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DRAWBACK

Drawback is the refund of import duties on imported merchandise that is subsequently re-exported. The drawback law is found in the Tariff Act of 1930 while the regulations can be found in Part 191 of the US Customs Regulations. There are 2 primary kinds of drawback clams :

  • Unused Merchandise Drawback

CARTAGE, INLAND DELIVERY

Cartage = delivery of merchandise by any carrier who undertakes transport goods or merchandise to the final destinations.

Inland Delivery = freight forwarder usually engage in dispatching shipments on behalf of other persons by rail to the final destination.

HEAVY/SPECIAL/OVERSIZE EQUIPMENT

We can help to move, heavy-haul, special and oversize equipment to all points in North America.

WAREHOUSING AND LOGISTICS

We tailor your warehousing and logistics needs according to your, budget, criteria, and requirements.

IMPORTER SECURITY FILING

As of January 26, 2009 all importers are responsible to file ISF (Importer Security Filing) also known as 10+2. The importers are required to provide the 10 data element to CBP 24 hours prior the container lading. T Customs provide several options on how importer can file ISF in...