ACE Portal for Customs Brokers: Why every broker needs an ACE portal account and what to do with it after you have signed up
Webinar: 1 CCS Credit
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is accelerating its deployment of new functionality in the Automated Commercial Environment, which already offers a variety of tools that can benefit licensed customs brokers. This 90-minute webinar will show brokers how to leverage the ACE portal to meet reporting requirements, communicate with CBP and run reports for themselves and their importer clients.
- using the ACE portal to respond to requests from and upload documents to CBP using the Document Imaging System
- new processes for managing employee lists and reporting new and terminated employees
- setting up your ACE account, assigning users different levels of access, listing contacts and more
- how to leverage the ACE portal reporting tool to gain insight for your business and your importer clients’ imports
- generating reports - exporting reports to further manipulate and share data - modifying and sharing reports with other ACE users
- what reports to run and understanding the data available in the reports
- providing new services to customers by leveraging ACE features
- the difference between a post-entry amendment and a post-summary correction
- resources available to learn more about the power of ACE
Tom Gould is Senior Director, Customs and International Trade, for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. He is based in Los Angeles, where he has been involved with the international trade community since 1989, and is affiliated with ST&R’s San Francisco office. Mr. Gould joined ST&R after running his own customs consulting business in the L.A. area for more than a decade. A licensed customs broker and certified customs specialist, he regularly advises clients on customs and international trade compliance matters, classification, origin determination, qualification for free trade agreements and special duty reduction programs, product safety and supply chain security. He works with retailers, importers and exporters of textiles, wearing apparel, footwear and consumer electronics, among others.