“10+2” Filings Late 70% of Time

April 13, 2009 at 12:43 pm

U.S. importers and their agents are required to electronically file detailed data about cargo shipments 24 hours prior to vessel loading in a foreign port, but less than one-third of the documents submitted so far meet the deadline, according to the official in charge of the government security program. The news indicates that companies are still experiencing growing pains as they try to comply with the “10+2” rule that went into effect on Jan. 26 (E. Kulisch, American Shipper Namaste, April 7, 2009).

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Entry filed under: Global Business, Imports/Exports, Regulations, Trade.

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