ACE eBond

Due to the implementation of the ACE eBond system which will be effective January 3, 2015, CBP will be required to establish a cut-off time for submissions of new continuous bonds to be processed in ACE. So what is the ACE eBond? Any new continuous […]

U.S Customs – Focus for our International Trade

Gil Kerlikowske, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner, starts his campaign with some changes that will expedite “at-the-border trade processes” and enhance global security.  He plans to continue what has already been put in place and really focus on executing trade more efficiently.  Three Areas […]

ACE Updates

Next ACE Deployment Set for April 5, Will Include Cargo Release and Export Changes excerpt from  Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report  |  Wednesday, March 19, 2014 U.S. Customs and Border Protection is planning to implement on April 5 additional capabilities within the Automated Commercial […]

ACE – The Evolution of Trade Processing

If you are currently importing into the United States and you have not heard of “ACE,” or you have only heard of ACE as an online reporting tool, you are probably working with a Customs Broker that has not yet transitioned to transmitting their entries […]

The Modern U.S. Customs Broker

For 10 years we’ve been hearing about U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) changing their system from its legacy system the Automated Commercial System (ACS) to the modern Automated Commercial Environment (ACE).  For the most part that transition is moving forward in short sprints thanks […]

CBP Thanks Scarbrough

1 of 20 U.S. Customs Brokers Since 2009, Scarbrough has been leading the way with our ACE capabilities.   Scarbrough takes pride in being selected to be 1 of 20 U.S. Customs Brokers across the country to participate in the Simplified Entry Pilot Program, which was […]