Customs Compliance

Many businesses outsource the documentation and paperwork requirements of the international customs process to a customs broker or logistics provider.  As a result, many businesses seem to take an “out of sight, out of mind,” approach to ensuring compliance with all customs obligations.  But as a new white paper from Purolator International makes clear, it is the importer – and not the customs broker or logistics provider – who is liable and who will pay the price if a shipment is found to be in non-compliance.  As the white paper, “Customs Compliance – Has Your Business Taken the Necessary Steps?” makes clear, every business engaged in international commerce must understand their compliance responsibilities and ensure proper procedures are in place for compliance with a range of obligations including recordkeeping and documentation.

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