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Logistics News

Welcome to the section of DHL.com dedicated to bringing you the latest news from the world of logistics, all in one place. Please select the news area most relevant to your business.
As of June 15, 2016, all electronic entries and entry summaries of goods subject to U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) import requirements must be filed via U.S. Customs Automated Commercial Environment (ACE).
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Free Webcast: July 28, 2016 at 2:00 PM EST On July 23, 2016 we are scheduled to reach another milestone in U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) transition to the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE).
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According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), a lack of compliance, standardization, accountability and transparency industry-wide in the air transport supply chain led to a significant reduction in global air cargo pharma transport from 2000...
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Ocean shipping remains one of the safest and cost effective modes of transportation in the world. With the evolution of larger ships and the varying port infrastructure that moves commerce around the globe, the 171 member nation International Maritime Organization...
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In a contract of sale, INCOTERMS define the tasks, costs, and risks involved with the delivery of goods from sellers to buyers. It is important for companies to know how to correctly determine and apply INCOTERMS in order to have clear understanding of their...
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Ocean freight transport has gained in importance within the Life Sciences and Healthcare sector during the last two years. The worldwide share of this transport mode is projected to grow from five percent in 2013 to 25 percent in 2016. Based on an increasing...
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DHL Global Forwarding would like you to be aware of the next mandatory Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) deadline.
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The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is the United States’ largest bi-lateral free trade agreement. Claiming NAFTA duty preference on imports can result in substantial duty savings; however, importers must remember there are also risks and responsibilities...
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As an Importer of Record it is important for you to understand what your liabilities are beyond just paying the duties on the goods you import. It is also your responsibility to ensure that all the data submitted on your Customs entry is correct, maintain proper...
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DHL Global Forwarding would like you to be aware of the fast-approaching mandatory Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) deadline. On March 31, entry summaries with no Partner Government Agency (PGA) data for entry types 01, 03, 11, 23, 51 and 52 must be filed...
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Free webcast: March 24, 2016 at 2:00 PM EST It is important for importers to understand that, just because their U.S. Customs entry is filed with duty paid, it does not mean that their responsibility or liability is over. Both Customs and the importer must verify...
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On February 24, 2016, the President signed into law the Trade Facilitation and Enforcement Act of 2015.
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As part of the upcoming Trans-Pacific Maritime Conference 2016 being held by the Journal of Commerce (JOC) in California at the end of this month, we have been conducting a series of educational webcasts to provide customers with valuable logistics insights....
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The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has issued an additional security directive for all air freight consignments bound for the United States. The objective of the security declaration is to ensure that the airline receives confirmation...
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As part of the upcoming Transpacific Maritime Conference being held by the Journal of Commerce (JOC) in California at the end of this month, we want to provide you with valuable knowledge through a series of free webcasts. This third webcast comes by popular...
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Five New Year’s Logistics Resolutions for 2016 This year is already into full swing, with lots of activity and industry-changing movements on the horizon. New technology is changing the way we work, new products and solutions are becoming available to customers...
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Leading up to the Transpacific Maritime Conference being held by the Journal of Commerce in Long Beach, California in February 2016, we have prepared a series of free webcasts that will provide a deeper understanding of highly relevant logistics topics that...
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Growing challenges of moving freight in the U.S. drives demand for speedy solutions In October the U.S. Transportation Secretary, Anthony Foxx, issued a draft National Freight Strategic Plan (NFSP), which is comprised of significant policy proposals and solutions...
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Customers need to make decisions about their shipments in real-time and in order to provide an even faster way to track cold chain shipments DHL Global Forwarding recently introduced its new LifeTrack mobile app. The free application grants users on-the-go access...
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DHL Global Forwarding celebrates its 200th anniversary this year and it is because of great customers like you. Back in 1815, the history of yellow-branded logistics started with Louis Danzas establishing “Danzas,” which would become a worldwide renowned shipping...
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The logistics industry faces many challenges and leading up to the Transpacific Maritime Conference being held by the Journal of Commerce in Long Beach, California in February 2016, we have prepared a series of free webcasts that will provide a deeper understanding...
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The freight forwarding market is directly impacted by highly volatile oil prices, freight rates and the uncertain global economic situation. By drawing upon the expertise of industry experts, companies can be better prepared to predict and develop business strategies...
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Proper tariff classification is vital to ensure that you do not over or under pay duties. Additionally, proper tariff classification will help you determine if there are any potential special requirements or liabilities involved with importing your product....
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With forecasts calling for no rain for the next several days, and water lines receding significantly, the situation in South Carolina has greatly improved. Our swiftly executed contingency plan is working as designed and has proven successful in minimizing any...
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Hurricane Joaquin has brought unprecedented flooding and storm damage to the area in and around DHL’s Customs brokerage processing facility in Columbia, SC (CAE). All DHL personnel in the area have checked in and are safe and sound. CAE is currently operating...
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Knowing current customs laws and regulations can stop you from becoming one of the thousands of businesses facing delays each year. Significant delays not only upset customers, but they also cost importers more money associated with exam costs, fines, and detention...
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Stopping the flow of goods that infringe upon U.S. intellectual property rights (IPRs) is a priority for the U.S. government. Importers of goods that contain trademarks, copyrights, or patents of other entities must use care in ensuring the goods are authentic...
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Air freight flowing in both directions across the Pacific is projected to grow at an average rate of 5.4% per year over the next 20 years. According to the World Air Cargo Forecast conducted by Boeing between 2014-2015, the Asia-North America market represents...
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DHL Global Forwarding is committed to meeting the November 1, 2015 mandatory Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) deadline for filing releases and entries for U.S. imports and their associated Participating Government Agency (PGA) requirements. We would like...
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Customs and Border Protection now accepting C-TPAT applications for Exporters U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) is now accepting applications from exporters for participation in the Customs-Trade Partnership against Terrorism (C-TPAT). This effort is consistent...
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