There has been a continued shift across the world toward increased importer responsibility as the U.S. experienced with the introduction of informed compliance in the Customs Modernization and Informed Compliance Act of 1993. It is more imperative now than ever for companies to have a solid understanding of all trade regulations for each country in which they operate and each country with which they trade.

Deferring responsibility to your vendor, broker or service provider is no longer an option. Companies now realize the standard set in the U.S. applies globally, and they need to manage compliance in an efficient, informed manner across the world. This requires control and visibility of what you are filing as well as what others are filing on your behalf.

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