Streamline Your U.S. Trade

Our US customs consulting services take a critical eye to your trade program by uncovering missed opportunities and presenting new ideas to improve the flow of goods within your supply chain, while ensuring that the risk is minimized.


Harmonized Tariff System Classification

The Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States Annotated (HTSA) provides the applicable tariff rates and statistical categories for all merchandise imported into the United States; it is based on the International Harmonized System, the global system of nomenclature that is used to describe most world trade in goods.

Harmonized Tariff / Valuation Appeals

Harmonized Tariff System Classification and Customs Valuation. Accurate tariff classification and Customs valuation of goods are critical elements when importing into the United States

Duty Rates and Trade Agreements

Excise duty is duty levied on goods manufactured in, or imported into, Singapore. The duties are based on ad valorem or specific rates.

U.S. Customs Compliance Audit

A compliance audit involves the reviewing of written procedures, records and documents, as well as interviewing of personnel responsible for various activities that affect information submitted to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The objective is to determine if the information is sufficient to comply with the current regulations. Where a low or inadequate level of compliance is uncovered, written recommendations are made to bring it to an acceptable level.

Customs Manuals and Documentation Preparation

It is important to ensure that the information on all your documents is consistent and accurate, starting with the Commercial Invoice. All international shipments, regardless of value, require a Commercial Invoice. The Commercial Invoice is the foundation for all other documents and is the first international shipping document you should complete. The information provided on other documents must correspond with the Commercial Invoice.