Vessel Cargo Manifest Information - Confidentiality Protection

Thursday, January 09, 2003
The U.S. Customs Service is proposing to amend its regulations to provide that, in addition to the importer or consignee, parties that electronically transmit vessel cargo manifest information directly to Customs 24 or more hours before cargo is laden aboard the vessel at a foreign port may request confidentiality with respect to the name and address of the importer or consignee, related marks and identification numbers that reveal their names and addresses, and the names and addresses of their shippers. Comments on this proposal must be submitted by February 10, 2003. 68 Fed. Reg. 1173 Source: HK Law
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