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Air vs. Sea Freight Forwarding: Navigating the Best Route with Everglory Logistics

16Jan, 2024

Air vs. Sea Freight Forwarding: Navigating the Best Route with Everglory Logistics




In today’s fast-paced world of international trade and commerce, choosing the right freight forwarding method is crucial. Knowing the difference in the distinct air and sea freight forwarding areas, and how each has a critical role to play in your logistics plan, requires exploring their pros and cons. Everglory Logistics, a leader in logistics solutions,… Read more »


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3Nov, 2020

Eastbound Transpacific Congestion: What, why and how much longer




The congestion that shippers are experiencing right now on the eastbound transpacific is a direct consequence of actions taken by the steamship lines throughout 2020 as they tried to manage demand and capacity through the pandemic. Unfortunately for both shippers and those same carriers, the situation has reached a critical mass that is impacting importers… Read more »


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17Mar, 2020

US pushes back on counterfeit goods and stolen intellectual property




Counterfeit goods and stolen intellectual property are huge concerns in the supply chain market as e-commerce continues to expand at a breakneck pace. Because of these concerns, President Trump signed an executive order January 31st to crack down on counterfeit goods and intellectual property theft by implementing a set of criteria for customs brokers to… Read more »


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18Dec, 2019

US and China reach phase one agreement!




After almost two years of ever-increasing tariff negotiations, the US and China have come to a preliminary “phase one” bilateral trade agreement. Key points of the agreement include agricultural exports from the US to China, intellectual property securities and both a reduction of current tariffs on the first three tranches of duties and a cancellation… Read more »


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11Sep, 2019

Tariffs on Chinese imports




UPDATE 12.SEPT.2019 In what many hope are signs of a deescalation of the current trade war, China released a list of exemptions for their current tariffs against US imports. Fish meal, alfalfa, and lubrication oil are among the products listed for exemptions on the 25% tariffs imposed by China last year. In what he’s calling… Read more »


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30Nov, 2018

Tariffs on third annex from China jump from 10% to 25% on January 1, 2019




We have covered in multiple posts the additional duties that have been placed on steel, aluminum and solar panels from countries around the world, as well as the three separate lists of goods only from China. The first two lists were proposed and implemented with duty rates of 25%. The third list which contains far… Read more »


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20Sep, 2018

New tariffs on Chinese imports have been announced




Effective September 24, a third set of tariffs will go into effect on $200 billion of Chinese imports. Initially the tariffs will be set at 10% through the end of the year and will rise to 25% on January 1, 2019. While 6,031 tariff lines were initially proposed, the negotiation period saw the removal of… Read more »


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4Sep, 2018

Cherry tariffs lead to USDA farm aid




The US Pacific Northwest supplies 80% of domestic cherry sales and 11% of the cherries imported in China. Roughly one-third of all US grown cherries are exported overseas and accounted for $679 million in 2017. Tariffs on cherries in 2017 were 10% but after an escalating trade war with China, the tariffs hit 50% this… Read more »


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18Jun, 2018

US / China Trade Update – Where are we now?




On Friday, June 15th, the United States Trade Representative announced that the U.S. was moving ahead with imposing a 25% duty on list of a little over 800 different harmonized tariff items from China. Customs and Border Protection will begin collecting these duties for goods entered or withdrawn beginning July 6, 2018. Following a comment… Read more »


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21Aug, 2017

A quick guide to commercial invoices




The commercial invoice (CI) is the record of a sales transaction and a crucial part of any import/export shipment. In a transaction, these documents record the buyer and seller’s information, detailed descriptions and quantities, trade terms, price, reference marks regarding the packaging and contents, payment arrangements, and the signature of the exporter that are agreed… 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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