ACE Air eManifest
Electronic information for air cargo required in advance of arrival, CBP must electronically receive from the inbound air carrier and, if applicable, an approved party, information concerning the incoming cargo.
For non-consolidated shipments, the incoming air carrier must transmit to CBP all of the information for the air waybill record.
For consolidated shipments: the incoming air carrier must transmit to CBP the information that is applicable to the master air waybill, and the air carrier must transmit cargo information for all associated house air waybills unless another party electronically transmits this information directly to CBP. Additional cargo information from air carrier; split shipment.
Import Control System
The ICS is an electronic system developed by the European Commission and the Member States for the lodging and processing of ENS (entry summary declaration), and for the exchange of messages between national customs administrations, between them and economic operators, and with the European Commission.
The objective of ICS is to ensure that import operations starting in one Member State can be completed in another Member State without resubmission of the same information. When goods enter the European Union (EU) for the first time, they do so via the Office of First Entry. If goods remain on the same mode of transport and are imported into another Member State, they do so via an Office of Subsequent Entry.
Using EU agreed common risk rules, the Entry Summary Declaration (ENS) will undergo risk analysis and any appropriate safety and security data will be passed to other Member States where they are identified as being included in the itinerary of the means of transport.
RNS / D4 Notices
The Release Notification System (RNS) offers a timely and efficient notification of CBSA (Canada Border Services Agency) release decisions by providing brokers, importers, carriers and warehouse operators with electronic messages. The CBSA instantly notifies RNS participants when a transaction is released and when a Pre-arrival Review System transaction is approved.
Some common RNS messages received from CBSA include the following:
- Goods Released
- Goods required for examination – referred
- Goods May Move, Detain at Destination (CFIA)
- Declaration Accepted, Awaiting arrival of goods.
- Authorised to deliver – CSA Shipment
- Declaration Accepted, Awaiting Customs Processing
The D4 Notices will eventually replace the RNS messages but for now clients are using RNS or D4 or both sets of messages.
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