Importer of dairy products? FAS has issued an interim final rule which suspends for an additional year the historical license reduction provision which would otherwise apply beginning with the 2023 quota year. This change will allow license holders additional time to adjust to challenging market conditions impacting the dairy sector. Find out all the details you need to know, in addition to how to submit comments on this rule, here.
Importer of animal and/or plant products into the U.S.? APHIS will be launching their newly developed Agricultural Commodity Import Requirements (ACIR) database as of September 30, 2022. Find out all the important details that you need to know here.
Importer of meat/poultry imports from U.S. into Canada? Did you know a new certification process for your imports will come into effect next month? We detail everything you need to know about this change.
Find out what the latest trade developments are from - Canada Customs confirming dumping & subsidizing decisions on Chinese container chassis, to the latest update by Commerce on AES (Automated Export System), we've detailed these and much more for you here.
Starting January 15, 2022, the Section 8e information will be transmitted through ACE, with full implementation expected by March 1, 2022. Here's what you need to know on the mandatory requirements and importer responsibilities.
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.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service recently announced the implementation of Phase Five of the Public Health Information System rollout that adds 14 countries to the export module.