TRG Customs Bond Holders Receive ISF Vendor Materials

TRG has created a set of ISF templates and educational powerpoints for Customs bond holders and direct filers to send to their overseas vendors.

Importer Security Filing (ISF) Bond

Do hold one the continuous customs bonds required to file your ISF? Most likely you have in place the bond needed to cover the ISF, unless you are importing using single entry bonds.

Are Your Goods Subject to FDA?

Almost all food products imported into the U.S. are subject to review by the FDA. The decision to inspect the goods is based on:

Nature of the Product,
FDA Priorities,
Past History of the Commodity.

Does a Customs Bond Renewal Occur Every Year?

You can purchase a customs bond through TRG and pay for a multi-year term. Many importer don’t know that a continuous import bond, is actually continuous with US Customs. The reason they believe this is because the Surety has an annual billing process. Contact TRG for more information 800-685-6082.

Anti-Dumping & Countervailing Duty: Research By Josh Froberg of TRG

Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duties are duties that are levied by US Customs in ord

Anti-Dumping & Counterveiling Duty Research by Josh Froberger to level the playing field. This is considered a “Priority Trade Issue” and is meant to allow fair trade and deter unfair trade. Dumping is defined as selling at a price below fair value, and Countervailing is defined as a foreign government subsidizing its industry that exports to the United States. There is an extensive process in the investigation, reviewing and enforcement of Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duties.

What’s a Customs Drawback Bond?

What is an activity code 1a – Drawack Payment Refunds Bond?

This bond allows an importer to obtain a refund of 99% of the duties paid on importer goods upon providing proof these goods were exported.

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