Import Customs Clearance is a stressful and complicated process. It is necessary and lawful to do right. Texas International Freight can take on the burden of navigating the process. Also, we can ensure entries are legal as a licensed customs broker. We are a dedicated customs broker that follows every regulation, keeps up with the latest developments in the statutory codes while taking the stress out of the process for you. This is because it is crucial to be compliant with Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Our staff have years of experience with customs brokerage. We work very hard to keep you compliant when we do the work on your behalf.
We Import Goods and Do Customs Clearance
Endowed with years of experience and continual training, Texas International Freight knows CBP requirements. Whether it is classification of goods or determination if goods qualify for duty free treatment under one of the many bi-lateral and multi-lateral free trade agreements, we can execute. As you can expect, we are well versed in the requirements of all government agencies (FDA, FCC, EPA, etc.) that govern the importation of goods into the US. We take ownership of your shipment to ensure professional management throughout the entire import process.
Forms an Importer Needs
Texas International Freight will help you judge what forms you need to fill out depending on your import. The nature of the commodity, its value, and how often you import are some of the factors an importer must know when entering goods into the US. Knowing how and when to fill out an ISF, to produc clean 1C entries, to have continuous bonds or single entry bonds are factors a good customs broker knows and does. If you are unfamiliar with these terms and processes, call us. We should be glad to help you understand. If your present customs broker has not shed light on the process, call us. Because Texas International Freight strongly believes it is our duty to educate our customers, we are happy to share our knowledge. Good business relationships are built on dependability, transparency, and trust.