Wednesday, April 1, 2015

ACE CARGO RELEASE

ACE Cargo Release Available Now at All Air, Rail and Ocean Ports, Soon at All Truck Ports

Thursday, April 02, 2015
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has provided the following update on the availability of ACE cargo release processing.
ModePortsAvailable NowComing Soon
AirAll ports as of Feb. 23- entry types 01, 03 and 11
- corrections and cancellations
- in-bonds
- partial quantities
- split shipments
- certified from summary*
- participating government agency data
- remote location filing
OceanAll ports as of March 23- entry types 01, 03 and 11
- corrections and cancellations
- in-bonds
- partial quantities
- split shipments
- unified importer security filing
- certified from summary*
- PGA data
- RLF
RailAll ports as of March 30- entry types 01, 03 and 11
- corrections and cancellations
- in-bonds
- partial quantities
- split shipments
- certified from summary*
- PGA data
- RLF
TruckCurrently:
Blaine, Wash. Brownsville, Texas
Buffalo, N.Y.
Champlain, N.Y.
Detroit, Mich.
Del Rio, Texas
Eagle Pass, Texas
El Paso, Texas
Laredo, Texas
Nogales, Ariz.
Port Huron, Mich.
Future:
All ports as of April 13
- entry types 01, 03 and 11
- corrections and cancellations
- in-bonds
- partial bills of lading
- split shipments
- certified from summary*
- PGA data
- RLF
- FAST, BRASS or Automated Line Release
- immediate delivery submissions
- entries for merchandise that by its nature must arrive on more than one conveyance
* Available for use in production after successful CERT testing. No OGA or PGA data can be submitted on an entry summary certified for cargo release at this time.
CBP states that those filers not yet set up for ACE cargo release should (a) check with their software vendors to make sure they are certified for it and (b) contact their assigned ABI client representative once advised by the software vendor that they are ready to file.