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Alaska seafood shippers to pay $9.5M in Jones Act settlement over 100-foot rail track

Summary by Ground News
Kloosterboer International Forwarding and Alaska Reefer Management accepted the settlement in January, agreeing to what amounts to the second-largest settlement involving the act. The Jones Act requires merchandise that is shipped between American ports to travel on American-flagged vessels. An exception allows seafood from Alaska to be transported to the mainland U.S. if it travels along Canadian rail.

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