In order to pick up and deliver your shipments, you need to submit your document (commercial invoice, packing list, bill of lading, etc.) to U.S. Customs to get customs clearance on your shipments. eTon Customs Broker can transmit your document electronically to U.S. Customs and get it released quickly.
The importer of record is responsible for paying customs duty when their goods are imported in the U.S.A. eTon Customs Broker can help you to pay duty to U.S. Customs through our Customs ACH, which is a part of our services in clearing your goods.
In the United States, knowing how to calculate the customs duty charged on your imported goods is a very important process. We can help you determine the tariffs and duty rates of your goods so that you can accurately estimate your costs.
This rule applies to imported cargo arriving in the United States by vessel. You must have a bond in place and transmit the ISF no less than 24 hours before the cargo is loaded on the vessel. eTon Customs Broker can help you get an ISF bond and transmit the ISF on time to avoid the Customs penalty.
Customs bonds are required by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) for every shipment imported in the U.S.A. You have the option of obtaining a "single entry" or "continuous bond". The type of bond you elect to obtain ultimately depends on how often you import into the United States. eTon Customs Broker can help you obtain a customs bond through a surety licensed by U.S. Department of Treasury.