LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES
Licenses that allow us to operate
Our licenses are approved by relevant maritime authorities and comply with all international and local regulations. Thanks to these licenses, we can ensure a safe and legally compliant operation for your maritime shipments.
Federal Maritime Commission
The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) is an independent U.S. government agency responsible for regulating international maritime transportation in the country. It was created in 1936 with the aim of protecting consumers and maritime carriers and ensuring fair competition in international maritime trade. The FMC has the authority to regulate the rates and commercial practices of maritime carriers and freight agents and to enforce federal maritime laws and regulations. It can also take disciplinary action against carriers and freight agents who violate maritime regulations. The FMC is a key element in ensuring fair, safe, and efficient maritime trade in the United States.
Directorate of National Taxes and Customs of Colombia
The DIAN is the acronym for National Tax and Customs Directorate of Colombia. It is a government agency responsible for the administration of taxes and customs in Colombia. The DIAN's objective is to collect national taxes and dues, regulate foreign trade and control the entry and exit of goods through the borders of Colombia. The DIAN also plays an important role in the implementation of economic and fiscal policies in Colombia and is responsible for investigating and combating tax evasion and customs fraud. The DIAN works in collaboration with other government agencies and international organizations to ensure effective tax compliance and fair and transparent tax administration in Colombia.
National Customs Directorate Chile
The Chilean Customs is a public body responsible for regulating foreign trade and the movement of goods in the country. It is in charge of administering and controlling customs and collecting taxes and tariffs related to the import and export of goods. Additionally, it is responsible for enforcing sanitary and phytosanitary measures to protect health and the environment.