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Embarking Together: “A Prosperous New Year in Logistics”

As we bid farewell to 2023 and embrace the dawn of a new year, NYC Supply Chain Solutions Inc. extends warm wishes for a joyous and prosperous 2024. In reflecting on the past year, we want to express our heartfelt gratitude for your continued trust and partnership. It has been our pleasure to serve you […]

Periodic Monthly Statement (PMS) Dates for 2024

Filers who are approved to participate in the Periodic Monthly Statement (PMS) can pay duties for shipments entered or released during the previous calendar month. For 2024, those dates are available for reference in the attached file  Periodic Monthly Statements (PMS) Dates for 2024  Month Statement Dates 11th Workday Statement Dates 15th Workday January 01/17/2024 […]

USTR Extends Exclusions from China Section 301 Tariffs

The Office of the United States Trade Representative today announced the further extension through May 31, 2024, of the reinstated and COVID-related exclusions in the China Section 301 Investigation.  The exclusions were previously scheduled to expire on December 31, 2023.  USTR announced the opening of a docket for public comments on existing exclusions on January […]

Customs Broker Triennial Status Report and Fee Submission Begins December 18, 2023

A status report and fee must be submitted by each entity holding a valid broker’s license (not revoked or canceled) issued any time prior to the 2024 calendar year, whether it may be a license for a corporation, limited liability company, partnership, association, or individual.  An individually licensed Customs broker who forms a corporation, limited […]

How Are Customs Bonds Calculated?

A Customs bond is a legal contract between a principal (importer or shipper), a Surety company, and CBP that guarantees the importer complies with Customs regulations and that CBP is paid for applicable import duties, taxes, fines, and penalties. Bonds are required for almost all formal CBP entries and may be required for some informal […]

USTR Extending All Existing Section 301 Exclusions

The U.S. Trade Representative has determined to extend all exclusions previously extended under heading 9903.88.67 and U.S. notes 20(ttt)(i), 20(ttt)(ii), 20(ttt)(iii), and 20(ttt)(iv) to subchapter III of chapter 99 of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States (HTSUS). See 87 FR 78187 (December 21, 2022). The extension is effective with respect to goods entered […]

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