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The National Marine Fisheries Service has announced that shrimp and abalone will be subject to the reporting, recordkeeping, and permitting requirements of the Seafood Import Monitoring Program effective May 24, with a compliance date of Dec. 31. These requirements will apply to shrimp and abalone species originating from both wild capture fisheries and aquaculture operations. The SIMP was implemented as of Jan. 1, 2018, for various other species of seafood – click here for more details on the requirements of this program.
NMFS states that as of Dec. 31 importers of shrimp and abalone species will be required to obtain an international fisheries trade permit, submit harvest and landing information on those products into the International Trade Data System through the Automated Commercial Environment prior to entry into U.S. commerce, and maintain supply chain records from the point of harvest to the point of entry into U.S commerce for two years after entry. IFTPs are currently available for issuance and it is anticipated that ACE reporting will be available for testing prior to Dec. 31. NMFS states that for products harvested prior to that date U.S. importers should work with their foreign suppliers to ensure that the harvest event and supply chain records are available for any entries made on or after Dec. 31.
CBP has said that entries for which records are not timely provided or that cannot be verified will be subject to enforcement or other action, which may include redelivery orders, exclusion from entry into commerce, forfeiture, and enforcement action against the entry filer or importer of record.
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