Duty drawback can benefit companies when a drawback claimant adheres to all requirements. This means the claimant pays careful attention to detail, keeps accurate records, and follows procedural standards set by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
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).
Importers might aptly view a Customs broker as a trusted partner for Customs entry filing, but a broker’s job is also to help safeguard importers against delays, fines, and penalties due to errors or regulatory violations.