CBP indicates that it will complete the deployment of enhancements to the second and third phases of the Automated Commercial Environment’s truck manifest during June-July. The enhancements to the remaining southern border ports will be deployed June 5 while the enhancements to the remaining northern border ports will be deployed June 26. Earlier this year, CBP completed the scheduled deployments at the ports of Brownsville, Texas (Jan. 31), Buffalo, N.Y. (March 13), Laredo, Texas (April 24), and Detroit, Mich. (May 15).   

The second phase of enhancements to the ACE truck manifest – also known as ACE truck manifest modernization – is focused on improving the CBP user interface for the primary and secondary processing of truck manifests. CBP notes that as part of this deployment previously relaxed validations in the legacy truck manifest application are now supported in TMM and may result in errors for some trade users.

Scheduled to be deployed July 11, the third phase of enhancements will provide trade users with new messaging regarding modifications to crew, vehicle, cargo, and seals.

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