Disruption at the Ports: Congestion to Container Shortages – A Conversation with FMC Commissioner Rebecca Dye

From ocean shipping disruptions, port congestion and container shortages that are creating bottlenecks in the global manufacturing supply chains,, the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) is the federal governmental agency in charge of regulating this vital transportation industry.  As a result, the FMC launched multiple investigations last year to address these and other ocean transportation problems.  FMC Commissioner Rebecca Dye was tasked with directing wide-ranging investigations beginning with the disruptions at the Los Angles, Long Beach, New York and New Jersey ports and the associated container shortages.

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