Purchasing a continuous bond that has been amended to cover ISF is going to be your most economical option.

Is a Continuous Bond Needed to Cover My ISF?

Purchasing a continuous Customs bond that has been amended to cover ISF is going to be your most economical option. If you will be importing at least two times during the course of 12 months you should apply for this bond no later than 2 weeks prior to you first shipment leaving the foreign port.

Once you decide the purchase of your continuous Customs bond on your own, TRG will notify your Customs broker of the bond information

How Does My Customs Broker Know I Placed My Own Bond?

How will my broker, or all my brokers, know that I have a new bond?

At your request, TRG will notify your broker(s) of your new continuous bond information including Bond Number, Effective Date, Surety Code, and Importer Number.

Trade Risk Guaranty provides all the information to know about the new ISF bonding requirements for low volume importers.

New ISF Bonding Requirements for Low Volume Importers

Save the date! TRG is hosting a free webinar to discuss the new bonding requirements for Importer Security Filing.

U.S. Customs Import Bond is one of the most overlooked and, TRG is here to guide importers through that process.
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How Long Does it Take to Place a US Customs Import Bond?

If you currently do not have continuous Customs bond on file and are looking to get one in place you have come to the right place. However, in order to get your bond placed in a timely manor you will need to make sure to fully complete the application so TRG can submit the application to US Customs on your behalf.

TRG has a lot of great information on international carrier bonds as well as the steps for international carrier bonds to apply.

International Carrier Bonds Are on the Rise

This bond ensures operators properly manifest all goods and passengers they carry, pay for the overtime services of Customs officers and comply with all regulations related to the clearance of their vehicles.

All commercial carriers, including Part 135 charter for hire operators, arriving directly or indirectly in the United States from foreign countries or departing the United States for foreign destination by vessel, vehicle, or aircraft, are required to have an approved International Carrier Bond on file with Customs and Border Protection. Application should be made per the following instructions prior to submission of a Customs Form 301.

Managing the risks of goods in international trade.

Managing the Risks of International Trade

Marine Cargo Insurance covers the loss, damage or theft of goods while in transit. Direct losses are only the tip of the iceberg as indirect losses are even more drastic to your company’s bottom line. Managing direct losses will help offset the effects of indirect losses.

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