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PH:  (718) 717-2680 (NY #)
PH:  (305) 831-4800 (FL #)
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Disclaimer Terms & Conditions (click here)
Dale Dong Young Park, dba A Plus Customs Broker (Filer Code AEF)

(All our website is for Reference use only)
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All our service is Arrangements only)
ISF 10+2 (Importer Security Filing)
www.cbp.gov/linkhandler/cgov/trade/cargo_secur
List US Ports  
http://cbp.gov/xp/cgov/toolbox/contacts/ports/
click above link, Click on the State, Than a City

Ocean Freight Forwarder: Federal Maritime Commission (FMC)
http://www2.fmc.gov/oti/OTIList_NVO_TradeNames.aspx

Air Forwarders by Air Forwarders Association
http://www.airforwarders.org/?page_id=380

Filing a Complaint about Freight Forwarder
http://www.fmc.gov/filing_a_complaint.aspx


Please Click: Color (Blue/Red/Purple) on our website for details

We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone at anytime
.
All costs are clearly displayed so that there are no surprises.  USCustomsClearing.com is Unlike other Custom Brokers, other Customs Broker fees are always mysteries
and only time they would answer is if you asked the right questions.

Customs Clearing fees and US customs fees for all shipment: (click on all Blue / Colors for details)
1. Entry Filing = $150                                     
2. Service fee (Any US Ports) = $25              
3. US Customs Duty & Tax (IF any)  HTC/HTS/Harmonized-Tariff-Code search (click here)  OR  call & email US Customs Import Specialist (click here) (Government Fees)
4. Harbor Maintenance Fee (HMF)  ( .001250 X your invoice value) (ONLY-for-Sea-Ocean shipment) (Government Fees)
5. Merchandise Processing Fee (MPF) ( .003464 X your invoice value) (min of $25 and max of $485) (Government Fees)
6. FDA, EPA/DOT, USDA, Lacey-Act, other agencies & after 2 Classification of HTC/HTS (IF any + $40 messenger fee) ($10 - $50 per items/lines) (Government/our Fees)
7. X-Ray inspection / Intense Examination / VACIS / NII / Tailgate / IBET / CET / A-TCET / MET / EAN,  & Etc. (IF any), + $40 exam for processing fee (IF any) (Government Fees)
8. Service Agreement (Click Here) (IF any) & Single Entry Bond Fees (Click Here) (IF any) or Continuous Bond (click here) (IF any)
9. Or if have a Continuous Bond or Single Entry Bond please email us a the copy of Bond, before your entry is filed with US Customs.

                                                                                                                   
10. After Customs Clearing is done: Our Payment Term,  Pick-up yourself,  Trucking arrangement,  your US Freight Forwarder agent,  &  your Warehouse .
.     Please pay all your vendor directly (ASAP), to AVOID Our $30 Reimbursement Service Fees (CLICK HERE).  

11. Above are only for LCL shipment.    IF your shipment is FULL container  &/or  AIR shipment, Entry Filing = $199   +Service fee (Any US Ports) = $50    +above #3-10
Form's from US Customs, FDA, USDA, EPA & other Agency:  Importers/Consignee are responsible for all fees (click here), US Laws & International Laws (www.cbp.gov)   
1. ACH Debit Applications with US Customs (CBP) for Duty/Tax (click here)  MUST have your own Continuous Bond for ACH.  (click here) to apply Continuous Import Bond
.   ONLY IF, your shipment is Cleared at Long Beach/Los Angeles, you could make beneficiary to US Custom/CBP for duty/tax, HMF & MPF,  and other to US Customs Clearing
.   Both original beneficiary payment MUST be Over-Night to us.  Other then Long Beach/Los Angeles, all beneficiary MUST to US Customs Clearing ONLY.
2. Textile & Apparel VISA and Quota Requirements, Importing from China & other Countries (click here)  
3. CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) Notice Detention CBP Form 329-A samples (click here)
4. CBP 7501 form (Entry Summary) (click here) & CBP 3461 Form (Entry/Immediate Delivery) (click here) and Deliver Order (Pick-up Order) (click here)
5. CBP form 4790 ( Transporting Money/Currency)  (click here)     /  CBP form 105 ( Transporting Money/Currency)  (click here)
6. CBP (US Customs & Import  Requirements, Guide for Commercial Importers (click here)
7. USDA Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) Application for Permit (click here)
8. USDA Emergency Action Notification sample (click here), CBP Form 3499 (click here), CBP Form 7512 (click here)
9. USDA Fumigation Certificate Sample (click here), Chinese Fumigation Certificate Sample (click here)
10. USDA Register Certificate Sample (click here).  Simple Hand-Carry gone wrong (click here)
11. UDSA Dairy Import Program License Application and Administration (click here) & file FDA, also most are QUOTA ENTRY
12. To check if your are importing Anti Dumping (ADD) items &/or Countervailing (CVD) items (click here) or call US Customs (click here)
13. FDA: New Drug Application Forms & Submission Requirements (click here)
14. FDA: To Import any Food related Your Factory MUST be register "'Registration of Food Facilities Step-by-Step Instructions (click here)
15. FDA: Medical Devices Topics (click here)    510(k) Screening Checklist (click here)
16. To import any Motor Vehicle:  Parts / Classic /  Antique Vehicles / cars / Off-Road / ATV's / Snowmobiles / Motorcycle & Etc. (click here)
17. Importing a Motor Vehicle by CBP (click here)
18. EPA Form 3520-1 / 3520-21 (click here)   &  DOT Form HS7 (click here) OR CBP (click here) : Importing Car or Vehicle
19. EPA / CBP / DOT: Permanently importing a motorcycle (click here)
21. EPA (form 3501) Notice of Arrival of Pesticides & Devices / Motor Vehicles Equipment (click here)
22. EPA certification (Sample) (click here)
23. Exporting a Motor Vehicle (click here)
24. DOT Declaration (Importation of Motor Vehicles & Motor Vehicle Equipment Subject / Federal Motor Vehicle Safety) (click here)  
25. CBP all other forms (click here)  
26. Regulatory Procedures Manual -August 2012 Chapter 9 Import Operations And Actions (click here)
27. Canada Customs Broker list (click here)
28. Application for Explosives License or Permit (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives / BATF) (click here)
29. Look-up: If your are importing Anti Dumping (ADD)  and/or Countervailing (CVD) items (click here)
30. US Department of Transportation Pipeline & Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) (click here)
.       a. Sample Cover Letter Fireworks (EX)  - APA Standard 87-1 request transportation approval and classification (PHMSA) (click here)
.       b. Sample Cover Letter Fireworks (EX)  - APA Standard 87-1 Approval  Application (PHMSA) (click here)
31. If you are importing Aluminum Windows (click here)
32. To register as C-TPAT (click here)   or   (click here)   or  (click here) Front of the Line privileges & other BENEFITS (look page 2 & 3)
Notes:
1. Customs Clearing Power of Attorney (POA) (click here) + Scan copy: signer of POA Driver Licence OR Passport OR Green Card OR Etc.
2. IF you're importing FDA/USDA/ATF/TTB/DOT/EPA/(Fumigation Report) &/or other relating government agency items/products, MUST filed Prior Notice. Contact us ASAP
3. Ask your supplier to do  Telex Release on your shipment, BUT if you do received an OBL (Original-Bill-of-Lading) Sign it & Mail the OBL to your US Freight Forwarder
4. All US Customs/Our Fees are Estimate, US Customs/We reserve the rights to amend any fees anytime, anywhere.
5. As for shipping, it may be cheaper to use your suppler (Third world countries) labor & ship it to US Port. (click here) for shipping
.   glossary, after your shipment is in US Port we could help you with Trucking Arrangement, Customs Clearing & other services
6. Details about US Customs & Import  requirements (click here) & A Guide for Commercial Importers by CBP (click here)
7. By US Customs (CBP) Prohibited and Restricted Items (click here)  If you received a EXAM notice (CLICK HERE)
8. BEFORE Customs Clearing document could be release to you or to anyone, Customs Clearing invoice & ISF fees MUST be Pre-paid.
9. Any shipment coming in to US,  It MUST be have Fumigation Certificate/Report, otherwise US Customs will issue Emergency Action Notifications and
.   ordered the importers to fumigate the containers (Fumigating an container in US could cost $100s & $1,000's & other fees & delaying your shipment
.   being release from US Customs). For more details (click here) & (click here) & (click here)
10. As your Customs Clearing Agent, we will be invoice you  ISF Filing related fees  &  Customs Clearing related fees,   BUT you may be also paying, US
.     Customs Bonded Warehouse/Container Freight Station Warehouse fees (CFS Warehouse fees), Trucking Arrangement fees, Ocean/Air Fright Forwarder
.     fees (Freight Release fee), US Sea Port fees/US Airport fees, EXAMS fees, US Customs & Other Government Agencies and other private agencies fees,
.     who are involved with your shipment(s), all are SEPARATE charges.
11. All our service arrangement (ISF filing/customs clearing/trucking & ETC.) is/are NO pro-rate &  NO refunds on any payments. All Premiums/fees Fully Earned  
12. To AVOID Our reimbursement Service Fees (CLICK HERE).  We are NOT payment center for all your Vendors, we are here to clear you shipment with US Customs
13. BEFORE you import, double check your HTC/HTS/Harmonized-Tariff-Code (Duty/Tax) classifications &   Anti Dumping Duties (ADD)  &  Countervailing Duty (CVD)
.      Importers are responsible for the all HTC/HTS classifications of their own goods. Our classification on customs entries Filing & ISF filing are ADVISORY & NOT binding
14. Importers/Exporter are responsible for all fees (click here), US Laws/International Laws (www.cbp.gov)  CBP Action WithOUT Notification BackDated Duty/Tax (click here)
15. IF Importer/consignee shipment is detained/hold by US Customs/CBP &/or any other US Government Agencies, there is be NO pro-rate &  NO refunds & NO cancellation
16. Normally on SEA LCL International shipping: As importer, they are 8 party involved with 7 payments:  you/importer,    your factory/supplier payments, .    
.      your foreign freight forwarder payment,    your US freight agent / freight forwarder / Carrier payment,    your Customs Clearing Agent payment,   ISF Filing Agent (SEA
.      Shipment ONLY),  your CFS warehouse payment/LCL SEA shipment   &  Domestic trucking arrange payment or Pick-up your shipment yourself.
17. Normally on SEA Full Container International shipping: As importer, they are 8 party involved with 7 payments:  you/importer,   your factory/supplier payments, .    
.      your foreign freight forwarder payment,     your US freight agent / freight forwarder / Carrier payment,     your Customs Clearing Agent payment,   ISF Filing Agent (SEA
.      Shipment ONLY),   your Sea Terminal Port payment/FULL Container  &  Domestic trucking arrange payment or Pick-up your shipment yourself.
18. Normally on AIR International shipping: As importer, they are 8 party involved with 7 payments:  you/importer,  your factory/supplier payments,
. .    your foreign freight forwarder payment,   your US freight agent / freight forwarder / Carrier payment,   your Customs Clearing Agent payment,
.      your Airport Terminal Port payment   &   Domestic trucking arrange payment or Pick-up your shipment yourself.
19. Importing Solar Panels from China (click here)   (Anti Dumping (ADD) 255% - 287% of duty/tax)   
20.
Pay your duty/tax & etc., on-time (ASAP),   if NOT, US Customs issues Penalty/Fines (click here) for sample.
EXPORT.gov
1
. Export: Schedule B and HS Number (click here)
2. Common Export Documents (click here)
3. Export International Logistics (click here)
4. Export to China, Hardwood Forest Products (click here)
5. Export processing (click here)
6. Export Enforcement - Bureau of Industry and Security(BIS) (click here)
" E " Customs Clearing . com
FREE ISF Filing with Customs Clearing for $80.   


1. Just email us ISF info & email us below info, within 3-4 hours you will be receiving ISF Transaction# (Confirmation#) with 3 pages of ISF report.
.   a. SCANNED-email Consignee Power of Attorney (POA) (click here)
.   b. SCANNED-email Consignee Continuous Import Bond  OR  Single ISF Bond.
.   c. SCANNED-email Consignee copy of Driver Licence  OR  Business utility bill / Business License / Business Card / website / IRS 147C/Tax Return /  any other info/I.D  (type 1)
.   d. IF Consignee shipment is personal USED items/Household USED, SCANNED-email: PassPort,  Visa,  (click here) &  fill-out  supplemental  declaration  CF  3299. (type 3)

IF Consignee NEED:
.   a. IF your Consignee needs Single ISF Bond = $30
.   b. IF your Consignee needs Continuous Import Bond = $450 (click here).
.   c. IF your Consignee needs to file LATE ISF with his/her Continuous Import Bond = $40
.   d. IF your Consignee needs LATE ISF Filing (40) + to Apply Continuous Bond (450) = $490
.   e. RE-filing ISF = $25




2. Customs Entry filing: Five (5) days before Sea/Ocean shipment is in US Port, please email all copies of documents: (Sea Arrival Notice, proforma Invoice,  Packing-list,
.   Bill-of-Lading / BL, ISF Form) + HTC code,   + Photos-Picture-of-Import-items  +Fumigation-Certificate/Report (if any)  +Country-of-Origin(notice sample), if any  +Materials
.   that is made out of, on all doc's,  IF Fabric/Textile, Must have% (ie: cotton%,  woven%,  nylon%  &  etc.) & HTC code  + Photo-pictures of Labels/Marks/Stamp, out-side of the
.   Boxes / Crates  / Shipment. &  other related documents to your shipment (if any).  IF shipment is by AIR, please email Air-Way-Bill/AWB  & other documents ASAP.  

Customs Clearing fees and US customs fees for all shipment:
.   a. Entry Filing = $80                                 
.   b. Out-Port Filing (Any US Ports) = $0              
.   c. US Customs Duty & Tax (IF any)  HTC/HTS/Harmonized-Tariff-Code search (click here)  OR  call & email US Customs Import Specialist (click here) (Government Fees)
.   d. Harbor Maintenance Fee (HMF)  ( .001250 X your invoice value) (ONLY-Sea-Ocean shipment)
.   e. Merchandise Processing Fee (MPF) ( .003464 X your invoice value) (min of $25 and max of $485)
.    f.. FDA, EPA/DOT, USDA, Lacey-Act, other agencies & after 2 Classification of HTC/HTS (IF any + $40 messenger fee) ($5 per items/lines)
.   g. X-Ray inspection / Intense Examination / VACIS / NII / Tailgate / IBET / CET / A-TCET / MET / EAN,  & Etc. (IF any), + $40 exam for processing fee (IF any)
.   h. Single Entry Bond Fees (Click Here) (IF any)  or  SUBJECT-to Single Entry Bond (IF any)   or  Continuous Bond (click here) (IF any)
.    i. Or if have a Continuous Bond or Single Entry Bond please email us a the copy of Bond, before your entry is filed with US Customs.

                                                                     
.   j. After Customs Clearing is done: Our Payment Term,  Consignee pick-up shipment,  Trucking arrangement   &  your Warehouse .
.      Please have your Consignee pay all his vendors directly (ASAP), to AVOID Our $50 Reimbursement Service Fees (CLICK HERE).  
.      RE-filing Entry & Cancelling first entry = $80  +above b-i


3.  Hand-Carrying the items/shipment in to US Airport that needs Customs Clearing (On-Site & Remotely) + Photos-of-Import-items & etc. )


4. Payments:
.   a. All fee MUST be pre-paid, before we could release 7501, 3461, DO & ABI report.
.   b. Forwarder could pay with personal/company check or wire. MUST Cleared with our bank/account office.
1. Just forward all your documents that you received from your supplier(s) / Factory / Freight-Forwarder / Shipping-company  
.   a.  Sea/Ocean shipment ( Invoice,  Packing-list,   Bill-of-lading (BL) / Original-Bill-of-Lading,  ISF Form,   Sea-Arrival-Notice,  + Photos-of-Import-items & etc. )
.     b.  Air shipment   ( Invoice,   Packing-list,  Air-Way-Bill (AWB)   + Photos-of-Import-items & etc. )
.     c.  International Trucking / Rail shipment ( Invoice,   Packing-list,  Bill-of-lading / BL,  Country-of-Origin + Photos-of-Import-items & etc. ) (Mexico/Canada)
.   d.  Hand-Carrying the items/shipment in to US Airport that needs Customs Clearing (On-Site & Remotely) + Photos-of-Import-items & etc. )

2. Also, to clear your shipment more Quicker!!!, email us your Driver Licence  or  Pass-Port  or other ID  or  website  or  social site  or  business licence  or  any other info.    
.   that may help CBP/US-Customs/us to identify who you are. We may need these extra info.  

3. Sea/Ocean Shipment(s): Contact us 6 or 7 days before your shipment is in a US Port with Arrival Notice or with-OUT Arrival Notice.
.      6-7 days before your shipment is in a US Port your freight forwarder / supplier / vessel / carrier will be Contacting you with Arrival Notice.
.     We can clear your shipment 5 days Before your Shipment is in a US Port

4. Air  &  International Trucking / Rail  &  Hand-Carrying: please contact us ASAP with the documents that you received from your supplier(s) / Factory / Freight-Forwarder
We also offer TRUCKING service arrangement:  Info@iTruckingService.com  or  (310-933-5444).  We are License by FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration)
.     a. Please email us Delivery/Receiver of Company name, Full Address, Contact Name, Phone#, Email & Driver Licenses.
.     b. IF delivery address is HOME/HOUSE/APARTMENT (RESIDENTIAL)   or   BUSINESS with unloading dock   OR  Business with-OUT unloading dock???.
,     c.  Please email Pick-up location: Company name,  Full Address,  Contact Name,  Phone#  &  Email.
.     d. IF any, email us Pick Up Order & Bill of Lading.(Delivery Order/DAD/ DO)


ALL Trucking Broker MUST be License by FMCSA (MAP-21) October 1, 2013,   BUT, IF you are NOT License by FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration):
Brokering Domestic freight/property/cargo/container with-OUT a Domestic Broker Authority License from FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration):
Civil penalties up to
$10,000 per violation and unlimited liability for payments to “injured parties.” Payment LIABILITY is not just borne by the legal entity, but also applies to individual
officers, directors and principals.  IF involving damage (death, serious illness, severe injury) &/or substantial destruction of property up-to $175,000 AND Federal criminal violations
punishable under 18 U.S.C. 1001 by
imprisonment up to 5 years for each offense.  After BL is terminated at final location & if any you had communicate about trucking arrangement
&/or you have receive truck brokering money/funds from consignee you are/could be LIABLE, if there is any damage is done while your carrier/trucker is delivering the consignee  
freight/property/cargo/container,  we suggest you to give our email to your consignee & let us relieve your liability. Penalties Assessed by FMCSA. / click here.
Property Broker (License) aka Trucking Broker,  
Freight/Property/Cargo/Container/Trucking Broker/Brokering Arranger, Over the road (OTR) Truck arrangement.

To apply your own Truck Broker License (click here)



To apply your own Property Broker License with
FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) (click here & fill-out the form)  or  (click here & fill-out on-line)
,  1.
US Department of Transportation (USDOT#)  &  have your Motor Carrier (MC#)  
.  2. We can register with All Federal Agencies:  BOC3 Process with all 50 state,
.  3.
Unified Carrier Registration Agreement (UCRA) Register with your state,
.  4. ALL WITHIN 24 hrs.  $750-$950 Included all Federal Fees for year

FMCSA Broker Authority BOND:
.  1.
BMC-84 Bond  $75,000 = $967 with your good Credit & 3 years of experience, and your Personal Guarantee / Indemnity.  (click here) to apply   
.  2. BMC-84 Bond  $75,000 = $4500 with NO personal guarantee / NO Indemnity / NO contract, NO Liability, good credit / BAD credit. (click here) to apply.


After your Bond has expired & need Reinstatement
FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) :
.  1. Reinstatement of Bonded with FMCSA = $250
.  2. Reinstatement of
UCRA for your state = $250
.  3. Reinstatement of BOC3 Process with all 50 state = $150
.  4. + FMCSA Bond

Annual Property Broker License fee:
.  1. FMCSA Bond
.  2.
UCRA for your state = $145
.  3. Reinstatement of BOC3 Process with all 50 state = $45


www.Your.TRUCK.website.com  with  @your.own.COMPANY.email.com : (click here) or (310-Web-site).
.  1. One time set-up fee =$500
.  2. Monthly maintenance fee = $99
.  3. Unlimited up-load on to your website. (www.Your.TRUCK.website.com)
.  4. Up-to 1000 individual email.   ( @your.own.COMPANY.email.com)
.  5. Up-to 1000 web pages.
.  6. Log-in from any computer
.  7. 100's disclaimer & Free up-dates
.  8. Pre-made emails to all your customer.


If you need a NVOCC or OFF website with  @your.own.COMPANY.email.com: (click here) or (310-Web-site).
.  1. One time set-up fee =$500
.  2. Monthly maintenance fee = $99
.  3. Unlimited up-load on to your website. (www.Your.TRUCK.website.com)
.  4. Up-to 1000 individual email.   ( @your.own.COMPANY.email.com)
.  5. Up-to 1000 web pages.
.  6. Log-in from any computer
.  7. 100's disclaimer & Free up-dates
.  8. Pre-made emails to all your customer.


IF you need a Customs Broker website with  @your.own.COMPANY.email.com: (click here) or (310-web-site).
.  1. One time set-up fee =$500
.  2. Monthly maintenance fee = $99
.  3. Unlimited up-load on to your website. (www.Your.TRUCK.website.com)
.  4. Up-to 1000 individual email.   ( @your.own.COMPANY.email.com)
.  5. Up-to 1000 web pages.
.  6. Log-in from any computer
.  7. 100's disclaimer & Free up-dates
.  8. Pre-made emails to all your customer.







- Notes from US Customs on
International Carrier Bond (ICB) / C3 Bond.  Commercial carriers (i.e. truckers) should know before transporting cargo from Canada or Mexico into US.













Just as ISF was come into Law Jan 26 2010 &  NVOCC went into effect  May 1, 1999.   ALL Trucking Broker MUST be License by FMCSA (MAP-21) October 1, 2013,

http://www.scopelitis.com/resources/FMCSA_to_Publish_Additional_MAP21_Regulations_Taking_Effect_Immediately_on_October_1_2013/
Increased Penalties.  Current penalties for violation reporting, recordkeeping and registration requirements are $500 except that violations of passenger carrier authority requirements
are $2,000.  

The regulations increase the penalties to: (1) $1,000 for violating reporting and recordkeeping requirements;
(2) $10,000 for violation non-passenger carrier registration requirements; and
(3) $25,000 for violation passenger carrier registration requirements.  The penalty for transporting hazardous waste without authority is increased from a maximum of $20,000 to a
minimum of $20,000 and a maximum of $40,000.  Violations of regulations relating to transportation of hazardous materials will now result in fines of up to $75,000 or,
if involving death, serious illness, severe injury, or substantial destruction of property, of up to $175,000.  Penalties for failing to respond to a subpoena are increased to between
$1,000 and $10,000 (from current levels of $100 to $5,000).  General penalties for evading regulations currently require that the violation be knowing and willful.  That requirement is
being removed and penalties are increasing to $2,000-$5,000 for a first violation and $2,500-$7,000 for any subsequent violation.  The regulations will add a penalty of $25,000 for
violating an out of service order.  A carrier’s “ability to pay” will no longer be taken into account in determining the penalty for violating the FMCSR (Federal Motor Carrier Safety
Regulations).



The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”) is set to publish regulations in the October 1, 2013 edition of the Federal Register implementing various provisions of MAP-
21.  The FMCSA is taking the position that the regulations are mandated by Congress and that the agency is not exercising any discretion by promulgating the regulations.  In effect,
the FMCSA is merely bringing its regulations in line with what Congress already dictated when MAP-21 was first passed.  As such, the regulations will take effect immediately when
published; there will be no notice and comment rulemaking procedure.  The public will have 60 days from the date of publication to submit requests for reconsideration of the new
regulations.  Among the regulatory pronouncements are the following:



Financial Security of Brokers and Freight Forwarders.  The FMCSA is revising its regulations regarding financial security to increase the amount required to be maintained by property
brokers to $75,000, and to make the requirement applicable to freight forwarders as well.


Revised Timeframe for New Entrant Safety Audits.  The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (“FMCSR”) are being revised to clarify that new entrant safety audits must be
completed within 12 months of a property carrier beginning operations, and within 120 days of a passenger carrier beginning operations.  Previously, the regulations had allowed 18
months for all carriers.


(Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration)






Website / Who???  (Grace ????   with   Jason  or  Brian  or  Min)
Customs Broker website
Air /Sea website
Trucking website
Offer 800#


Who????
Importer: Help them if they could sell (by Email marketing)

Who????
Make a List of all the Factory/Supplier in China (and Control the supplier / offer to import, for fee??????, need more thinking)




Sourcing:
China / Factory



Software:
ACS
ABI


Accounting .


Who????
Shipping




Who???
Wharehouse:
http://www.prolineshipping.com/home/80-sample-data-articles/news/88-distribution-and-wms
Our combined 600,000 square foot warehouse partner with Pacer International facilities are designed to be the distribution center and hub offers our customer all supports for your
supply chain management requirements. We creates smoother warehousing and distribution services with three competitive advantages: location, an expansive portfolio of services,
and true collaboration.

We are third party warehousing operations are strategically located in Southern California to support cost-effective and efficient movement of freight into and out of the US. Our
portfolio of service is flexible, solving specific business challenges with customized warehousing solutions - and our collaborative approach from warehouse design to process
development provides the blueprint to successfully exceed your expectation.

• Public & Contract warehousing: Explore short and long term storage plus value add support services.
• Consolidation & Deconsolidation: Move distribution decisions closer to demand and reduce inventory.
• Transloading & Crossdocking: Transfer cargo between ocean and domestic containers/vans seamlessly.
• Harbor Drayage: Harbor trucking for port and drayage and local pick-ups and deliveries.




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