Attention Seafood Importers | New SIMP Regulations Effective January 2019


By Pacific Customs Brokers, Pacific Customs Brokers 2018-11-09
On January 1st, 2019, the Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP) will change. If you are a seafood importer, you will want to stay informed by reading the entire update on our blog.
 
Click here have these questions answered:
  • Do my seafood imports fall under the new SIMP regulations?
  • When does SIMP reporting become mandatory?
  • Are U.S. goods exported and returned exempt from SIMP?
  • Is there an official form to be completed for SIMP?
  • Who must obtain the IFTP required to file SIMP?
  • Who is legally responsible for goods imported under SIMP?
  • What additional information am I required to report on my shipments to the U.S.?
  • Can I start sending the information on my shrimp and abalone shipments now?
  • If my goods are subject to NOAA Form 370 reporting am I still required to report under the SIMP regulations?
  • If my goods qualify as a Section 321, do I still have to file an entry?

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