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When transporting cargo into the US, there is usually one important thing that the highway carrier needs to confirm before crossing the border.  Is there an entry number matching to my PAPS number? PAPS (Pre-Arrival Processing System) is known to trucking companies as those bar-coded stickers that are placed on the commercial invoice before faxing [...]
What is the Section 321 Data Pilot? Section 321 Data Pilot refers to a voluntary study by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). The pilot study began on August 22, 2019 and is expected to run for a year. During the test period participants will electronically transmit cargo information about their e-commerce shipments to [...]
Section 321 is a shipment type used in the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) ACE system that allows low-value shipments of <=$800 USD to be cleared through the border without paying duty or tax. To qualify for Section 321 shipment type any goods being imported into the US should not exceed a value of 800 [...]
A Container Freight Station refers to a facility that consolidates or de-consolidates freight before preparing such freight for the next leg of its journey. Most CFS will be located close to ports of entry such as airports, ocean container ports and major railway hubs.  In the US, a CFS is designated by its FIRMS code.  [...]
ACE Truck eManifest is part of the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) program. It mandates all highway carriers to electronically submit conveyance and cargo information to US Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) prior to the arrival of the truck in any of the land border crossings into the US. The electronic truck eManifest program is [...]
Customs & Border Protection (CBP) has developed systems which make it easy to monitor and account for all cargo that enters the country. CBP systems such as ACE eManifest also come with certain capabilities that make it possible to generate all statistical data regarding foreign trade. They include FIRMS codes, Schedule D codes, and Schedule [...]
United States Customs & Border Protection (CBP) agency has introduced state of the art technologies to improve its border protection procedures. PAPS, which is an abbreviation for Prearrival Processing System, is one such technology. It helps carriers and security officials alike conduct cross-border trade. Traders willing to export their cargo from other parts of the [...]