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A Year in Review!

DTL saved clients MILLIONS of dollars in 2019. It is with great joy that we finish off 2019 celebrating our fourth anniversary! We would like to thank each of you for being an integral part of making DTL a success. This year has been filled with numerous achievements and accomplishments. We are grateful for the clients who BlogsRead More

Here’s a Recap of Part II of our #WorldTradeMonth Seminar Series for Compliance Professionals on FDA FSMA and FSVP

Yesterday, we at DTL, had the pleasure of hosting Part II of our #WorldTradeMonth Seminar Series for Compliance Professionals. The second seminar focused on FDA FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act) Compliance for Importers with expert speakers from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and industry. We had a packed house with an array of BlogsRead More

Register Now to Meet FDA’s Director of Import Operations and Maintenance – November 12, 2015

Do you need to know the current issues affecting importing and exporting for international trade professionals?  What about common compliance issues when importing food, cosmetics, and medical devices?  If you answered yes, you will not want to miss the last of our three-part seminar series that will cover these topics and much more.  Plus, members BlogsRead More

BEWARE – Liquidated Damages WILL be Imposed for 10+2 Violations

For those who thought CBP’s “measured and commonsense” approach for those that weren’t fully complying with the Importer Security Filing (ISF or 10+2) rules would last forever, think again! Effective, July 9, 2013, CBP advised it would start the liquidated damages phase of the Importer Security Filing (ISF) enforcement process. CBP will now make use of the newly BlogsRead More

File Your Petitions Timely, Or Else…

As of January 9, 2013, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is making procrastinators pay the price for filing untimely petitions that seek relief from liquidated damages. CBP amended it’s guidelines for the cancellation and mitigation of claims for liquidated damages in cases where petitioners are late in filing claims for relief. Additionally, CBP also changed BlogsRead More

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