Archives from October 2020

About eManifest: A message from the Canadian Border Sevices Agency

On June 9, 2013, the CBSA will deploy electronic systems that allow freight forwarders in all modes of transportation to transmit advance house bill data to CBSA.  

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Posted by on 06/27 at 11:21 AM in Permalink

Trade Tech featured in new American Shipper article by Eric Kulisch

Cargo Security, Japanese Style. Shippers on clock to comply with new 24-hour rule for filing manifest, cargo data. Ocean carriers and consolidators have less than a year to prepare for implementing Japan's version ofthe24-hourrule and trade intermediaries familiar with thecomplexdata requirements are urging freight companies to start prepar­ ing now to avoid hefty penalties.

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Posted by on 06/18 at 04:51 PM in Permalink

Damage collections for ISF non-compliance to begin

U.S. Customs and Border Protection will begin full enforcement of the Importer Security Filing requirement on July 9, the agency announced Friday.

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Posted by on 06/10 at 03:59 PM in Permalink

Initiation Date for Liquidated Damages for ISF Non-Compliance

In order to achieve the most compliance with the least disruption to the trade and to domestic port operations, CBP has been applying a measured and commonsense approach to Importer Security Filin

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Posted by on 06/07 at 11:50 AM in Permalink

Bryn Heimbeck of Trade Tech provides a timely update on global advance filing requirements

Just  when   you   thought   you   had mastered all of the post-9/11 maritime security rules, here comes another – this time from Japan. From the  beginning  of   March   2014,  the world’s  third largest importing country will require 24-hour  advance notice of all containerised freight to be loaded on vessels bound for its shores.A trial period to test the electronic filing requirement will begin in October 2013.

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Posted by on 06/07 at 11:40 AM in Permalink

Trade Tech Makes List of Top 100 Logistics IT Providers Second Year in a Row

BELLEVUE, Washington – Trade Tech, a global supplier of cloud-based solutions for the logistics industry,   has been recognized by Inbound Logistics magazine as a Top 100 Logistics IT Provider for the second year in a row. Trade Tech was selected for providing best-in-class logistics IT solutions to help NVOs and forwarders improve their supply chain performance and differentiate their service offering.

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Posted by on 04/23 at 01:14 PM in Permalink

Trade Tech hosts Japan Customs advanced filing seminars

The cloud-based logistics software supplier Trade Tech said Wednesday it will co-host a series of seminars on Japan’s Advance Filing Rules with Nippon Automated Cargo and Port Consolidated System (NACCS), the Japanese government entity responsible for import/export and Customs clearance.

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Posted by on 04/03 at 10:40 AM in Permalink

Trade Tech's Heimbeck Explains How Technology Can Streamline Trade

Bryn Heimbeck, president of Trade Tech, explains how his company's technology allows shippers and forwarders to streamline their sales, operations, and accounting processes. From the JOC's 13th annual TPM conference, Heimbeck outlines how cloud technology gives us better visibility of their operations and frees up workers' time through automation of some processes.

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Posted by on 04/02 at 02:24 PM in Permalink

Trade and Travel Letter to CBP Industry Colleague

As a result of the budget sequestration which went into effect on March 1, 2013, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is writing to provide you with information on how these budget cuts are likely to affect our operations, and to enable you to make plans to minimize their impact on your businesses and the public.  Under the automatic sequestration cuts, CBP will be required to reduce its expenditures significantly for the remainder of FY 2013.

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Posted by on 03/05 at 11:29 AM in Permalink

Trade Tech is First US Provider Authorized to File Manifests Under Japan’s New 24-Hour Rule

BELLEVUE, Washington – Trade Tech, a global supplier of cloud-based solutions for the logistics industry, is taking the lead in providing solutions to meet Japan’s Advance Filing Rules that will go into effect in March 2014. Trade Tech announced today that it is the first US-based provider to have its electronic filing solution authorized by Nippon Automated Cargo and Port Consolidated System (NACCS), the Japanese government entity responsible for import/export and Customs clearance services.

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Posted by on 01/15 at 02:39 PM in Permalink

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