Are you aware of the new Destination Control Statement?

Effective November 15, 2016, an exporter must incorporate the new harmonized “Destination Control Statement” (DCS) as an integral part of the commercial invoice for tangible ... Read More

Korean Shipping Giant’s Downfall Leads to a New Joint Venture by Japan’s Largest Lines

The fallout from Hanjin combined with lackluster cargo demand, over capacity, bottoming oil prices and historic low container freight rates drove the decision to merge ... Read More

Normalized Relations with Cuba Progress as the U.S. lifts more Regulations

After the first U.S. commercial flight landed in Cuban in over 50 years, normalized relations between the U.S. and Cuba are moving at a fast ... Read More

OCEAN Alliance Came into Effect on Monday, October 24, 2016

October 21, 2016 | The Federal Maritime Commission Newsroom | John K. DeCrosta The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has concluded its review of the proposed ... Read More

New AD/CV Duty Evasion Enforcement Could Spell Trouble for Importers

OCEANAIR is cautioning importers take the initial steps to avoid getting caught up in the expanded powers of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), especially ... Read More

Delayed deepening of Boston’s port could cost New England ships

Blair Miller & Jason Solowski | Fox 25 WFXT A major plan to deepen the waters of the port in Boston could reduce prices on ... Read More

VGM enforcement steps up a gear

Will Waters | Friday, 30 September 2016 The organization, a long-time champion of the cause of safer container transport and a leading insurer of the international ... Read More

FDA Updates Food Product Categories for Facility Registrations

Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report  The Food and Drug Administration has updated the food product categories that foreign and domestic facilities that manufacture, process, ... Read More