- Anti-Corruption Compliance & Investigations
- Border Security Program: C-TPAT
- Customs Communications, Investigations & Regulatory Audits
- Foreign Trade Zones & Other Duty Deferral Programs
- Free Trade Agreements & Other Preference Programs
- Hazardous Materials Compliance & Defense
- Import Compliance
- Product Safety
- Rules of Origin Determinations & Country of Origin Marking
Allowing duty drawback on exports was the second law passed by the first Congress of the United States in 1789. The purpose of duty drawback is to encourage U.S. manufacturing as well as foreign export sales.
Simply stated, duty drawback is a refund of 99% of the duties paid on goods imported into the United States that are subsequently exported. The drawback claimant can be an importer, manufacturer or exporter, provided the proper authorization and documentation is filed in a timely manner with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
STTAS is a leading provider of drawback services. We maintain a dedicated drawback staff and are able to tailor our services to meet each client’s specific needs. We assist companies with estimating their drawback potential, developing and implementing a drawback program, obtaining the required import/export documentation from third parties, and preparing and filing drawback claims with CBP. We also offer drawback training that includes webinars and in-house seminars.
Our drawback project management services are enhanced through the use of our state-of-the-art Ambassador™ and Geneva™ proprietary software systems. Ambassador™ allows STTAS drawback specialists to load, convert and validate the data necessary to process our clients’ drawback claims. Utilizing this data, Geneva™ creates, executes, verifies and finalizes the claims. Together, these systems generate all the reports necessary for the prompt filing of our clients’ drawback claims with CBP.
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- May 13, 2013
- June 8, 2017
- June 13, 2016
- August 7, 2015
- March 19, 2015
- February 5, 2015
- November 24, 2014
- October 7, 2014
- May 22, 2013
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