Yamato Global Logistics Japan Co. has agreed to plead guilty to air cargo price fixing charges in a US court and pay a $2.3 million criminal fine, the US Dept. of Justice (DOJ) said.  In a statement, DOJ said freight forwarder Yamato “engaged in a conspiracy to fix and to impose … fees, including fuel surcharges and various security fees, charged to customers for services provided in connection with freight forwarding shipments of cargo shipped by air from Japan to the ...

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