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Customs Clearance & Declaration

The general public is often unaware of the sheer magnitude of goods and raw materials that cross international borders every single day and what is involved in clearing these goods through international customs. Each country operates under different sets of rules and regulations. These regulations change almost on a daily basis all over the world. We are your translators, communicating with agencies and government officials throughout the shipping process to ensure that all the proper procedures are followed, keeping our customers’ costs at a minimum.

Importer Security Filling (ISF)

Before merchandise can be imported into the United states the importer security filing (ISF) also called customs broker must submit electronically the 10+2 data elements to Customs at Border protection (CBP) no later than 24 hours prior to the cargo being loaded.

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Automated Manifest System (AMS)

AMS filing, also known as Automated Manifest System filing, is a document submitted to the US customs describing all the goods bound for the country. The document must be filed 24 hours prior to the departure of a ship from the port of loading.

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HTS Classification

An HTS (or HS) code stands for Harmonized System or Harmonized Tariff Schedule. Developed by the World Customs Organization (WCO), the codes are used to classify and define internationally traded goods.

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Customs Consulting

We are at your disposal to offer you assistance on the wide set of customs-related issues, and to go further into detail in the topics you are more interested in, evaluating and discussing with you any possible trade opportunity in new scenarios

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Duty Drawback and Reconciliation

A Duty Drawback is a refund on duties, taxes, and fees paid on imported goods, that are later exported as unused or as finished product.

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Import Regulatory Compliance

There are three main aspects of import compliance:

  • Identifying and classifying the goods being imported.
  • Calculating tariffs and duties associated with importing the goods.
  • Applying for licenses, if necessary.
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Trusted Partners

We have established good relationships with reliable international carriers in both air freight and sea freight. With this dedicated international alliance, we aim to be your one stop service provider and ensure effective and practical solutions tailored to your needs.

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