US businesses that actively source raw materials, components, or finished goods from other countries must understand—and adhere to—the trade regulations for every country involved in their supply chain. Failure to do so can lead to fines and severe penalties.
When companies don’t comply with trade regulations, they face fines, penalties, and potentially late delivery of their goods.
Correctly classifying merchandise or products for import involves a sea of rules that govern import classifications.
These rules are often confusing and unclear, and doing this incorrectly can come at a hefty price. Binding rulings help clear up any confusion by providing classification and duty rates in advance.
The United States Government has made a serious commitment to trade security and trade compliance in the last few years.
To improve the security of international trade and enforce trade laws and regulations, the Government is taking measures to advance partnership programs and encourage more importers to participate - including sweetening the deal