If you are regularly importing merchandise into the U.S., you probably know from experience that doing so with a Single-Entry Bond instead of a continuous bond is a pain point that costs you time and money.
To import cargo into the U.S., you will traverse a somewhat complicated process to pass customs clearance. Let us look at the most important ways to get customs clearance.
Although Ever Given ship has reportedly been refloated, the Suez Canal blockage is expected to cause a massive shipping disruption that may last months, especially since some experts claim that re-floating was the easy part.
Importers are often concerned about U.S. tariffs; after all, they’re a hot topic in all current media. But what does it entail, and how does it impact your imports? Is it the bogeyman waiting to eat up your profits before your goods have even touched the shores? Let’s find out.
Global trade agreements – be they multilateral or more regional and local, date back to Ancient Egypt (around 3100 B.C.). Over the centuries, some deals were achieved through peaceful negotiation, while others through violent military crusades and conquests