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AP Tariffs Now 6th Largest FMC Publisher for NVOCC Tariffs

Atlantic Pacific Tariffs Inc. (AP Tariffs) has claimed the 6th spot in the ranking of the largest tariff publishers for Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers (NVOCC). The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) requires all NVOCCs operating in the U.S. trades to publish a tariff (46 CFR § 520.3). Based in Florida, AP Tariffs makes it easy for NVOCCs to publish their tariffs with its technologically advanced platform that significantly reduces filing labor costs and increases compliance at the same time. AP Tariffs has built strong partnerships in the industry. The company looks out for the best interests of its clients to make sure they are in compliance with FMC regulations. "We want our clients to succeed so they can continue doing business for a long time," Pierre Larenas of AP Tariffs said. AP Tariffs provides its clients with compliance training as well as free compliance consultation (up to 2 hours/month) to help customers avoid 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). 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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