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Consulting to Your Business

Do not go it alone! We are here to be your partner – to educate, advise, and make sure all imports and exports have all the correct governmental documentation. We can assist you with legal questions and considerations as well as keeping the business in compliance.

As part of any consulting relationship between a customs broker and customer, there will be transactional information that requires confirmation for trade agreements, duty computation, and signature forms. These details can be overwhelming and costly.

Play it safe and get the expert – a licensed customs broker who understands how to prepare and keep your goods safe and secure. We will evaluate company processes and policies to streamline efficiencies for product movement.

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Reasons to Utilize a Professional Customs Brokers

Knowledge is Power and Saves Time and Dollars

Customs broker is a profession with expertise in tariff and customs laws, rules and regulations for the clearance of imported or exported goods or merchandise from customs authorities, preparation of import or export documents including computation and payment of duties, taxes and other charges accruing thereon.

Help in avoiding unnecessary costs

Rules and regulations in cross-border transactions keep changing. As experts, we understand these requirements and can work with federal agencies for various types of goods, helping you avoid costly delays, fines, confiscation of the merchandise and other penalties.

Knowing the Rules and Regulations

Trade barriers may be any government law, regulation, policy, or practice that is designed to protect domestic products from foreign competition or artificially stimulate exports of particular domestic products. The most common foreign trade barriers are government-imposed measures and policies that restrict, prevent, or impede the international exchange of goods and services.

Choosing the Right Customs Broker for Your Business

  • Choose a broker you can understand and will answer your questions
  • Choose a broker with experience in your industry or various industries
  • Choose a dedicated customs broker who is licensed and approved with years of experience
  • Choose a broker with positive references
  • Choose a broker that can handle a volume of work
  • Choose a broker who works with a dedicated contract

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US Industry News and Current Events

Four Key Requirements for a Commercial Invoice

Posted on: August 24, 2020 by Libby Kennedy

Date published: August 24, 2020 When importing a product into the United States, it’s important to avoid lengthy delays or rejections at the border. To avoid complications, importers need to ensure that their commercial invoice, which is the primary document that Customs will require before clearing a product for entry, is complete and free of […]


Understanding the Main Differences Between USMCA and NAFTA

Posted on: August 24, 2020 by Libby Kennedy

Date of publication: August 24, 2020 On July 1st, 2020, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) went into effect. It replaces the previous free trade agreement between the three countries, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and has been lauded by some as a new-and-improved version of NAFTA. Here’s what to know about USMCA and […]


The Benefits of Becoming a C-TPAT Partner

Posted on: August 24, 2020 by Libby Kennedy

Date of publication: August 24, 2020 Companies interested in combating terrorism, supporting the international supply chain, and receiving benefits like shorter wait times or a reduced number of inspections may want to consider becoming a C-TPAT partner. What is C-TPAT? The Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) is a voluntary program that is part of […]