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Surcharge scrutiny rings alarm bells

The US Federal Maritime Commission’s (FMC) increased scrutiny of liner shipping congestion charges should give cause for concern for container ship operators, according to shipping law specialist Holman Fenwick Willan (HFW). Earlier this month, the FMC initiated an expedited Enforcement Inquiry into the legality of congestion charges, in particular demurrage and detention charges. The catalyst ...

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The US Federal Maritime Commission’s (FMC) increased scrutiny of liner shipping congestion charges should give cause for concern for container ship operators, according to shipping law specialist Holman Fenwick Willan (HFW). Earlier this month, the FMC initiated an expedited Enforcement Inquiry into the legality of congestion charges, in particular demurrage and detention charges. The catalyst ...

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