An Alaska court has agreed to consider a US Customs request to remove an injunction that temporarily freed companies using a disputed seafood shipping route from over $350 million in fines, and allow the government agency to continue to collect fines.

The government's request came after Alaska Judge Sharon Gleason ruled last month that while the so-called Bayside route did not meet all requirements of the US Jones Act, she was "vacating" US Customs penalties issued against American Seafoods' affiliates Kloosterboer International Forwarding and Alaska Reefer Management up until