We Import Goods and Do Customs Clearance.
At Texas International Freight, we know about CBP requirements; we have years of experience and we take part in ongoing training on it. From goods classification to determining whether goods qualify for duty-free treatment under any of the bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements, and everything in-between, we can take it on.
It will be no surprise to learn that we are well versed in the requirements of the government agencies (FDA, FCC, EPA, etc.) that govern the import of goods into the US. We take ownership of your shipment to ensure professional management throughout the entire import process.
The Forms an Importer Needs.
Texas International Freight will assist you when determining which forms to fill out, according to your import. The nature of the commodity, its value, and how often you import are just some of the factors an importer must know when entering goods into the US. A good customs broker will know how and when to fill out an ISF, produce clean 1C entries, or have continuous bonds or single entry bonds among other requirements.
If you are unfamiliar with these terms and processes, get in touch with us and we would be glad to help you understand. If your present customs broker has not shed light on the process, get in touch, because Texas International Freight strongly believes it is our duty to educate our customers and we are happy to share our knowledge.
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