Presentation on theme: "What Is A Customs Broker? The customs broker is a highly-trained import professional. Licensed by the U.S. Customs & Border Protection, the customs broker."— Presentation transcript:
What Is A Customs Broker? The customs broker is a highly-trained import professional. Licensed by the U.S. Customs & Border Protection, the customs broker must possess a thorough knowledge of Customs Regulations and the U.S. Harmonized Tariff Schedule. The customs broker must keep abreast of the constant changes in the law and regulations that govern imports into the U.S.
What Does a Customs Broker Do? Prepares and files Customs entries to help effect the release of import shipments Assist importers in the proper tariff classification of their imported products, helping to ensure the proper Customs duties are paid Files necessary paperwork or electronic documentation to obtain release from other government agencies Works with the transport company to help ensure the import shipment is delivered to the final consignee
The Import Entry Process The customs broker receives shipment documents, reviews the documents, then prepares and files the customs entry US Customs reviews the information submitted, either electronically or by actual review of the documents US Customs determines whether they will need to examine the shipment US Customs releases the shipment, meaning it is allowed to be delivered to the ultimate consignee
Why Choose Customs Services & Solutions? Experienced and knowledgeable Focused on customer service Nationally licensed by US Customs C-TPAT certified Experts in the international transportation process Client base with wide-range of import products Experienced in dealing with other US government agencies (FDA, USDA, FWS, etc) Our number one priority is our customers!