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

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PierPass replacing OffPeak
PierPass is replacing the OffPeak program that has been in place since 2005 to encourage trucks to move containerized cargo at night at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and to fund nighttime operations at the 12 marine terminals in the port.
Please read through entire information packet, it should answer many of the questions that you have. If you still have questions, feel free to e-mail us with your question(s) and we will be happy to help you.
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Vehicle Export Confirmation Letter
Your submitted documents have been received and are approved UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTIFIED by U.S. Customs & Border Protection.
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US shipper updates, from blockchain to ACE
NEWPORT, Rhode Island — Amid fast-changing technology and rising US-China trade tensions, roughly 300 attendees of the Northeast Trade & Transportation Conference got updates on the shipping industry’s hottest issues. The following are the highlights from the event held on Wednesday
Image Five Ways the Electronic Logging Device Is Changing Trucking
Five Ways the Electronic Logging Device Is Changing Trucking
Many truckers and industry insiders thought that a federal rule enacted late last year that requires truckers to use electronic logging devices to track driving time would disrupt freight and logistics. It hasn’t happened
Image ELD mandate spurs innovation in US truck tech
ELD mandate spurs innovation in US truck tech
In a few short months, the electronic logging device (ELD) mandate for truck drivers has unveiled a host of inefficiencies in US supply chains. Transit times for shipments have grown longer, especially in lanes ranging from 450 to 550 miles, as drivers keep a tighter rein on their hours.