* OUR PROFESSIONAL CREWS ASSISTS WITH ALL THE DOCUMENTATIONS ( BOOKING, BL ,SHIPPER EXPORT DECLARATION & VGM ) TO COMPLY WITH ALL THE FEDERAL MARITIME COMISSION (FMC)STANDARDS.
* WE ARE A NVOCC LOCATED AT SOUTH FLORIDA AND OUR APPROACH IS TO WORK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH OUR CUSTOMERS WHILE PROVIDING THE MOST EFFECTIVE LEVEL OF SERVICES FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .
* WE ARE WELL PREPARED TO WORK WITH OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS TO MEET THE EVER-CHANGING CHALLENGES OF THEIR NEEDS, WE MAINTAIN A DATABASE WITH FULL TECHNICAL DETAILS WITH THE CARRIER WITHOUT INTERRUPTED YOUR OPERATIONS AT DESTINATIONS.
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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION FRANCHISE AGREEMENT
1) The franchisee’s business is substantially associated with the franchisor's brand. In franchising, the franchisor and each of its franchisees are sharing a common brand. The franchisor exercises control or provides substantial assistance to the franchisee in how it uses the franchisor's brand to conduct business. Because the franchisee is an independent contractor and not a joint employer, generally those controls cover brand standards and do not extend to the human resources of the franchisee, nor do they extend to how the franchisee manages its business—aside from meeting the requirements of the brand standards—on a daily basis.
2) The franchisor receives a fee from the franchisee for the right to enter into the relationship and to operate its business using the franchisor’s trademarks. The fee can be an initial fee of at least $500 or it can be a continuing fee—with certain exemptions provided under the law.
3) A franchise agreement is a license that establishes the rights and obligations of the franchisor and the franchisee. This agreement is designed to protect the franchisor's intellectual property (IP) and ensure consistency in how each of its licensees operates under its brand. Even though the relationship is codified in a written agreement that is meant to last as long as 20 years, the franchisor needs to have the ability to evolve the brand and its consumer offering to stay competitive.