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Japan is set to become the latest country to require information from importers of containerized cargo before the cargo heads to sea, with its 24-hour advanced manifest rule coming into force on March 10.
Trade Tech CEO says it is not too late for NVOCCs to meet the March 1 deadline and avoid non-compliance penalties
Trade Tech, a global supplier of cloud-based solutions for the logistics industry, has joined Japan International Freight Forwarders Association (JIFFA) as a supporting member.
Trade Tech will work with the forwarding community on educational and compliance programs
BELLEVUE, Washington – Trade Tech, a global supplier of cloud-based solutions for the logistics industry, announced today that it is working with Japan International Freight Forwarders Association (JIFFA) to conduct a series of informational seminars on Japan’s new 24-Hour Rule, also known as the Ocean Advance Filing Rule or JP24, until it becomes mandatory.
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Port of Tokyo
Shippers of containerized cargo to Japan, be forewarned: the Japanese version of the U.S. 24-hour advanced manifest rule, first implemented following the 9-11 attacks, will soon be going into effect. This means that after March 8, 2014, shipments that don’t contain the needed information in shipping instructions will be rejected for loading by customs authorities.
By Patrick Burnson, Executive Editor
December 03, 2013
Japan’s 24 Hour Rule, the Advanced Filing Requirement (AFR), goes into effect on March 1, 2014 and the penalty phase will apply just 10 days later on March 10, 2014. This doesn’t leave much time for those who have not already begun the process of selecting a service provider and begun the process of developing internal procedures and training programs.