Last week, the CBP released updates to their schedule for deploying additional functionality to the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE). These updates on aluminum 232 duty to Russian products, HTS Go-Live, automation of CBP form 6051D for Detentions including UFLPA, Truck Manifest enhancements, entry summary updates and much more. Full details here.
CBP has recently released a new guidance document on cyber-attacks aimed at helping companies in the supply chain improve their cybersecurity measures. The document provides practical advice on how to prevent, protect, respond and recover from cyber-attacks, with a focus on protecting critical infrastructure. Details here.
CBP Issues New Reporting Rules for 200% Tariff on Russian Aluminum and Derivatives, Independent of Origin
CBP recently issued new reporting rules regarding the 200% tariff on certain aluminum products, which will apply regardless of origin. Find out all the details here.
CBSA has proposed new regulations for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in sealant products and will open comments to the public in the summer of 2023. Find out all the details you need to know here.
CBP has launched a new online dashboard with insights on the enforcement actions taken under UFLPA, providing data on the number and value of shipments stopped/subject to review as well as industries and countries of origin that are most affected. Find out all the details you need to know here.
The Canadian government has announced that, effective March 10, 2023, the import of Russian aluminum and steel products are prohibited. Find out all the details here.
The Government of Canada has announced new regulations prohibiting the importing and manufacturing of lead wheel weights containing more than 0.1% of lead in weight. Find out all the details here.
CBP is undertaking multiple efforts to provide more information for companies seeking to comply with the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act and Section 307 of the Tariff Act of 1930. Access multiple resources, and registration to their upcoming Expo and Summit events here.
CBP has expanded the list of “priority sectors” for enforcement of forced labor violations under UFLPA. Detentions for commodities such as palm oil have occurred, but now there is a focus on aluminum, cotton, tomatoes, polysilicon, and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) products. Detail here.
A Proclamation on Adjusting Imports of Aluminum Into the United States was issued recently, which increases tariffs, under Section 232, on imports from Russia and other countries of aluminum and derivative aluminum articles. Find out when these new duties come into effect, which products are affected, and the justification for this increase here.