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Holiday Notice - New Year Day Vietnamese Lunar New Year is coming!

We would like to announce that T&M Forwarding will be closed from Fed 4th, 2019 to Feb 10th, 2019 for this special occasion.

We will resume working on Feb 11th, 2019.

Thank you for your understanding. We look forward to working together for a great new year 2019.

Wish you and your family a happy, healthy and successful new year.

Changing to new area codes for landline phones in Viet Nam
Effective by the below scheduled, our offices will change the area code of their landline phones

VP Tel Fax From
Danang (236)
358 3686
358 3686
Haiphong (225)
382 1275
382 1276
Hanoi (24)
3514 7047
3514 7047
Saigon (28)
3899 8696
3899 8699

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T&M Forwarding is now FMC registered OTI T&M Forwarding is now FMC bonded under OTI # 026164 as registered foreign based NVOCC. To comply with FMC registration requirement, T&M Forwarding, an individual member of FIATA, has used FIATA Group Bond Programme and is the first Vietnamese freight forwarder / NVOCC to successfully apply for registration using this programme.  
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FMC Chairman Seeks NVO Reform

Federal Maritime Commission Chairman Richard Lidinsky Jr. said he hopes the FMC can move quickly on a “top-to-bottom” modernization of rules covering non-vessel-operating common carriers.

In a speech to the annual meeting of the National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America, Lidinsky outlined the FMC’s efforts to overhaul its regulations covering NVOs.
He said the FMC would begin discussion at its May meeting on modernizing regulations for licensing, registration and proof of financial responsibility for NVOs and freight forwarders.

The commission also is working to update regulations covering NVOCC service arrangements, which allow NVOS to enter confidential service contracts, and negotiated rate agreements, which substitute for NVOs’ requirements to file tariffs.

Lidinsky said he hopes the agency can move within weeks to simplify documentation requirements “that cause NVOCCs problems without adding much value.”

A second step would include more substantial changes. One change under study would exempt foreign, unlicensed NVOs from tariff-filing. Lidinsky said such a change would have to be accompanied by an agreement requiring foreign NVOs to comply with FMC processes, document requests or orders, even if their country has a “blocking statute” that limits U.S. regulatory reach.

Other proposed changes would include adding negotiated rate agreements to include non-rate terms, and narrowing the current prohibition on amendments to the agreements.

The FMC, Lidinsky emphasized, is trying to balance the need to reduce regulatory burdens on NVOs, which have no antitrust immunity and are required to post bonds, with the need to protect the shipping public against fraud and unfair practices.
Source: JOC

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