U.S. said cracking down on furniture importers

Combs, Heath E.
August 2007
Furniture/Today;8/27/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 50, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports on the inquiry by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection on the compliance of the furniture industry with trade security laws. Lawyer Rob Pisani warns the sector during the Global Supply Chain Management Conference of American Home Furnishings Alliance. He urges the company to establish import compliance programs, create a program that documents the flow of import and participate in Importer Self Assessment which is a voluntary Customs Partnership against terrorism. INSET: How importers can help Customs protect U.S. borders.


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