As an importer, the onus is on you to be aware of the regulations that apply to your products. This includes those set by Partner Government Agencies (PGAs).
Elevated freight rates, skyrocketing inflation, and the war in Ukraine are drastically increasing the cost of goods and disrupting global supply chains.
Freight management involves more than moving goods from point A to point B. When done right, it maximizes a company’s efficiency and improves its bottom line. When done poorly, it can lead to delayed goods, dissatisfied customers, and unexpected costs.
News headlines hardly noticed when President Biden signed Proclamation 10326 to modify the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS) in December 2021. But it represented a major step for international trade.
A freight forwarder is worth considering when shipping globally on a large scale. They help transport goods where they need to go, on time and within budget. If you already understand how critical a freight forwarder is for your business, it’s important to take stock of whether or not your current partner is getting the job done right.