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.
Did you know that ACE Portal users have until February 20, 2022, to link their accounts, but are strongly encouraged to do so prior to that date in order “to avoid potential delays in any required account support resulting from a high volume of support requests.” As of Feb. 20, all users will be automatically directed to the modernized ACE Portal login. Find out all the details and action you need to take here.
What will change for users of ACE with the deployment of Phase 1? Find out, along with the steps to follow when accessing the new ACE Portal for the first time and what the other upcoming ACE deployments will be.
As part of an effort to modernize the handling of certain low-value imports, U.S. Customs and Border Protection has announced that beginning next year all commercial truck shipments containing “Section 321 merchandise” will be required to file an advance electronic manifest in accordance with the guidelines specified in the Trade Act of 2002.