What is FMC?
FMC, the full name of the Federal Maritime Commission, is the US Federal Maritime Commission, which holds all the official organizations of international shipping affairs in the United States and between the United States and the United States.
What is CBP?
CBP, the full name of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the US Customs and Border Protection Agency, is responsible for collecting tariffs and enforcing US trade, customs, and immigration laws, and is a federal law enforcement agency of the US Department of Homeland Security.
What is the difference between Demurrage and Detention, often stupid?
Demurrage, which refers to the overdue fee, is the overdue fee charged for containers that are stuck in the dock, in the yard, and that exceed the free storage period. Detention refers to the overdue demurrage fee. In the United States, also known as Per Diem, it is the return of the container that has been picked up but failed to be returned within the free container period specified by the shipping company. The shipowner will charge the corresponding demurrage fee.
What if my US inland cargo needs to be cleared at the US unloading port in advance?
For goods in the United States inland, customers can choose to clear customs at the US port of discharge and clear customs clearance in advance. Customers can apply to our company after the ship is opened, and will be cleared at the port of discharge after confirmation by the port of destination agent.
How is the weight of US inland cargo limited?
US roads and railways have strict cargo weight restrictions, and high overweight surcharges are imposed on overweight items. Due to the fact that there are usually road and rail transports in the actual transportation process in the United States, the weight limit requirements are based on the highway weight limit.
How do I apply for a counter-terrorism manifest replacement?
The anti-terrorism cabin replenishment report refers to the addition of a single ticket after the counter-terrorism manifest is reported to the whole ship and received the receipt of the whole ship. We will meet the customer's request for re-issue of anti-terrorism cabins depending on the schedule, and request an acceptance receipt within 24 hours before the ship.
What should I do if my anti-terrorism declaration is rejected?
After the anti-terrorism declaration, if the name of the product, HOUSE single report or undeclared, etc., the US Customs will not be allowed to ship the ship. After the customer re-provides accurate information, it can be re-released and shipped after being approved by the US Customs.