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Company Pays $25,000 Penalty for Operating Without Qualifying Individual

The Federal Maritime Commission ordered Bayani Commercial Inc. to pay $25,000 in compromise of all civil penalties for operating without a Qualifying Individual for a period in excess of one year.


Bayani, a licensed NVOCC located in Tukwila, Washington, entered into a compromise agreement with the FMC in August 2018 after allegations that it violated 46 C.F.R. Section 515.20(c).



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