Video | The Importance Of Complying With U.S. Customs Regulations
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Licensed Customs Broker and Certified Customs Specialist, April Collier, walks importers through the importance of complying with U.S. Customs regulations and what they can do to assure they are meeting all of the requirements governing the movement of commercial goods.

As customs brokers, we make every effort to provide the trade community with the right tools and information to ensure that your company is as proactive as possible with the CBSA and CBP. As part of our ongoing efforts, we offer a number of Trade Compliance Seminars and Webinars throughout the year on compliance and customs audit among other subjects. Our upcoming U.S. Customs Audit Seminar might be of particular interest. This seminar will focus on the differences between voluntary and enforced compliance, the expectation of "reasonable care", the potential cost risks of non-compliance, and best practices. For more details on this seminar and registration visit - U.S. Customs Audit Seminar.

Whether you are just starting out or have an existing business, our experienced trade compliance specialists can assist you. To learn how Pacific Customs Brokers' customs trade compliance and customs audit consulting can help your business; speak with one of our trade compliance specialists today.

How U.S. Customs Determines Your Import Compliance Through Reasonable Care
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April Collier
LCB, CCS

April Collier is a Trade Compliance Specialist with Pacific Customs Brokers Inc. with over 36 years of experience in international trade. April has been a valued member of the PCB team for 18 years, having taking the lead in implementing the Compliance department for US imports. Her current responsibilities include advising and coaching clients on a variety of regulatory compliance matters, and include expertise in Antidumping & Countervailing matters. In addition to her regular duties, April is also the CTPAT coordinator for PCB.

While we strive for accuracy in all our communications, as the Importer of Record it is incumbent upon your company to ensure that you are aware of the requirements under the new regulations so that you maintain compliance as always.
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