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CBP: 10+2 Program Proposal

January 2, 2008

The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued its notice of proposed rulemaking regarding the filing of advance trade data (commonly referred to as the 10+2 program). Under this proposal, importers will have to file ten data sets at least 24 hours prior to foreign lading of the cargo and carriers will have to file an additional two data sets. All carriers (except for ships exclusively carrying cargo in bulk) would be required to submit a vessel stow plan not later than 48 hours after departure from the last foreign port. For voyages of less than 48 hours, the stow plan would be submitted prior to arrival in the first US port. If a carrier that is bringing containerized cargo into a US port creates or collects container status messages (CSM) in its equipment tracking system, then the CSM must be submitted to CBP no later than 24 hours after the CSM is entered into the carrier’s system. Comments on this proposal should be submitted by March 3. 73 Fed. Reg. 90 (HK Law)


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