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The Differences Between Mexico and U.S. Customs Brokers

By Luca Winters Oct 29 2019 / Supply Chain Brain While there are similar regulations and overlapping requirements governing both Mexico and U.S. customs import processes, there are drastic differences that savvy shippers should be aware of. Only by knowing what differences exist between the two countries can you to successfully navigate importing and exporting in either country. What to Expect When Importing Into the U.S. Who can become...

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Matt Silver looks to simplify cross-border shipping

Matt Silver looks to simplify cross-border shipping

By Jack Glenn Oct 9 2019 / FREIGHT WAVES When it comes to moving freight across borders, especially between the United States and Mexico, calling it challenging would be an understatement. Forager Logistics CEO and co-founder Matt Silver has made it his mission to bring calm to the chaos involved in cross-border shipping. Silver explains how he solves shippers’ problems with FreightWaves CEO Craig Fuller as part of the...

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Rising threat of freight thefts involving ‘insiders’

Will Waters | Thursday, 11 July 2019 Global cargo crime study by TT Club and BSI highlights risks and responses, recommending that information and access are limited to a ‘need to know’ basis A new global cargo crime study has highlighted a growing threat of cargo thefts involving ‘insiders’, alongside various other trends and recommendations. In their second full-year analysis of cargo theft, freight insurance and risk specialist TT Club...

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Israel, Hong Kong Agree to Ease Export-Import Process

Omri Milman June 30, 2019 Israel has signed a new agreement with Hong Kong, intended to ease customs clearance regulations for export and import between the two. The agreement was signed during the weekend at an annual event of the World Customs Organization in Brussels. According to the agreement, authorized economic operators (AEOs)—goods movers approved by a national customs administration—on both sides will receive various benefits and exemptions at...

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Livingston International to acquire customs and trade compliance services of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.

Jan 12 2012 / Livingston International Inc. CHICAGO, Jan. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – Livingston International has entered into an agreement to acquire the customs and trade compliance services of the Global Trade business of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., announced Livingston President and CEO Peter Luit.  This acquisition represents the operations and technology of the former Vastera business. This strategic move to acquire a global leader of customs and trade...

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C.H. Robinson Worldwide acquires International Trade & Commerce, Inc.

By CH Robinson July 9 2009 MINNEAPOLIS, MN, July 9 – Continuing to strengthen its cross-border capabilities, C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc., (“C.H. Robinson”) one of the largest non-asset based third party logistics companies in the world, today announced it acquired certain assets of International Trade & Commerce, Inc. (“ITC”). ITC is a United States customs brokerage company specializing in warehousing and distribution, headquartered in Laredo, Texas. ITC provides a...

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