Importing into the United States
Labeling Requirements for U.S. Imports
Do you know how labels should be applied to meet U.S. regulations when bringing/importing goods into the country? Read on because this post will dive into the information that must appear on items entering the United States and other important label considerations. We'll also provide insight into any special requirements concerning specific types of imported goods.
10 Tips for Importers To Stay Afloat During Inflation
With inflation rising in many parts of the world, staying afloat can be difficult. Many factors can affect your operations, from dealing with higher direct costs to less disposable incomes. Here are 10 tips to help you sustain your business during these uncertain times.
An Importer’s Guide to HTS Codes
As an importer, a lack of knowledge or familiarity with HTS codes can have very real consequences for you. This guide will cover everything related to HTS code to arm you with the information necessary for successful importing!
10 Tips for Managing Time-Sensitive Imports
Managing imports can be challenging, especially when it comes to time-sensitive shipments. We've put together 10 helpful tips to help you overcome the obstacles likely to get in the way of successfully importing your time-sensitive goods. Read on to learn more.
Certificate of Origin: What it is and Why it’s Important
As an importer, staying organized and on top of compliance regulations is essential to guarantee the successful import of your goods. One way to do this is by obtaining a Certificate of Origin (CO). Read on to learn why and when you need one and how it is key for ensuring a smooth importation process.
Import Tax and Customs Duty: 10 Mistakes You Want to Avoid
Are you importing goods into the U.S.? Read on because this post will dive into 10 common duty and tax mistakes you can avoid — ensuring your import process happens without a hitch.
How to Save Money on Your Next Import
Are you looking for ways to save money on your next import? Read on to learn about the various strategies and tips you can employ to reduce expenses when importing goods into the U.S. or Canada.
This guide will provide an overview of what you need to know and do before importing goods into the United States in 7 easy steps. We will also walk you through the importation process and documentation required to minimize complexities and time at the border.
How to Import a Trailer into the U.S.
If you’re considering importing a trailer from Canada to the U.S., this article covers the important things you need to know before crossing the border.
Canada vs U.S. Import Laws
The United States and Canada have very different import rules and regulations. In this article, we'll walk you through the specific import laws for each country.
Importing Tires into the United States
Importing tires into the United States is subject to many regulations and requirements, so we've put together this article to cover everything you need to know.
5 Useful Tips for Every New Importer
Ready to import your dream car? Read this handy guide to understanding all the costs you can expect when importing a vehicle into the United States.
5 Reasons Why You Should Hire a Customs Broker
Why do you need to hire a customs broker? Find out what a customs broker does and go through five reasons why you should hire a customs broker to help import your goods.
How to Become a Non-Resident Importer (NRI) in the US
If you're a foreign business and want to expand your business into the US market, you can import goods into the United States by becoming a non-resident importer (NRI). As an NRI, you’ll still enjoy the same rights as a resident importer of record (IOR). Read on to find out everything you need to know about becoming a non-resident importer in the US.
Section 321 for Low-Value Shipments
Imports valued under $800 USD per shipment may be eligible for the Section 321 De Minimis Program, which is one of the most popular programs offered by the CBP and allows for low-value shipments to cross borders with ease and less costs. Read on to find out everything you need to know.
The U.S. Importer’s Guide for Importer Security Filing (ISF)
If you’re shipping and importing goods into the United States, you may be responsible for filing an Importer Security Filing (ISF). ISF is required for all ocean shipments coming in by vessel to the United States. Don’t be caught off guard by the complexity and cost of the process. Read on to learn everything you need to know.
U.S. Customs Bonds: What You Need to Know
If you're importing goods to into the U.S., your shipment(s) will likely require a Customs Bond. Here's everything you need to know.