Presentation on theme: "1 The Software Solution for the Future of Freight The Software Solution for the Future of Freight."— Presentation transcript:
1 The Software Solution for the Future of Freight The Software Solution for the Future of Freight
2 e-Manifest / Truck AMS Overview
3 Trade Act of 2002 - Advance Electronic Information Cargo information must be received by CBP in its electronic systems at least 1 hour prior to arrival. For shipments that qualify for the Free and Secure Trade, FAST, program the information must be received at least 30 minutes prior to arrival.
4 What are the current approved electronic data interchanges? Pre-Arrival Processing System (PAPS) Border Release Advance Screening and Selectivity (BRASS) Customs Automated Forms Entry System (CAFES) ABI in-bond format (QP/WP)
5 Future Electronic Data Interchange e-Manifest or Truck Automated Manifest System e-Manifest will initially become the preferred method of electronic manifest notification e-Manifest will become mandatory
6 Non-Compliance Stage 1: Ports will issue a Notice of Noncompliance. Stage 2: Penalties The penalties assessed in this initial phase of enforcement will focus on the egregious violation for failing to comply with automation. Penalties issued for violations of the Truck Trade Act requirements under these guidelines will be issued to the driver (in care of the carrier) The amount of the penalty will be assessed at $5,000 first time violation, $10,000 for subsequent violations against same driver. Stage 3: Denied Entry and Penalties
7 Standard Manifest Data Elements
8 Manifest Structure
9 ACE Secure Data Portal - Trip
10 ACE Secure Data Portal – Conveyance
11 ACE Secure Data Portal - Crew
12 ACE Secure Data Portal - Equipment
13 ACE Secure Data Portal - Shipment
14 ACE Secure Data – Portal Shipment Commodity
15 E-Manifest: Trucks Process Overview
16 What Does IES Do? Experienced CBP Service Bureau (Intermediary) IES is currently processing thousands of CBP data transactions per day EDI Translation Customer Service Offices in New Jersey, California, Texas, Virginia, Georgia and Florida and Hong Kong. Advanced Web Portal MQ Frame Relay Connectivity
17 What Does IES Do?
18 IES e-Manifest Advantages Database Lookups Templates, Copy Features Edits Reports / Management Tools Automated E-mail Notification Modify EDI transactions from Web Portal Multiple Logins / Master User Flexibility Error Code Translation MQ Frame Relay Connectivity (3) CBP Data Transmission Experience Full EDI Capabilities Experienced Customer Service Minimal Testing No Interconnectivity Security Agreement
19 IES e-Manifest Advantages 24 hour support from offices around the world Input shipments in minutes using IES’ system versus hours using Customs’ system Send EDI, XML or flat file data from your existing system to IES’ system, then add missing data online Send fax, voice, pager, SMS, e-mail and Web notification to your drivers Assist your customers with C-TPAT compliance Save time by allowing shippers to input data
20 IES Current Solutions Electronic In-Bond ACS Query
21 QP / WP versus CAFES EIB (QP / WP) In-Bond approval / rejection occurs prior to reaching the border Edits to ensure accurate data transmission In-Bond approval / rejection within seconds Web based system / Accessible from any computer Printing of Bar Coded CF7512 and CF7533 Reporting / Management Tools Arrival / Export Feature Receive Continuous Status updates from CBP Delete Erroneous CF7512s Arrive / Export Cafes In-Bonds CAFES In-bond approval / rejection occurs AT the border CBP provides only Accepted or Rejected status – No description of rejection Temporarily, CAFES shipments are exempt from Advance Manifest Rules
22 IES Milestones Celebrated 15 years in business in 2004. IES was first to offer an Electronic In-Bond Web application virtually eliminating manual 7512 processing. 7512s are filed with and authorized by US Customs in seconds. IES was a leading authorized service bureau to US Customs to support direct air shipments through the Air AMS system. IES was the first authorized service bureau to US Customs to support ocean shipments through the Ocean AMS system. IES was the first transportation software provider to be approved and file AES Direct with US Customs. IES was the first transportation software provider to offer a complete 32 bit Windows solution to the transportation industry. IES was the first transportation software provider to offer a complete Air/Ocean Forwarding and NVOCC Windows solution to the transportation industry.
23 Customer Service IES develops and supports our products, so our customers derive maximum benefit from their use and thus obtain optimum profitability for their particular business. Our products are constantly upgraded to achieve our quality goals. Our customer support will always be treated as an integral part of the software as we endeavor to keep our products running our customer's operations smoothly. With a dedication to post-sales support, IES partners with customers to ensure that they take full advantage of their IES solutions. IES understand the needs, complexity and ever-changing face of technology in the transportation industry. Providing logistics solutions is our only business.