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MSC CTPAT Suspended
MSC Suspended from CTPAT for 90 Days
As of June 18, 2019 MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has been suspended from the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism program (CTPAT). At this time, the Read More »
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New Minimum Security Criteria in CTPAT Portal
As of May 3, 2019, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has released the CTPAT program’s new minimum security criteria (MSC) in the CTPAT portal. Read More »
Santions compliance guidelines
5 Building Blocks to an Effective Sanction Compliance Program
How do you ensure your company is compliant when dealing with sanctions? Need guidelines on how to put a sanction compliance program together? You’re in Read More »
ABC
The ABC’s of Tariff Classification
When it comes to classifying your imports or exports, the tariff book can appear daunting and much too complicated to approach. How do you classify Read More »
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Do You Ship to India? Here are the New India Invoice Requirements
Shipping to India? A new regulation has gone into effect, as of February 18, 2019, that requires invoices to have the unit of measurement for Read More »
UL Mark
Is this Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Trademark Authentic? The Onus is on Importers to Know for Sure
If you purchase and import products that bear the UL trademark, the onus is on you as the importer to ensure the supplier applied for and Read More »
301 delayed mgta
Section 301 Tariff Increase Delayed
President Trump has announced that the Section 301 tariff increase will be postponed again. This is due to “substantial progress in our trade talks with Read More »
USMCA Article
NAFTA 2.0, What’s Different?
Announced on September 30th, the United States, Mexico and Canada renegotiated NAFTA and forged a preliminary trilateral trade agreement. This new agreement is known by Read More »
Workers at garment factory in Southeast Asia
Importers & Forced Labor Risk: The Onus Is on You to Know the Labor That Your Suppliers Use
Earlier in March we shared an article on the importance of knowing your suppliers titled, Forced Labor and Chocolate: Do You Know Your Suppliers? The Read More »
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Effective October 1, 2018, Merchandise Processing Fees to Increase for Fiscal Year 2019
In August, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced that the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) will increase user fees effective October 1, 2018 Read More »
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