Ten days from Christmas, the peak US shipping season shows little sign of peaking. Freight volumes are putting upward pressure on truck and intermodal pricing in what could be the strongest year-end shipping denouement since the 2008 to 2009 recession. Additional detail as in the Journal of Commerce: https://www.joc.com/trucking-logistics/no-break-seen-us-transport-pricing-pressure_20171215.html This document is CONFIDENTIAL and contains… Read more : No Break Seen in U.S. Transport Pricing Pressure
On December 13, Bill C-23: An Act respecting preclearance of person and goods in Canada and the United States received Royal Assent. Once enabling regulations are in place, Canada and the United States can ratify the Agreement and start expanding preclearance operations to other modes of transportation – land, rail and marine – in addition… Read more : Royal Assent Provided to Bill C-23, Preclearance Operations with the U.S.
Shippers will enter 2018 once again having to contend with the changing service offerings as the alliances restructure or adjust their networks to cope with the huge amount of tonnage flooding in to the market. Additional detail as in the Journal of Commerce: https://www.joc.com/maritime-news/shippers-face-post-chinese-new-year-changes_20171218.html This document is CONFIDENTIAL and contains PROPRIETARY information. It is solely… Read more : Shippers Face Post-Lunar New Year Changes
Please be reminded that if a goods returned claim is made under tariff 9801 for duty free treatment, the Importer of Record has the responsibility to provide certain documentation if requested by U.S. Customs to support the claim. This includes Foreign Shippers Declaration and Affidavit of Manufacture where applicable. Failure to provide documentation can lead… Read more : Requirements for Subheading 9801.00.10 – U.S. and Foreign Goods Returned Duty Free Claim
Any 2017 blanket period NAFTA Certificates on file will expire at the end of the year. Please forward via email any 2018 NAFTA Certificates of Origin to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com or your Trans American Personal Account Manager. To make a claim for NAFTA duty free preference, the Importer must possess a Certificate of Origin at… Read more : North American Free Trade Agreement Certificates of Origin 2018 Renewals