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RESOURCES
INDUSTRY LINKS

Industry Links

Navigating through the international freight forwarding industry requires a knowledge of many local governments, international security requirements, and industrial standards. While becoming an expert in all the facets of shipping is an endeavor, these links can help provide the some of the most current and relevant information for international trade.

BIS (Bureau of Industry and Security)
U.S. Export Regulations

Carnet Information (US Council for International Business)
A Carnet is an international customs document commonly known as the Merchandise Passport that allows temporary importation into member countries without the payment of duties or value-added taxes (VAT).

CBP (US Customs and Border Patrol)
Customs & Border Control Enforcement Agency Information

CFR (Code of Federal Regulations)
U.S. Government Regulations Document

DOT (Department of Transportation)
U.S. Transportation Regulation Agency

EAR (Export Administration Regulations)
U.S. Export Regulations

European Commision for Transport
EU Transportation Information

FDA (Federal Food & Drug Administration)
U.S. Federal Food and Drug Consumer Protection Agency

Fedworld Federal Internet Resources
U.S. Federal Government Information

FMC (Federal Maritime Commission)
U.S. International Maritime Regulatory Agency

FTC (Federal Trade Commission)
U.S. Federal Government Consumer Protection Agency

HTS (Harmonized Tariff Schedule)
Harmonized Tariff Schedule Information

IATA (International Air Transit Association)
Airline Industry Organization

IMO (International Maritime Organization)
Maritime Trade Organization

ITA (International Trade Administration)
U.S. Export Promotion Activities

ITC (International Trade Commission)
U.S.Federal International Trade Agency

ITDS (International Trade Data System)
International Trade Data

NAFTA (North America Free Trade Agreement)
Advisory Site for NAFTA

TIACA (The International Air Cargo Association)
Freight Forwarder Organization

U.S. Department of State
Security Advisories

U.S. Department of the Treasury

U.S. Schedule B Export Codes
Export Codes

US Department of Census
Economic and Trade Statistics

US Department of Commerce
Trade and Economy Agency

WTO (World Trade Organization)
World Trade Information

OVERVIEW

Navigating through the international freight forwarding industry requires a knowledge of many local governments, international security requirements, and industrial standards. While becoming an expert in all the facets of shipping is an endeavor, these links can help provide the some of the most current and relevant information for international trade.