GSP expired (again) – Here’s what to do.

1Feb, 2018
Worker in a factory in India eligible for GSP

GSP expired (again) – Here’s what to do.

On December 31, 2017, GSP expired. The Generalized System of Preferences is a tariff preference program for developing countries that affords US importers the opportunity to enter eligible goods from these countries duty-free. The rules and participating countries and tariff numbers are published at the front of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule. GSP-eligible goods must meet… Read more »

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8Jul, 2016
Wooden bedroom furniture

Antidumping and countervailing duty risks for importers.

(Wooden bedroom furniture, pictured above, may be free of Customs duties but could carry antidumping duties of 100% or more.) When a company is working to establish the landed costs for a product they plan to import, they take a number of steps to ensure that their calculations are correct and they sell the product… Read more »

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30Jun, 2016
Container ship and truck with container in harbor

Importers: CBP local ports authorized to issue ISF penalties

Customs and Border Protection on June 17th announced a change to how they are handling ISF penalties and it gives individual ports the authority to take action directly for violation of the agency’s Importer Security Filing (ISF) requirements. The ISF (or ’10 + 2′) filing requirements mandates that an importer provide Customs with ten data… Read more »

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25Apr, 2016

Customs Centers of Excellence and Expertise up and running.

Along with the deployment of their new ACE processing system, Customs has announced that all ten of their Centers of Excellence and Expertise are now fully operational and are processing entry summaries. Importers whose commodities fall into one of the ten industries managed by the CEE’s should expect to learn more about them and be… Read more »

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CTPAT Statement of Support

As a proud member of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) CTPAT program since February 9th, 2012, supply chain security continues to be an integral part of the Everglory Logistics, Inc. culture and business processes.

Since its inception in 2001, CTPAT remains a voluntary public-private sector partnership program where members work with CBP to strengthen their international supply chains and ultimately improve border security, protecting the supply chain from criminal activities such as drug trafficking, terrorism, human smuggling, and illegal contraband.

Everglory Logistics, Inc. has developed, and maintains, a multi-layered security program that is consistent with the CTPAT minimum-security criteria (MSC), and remains committed to protecting our organization and supply chain from any illegal or illicit activities.

Security is everyone's responsibility. All employees and business partners, including contractors, service providers, and visitors are educated and must comply with the company's CTPAT policies and procedures that are in place at each facility.

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