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ITC Rules on Chinese Subsidized Plywood on ADD/CVD

Friday, December 8th, 2017

Plywood

Tariffs Raised By 200 Percent On Some Imports

After failing to get tariffs in place for Chinese plywood twice before, the newest ruling by the International Trade Commission (ITC) is that the domestic industry is materially injured, or threatened with material injury, by reason of these dumped and subsidized imports.

Read the full article here by The Woodworking Network, dated December 1, 2017.

Visit ITC’s website here to see the current and completed anti-dumping or countervailing (ADD/CVD) investigations.

Using CustomsNow’s ITM solution, filers can maintain all part or  SKU entry data fields, including ADD/CVD duty information.  By sharing this detailed part file information with the broker or using internally when self-filing, a high level of compliance with off CBP regulations, including ADD/CVD, can be achieved.

2018 Customs Broker Triennial Status Report and Fee Submission Begins Dec. 15

Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017

CBP-logo-1Customs Brokers… don’t forget!

 

The submission period for the 2018 CBP Triennial Status Report and fee for all licensed Customs brokers opens Dec. 15, 2017, and runs through Feb. 28, 2018.

The deadline for submitting the 2018 triennial status report and fee is Feb. 28, 2018, at 11:59 p.m. (EST).

Over 14,000 active U.S. Customs brokers can pay electronically through Pay.gov with a credit card, debit card, and digital wallet payments, e.g., PayPal and Amazon Pay. No additional fees are charged for any payments, and receipts are provided electronically. CBP encourages brokers to submit fees electronically via Pay.gov; however, a paper status report and payment may be submitted to the port that originally delivered the license.

Licensed Customs brokers must include an employee list, if applicable, with each status report submitted to CBP in accordance with 19 CFR 111.28(b). In addition, each individually licensed broker must state whether or not he/she still meets the applicable requirements of 19 CFR 111.11 and 111.19 and has not engaged in any conduct that could constitute grounds for suspension or revocation under section 111.53. Broker employee lists and any additional detail can be submitted as a PDF file attachment to the Pay.gov online form.

Click here to learn more about filing options and requirements for the 2018 Triennial submission.