CBP Commissioner Highlights 2015 Trade and Enforcement Statistics
- CBP processed more than $2.4 trillion in trade and more than $1.5 trillion worth of exported goods.
- CBP processed approximately 33 million entries and collected approximately $46 billion in duties, taxes and other fees, the highest total in five years.
- CBP collected more than $37 billion in duties, up 6.6 percent from FY 2014.
- Special programs and free trade agreements represented approximately 27 percent of total U.S. imports by value.
- CBP processed more than 26.3 million imported cargo containers, up 2.7 percent from FY 2014.
- The Commercial Targeting and Analysis Center, a collection of 11 federal agencies with a shared interest in the prevention, preemption, deterrence and investigation of violations of import laws, initiated 368 seizures of unsafe imported products (up 107 percent from FY 2014) with a gross manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $24 million.
- $10.1 billion worth of imported goods were subject to antidumping and/or countervailing duties and CBP collected $1.2 billion in AD/CV deposits.
- CBP and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement seized commodity shipments with a domestic value of more than $5 million for AD/CV violations.
- CBP conducted 92 audits of importers of commodities subject to AD or CV duties and identified $69 million in AD/CV discrepancies, with $5.4 million collected to date.