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AP Tariffs Now Offers Legal Practitioner Services

Navigate the complex regulations of the maritime industry with ease by partnering with Atlantic Pacific Tariffs, Inc. (AP Tariffs), which is now offering Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) legal practitioner services. AP Tariffs has a team of expert attorneys who specializes in the laws and regulations governing ocean transportation in the foreign commerce of the United States. Whether you're a shipper, ocean carrier, or marine terminal operator, AP Tariffs can provide all the services you need, including:

  • Compliance guidance: Ensure your operations align with Federal Maritime Commission regulations and laws.

  • Shipping contract review and negotiation: We'll review and negotiate shipping contracts to protect your interests and ensure compliance.

  • Dispute resolution: If a dispute arises, we'll represent you in arbitration or litigation to achieve the best possible outcome.

  • Freight rate negotiation: Rely on us for expert advice and assistance with negotiating compliant and favorable freight rates.

  • Marine terminal operation guidance: Get the legal advice you need to run your marine terminal smoothly and comply with FMC regulations.

  • Administrative proceedings representation: We'll represent you in any administrative proceedings before the Federal Maritime Commission, including enforcement actions and rate approval proceedings.

Choose AP Tariffs and get unparalleled expertise and personalized service in the maritime industry. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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