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CBP Answers USMCA Questions

CBP Answers USMCA Questions

The U.S. – Mexico – Canada Agreement (USMCA) entered into force on July 1, 2020, replacing the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The North American Strategy for Competitiveness (NASCO) is hosting an informational call with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to answer USMCA Compliance-related questions.

CBP USMCA Compliance

CBP USMCA Compliance Training

CBP has prepared a collection of compliance guidance resources to facilitate the private sectors’ preparations for compliance with this new trade agreement. These compliance guidance resources include USMCA implementing instructions, pre-recorded webinars walking through the differences between NAFTA and the USMCA, fact sheets, and other resources. CBP has also launched a USMCA Center to coordinate CBP’s implementation of this Agreement, ensuring a smooth transition with consistent and comprehensive guidance to our internal and external stakeholders.

CBP will also be providing informational briefings to trade associations and industry groups regarding the USMCA, providing an overview of the agreement and highlighting the informational resources and points of contact.

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If you have specific questions you’d like addressed, please send them by July 14, 2020 to jennifer@nasconetwork.com and reference the USCBP USMCA webinar on July 16. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Other Training

If you missed it, Scarbrough hosted its own webinar on USMCA. Click here to view the recording, download the powerpoint, download a certificate of origin template, listen to the podcast on the go, and gain quick access to helpful links.


Free USMCA Consulting

Our team of North American Supply Chain experts and Customs brokers are here to help.  Please email consulting@scarbrough-intl.com or fill out the form before for a FREE 30-minute consultation.

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About Scarbrough Group of Companies

Scarbrough, headquartered in Kansas City with local presence in every major port in the world, is a complete international and domestic supply chain service provider, offering U.S., Mexico, and Canada Customs brokerage, Import & Export Transportation Solutions, Domestic brokerage and asset-based trucking, Warehouse Fulfillment services, Trade Compliance Consulting, Large Equipment and Project Cargo moves, as well as Parcel Audit Savings.  Scarbrough is widely known for its trade experts, free training, personalized customer service, and customized solutions.  Since 1984, Scarbrough has continued to satisfy its clients by following its motto on a daily basis: “It is our job to make your job easier.”  Moreover, our team of experts is available at your disposal.  We offer free 20 minute consultations on any topic from supply chain optimization and duty savings opportunities to the basics, helping to guide new importers and exporters as they jump into the world of global trade.

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