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Wondering about freight rates, documentation requirements or NSAs or have other questions about shipping product? We’ve compiled the questions we are asked most frequently in one convenient place.
TSC offers rates that are all in from a door loading facility, rail ramp or port. Our rates usually include all components of ocean freight, unless otherwise specified. Typically, TSC’s rates are subject to destination charges but can be inclusive of those charges, if necessary.
TSC Container Freight is a business of Scoular. Due to the nature of our business, our staff, documents and computer systems are separate from those of other Scoular employees. TSC takes pride in its discretion and professionalism.
An NSA is a contractual agreement between TSC and our clients to provide ocean freight rates that are not visibly filed in the FMC tariff. NSAs allow TSC to offer diverse rates for the same trade lane. An NSA is tied to a Minimum Quantity Commitment (MQC).
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Please provide us with some background information by completing the International Customer Reference Form.
We have the ability to eliminate import freight risk for our clients and have answers to frequently asked questions. Please see your sales representative for more details.
We recommend whenever you export or import that the cargo is insured to the fullest extent it can be. Too often companies engaging in the logistics arena assume too great a risk relative to the low cost of insurance. This is not the exposure that you have to take. We can help by offering a marine cargo policy that is right for your business. Please ask your TSC contact today.
Read an article that helps define and illustrate the risk here.
The Automated Export System (AES) is a computer system that collects Electronic Export Information (EEI). In many cases, the law requires you to report EEI for goods exported from the United States and its territories.
In the United States, numbers used to classify exported products are called “Schedule B” numbers. Every item that is exported is assigned a unique 10-digit identification code, which is administered by the U.S. Census Bureau. To find the Schedule B number associated with your product, please go to: https://www.census.gov/foreign-trade/schedules/b/2020/index.html
The following Schedule B search engine is a recommended resource only. TSC is not liable for errors in product selection: http://uscensus.prod.3ceonline.com/#/p=0
A relatively small percentage of the total exports to the U.S. require a license from the U.S. government. The governing body that is responsible for implementing and enforcing the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) is the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).
You, as the exporter, must determine whether your export requires a license by considering:
To find out more about export licenses, please go to: http://www.bis.doc.gov/licensing/exportingbasics.htm
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