Basics of Exporting and Logistics – How to Export Goods Overseas

Basics of Exporting and Logistics - How to Export Goods Overseas

Whether you are new or experienced in exporting, there are seems to always be areas of exporting that may confuse or not be completely clear to the Exporter. For new-to-export Exporters, it could be the Incoterms between seller and buyer, what mode of shipment is best, or documentation/legal issues. For experienced Exporters, it could be a lack of understanding on how to label their cargo to meet a requirement in a country they haven’t shipped to yet, what the optimal routing is to meet their buyer’s requirements, or the best airport/seaport to ship to in order to reduce costs and tran
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Difference between CBP Form 3461 and 7501

What is the Difference between CBP Form 3461 and 7501?

If you are new to importing or an experienced importer, you will have likely come across two forms when your licensed customs house broker (CHB) has submitted your shipment to US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for customs clearance purposes. When importing your cargo into the U.S., complete information must be provided when filling out these forms in order to avoid any issues with the clearance of your goods. In most cases, your CHB will handle this entire process for you once you authorize them with a Power of Attorney (POA). But you, as the Importer of Record (IOR) are still responsible for all duties/t
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What is a Triangular Trade, Triangle Shipment or Foreign-to-Foreign Shipment and what are the Benefits?

Learn about What a triangle shipment is and how we can help you succeed

triangle-trade-example  What is a Triangular Trade, Triangle Shipment, Cross-Trade or Foreign-to-Foreign Shipment and what are the Benefits? A Triangle shipment, Triangle trade, Triangular Shipment, Triangular Trade or Foreign-to-Foreign shipment is when there are 3 countries and 3 parties involved in a transaction.  
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