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by Roanoke Trade
To all ATA Carnet users traveling to Turkey, please be advised that Turkish Customs has implemented a n...

by Jennifer Rome
Customs brokers and importers alike can be proactive with the management of their import bonds on goods subject to the Section 232 and 301 trade wars. Here's how: Compile a list of your import clients affected by the new tariffs Access the latest lists of tariffs subject to Section 232 or Section 301 here. Suggest your importing clients obtai...

by Roanoke Trade
Originally published on August 6th on the TIA website by Grant E. Goldsmith. Earlier this year, General Motors introduced its latest self-driving car – a car with no steering wheel or foot pedals – that’s expected to hit the streets ...

by Amanda Barlow
August 1st, is a big day in the ATA Carnet world! After much anticipation 

by Roanoke Trade
General Average: A Little-Known but Costly Risk General Average (GA) is an overlooked and poorly understood risk that has significant consequences for cargo owners with shipments that move via ocean vessel. A General Average loss includes possible damage to a shipper’s cargo, delay to the shipment, and additional costs associated specifically with a GA incident. Complicating the matte...

by Roanoke Trade
By: Matthew L. Zehner – Vice President, Surety Information & Analysis In the June 12, 2018 Federal Register, CBP’s ACAS Interim Final Rule sets forth CBP’s new regulations requiring certain information about air cargo shipments that arrive in or transit th...

by Roanoke Trade
It probably comes as no surprise that Shipper’s Interest Cargo Insurance benefits cargo owners. This policy is an effective risk management solution that transfers the risk of loss or damage to goods from the cargo owner to the insurance company. What may not be so well known is that Shipper’s Interest Cargo Insurance ...

by Roanoke Trade
Written by Jacob Fisher and Nathaniel Saylor of Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary, P.C. Internatio...

by Roanoke Trade
By: Colleen Clarke – Vice President, Surety Trade Relations As announced by the U.S. Trade Representative in

by Roanoke Trade
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced in CSMS#18-000372: UPDATE: Additional Duty on Imports of Steel and Aluminum Articles under Section 232 an update based on the President’s Proclamation on adjusting the duty and ...