Our Customs and Participating Government Agencies Services will ensure that your shipments are moving fully compliant with consideration to all applicable regulations
RIM’s clients benefit from our personal service and state-of-the-art technology to facilitate import and export declarations to U.S. Customs and other Participating Government Agencies. Our team of professional compliance specialists will assist your company in complying with existing government regulations and proactively prepare you for the continuous rules and regulations changes in the future.
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Our team of experienced import specialists, led by U.S. Customs Licensed Brokers, will guide you through the import process beginning with the Importer Security Filing (ISF/”10+2″), all the way to the final delivery.
We believe the Broker – Importer relationship should be a partnership to ensure your import transactions are compliant with regulatory requirements to eliminate the risk for penalty and complications. We pride ourselves on superior customer service and our ability to guide our clients through the clearance process, so you can focus on your growing business.
The RIM logistics, ltd. Import Compliance program is managed by a dedicated team of Licensed Customs Brokers at the corporate level, as well as on the branch level. We place an extreme focus on compliance of import shipments to ensure that freight is moving with all government regulations fully adhered to, allowing you to rest easy.
In addition to general import inquires, we can provide additional services including but not limited to:
At RIM logistics, ltd., we understand that Export Compliance is more than just filing the Electronic Export Information (EEI) accurately and timely. Our dedicated Export Compliance team that consists of designated Certified Export Specialists (C.E.S.) ensures that both RIM and our clients comply fully with the various U.S. government export regulations.
Our export compliance team can assist your company in shipments involving the Department of Commerce, the Department of State, the U.S. Treasury Department and other government agencies.
Additional services include: