Gulf forwarders, brokers to join New Orleans in FMC complaint against LASSA rate bias

Brennan, Terry
August 1995
Traffic World;8/28/95, Vol. 243 Issue 9, p36
Trade Publication
Reports that freight forwarders and customs brokers at several Gulf ports have joined the Port of New Orleans in a complaint filed at the Federal Maritime Commission about the Latin American Shipping Service Association's (LASSA) rates that favor South Florida ports. Rate differentials on carrier costs on cargoes; Groups joining the protest; Members of LASSA.


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