Our mission

“Our mission in serving the Customs Brokers, Forwarders and the Trade Community as a whole, is to act as a forum for the interchange of ideas, promote greater knowledge and understanding among its members, encourage unity of purpose, ideals and ethics in addition to disseminating information of interest to the community and our members while advocating on their behalf.”

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Membership benefits

Monthly meetings with industry professionals and community leaders

Special rates on tabletop displays at our tradeshows and events

Significantly increase your visibility by way of exclusive sponsorships

Participation in numerous industry-related committees

About us

The Florida Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association, Inc. was founded in 1960 by a handful of Miami brokers & forwarders. FCBF has since grown into the most influential and active representative body of the Florida freight forwarding and customs brokerage community.

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Latest news

Image MIA Foreign Trade Zone cleared for landing
MIA Foreign Trade Zone cleared for landing
Last week, the Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD) gained final approval from the U.S. Department of Commerce to designate Miami International Airport’s entire 3,230-acre land parcel as a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ)
Image Analysis: Rising US truck rates compel shippers to rethink practices
Analysis: Rising US truck rates compel shippers to rethink practices
This year promises to be a great year for US truckers. The demand and supply imbalance is shaping up to be of the kind not seen in the last 20-plus years, and spot market rates are up high double digits, even exceeding 20 percent over just a few months ago.
Image U.S.: Congress approves Florida AG disaster package
U.S.: Congress approves Florida AG disaster package
The U.S. House and Senate has approved an agriculture disaster package that will send billions of dollars in relief to Florida growers hit by Hurricane Irma.
Image A Shortage of Trucks Is Forcing Companies to Cut Shipments or Pay Up
A Shortage of Trucks Is Forcing Companies to Cut Shipments or Pay Up
A nationwide truck shortage is forcing thousands of shippers into a tough choice: postpone all but the most important deliveries, or pay dearly to jump to the front of the line.
Image New Program to Improve Used Vehicle Export Process
New Program to Improve Used Vehicle Export Process
A new electronic Vehicle Validation Export Process Program is now available to shippers exporting vehicles from Broward County's Port Everglades.
Image U.S. reps support proposed ELD exemption for small business truckers
U.S. reps support proposed ELD exemption for small business truckers
The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association had requested the exemption from the electronic logging device mandate for small trucking businesses with “exemplary” safety records back in November.