In August, the American Trucking Associations (ATA) filed a $1.8M complaint with the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) against the Ocean Carrier Equipment Management Association (OCEMA) for unfair business practices as it relates to their practice of dictating chassis usage and disparity of pricing between what they charge motor carriers versus ocean carriers.

In September, OCEMA fired back with a motion to dismiss the complaint saying they are “free to structure their relationships with shippers and chassis providers as they see fit.”
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In October, ATA formally responded to the request for dismissal saying “OCEMA has been using anti-competitive business models that harm truckers.”

It is now in the hands of Administrative Law Judge Erin Wirth to rule on the matter.


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