R2FACT can import the goods.
Duty and Fees —Before you can legally import any goods into the United States, the goods must arrive at a port of entry and U.S. Customs must authorize the delivery to their final destination based on the documents you file. In addition they identify the correct Harmonized Schedule (HS) number for your product, which is used to determine how much duty you must pay for the goods.
Import duty and import taxes are far and away one of the most difficult subjects for importers to master. Import duty refers to the tax an importer must pay to the US Government in order to bring foreign products into the commerce of the United States. www.import-duty.com
Shipping Method —R2FACT can manage the shipments of Full 20′, 40′ and 40′HC Containers, Less than Container Loads (LCL), Air Cargo via UPS, Fed Ex, DHL & more. We require that our brokers be Licensed & Bonded.
Customs Clearance — Customs clearance and entry processes differ from country to country. Tariff classifications, value declaration and duty management, can create confusion and increase costs. Customs and security initiatives have imposed new regulations on companies which makes it more challenging than ever to trade internationally. Customs.
Bill of Lading — A bill of lading is a document that is used to acknowledge the receipt of a shipment of goods. A transportation company or carrier issues this document to a shipper. In addition to acknowledging the receipt of goods, a bill of lading indicates the particular vessel on which the goods have been placed, their intended destination and the terms for transporting the shipment to its final destination. www.vics.org.
Rail and Trucking — Depending on what is being shipped, rail freight may be your best and least expensive mode of transportation. Rail freight and interstate trucking companies each offer advantages. Shipping freight by rail may be less expensive if your freight is near a rail head at both the point of pick up and delivery point. Rail freight is also most economical when you are shipping large and heavy freight. Intermodal Freight.
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