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Company Pays $40,000 Penalty for Operating Without OTI/NVOCC License

The Federal Maritime Commission ordered International Global Logistics, Inc., to pay $40,000 in compromise of all civil penalties for knowingly and willfully performed the services of an ocean transportation intermediary/non-vessel operating common carrier without having obtained a license to perform such services from the FMC.


The FMC also alleged that IGL did not file a surety bond or other evidence of financial responsibility, and did not publish a tariff, in violation of the Shipping Act of 1984. IGL, located in San Leandro, Calif., entered into a compromise agreement with the FMC in March 2019.

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