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Statement of Commissioner Rebecca Dye Before the Surface Transportation Board Oversight Hearing on Demurrage and Accessorial Charges

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Good morning, Chairman Begeman, Vice Chairman Fuchs, and Member Oberman.  Thank you for the opportunity to appear before you today to discuss the recommendations of the Memphis Supply Chain Innovation Team. The Federal Maritime Commission recently has employed a new approach, Innovation Teams, to develop commercial solutions to freight delivery… Read More »

Remarks by FMC Commissioner Rebecca Dye American Cotton Shippers Association – Laguna Beach, California

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Thank you.  It’s a pleasure to be here today. I appreciate the invitation to speak and the great venue! Yesterday, I spoke to your Transportation, Documentation and Insurance Committee about chassis provisioning and the FMC Memphis Supply Chain Innovation Team. This morning, I’ll discuss the status of the Commission’s investigation… Read More »

Remarks by FMC Commissioner Rebecca Dye American Trucking Association Conference Scottsdale, AZ

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Thank you.  It’s a pleasure to be here today. I appreciate the invitation to speak and the great venue! The Federal Maritime Commission has a solid and productive relationship with the American Trucking Association – and, in particular, the Intermodal Motor Carrier Conference. Drayage trucking companies played an important role… Read More »

Dye to Begin Last Phase of Detention & Demurrage Investigation

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Contact: John K. Decrosta, (202) 523-5911 Innovation teams consisting of industry experts who are part of the ocean freight transportation system and global supply chains will soon meet in Washington as Commissioner Rebecca Dye commences the final phase of her investigation of the detention, demurrage, and free time practices of… Read More »

Remarks of Commissioner Rebecca Dye at the Journal of Commerce Port Performance North America

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My favorite business author is Jim Collins, who wrote Built to Last, and most recently, Great by Choice. Collins says that the most important executive responsibility is to hire the best people and make sure they’re in the right place in your organization. He refers to that responsibility as, “getting the best people… Read More »

Acting Chairman Khouri & Commissioner Dye Address Transportation Legal Professionals

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The Federal Maritime Commission Hearing Room was the venue today for “Transportation Forum XV”, an annual event of the Association of Transportation Law Professionals where topics of interest to those who work on legal issues related to transportation, trade, and intermodalism are discussed. Acting Chairman Michael Khouri and Commissioner Rebecca… Read More »