Import Security Filing 10+2
(Updated: January 13, 2010)
DHL is committed to providing our customers with continued updates on the proposed Import Security Filing / 10+2 by CBP. As U.S. Customs and Border protection move to the enforcement phase commencing on January 26, 2010, this letter serves as an important reminder of what is needed for DHL to correctly process your ISF 10+2 files.
DHL will act as your ISF filing agent. We will be relying on the importer or your vendors to provide accurate and timely information. DHL will not be responsible if given inaccurate or untimely information. Should you have any questions please contact your local DHL representative. Our standard terms and conditions can be viewed at http://www.dhl-dgf.com.
The interim Final rule for Importer Security Filing (ISF/10+2) requires the importer to submit at least eight of the ten data elements in advance of the vessel loading with cargo destined to the United States. This includes cargo that is moving to the border on a CF7512 IT.