Trade Risk Guaranty holds a webinar explaining the changes with Incoterms® 2020.

[Webinar] Incoterms® 2020: What’s Changed?

Trade Risk Guaranty held an educational webinar covering the changes released in Incoterms® 2020 and why these changes were made. As of September 2019, the International Chamber of Commerce released the new iteration of their Incoterms® rules: Incoterms® 2020. These updates rules will replace the previous set of rules Incoterms® 2010. To get a better…

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Trade Risk Guaranty provides an educational video answering the questions: what is bond sufficiency?

[Video] What is Bond Sufficiency?

In an educational video, Trade Risk Guaranty explains the basics of bond sufficiency and how an importer must forecast their importing when an increase is necessary.   Although U.S. Customs Bond Sufficiency has always been a focus for U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the topic has become a much bigger issue for many U.S. businesses…

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Trade Risk Guaranty explains the basics of a U.S. Customs Import Bond in a short educational video.

[Video] What is a U.S. Customs Import Bond?

Trade Risk Guaranty walks through the basics of a U.S. Customs Import Bond; what they are, who they cover, and how they work. There are many parts of the importing process that can confuse and overwhelm a business that is new to international trade. However, a U.S. Customs Import Bond is one of the most…

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Holiday Shopping and Shipping Statistics for 2019

5 Surprising Statistics About 2019 Holiday Shopping and Shipping

As the holidays draw near, both shoppers and shippers should prepare for a surge in packages – and theft that follows. Understanding these holiday shipping statistics may help you prepare as well. Have you completed your holiday shopping yet? Chances are, if you have, you’ve spent the majority of your budget online – and that…

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The Personal Computer industry has recently taken off. Most computers are now manufactured overseas in Asia.

Data and Trends: United States Personal Computer Imports

The Personal Computer industry has recently taken off. Most computers are now manufactured overseas in Asia. Over the past 20 years, we have seen the personal computer industry blow up. With increased technology and manufacturing abilities, most people in the United States now have access to a personal computer. Many of these computers come from…

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The number of imported automobiles in the U.S. has exponentially increased since the late 1950’s when cars first came across the ocean to the U.S.

Data and Trends: United States Car Imports

The number of United States car imports has exponentially increased since the late 1950’s when cars first came across the ocean to the U.S. Americans love and need their motor vehicles. Since the initial mass production of the automobile, the United States auto industry has grown to be a vital part of the economy. Because…

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