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BOC refers to blanket of coverage status. A BOC-3 is a filing requirement regulated by the US federal government. The BOC-3 assigns a company or individual to forward official documents in a legal manner. This applies to FMCSA policies across all 50 US states. (FMCSA refers to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.) So, who is in charge of granting BOC-3 filings? The FMCSA allows only third-party companies called process service agencies to do so. Each process service agency has to lease or use the services of a client in all relevant states. Plus, a process service agency must register with the FMCSA. Otherwise, a company will not have permission to receive BOC-3 certification.
Our organization serves as a process service agency that is FMCSA registered. We pride ourselves on managing BOC-3 process service filing for countless US companies. Keep in mind that the FMCSA won’t let transportation companies operate without BOC-3’s on file. This applies to motor carriers, freight forwarders, and brokers. New transportation businesses cannot receive Operating Authority without a BOC-3 filing. So, say that you need a new MC Number. You won’t have the ability to secure one without a BOC-3 filing. Even the most successful transportation companies lose Operating Authority without BOC-3 filings. Our firm exists to ensure that businesses of all shapes and sizes can flourish. And we do so by making the fastest BOC-3 filings in the industry.