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    Importing into the U.S.: Documents You’ll Need

    Posted by Jerrod Nutt on Sep 22, 2022 7:03:20 AM
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    Topics: compliance, import compliance

    Customs Compliance: An Overview of Partner Government Agencies (PGAs)

    Posted by Richard Lafontaine on Apr 13, 2022 8:00:07 AM

    Importing into the U.S. involves a long list of tasks and careful considerations. There’s no worse scenario than thinking you’ve dotted all your Is and crossed all your Ts, only to realize you overlooked a PGA regulation and your shipment cannot get through Customs. 

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    Topics: International Trade Compliance & Enforcement, compliance, trade compliance, import compliance, shipping compliance

    Incoterms® Every Shipper Must Know

    Posted by Matt Parrott on Jan 13, 2021 9:30:14 AM
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    Topics: Incoterms, incoterms 2020, import compliance

    DAP: Freight Terms Importers Should Know

    Posted by Chris Brennan on Sep 2, 2020 7:12:42 AM

    Importing and exporting carries risks, but who bears those risks depends on the chosen Incoterm.  

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    Topics: Supply Chain Management, Incoterms, incoterms 2020, import compliance

    Beyond the Dollar: How to Compare Customs Brokers

    Posted by Tammy Flanders Hetrick on Dec 17, 2019 3:12:59 PM

    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.

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    Topics: trade compliance, import compliance, Customs Broker, Brokerage

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