What does this 'duty evasion scheme' look like - that the Ford Motor Company has allegedly used? U.S. Customs has issued a pre-penalty notice to the company demanding $181 million in duties with an additional $1.3 billion in import penalties on the horizon. We detail everything you need to know about this major story here.
Commerce has confirmed June 28 as the start date for the new AIM System that was delayed earlier this year in response to critical public feedback. Find out more about the adjustments since made to the requirements in order to reduce confusion, better align with industry terminology and allow time for U.S. manufacturers to update their systems with improved tracking capability.
‘Data gaps’ in e-commerce? You bet there are. With explosive growth of cross-border market reliance on e-commerce comes increased risk of trade violation and the potential for sales of harmful or unsafe goods. What are the gaps and challenges that US Customs have identified? What are the proposed solutions and strategies to overcome them? We detail the answers and more here.
Importer of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) commodities? Enforcement of the mandatory submission for imports in (ACE) Automated Commercial Environment, has been indefinitely postponed. We've provided all the details for you here.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection this week has issued a warning ahead of Mother’s Day about the criminal, financial and consumer safety risks of purchasing fake merchandise online.
A recent CBP ruling further clarifies how to properly determine the country of origin for electric motors when assembled from components of differing origin.
Find out more about USMCA after-sales service provisions that enable Canadian vendors to have their own technicians work temporarily in the U.S. as “business visitors” — meaning that no visa or special work status application is required.