A federal agency has ruled that an Alabama chassis manufacturing company knowingly imported chassis from China that were being marketed as having been made in a Vietnamese factory.
The Office of Trade at U.S. Customs and Border Protection is launching a testing project for a global business identifier to streamline tracking of goods in supply chains.
DB Schenker, a major logistics company owned by German rail giant Deutsche Bahn AG, suspended deliveries to the U.K. due to “significant” problems caused by post-Brexit red tape.
Household-name companies including Tesla Inc. and Kraft Heinz Co. are racing to avoid a Brexit crisis at year-end, as a shortage of customs brokers threatens their ability to move goods between Britain and the European Union.
Platinum Equity has acquired Livingston International, a Toronto-based firm that specializes in customs brokerage, freight forwarding and trade consulting, according to the Beverly Hills, Calif., investment firm.
Members of a coalition of truckers, chemical manufacturers, and other trade groups are in discussions with U.S. customs officials over a yet-to-be-enforced, controversial requirement that motor carriers and exporters stipulate on electronic manifests the amount of residual chemicals left inside cargo and portable tank containers when returning from deliveries in Canada and Mexico.