Importing for Amazon: FBA Restrictions and Regulations

Importing for Amazon: FBA Restrictions and Regulations

There are certain restrictions and regulations sellers must abide by if they wish to utilize Fulfillment By Amazon (FBA) services. Before listing products on Amazon using FBA, sellers must know what is fit for the fulfillment process. Before importing goods into the U.S. to sell on Amazon, make sure that you are familiar with the product…

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What U.S. Importers Need to Know About USMCA

What U.S. Importers Need to Know About USMCA

The United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) is an updated version of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). USMCA is due to be implemented on July 1, 2020. Over the last couple of years, the U.S. government has been working with Canada and Mexico to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Now…

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SRCC and TRIPRA What Your Insurance Covers

SRCC and TRIPRA: What Your Insurance Covers

Political unrest and terrorism continue to be a deliberate concern for many businesses. However, there are ways that businesses can mitigate their losses in these situations, specifically by adding SRCC and TRIPRA clauses to their marine cargo insurance policies. Strikes, Riots and Civil Commotion Clause (SRCC) SRCC is an insurance clause that refers to physical…

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A Guide to Cargo Insurance for Personal Protective Equipment

A Guide to Cargo Insurance for Personal Protective Equipment

Demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) has surged globally for general consumers and medical professionals alike. Many personal protective equipment suppliers are increasing the number and size of their shipments to meet demand. Typically not considered a high-risk commodity, current demand has made Personal Protective Equipment a target for pilfering, organized crime theft, and scams…

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History of the Plimsoll Line

The History of the Plimsoll Line

The Plimsoll Line is an internationally agreed-upon reference mark located on a ship’s hull that indicates the maximum depth a vessel may safely immerse when loaded with cargo. Globally, the Plimsoll line on a vessel is officially referred to as the International load line. A commercial ship is properly loaded when the ship’s waterline equals…

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Trade Risk Guaranty hosted a webinar covering the impact COVID-19 has had on international trade.

[Webinar] The Impact of COVID 19 on International Trade

In an educational webinar, Trade Risk Guaranty discussed the impact of COVID-19 on international processes around the world. As we all personally adjust to the new reality the coronavirus pandemic has brought upon us, we must also adjust our business practices to better fit the circumstances. However, with all of the news coming out around…

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