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Company Pays $85,000 Penalty for Transporting Property at Lower Rates


The Federal Maritime Commission ordered American Freight Logistics, Inc., to pay $85,000 in compromise of all civil penalties for knowingly and willfully obtaining ocean transportation for property at less than the rates and charges that would otherwise be applicable by the device or means of improperly utilizing rates limited to certain "named accounts" in MSC service contracts nos. 16-286TPC, 17-237TPC, and 18-399TPC. AFL, a licensed OTI based in City of Industry, Calif., entered into a compromise agreement with the FMC in April 2019.

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