Custom Brokerage

We work in close collaboration with the customs authority of your country to ensure the seamless flow of goods for your imports and exports. ARGO Customs broker makes it easy for individuals to ship into or out of Canada making the process quick and saving you on customs broker fees. With ARGO Customs broker, your goods will cross borders seamlessly. 98–573 amended section generally, substituting provisions relating to customs broker’s licenses and permits for provisions relating to licensing of customhouse brokers.
Crane Worldwide Logistics customs brokerage services operate through an Automated Commercial Environment compliant technology platform and adhere to strict security criteria through its participation in the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism. At Crane – “pre-clearance” is standard, which is “wheels-up” for air shipments, and five days out from arrival for ocean freight. A customs brokerage firm is responsible for knowing all of these rules and regulations and ensuring that they are followed, in order to streamline the process of shipping goods as much as possible for the individual or organization. In effect,customs brokersalleviate the stress of dealing with customs officials and learning shipping regulations so that their clients can spend more time on what they are good at – managing their core business. Obligations of individual customs brokers in conjunction with continuing broker education requirement.
Total costs for all individual brokers, including tuition and travel expenses for those who must begin continuing education regimens because of the rule as well as opportunity and reporting costs for all brokers, range from $16,452,050 to $53,128,426. The primary estimate, which accounts for one third of brokers choosing each cost tier, comes to $35,478,781 over the 6-year period of analysis. Although CBP sought information in the ANPRM on the number of companies employing brokers who already complete continuing education, CBP did not receive enough specific information to estimate the proportion of companies already providing ongoing training.
If you’ve used the same customs broker forever, you’re probably quite content with your flip phone, too. From warehousing and distribution to expediting critical service parts, we keep supply chains moving. Access to local import information to assist the importer in the preparation and submission of the correct data.
Therefore, CBP and brokers would avoid three penalties and one audit annually, for a total cost savings of $44,955 per year. However, CBP does not typically include avoided penalties in the overall accounting of costs and benefits of a rule. Therefore, over a 6-year period of analysis, Alternative 3 leads to $248,600 in cost savings. CBP presents four estimates of the net costs depending on the cost of training pursued by each individual broker. The low-cost path assumes the broker would pursue only free trainings and forgo travel. In the medium-cost path, brokers would pursue a mix of free and paid trainings and travel to a single conference or in-person event per year.
Section 111.1 provides definitions for terms as they appear in 19 CFR part 111. Although amended AGENTE ADUANA would continue to list definitions in alphabetical order, this section discusses the proposed definitions in logical order, for explanatory purposes. CBP is proposing to revise the second sentence of § 111.0 to reflect the proposed addition of regulatory provisions requiring individual brokers to satisfy a continuing education requirement. Although the commenters agreed with this suggestion, several of the commenters requested that a form be developed in the Automated Commercial Environment where customs brokers could record their credits as they are earned and accrued. CBP appreciates the commenters’ suggestion and will consider developing such a tool in ACE.