Tag: supply chain

CBP Ramping Up Enforcement On In-Bond Movement and Usage

As a customer broker holding a national permit, Sobel Network Shipping can clear arriving cargo at any port of entry in the United States. The port of entry – for Customs’ purposes – is the port where the entrance is submitted and released. This can be either the port where the vessel arrives – New […]

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Referência no ramo de logística, Sobel Network Shipping adquire a Sunshine Services International

Empresa com 25 anos de mercado se une à Sobel visando fortalecer e aumentar as exportações Nova York – A Sobel Network Shipping Co., Inc., empresa que atua no ramo de importação e exportação com sede em Nova York e com filiais em Miami, Orlando e Chicago, acaba de adquirir a Sunshine Services International, Inc. […]

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Sobel Network Shipping Co., Inc. acquires Sunshine Services International., Inc.

Twenty-five year old company joins Sobel with focus on bolstering exports ROCKVILLE CENTRE AND JAMAICA, NY – APRIL 15, 2021 Sobel Network Shipping Co., Inc., a customs broker and freight forwarder headquartered in New York with locations in Miami, Orlando and Chicago announces the acquisition of Sunshine Services International., Inc. an airline GSA with an […]

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Regulatory Roundup: News out of FDA & CPSC

While Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is the most visible and well-known enforcement presence for imported goods, they work in tandem with multiple regulatory agencies. Those agencies are called “Participating Government Agencies,” or PGA for short. When Sobel transmits information about an arriving shipment on behalf of an importer, we are providing not just the […]

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The Suez Aftermath

A week ago Monday, nobody outside of cargo owners and logistics professionals who knew the name “Ever Given” had the slightest clue that TEU means “Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit” and likely couldn’t find the Suez Canal on a map. But last Tuesday, the grounding of the 20,000 TEU ship captured the world’s attention, drove up oil […]

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Combate ao trabalho forçado deve ser prioridade para importadores

Desde 2015, quando foi aprovado o  Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA), as agências governamentais americanas passaram a dar mais atenção a diversas questões ligadas ao comércio internacional. O combate ao trabalho forçado (Forced labor) passou a ser uma das prioridades pelo U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). Tanto na administração anterior quanto agora, […]

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Forced labor as a priority issue for importers

In 2015, the passage of the Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act (TFTEA) brought a renewed interest and focused by Customs and other government agencies on many issues. Forced labor was a key area the agency cited that would receive greater attention, and since passage, the agency has taken several significant steps in this area. In both the previous […]

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How a 3PL Can Elevate Your Food and Beverage Logistics Operations

The shipping and supply of food and beverage is a complicated process that involves a lot of moving pieces and changing variables. Companies that are looking to improve the shipping and logistics processes of their food and beverage products should consider outsourcing their operations to a third-party logistics provider (3PL). Finding the perfect requires a […]

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First Sale

For logistics managers and supply chain officers responsible for their company’s overall transportation spend, 2020 and 2021 have proven to be difficult to highly impossible. Whether port congestion, astronomical rates, or lack of equipment, the ability to move cargo at forecast landed costs has evaporated. Added to these costs are additional duties for trade remedy […]

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