides continued support to its clients whenever they need consultation throughout its operations. "We make it a point to be always available for our clients. We call them on the phone to help them solve FMC-related issues or we schedule online meetings via Zoom to discuss the best way for them to stay compliant with FMC rules and regulations. We want our clients to stay compliant and succeed in their businesses so we can build a long-term partnership with them," Pierre Larenas of AP Tariffs said. Non-clients can also avail of a FREE 30-minute compliance consultation (available in SPANISH and English). Contact AP Tariffs today!


Pierre Larenas Pierre@aptariffs.com 305-610-2244 Mauricio Larenas Mauricio@aptariffs.com 954-461-6152

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