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Planning an SOP for Freight Forwarding in 2024

Posted by Chris Brennan on Jan 17, 2024 3:31:00 PM

This blog post was originally published on 2/21/2022 and was updated on 1/17/2024.

Trying to ship without a freight forwarding standard operating procedure (SOP) is like trying to drive a car without starting the engine. The SOP is necessary to ensure operations between importers, freight forwarders, carriers, and other stakeholders run smoothly. 

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Topics: Freight Forwarding & Cargo Transportation, shipping comliance, freight forwarding

Benefits of Working With an NCBFAA Customs Broker

Posted by Teresa Stepan on Jun 27, 2023 6:52:10 AM
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Topics: Customs Consulting, Customs Broker

Understanding EPA Chemical Regulations (TSCA)

Posted by Teresa Stepan on Jun 14, 2023 7:43:01 AM

The EPA regulates substances that people and animals cannot consume or breathe in without risk of severe illness or death. Though this is a gross simplification, the statement illustrates how involved the EPA is in our daily lives and with our imports.

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Food and Food Contact Surfaces - What Does the FDA Regulate?

Posted by Mike Lahar on May 16, 2023 8:32:51 AM

What do cheese pizzas, closed-face sandwiches, cans, rabbits, and table salts have in common? They are all regulated by the FDA.

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Topics: Supply Chain Management, Customs Broker

What You Need to Know About the Lacey Act

Posted by Mike Lahar on Apr 13, 2023 12:07:28 PM

When it comes to importing and exporting, Customs takes their job seriously, especially regarding Lacey Act violations. Civil and criminal penalties are severe for companies that violate its terms.

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Topics: shipping comliance, trade compliance, import compliance

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