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Customs Brokerage Documents (Import)

Most commonly required documents for international shipments.

Affidavit of Manufacture

Used to back up a claim of U.S. Manufacture when clearing goods through U.S. Customs. 

Blanket NAFTA certificate of Origin

This document is used to provide proof of manufacture in either Mexico, Canada or the U.S. Can be used for a single or several shipments. Validity can be up to one year. 

Brokerage Questionnaire

Form that collects data from importers about their products, how they operate and interact with customs and other government agencies.  

Customs Entry & Record Keeping Checklist

A checklist to confirm your compliance with the U.S. Customs record keeping regulations.

Commercial Invoice Checklist

U.S. Customs requires these nine elements be listed on an invoice. To clear shipments through U.S. Customs follow steps listed below:

  • Describe the item clearly
  • List the quantity
  • State the value (either price paid, or estimated value based on other considerations.) Give both the value in foreign currency and U.S. dollars
  • Country of Origin (where the item was made)
  • Where it was purchased
  • List the name of the business or person selling the merchandise
  • List the location of the business or person selling the merchandise
  • List the name and address of business or person buying the merchandise, and if different from the importer
  • List the U.S. address of the person or business the goods are

Declaration by Shipper Invoice 1 (form)

Declaration by Shipper Invoice 2 (form) 

Incoterms Chart 2010

This document shows who is responsible for ownership, cost, risk and insurance (shipper or receiver) in various scenarios from factory-to-door. 

ISF Worksheet

U.S Customs requires the filing of these data elements with them for security purpose no later than 24 hours before departure of the freight to the U.S.

Non-Reimbursement Certificate

Certification by the importer that confirms they have not been reimbursed by a manufacturer, a producer or a seller for anti-dumping or countervailing duty. 

Ocean Container Inspection Checklist

When a container arrives to the loading station, all the parts have to be checked, confirming it is safe to use and no damage or security issue has occurred.

Power of Attorney (POA)

Allows DSV Air & Sea to represent clients before U.S. customs. 

Truck and Trailer Container Inspection Checklist  

When a container arrives to the loading station, all the parts have to be checked, confirming it is safe to use and no damage or security issue has occurred.

Credit Application

Document allowing the DSV accounting department to establish credit for clients.


 

 

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