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Great Way Relies on Customs City’s AMS Air and Type 86 Customs Compliance System to Improve their customs compliance process for their high-volume US eCommerce Shipments While Saving 50% In Time Spent on Labour-Intensive and Manual Tasks Summary   Client: Great Way Trading & Transportation, Inc. Challenge: To speed
Customs City’s Type 86 and ACE Air Customs Compliance System helps Sung Moo Kim CHB to Streamline Their Customs Compliance processes for high-volume US Section 321 eCommerce Shipments and Save More than 40% in Costs and Manual Tasks Summary   Client: Sung Moo Kim CHB Challenge: To streamline and
Direct-to-consumer e-commerce, usually abbreviated as D2C eCommerce an eCommerce strategy where traditional business-to-business (B2B) organizations sell directly to consumers via an eCommerce site thus cutting out middlemen such as retailers and wholesalers. For instance, mattress manufacturers can sell their products directly to families on their website instead of sending
Canada, Mexico, and the United States have agreed to modernize the quarter of a century-old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) into a 21st-century agreement. The old NAFTA agreement has now been replaced with the United States Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA). The USMCA is intended to support mutually beneficial
Entry Type 86 is a voluntary entry type for the filing and electronic release of eCommerce shipments that qualify under CBP’s de minimis (<= $800 USD).  Shipments qualifying under the CBP de mimimis are also known as Section 321 shipments. Type 86 entries have to be filed by a