TRG identifies three important questions for importers to ask their Customs Broker.

3 Important Questions to Ask Your Customs Broker

Hiring a Customs Broker can be a very confusing process for an importer, especially if they are new to international trade. The following are three important questions to ask your Customs Broker. When participating in international trade, most companies rely on their Customs Broker to guide them through the process and help them avoid the…

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Trade Risk Guaranty provides a year-end update on the Chinese tariffs.

[Webinar] Year-End Update on the Chinese Tariffs: Section 232 & 301

Trade Risk Guaranty holds an educational webinar with their sister company, Strix, covering a year-end update on the Chinese tariffs and the G20 Leader Summit. After the G20 Leader Summit, there have been many announcements concerning the Chinese tariffs. In order to clarify the influx of information coming out, Trade Risk Guaranty hosted a webinar…

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Trade Risk Guaranty clarifies the miscellaneous tariff bill act of 2018 and what commodities are included.

What is the Miscellaneous Tariff Bill Act of 2018?

In September 2018, the Miscellaneous Tariff Bill was signed but what is it? And what is the intended purpose? The Miscellaneous Tariff Bill Act of 2018 (also referred to as MTB) was signed by President Trump on September 23, 2018. This bill removes or reduces tariffs on over 1,600 different HTSUS codes designated as raw…

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Discover the basics of Incoterms Rules and why you should know them in this educational video from Trade Risk Guaranty.

[Video] What Are Incoterms Rules?

In an educational video, Trade Risk Guaranty walks you through an introduction to the Incoterms Rules and why you need to know them for your supply chain. The topic of Incoterms can be overwhelming and confusing, but ultimately these terms define major responsibilities between the buyer and seller throughout the supply chain. So knowing which…

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What is Section 301 and what products from China are affected?

Section 301 Tariffs on Products from China

In June 2018, it was announced that an additional 25% duty will be imposed on certain goods imported from China. But what are these goods and why has this gone into effect? On June 20, 2018, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) announced that an additional 25% duty will be imposed on certain products imported from…

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Trade Risk Guaranty talks about the priority updates importers should consider with Section 232.

Section 232 Priority Updates: How It Affects Your Customs Bond

The Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum have begun to go into effect and United States importers are already feeling the effects on their Customs Bonds. If you are unsure of what to expect regarding the current administration’s new tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, do not be afraid. This new legislation is an…

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