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Post-Release Trade Process Authority to be Delegated to Heads of Three CEEs

Thursday, January 22, 2015
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Post-Release Trade Process Authority to be Delegated to Heads of Three CEEs

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has announced the next increment in its transition of operational trade functions from ports of entry to the Centers of Excellence and Expertise.

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Effective Jan. 28, the directors of the three CEEs listed below will assume trade authority for post-release trade processes of entry summaries for the respective industry tariff lines filed in the ports of entry indicated.

 

Electronics

Pharmaceuticals, Health & Chemicals

Petroleum, Natural Gas & Minerals

Long Beach

El Paso

Seattle

Los Angeles/LAX

New York

Blaine

Chicago

Newark

Pembina

Cleveland

Chicago

Great Falls

Milwaukee

Cleveland

San Francisco

Minneapolis

Milwaukee

Honolulu

St. Louis

Minneapolis

Portland, OR

San Francisco

St. Louis

Long Beach

Honolulu

Atlanta

Los Angeles/LAX

Houston

Charleston

San Diego

Dallas/Ft. Worth

Charlotte

Nogales

Norfolk

Phoenix

Savannah

El Paso

CBP states that entry summary filing procedures and document submission processes will remain the same for brokers and importers and that it is consolidating post-release processing to provide an increased level of uniformity and certainty. CBP will transition an appropriate level of trade staff at these locations to CEE operations. 

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