Freight forwarders move cargo into the United States, but nothing is put into the hands of importers or their customers until it has been cleared by Customs and Border Protection. Customs is the “one face at the border,” the agency charged with collecting, protecting and defending the revenue of the United States government while also working on behalf of more than one hundred other federal agencies who have jurisdiction over imported cargo.
Learn from a licensed Customs broker what Customs brokerage is, the players, the forms, the security programs and the future…the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) that will be required beginning November, 2015.
Instructor: Scott Case is a licensed Customs broker with more than twenty years experience who has served on the board of directors and committees with the National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America (NCBFAA) and has spoken on this topic before a number of public, private and governmental audiences.
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