3 edition of Operating-differential subsidies in the liner trades found in the catalog.
1992 by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the U.S. G.P.O., Supt. of Docs., Congressional Sales Office in Washington .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||KF27 .M464 1991a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||92172387|
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Get this from a library. Operating-differential subsidies in the liner trades: hearing before the Subcommittee on Merchant Marine of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, first session J [United States.
Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. From January 1,through SeptemMaritime Administration had paid $ billion in liner subsidies and reported an outstanding liability as of Septemof about $ million. There were seven liner operators with vessels in the liner subsidy program at the end of fiscal year Operating-differential subsidies in the liner trades: hearing before the Subcommittee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, first session J (Washington: U.S.
G.P.O. Ship construction subsidies; Filed under: Shipbuilding subsidies. Construction differential subsidies / (Washington: G.P.O., ), by United States.
Congress. House. Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Subcommittee on Merchant Marine (page images at HathiTrust). Operating-differential subsidies in the liner trades: hearing before the Subcommittee on Merchant Marin Foreign shipbuilding subsidies ; [microform] hearing before the Subcommittee on Merchant Marine of the National Shipbuilding and Conversion Act of [microform]: report (to accompany H.R.
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Vol. ] OPERATING-DIFFERENTIAL SUBSIDIES Adequacy of service is determined by an examination of existing United States-flag service on that trade route. If the Operating-differential subsidies in the liner trades book Subsidy Board finds the present service adequate to carry the cargo available, the operating-differential subsidy application is.
His is one of the lucky companies that had successfully negotiated Operating Differential Subsidies (“ODS”) with the U.S. Maritime Administration. in certain desirable liner trades. TLoftfto'ECO We welcome letters from is commercially viable in the liner trades, One policy implication I pointed out was the need to eliminate the operating differential subsidy.
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Containerization, international vessel sharing agreements, logisticsefficiencies, and the introduction of open registries have impacted carrier operations.5The following are among the many laws that apply to the U.S.
maritime industry: The Merchant Marine Act of established direct and indirect subsidies through the Operating Differential. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
ods (operating differential subsidy) (1) A payment to an American-flag carrier by the U.S. federal government to offset the difference in operating costs between U.S. and foreign vessels. (2) A direct subsidy paid to U.S.-flag operators to offset the high operating cost of U.S.-flag ships when compared to foreign-flag counterparts.
tiated Operating Differential Subsi dies (“ODS”) with the U.S. Maritime A dministration. The U.S. government i s contractually obligated to provid ethese funds to the owner who happens t ooperate a fleet of primarily U.S.
fl ag vessels in certa in desirable liner trades. Inone of these contra cts alone is worth up to $2 million per. Operating-Differential Subsidies.
Title VI of the Act provides for the payment of operating-differential subsidy on vessels to be used in a foreign service in the foreign commerce of the United States, which has been declared to be essential by the Secretary of Transportation under Section of the Act.
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D&H Abbreviation for “Dangerous and Hazardous” cargo. D/A – Disbursements Account. Account rendered by a ship’s agent at a port to the shipowner for all sums paid out in respect of the ship’s call at the port such as pilotage, towage, any cash advance to.
Construction and Operating Differential Subsidies. The Merchant Marine Act of permits deferral of taxes on earnings deposited into capital construction funds. Such funds and interest earned from such funds can be used for the construction of or acquisition of U.S.
flag vessels. In addition, to. The Maritime Security Program (MSP) was established by the Maritime Security Act of (Public Law ) to assure the continued viability of a U.S.-flag merchant marine capable of.
Liner. A vessel sailing between specified ports on a regular basis. Liquidated Damages. The penalty a seller must pay if the construction project does not meet contractual standards or deadlines. List.
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Table of contents. Sec. While the book value of Crowley's vessels and equipment employed in domestic trades exceeds $ million, the fair market value of this equipment is substantially higher.
Moreover, the infrastructure developed to support this equipment, in terms of human resources, information systems, etc., would also be put at risk by repeal of the U.S.-build.
Liner: The word "liner" is derived from the term "line traffic" which denotes operation along definite routes on the basis of definite, fixed schedules; a liner thus is a vessel that engages in this kind of transportation, which generally involves the haulage of general cargo as distinct from bulk cargo.
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Book the cargo on a U.S.-Flag vessel or contact the Maritime Administration (MARAD). File required reports—bill of lading with MARAD. U.S. Department of Transportation.
Maritime Administration. Office of Cargo Preference. Customer Outreach. Tel: () 9US-FLAG  () Fax: () Text for H.R - th Congress (): To complete the codification of ti United States Code, "Shipping", as positive law. Toggle navigation. Home; Topics. VIEW ALL TOPICS. Liner. A vessel sailing between specified ports on a regular basis.
Liner Terms. Freight includes the cost of loading onto and discharging from the vessel. Liquidated Damages. The penalty a seller must pay if the construction project does not meet contractual standards or deadlines.
List. The amount in degrees that a vessel tilts from the. A cargo consolidator in ocean trades who will buy space from a carrier and sub–sell it to smaller ship-pers. The NVOCC issues bills of lading, publishes tariffs and otherwise conducts itself as an ocean common carrier, except that it will not provide the actual ocean or intermodal service.
NOR Notice of Readiness (when the ship is ready to. (a) No operating-differential subsidy shall be paid for the operation of any vessel on a voyage on which it engages in coastwise or intercoastal trade: Provided, however, That such subsidy may be paid on a round-the-world voyage or a round voyage from the west coast of the United States to a European port or ports or a round voyage from the.
Liner. A vessel sailing between specified ports on a regular basis. Line-Haul. Transportation from one city to another as differentiated from local switching service.
List. The amount in degrees that a vessel tilts from the vertical. Liter. liquid U.S. quarts or fluid ounces. Liquidated Damages. An additional duty imposed to offset export grants, bounties or subsidies paid to foreign suppliers in certain countries by the government of that country for the purpose of promoting export.
Cross Member. Transverse members fitted to the bottom side rails of a container, which support the floor. Crate. Wood box that will protect you shipment. Cu. Abbreviation for "Operating Differential Subsidy." An amount of money the U.S.
government paid U.S. shipping companies that qualify for this subsidy. The intent was to help offset the higher subsidy. The intent was to help ofset the higher cost of operating a U.S.-flag vessel.of x. Share & Embed.(d) the aggregate book value of the vessels owned by such.
corporation does not exceed 10 per centum of the aggregate book. value of the assets of such corporation; and (e) such corporation purchases or produces in the United. States, its Territories, or possessions not less than 75 per. centum of the raw materials used or sold in its operations.