Federal Maritime Commission (FMC)

Federal Maritime Commission (FMC),

Definition of Federal Maritime Commission (FMC):

  1. A federal agency in the United States that regulates ocean-going transportation and commerce between US organizations and foreign countries. Established in 1961, the Federal Maritime Commission is responsible for monitoring and licensing all ocean-based shipping and other business activities involving US companies or concerns.

Meaning of Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) & Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) Definition