It appears the controversial shipping route used by American Seafoods and other Alaska pollock suppliers is back up and running.

The so-called Bayside Program is the subject of an ongoing legal dispute between American Seafoods' affiliates Kloosterboer International Forwarding (KIF) and Alaska Reefer Management (ARM) and the US Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP), which earlier this year levied an estimated $400 million (€345 million) in fines against a number of companies that use the route to ship pollock from Dutch Harbor, Alaska, to the Port of Bayside in New Brunswick, Canada.