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What does In-Bond shipment mean? An in-bond shipment is an imported or exported shipment that has yet to be cleared by Customs. The in-bond shipment process allows for the goods to be moved or stored by the government, even if they have not been obtained approval by Customs.
The Standard Carrier Alpha Code (SCAC) is a unique two-to-four-letter code used to identify transportation companies. SCAC codes can be obtained from the National Motor Freight Traffic Association (NMFTA), located in Alexandria, VA. You can contact them at (703) 838-1831.
The bonded carrier identification number is either the IRS number or the Customs-assigned number of the bonded carrier. This number will be validated against the automated bond file and if no CF-301, category 2 (custodial) bond is on file, the CF7512 will be rejected.
A bonded carrier is a licensed transporter that can move freight through U.S. ports of entry without paying duty on those goods or obtaining a customs release during border crossing.
A CBP 7512 form will be used by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection branch. This particular customs form is known as the Transportation Entry and Manifest of Goods form. It will be used when someone is transporting goods to the United States.
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An Immediate Transportation Entry (IT) is filed with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) when imported goods arrive at a United States port of entry to another port of entry within the United States as the final destination.
IE: Immediate Exportation - used to export merchandise from THE SAME PORT OF ORIGIN. (Moving merchandise between two shipping companies within a port of entry for export.)
3461 \u2013 Customs Release \u2013 The document we initially submit electronically to Customs, unless they request hard copies of shipping documents to review the shipment. This form is intended to speed up the release of your goods. Customs signs off on your shipment, either releasing it or designating it for exam.
To obtain an international carrier bond, trucking companies must reach out to a surety company that has been approved by the CBP. With their help, carriers complete CBP Form 301, supplying all pertinent information to secure either a \u201csingle transaction\u201d or \u201ccontinuous\u201d customs bond.
If the shipment is moving to an interior location where it will be cleared with U.S. Customs, the shipment will move on a bond type-61, or I.T. bond. Most large carriers have a bond posted with U.S. Customs that lets them transport goods moving 'In Bond'.

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