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THE FLORIDA CUSTOMS BROKERS & FORWARDERS ASSOCIATION'S
Port Everglades CES Application with Ape
Port Everglades CES Application with Appendixes 07.23.2018
Port Everglades CES Application with Ape
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GSP Changes Effective Nov 1, 0018
GSP Changes Effective Nov 1, 0018
GSP Changes Effective Nov 1, 0018
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CBP Contacts - Tampa/Orlando Area
CBP Contacts - Tampa/Orlando Area
CBP Contacts - Tampa/Orlando Area
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USDA Invite
USDA 1 Billion
USDA Invite
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Español - US-Canada Sea container
Español - US-Canada Sea container
Español - US-Canada Sea container
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US-Canada Sea container Cleanliness
Español - US-Canada Sea container
US-Canada Sea container Cleanliness
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Image Free Steel Identification, Classification and Trade Law Seminar - Tampa, FL
Free Steel Identification, Classification and Trade Law Seminar - Tampa, FL
This program is structured for Customhouse Broker personnel handling imported steel, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials and other U.S. Government officials interested in steel enforcement.
Image MIA Celebrates Women's Month
MIA Celebrates Women's Month
MIA Celebrates Women's Month. This week, our very own Director, Barbara Pimentel, is featured in the video. Check it out!
Image With Heavy hearts, we say goodbye to Steve Cernak
With Heavy hearts, we say goodbye to Steve Cernak
FCBF extends its condolences to Port Everglades and Mr. Cernak's family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Image A Customs Brokerage New Location
A Customs Brokerage New Location
It is with great pleasure that we announce that as of Monday, the 25th of February, A Customs Brokerage headquarters will be operating in a new facility located in the logistics hub of Miami, Doral - the premier place to live, work and play.
Image CBP’s 21st Century Customs Framework
CBP’s 21st Century Customs Framework
BP has identified six key themes for which CBP seeks public input:...
Image FCBF Legal Report – February 20, 2019
FCBF Legal Report – February 20, 2019
Trade Remedies - Congress is directing product-specific exclusions from the section 301 additional tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports. The List 3 tariffs now at 10% are scheduled to increase to