Customs City Global Solutions Inc.

Case Study: Sung Moo Kim CHB
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 speed up the process of submitting large [...]
Choosing the Right CBP ABI Software Vendor for your Business
Since the CBP requires importers to submit electronic documentation through the Automated Broker Interface, (ABI) importers need to have access to software that connects to CBP. ABI software makes it possible to file Partner Government Agency (PGA) documentation, entries, and entry summaries and can also be useful for querying ACE for other documentation such as [...]
What is D2C eCommerce?
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 them to a mattress store. Is [...]
Clear US Air eCommerce Shipments at the Click-of-a-Button | Single Platform for ACE Air eManifest (AMS Air) & Section 321 (Type 86)
Pickering, Ontario: Customs City Global Solutions Inc. today announced a new eCommerce all-in-one platform that connects customs brokers directly to CBP (Customs & Border Protection) for sending air manifest (ACE Air eManifest) and importer declaration (Section 321, Type 86) data to ABI (Automated Broker Interface).  This manifest & declaration data satisfies freight forwarder, warehouse & [...]
Black Friday and Cyber Monday Statistics for 2020
The Black Friday and Cyber Monday Weekend is always a golden opportunity especially for companies that use e-commerce technology. The very online nature of these shopping holidays which has only been reinforced this year has seen an unprecedented change in how commerce is conducted. The shopping holidays have seen the revamping of customer service, direct [...]
Upload Entry Type 86 to Clear Section 321 eCommerce Shipments
What is Section 321, Entry Type 86? Entry Type 86 under Section 321 is a voluntary entry type for electronic release and filing of eCommerce shipments which qualify for the de minimis regulations of Customs & Border Protection Agency (CBP). The de minimis provisions define goods that qualify for an Entry Type 86 as any [...]
What is CBP’s eCommerce Strategy
Background E-Commerce is one of the fastest-growing segments of the American economy and it is not showing any signs of slowing down in the near-term. According to US Customs &Border Protection (CBP), e-commerce refers to low-value (<$800) cleared under section 321 or otherwise known as Type 86.  eCommerce is defined as high volume, low-value shipments [...]
eCommerce Changes under USMCA
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 trade among the North American nations, [...]
CBP Entry Type 86 for Section 321 eCommerce Shipments
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 self-filing importer or customs broker.  A [...]