Starting in December, U.S. Customs wants to simplify air cargo screening.
The Americas Post.- Air cargo screening process will be simplified.
Under a new pilot program, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) the entry process for air cargo is designed to reduce the number of customs holds that delay air cargo and help give shippers a better idea of when they can take possession of their goods
Already starting in December, importers or brokers of air cargo will only have to provide thirteen data points and three optional pieces of information, instead of the current twenty-seven.
The new process, dubbed the “Simplified Entry Pilot,” is designed to…READ MORE HERE