5 tips for best practices for recordkeeping during importing.

Import/Export Recordkeeping Best Practices by Mike Laden

TRG attended another successful event hosted by the International Compliance Professionals Association (ICPA) this past March. With educational sessions ranging from the Pros and Cons of Direct-filing to Understanding Incoterms, attendees were buzzing about the depth of knowledge presented at this conference. Mike Laden of TRG Direct presented Import/Export Recordkeeping Best Practices.

Trade Risk Guaranty has opted to continue to only provide the amended Continuous bonds for Importer Security Filing (ISF).

TRG Provides Continuous Customs Bonds for Importer Security Filing

TRG’s Customs bond division has opted to continue to only provide the amended Continuous bonds for Importer Security Filing. Customs and Border Protection allows for ISFs to be secured by single entry or continuous bonds.

Top 5 to do list for international trade community.

The International Trade Professional’s Top 5 To Do List for 2010

Print this out, keep it in sight and let the check off begin…

□ Take Initiative: Apply for your C-TPAT membership. Not only will your company receive numerous benefits from a C-TPAT membership, but it will increase the value of your relationship with U.S. Customs. If you are interested in learning more about applying, visit CBP’s website.

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.

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