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CBP Revokes Nine Customs Broker Licenses, Reinstates Three

Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has added nine customs broker licenses to, and removed three from, a Jan. 6, 2016, list of broker licenses revoked by operation of law without prejudice for failure to file a triennial status report.

The following broker licenses omitted from the original notice have been revoked.

- license #20454: Jamie L. Anderson, Anchorage

- license #23689: Kirk Anderson, Minneapolis

- license #13365: Steven J. Anderson, Minneapolis

- license #11508: Holly Braun, Minneapolis

- license #16626: Steve Franzen, Minneapolis

- license #20185: Kelli Nielsen, Minneapolis

- license #10162: Diane Runeberg, Minneapolis

- license #06226: Ronald Senn, Minneapolis

- license #06237: Linda Stromgren, Minneapolis

The following broker licenses were erroneously included in the original list of revocations and have been reinstated.

- license #12089: Kimberly Godfrey, Atlanta

- license #12568: Shawn Tolbert, Savannah

- license #20785: Laura Wallace, Washington, D.C.

ST&R will be conducting a webinar Aug. 11 on country of origin and marking for customs brokers. Click here for more information or to register.

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