- Simple export files.
- Landed Cost files.
- Korean, Icelandic, and English versions of each available for SAP
As many of you know, there is a Customs Info mobile app available for free download. The app is called Ci Mobile and it works on all Apple and Android tablets and smart devices. We just released Ci Mobile version 2.0 which includes the addition of Denied Party Lookup and iPad/tablet support.
Ci Mobile 2.0 enables users to:
Customs Info's GTIM tab has included a January 2012 update for MX, however it is NOT the WCO2012 changes.MX will not move to the 2012 nomenclature for some time, depending on when they approve it.There were two new HS codes ( chapter 98 - special stuff ) and many rate changes. ( general and other rate changes )
With all of the 2012 changes that are impacting businesses using GTS, we wanted to provide an update that will recap what we have delivered so far and what you can expect in the near future. As always we are dependent on these countries releasing the information to us in order for us to start our process.
Please be advised that yesterday's Federal Register Notice made changes to the Commerce Control list. Updated versions of the XML files are now ready to be picked up.The following is a list of ECCN's affected:-1/9/2012Vol. 77, No.
The ReValidator™ is a module that is integrated directly into the Global Trade Desktop so that users can effectively maintain country tariffs as they change at different times around the world.
Do you have HS codes that have expired?
With the WCO 2012 HS reform, there comes many changes:
CI Search was updated last night to include the interim 2012 HTS changes published on the HTS homepage.
GTIM tab will be updated later tonight tonight.
It is worth repeating that this is not the new "WCO 2012" changes, it's only the 2012 Interim update till those other bigger changes take affect later in January. AKA: nomenclature follows the old 2007-2011 WCO nomenclature.
Canada Harmonized Tariff Schedule (HTS) changes are now reflected in Customs Info.
GTS data on the way
The GTS data is now in testing and are anticipated to be released in a couple of days.
As many of you are aware the United States has delayed the effective date of their published 2012 changes. In our efforts to be proactive we had provided our SAP GTS customers an update reflecting these expected changes at the end of November. With this latest development it is necessary for us to send you an update for the United States extending the dates for the codes that were expected to expire at the end of 2011 and to change the effective dates of the new codes.