Find out what the latest trade developments are from - full post-Brexit Customs controls now in effect, to CBSA's Statement of Reasons re dumping of Mexican OCTG, we've detailed these and much more for you here.
Receiving errors in ACE while validating data for the Lacey Act? You're not alone. Here's the workaround until U.S. Customs correct the issue.
A reminder that The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service will no longer be accepting unoriginal copies of phytosanitary certificates and forms after December 31, 2021. We detail everything you need to know of what types phytosanitary certificates are acceptable, processes and much more.
Are you prepared for the EU’s new export requirements? We detail everything you need to know on the required use of updated export certificates under the EU’s new animal health law.
Exporter of plant and animal products? New phytosanitary certificates are being implemented, along with a new validation tool for security measures. Find out everything you need to know to stay compliant, and ensure your goods can be successfully exported.
A reminder that today is the start of the implementation of Phase VI of the Lacey Act. Find out if your products require an import declaration.
Although new wood pallets will require an import declaration starting Oct. 1, the requirement will not apply to used, recycled, or reclaimed pallets or to pallets, empty or under load, that are used to carry goods imported into the U.S.
Following a year-long delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, APHIS will now be implementing Phase Six of the Lacey Act enforcement schedule at the start of October. Find out more about the new products added, including essential oils, wooden trunks, crates, and various musical instruments.