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U.S. In-Bond Overview and Updates
The in-bond process allows imported merchandise to be entered at one U.S. port of entry and transported by a bonded carrier to another U.S. port of entry. Receive a quick overview of a bonded carrier's role and responsibility. CBP is making changes and some of those changes are coming with surprises and carriers are already seeing the impact of non-compliance. (Run-Time: 43m) Watch Now
DTOPS / Transponder Update
This webinar will discuss changes that occurred in the pricing of transponders and the change that occurred effective November 28th, allowing companies to purchase single trips. This pilot has ended and is now open at all ports of entry. Learn whether this option may be beneficial to you, changes that might be needed in operations and what your driver needs to know. (Run-Time: 30m) Watch Now
Latest Customs News
Deactivation of CBP Laredo Port Codes 2381, 2394, 2395, 2399 for Cargo
The ACE Business Office, in conjunction with the Office of Field Operations, has identified port codes associated to facilities that are no longer active and will be deactivating the port codes, one Field Office at a time. The Laredo Field Office has identified four port codes to be deactivated. During the week of October 24, 2016, Port Codes 2381 (Edinburg INTL USE FEE APT), 2394 (Del Rio Cargo Control), 2395 (Eagle Pass Cartage Control), and 2399 (Laredo Cartage Control) will be deactivated. The trade will no longer be able to use these port codes on bills of lading or in-bond movements. Read More
CBSA officially opens the new and improved Sault Ste. Marie port of entry
The new facility replaces the facility built in 1962 and is more than four times the size of the old facility. The infrastructure improvements involved the complete renovation and expansion of the entire Canadian plaza, including an expansion of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) travellers’ facility, the secondary examination facilities, and better roadways. The improved facilities meet the needs of travellers, commercial services, immigration services and the wellbeing and safety of CBSA staff and clients. It is positioned to meet projected increases in traffic for many years to come. Read More
The CSA program simplifies many of the import border requirements so that low-risk shipments can be processed more quickly and efficiently at the border, saving businesses time and money.
It also allows the CBSA to better focus its resources on identifying high-risk shipments that pose a potential threat to the health, safety or economic well-being of Canadians.
CSA Program Participation
Participating carriers and registered drivers in the highway mode have the option of clearing CSA-eligible goods more quickly at the border once identification confirms that the importer, carrier and driver have been pre-approved. Read More >>