- Cargo security rules put supply chain to the test. // Frontline Solutions;Apr2003, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p8
Reports on the creation of rules regulating cargo security by the U.S. Customs Service. Prevention of the shipping line from loading containers at a foreign port; Penalties for violating the rules; Documentation of the cargo transaction.
- HFPA's Leo covers cargo security. Sloan, Carole // Home Textiles Today;11/18/2002, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p2
Focuses on the explanations of counsel Robert Leo on cargo security at the annual meeting of the Home Fashions Product Association in the U.S. Need for the Customs Service to intensify cargo security; Introduction of the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism program; Creation of...
- Joining the fight. Barnard, Bruce // JoC Week;9/2/2002, Vol. 3 Issue 35, p15
Explores the impact of the U.S. Customs Service's Container Security Initiative on European ports. Agreements signed by the U.S. to station customs agents in five European ports; Possibility of cargo diversion; Factors influencing shippers.
- Closing the Loop. Parker, John // Traffic World;12/10/2001, Vol. 265 Issue 50, p31
Focuses on the implementation of cargo security standards by the United States Customs Services. Details on an ISO 9000 for countering terrorism; Prevention of the entry of weapons for mass destruction; Customs challenges.
- Customs opens a Pandora's box. Edmonson, R.G. // Journal of Commerce (15307557);1/20/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p16
Discusses the debate about the proposal of the U.S. Customs Service to add companies that file cargo data through the Automated Manifest System to a short list of parties that the Customs authorizes to maintain shippers' confidentiality. Arguments against the proposal; Information on the U.S....
- On to other modes. Edmonson, R.G. // Journal of Commerce (15307557);1/27/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p30
Reports on the deadline given to U.S. Customs Service to publish rules governing advanced electronic cargo data reporting for all modes of transportation. Task given by the U.S. Congress to Customs in the Trade Act of 2002; Suggestion of Customs for air cargo; Cooperation of air-cargo industry...
- It's all about bonding. Edmonson, R.G. // Journal of Commerce (15307557);1/27/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p32
Reports on the effort of carriers and non-vessel-operating common carriers to file advance cargo data using the Automated Manifest System to meet U.S. Customs Service requirement for international carrier bonds by February 2, 2003. Information on foreign-based NVOs; Bonding requirements of the...
- Unintended consequence of 24-hour rule. Mongelluzzo, Bill // Journal of Commerce (15307557);2/24/2003, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p30
Focuses on the possible delay of cargo at U.S. ports due to a dispute between carriers and non-vessel operators (NVO) over in-transit bonds. Complication in the 24-hour rule on import manifests imposed by the Customs; Rule under Type 3 on ocean bonds of the Customs; Purpose of creating the...
- Safety Steps That Make Sense. Verdisco, Robert J.; Cain, Morrison G. // Retail Merchandiser;Oct2002, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p7
Reports on the opposition of Industrial Marketing Research Association (IMRA) to a cargo security proposal from the U.S. Customs Service as of October 2002. Impact of the security proposal on the retail merchandising business; Risks involved with the pursuance of the security proposal according...