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Updated Customs Bond Guidance Available

On February 13, 2024, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued CSMS # 59402411 - Office of Trade issues ‘A Guide for the Public: How CBP Sets Bond Amounts.’What is a Customs Bond?Bonds are required for a wide range of[...]

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77 COVID-Related Section 301 Exclusions Extended Through Sept 30

The USTR postponed the expiration of 81 exclusions until May 31 and further renewed all but 4 exclusions through Sept 30. [...]

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Keep your Vessel Manifest Data Confidential 

Manifest data contains clues about your suppliers, products, and supply chain. Learn how you can protect your business by requesting confidentiality from U.S. Customs.[...]

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Ban Lifted on Mexican CITES Imports

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced the CITES trade suspension with Mexico is withdrawn.[...]

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West Coast Port Negotiations Resume, Dockworkers Trigger Delays

Over the past year, negotiations between the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) and International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) regarding contracts have been difficult, causing delays and uncertainty in freight operations. [...]

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Tariffs on Imports from Russia Increasing Soon

Duty will increase from 35% to 70% on certain articles made in Russia effective April 1. [...]

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New Resources Available: Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act

More detailed FAQs, Best Practices for Applicability Reviews, Guidance on Preparing a UFLPA Applicability Review Submission[...]

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Guidance for Importers of Biological Materials

U.S. Customs provides guidance on how Importers can prepare their biological material shipments for import.[...]

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February 2023 Market Update

A train derailment in Ohio causes disruptions. Overall freight market trending toward freight normalization. Find out what's new in February! [...]

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