Background

The Federal Maritime Commission has given notice that the following have filed applications (1) for ocean transportation intermediary licenses as non-vessel-operating common carriers and/or ocean freight forwarders or (2) to amend an existing OTI license or the qualifying individual for a licensee.

- AIA Global Logistics LLC, Kingwood, TX (QI change)

- BVA & EACA Export Corp., Miami, FL (new OFF license)

- Camel Global Logistics LLC, New Albany, OH (new NVO and OFF license)

- CargoWill LLC, Bolingbrook, IL (new NVO and OFF license)

- Central Cargo North America Inc., Tacoma, WA (new NVO and OFF license)

- CGL Cohesion Global Logistics LLC, Jamaica, NY (additional QI)

- Denizabel Shipping Services Inc., Miami Gardens, FL (new OFF license)

- Doval International LLC, Hillsborough, NJ (adding NVO services)

- Globex Forwarding Corp., Brooklyn, NY (new NVO and OFF license)

- GTS Cargo Inc., Miami, FL (QI change)

- Latek Logistics USA Inc. dba Chain Logistics, Lodi, NJ (name change to Chain Logistics USA Inc.)

- Lion Transatlantic LLC, Linden, NJ (QI change)

- Maat International Corp., Miami, FL (new NVO and OFF license)

- Prime Log Solutions Corp., Doral, FL (additional QI)

- Proexport Logistics LLC, Miami, FL (new OFF license)

- Superior Brokerage Services Inc., St. Paul, MN (adding trade name SBS Worldwide Logistics Solutions)

- YH Shipping Agency, Temple City, CA (new NVO license)

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