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by Shannon
World Cup Fever is almost upon us! Starting June 14 and running until July 15, the FIFA World Cup will be held in Russia. The good news for...

by Roanoke
Great news for the US export community: India has made a policy shift around the use of ATA Carnets! On January 18th, India began accepting ATA Carnets for the temporary import of professional equipment. Since 1990, India has only accepted ATA Carnets for goods being tempora...

by Roanoke
ATA Carnet use is growing internationally and for good reason. More and more logistics service providers and shippers are coming to understand the benefits of the carnet. Temporary importation shipments carry unique risks and challenges. Foreign countries have their own documentation requirements to clear customs and related security requirements, and they often require these documents in their...

by Roanoke
2017 has gotten off to quite a start celebrating an all-time ATA Carnet high of over 20,000 ATA Carnet documents issued in 2016. Roanoke and its partners contributed to more than half of these ATA Carnets issued in the United States. This makes Roanoke the largest ATA Carnet provide...

by Roanoke
Keeping the ATA Carnet momentum going in 2017, USCIB announced that Kazakhstan will start accepting ATA Carnets for professional equipment, commercial samples and exhibitions and fairs April 1, 20...

by Roanoke
The United States Council for International Business (USCIB) has informed us that effective April 1, 2017, all ATA Carnet Preparers that have a horse(s) entered on their general list will ...

by Roanoke
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by Roanoke
We are very excited to announce the launch of our Atlanta ATA Carnet pick-up location! We have partnered with Mullins International Solutions (MIS) to provide you with 

by Roanoke
The U.S. Council for International Business (USCIB), the U.S. appointed national guaranteeing association for ATA Carnets, announced that the ATA Carnet processing fees will increase on February 1, 2016. The

by Roanoke
The trade community is directly impacted by CBP’s importer security filing (ISF, also known as 10+2) requirements. ATA Carnet shipments are no exception, as ATA Carnets are not exempt from ISF. However, ATA Carnet shipments are exempt from posting the bond required of other shipments entering or re-entering the U.S. via ocean vessel. Except for the provision of the six digit HTSUS codes, the in...