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U.S. Customs and Border Protection has announced Phase II of the transition of operational trade functions from ports of entry to the Centers of Excellence and Expertise. To learn more about CEEs and the benefits they offer for importers, click here to access our on-demand webinar.
Effective April 6, 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 following ports of entry under the field offices indicated.
Pharmaceuticals, Health & Chemicals
Petroleum, Natural Gas & Minerals
- St. Louis
- Washington, D.C. (Dulles)
- Port Huron
- Romulus (DTW)
- Logan Airport
- St. Albans
- Los Angeles
- New Orleans
- New York
- Otay Mesa
- San Diego
- San Ysidro
- San Luis
*will transition on May 4
CBP will transition an appropriate level of trade staff at these port locations to CEE operations.
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.
September 21, 2020 // Trade Report
September 10, 2020 // Trade Report
September 4, 2020 // Trade Report
August 17, 2020 // Trade Report