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FMC Tariffs

Backed by a team of experienced professionals, our services meet the needs of all types and sizes of clients - from small startups to large firms.


What is a Tariff?

Tariff means a publication containing the actual rates, charges, classifications, rules, regulations, and practices of a common carrier or a conference of common carriers. The term "practices" refers to those usages, customs or modes of operation which in any way affect, determine or change the transportation rates, charges or services provided by a common carrier or conference. 

One of the primary functions of the publication of tariffs is to provide the shipping public with accessible and reliable information on the price and service options to move particular commodities from point A to point B. 

Shippers should be able to use this information to compare competing carriers' offerings and to assess whether they are being unreasonably discriminated against vis-Zi-vis their competitors. In addition, public tariff information enables carriers to monitor their competitors and to gain a complete picture of the marketplace in a particular trade. 

Tariff Publication

File a New Tariff

-For newly licensed or registered carriers needing to publish a tariff. 


-New clients needing to file a New Tariff receive a free 30 minute introductory consultation. 

-Go to our contact page and select "New Tariff." A TDS representative will contact you to gather additional information, explain the set up process and explain services and pricing. 

Transfer an Existing Tariff


-Existing carrier looking to switch from your current tariff provider?


-Carriers looking to switch publishing providers can ask their current publisher to host historical data and start a new tariff or you may request a quote for TDS to do a full transfer.


Go to our contact page and select "Transfer Existing Tariff" from the drop down box. We will contact you to gather additional information about your current tariff and asses your tariff publishing needs. 

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