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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Image CBP Faces Challenge in Enforcing Ban on Goods Made with Forced Labor
CBP Faces Challenge in Enforcing Ban on Goods Made with Forced Labor
Although the Agency has received criticism from some members of Congress for not taking more action to seize imported goods made with forced labor, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP)
Image Input Needed! Regulatory Amendments to NRAs & NSAs
Input Needed! Regulatory Amendments to NRAs & NSAs
The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) proposes to amend its rules governing Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carrier (NVOCC) Negotiated Rate Arrangements and NVOCC Service Arrangements. The proposed rule is intended to modernize, update, and reduce regulatory burdens.
Image The Top 5 Customs & Trade Issues of 2018 -
The Top 5 Customs & Trade Issues of 2018 -
An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure
Image US regulators move to ease NVOCC contracting rules
US regulators move to ease NVOCC contracting rules
The US Federal Maritime Commission is proposing three policy changes that NVOCCs have championed. US maritime regulators have proposed changes designed to make it easier for non-vessel-operating common carriers (NVOCCs) to provide negotiated rate and service arrangements.
Image First Electronic Customs Broker Exams Set for October 25
First Electronic Customs Broker Exams Set for October 25
CBP will administer the first electronic Customs Broker License Examination on October 25. The October 25 exam application deadline is Friday, September 22, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. (EDT).
Image CBP Call on Hurricane Irma Impact and ACE Filings
CBP Call on Hurricane Irma Impact and ACE Filings
CBP recognizes that the current extraordinary weather situation created by Hurricane Irma may cause many ocean vessels to divert from their intended port of unlading to other port locations for discharge purposes.