Shipping a vehicle with the help of an ocean transporter involves many complications because of which sometimes the dispute occurs between the customers and companies.

In order to resolve your dispute with the ocean transporter, you must contact FMC and choose the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR).  

The Dispute Resolution services are beneficial in many ways. For more information, you can search alternative dispute resolution services via

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 Following are its several advantages:

1. The ADR's jurisdiction serves as an independent, neutral, and impartial third party in resolving the conflict.

2. The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) holds the right for implementing the decision of jurisdiction.

3. The cost of these services is less as compared to the cost of taking the company to court.

4. The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) charges no fee for the ADR activities if the matter remains unresolved. However, mostly both parties agree to the decision made by the jurisdiction.

5.The Alternative Dispute Resolution is a less costly, quick, and practical way of finding the solution to your issue with an auto shipper. 

There are three main types of Alternative Dispute Resolution:

1. Arbitration: The Alternative Dispute Resolution Department also offers arbitration services for those who want a more traditional proceeding without going to court. Both parties present their documents and evidence at the hearing. 

2. Mediation: The complicated cases, which require a larger solution and in-depth discussion, are registered under the ADR Mediation program.

3. Ombuds Assistance: The fastest and frequently requested Alternative Dispute Resolution service is the Ombuds assistance. The Ombuds assistance is helpful for resolving cargo shipment, household, or cruise passenger issues.