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Many questions can be answered by reviewing our FAQs found below. If you still have questions or need additional help, feel free to call us at 1-877-437-0724 or send an email to info@acfgl.com.

Yes, ACF Global Logistics can clear your shipments anywhere in the United States. To do so we must have the commercial invoice and the truckers contact information in advance so we can coordinate the necessary information with the designated trucker. The trucking company will help us set up PARS (Pre Arrival Release System) for any shipment that is going from the United States into Canada or PAPS aka Shipment Control Number (Pre Arriving Processing System) for shipments coming into the United States.
An importer number is usually the Internal Revenue Service IRS number that is assigned to the business. If no IRS employer identification number has been assigned you may use your social security number for any paperwork that might require an importer number. If neither of the above numbers is assigned we can file on your behalf a CB form 5106.
Any shipment that is either formal or informal is subject to the Merchandise Processing Fee. Formal entries are for shipments that have a commercial valued at $2,000 or more with a few exceptions valued at $250.00. The MPF for merchandise that is formally entered or released is subject to an ad valorem fee of .21 percent. This is based upon the value of the merchandise that is being imported, excluding the duty, freight and insurance. The MPF shall not exceed $485 and should not be less than $25. The MPF for Informal shipments ranges from $2.00 to $9.00 per shipment.
Customs bonds are required for all formal entries that enter the U.S. Territory. The determination of the bond is the value of the shipment and the cost of the duty import into the U.S.

Another determining factor to the value of the Customs bond is if any commodity that enters the U.S. needs any of the following agencies (CDC, USDA, FDA, Fish & Wildlife etc...) would require 3 times the value of the entered value.
Yes, in order to meet Customs guidelines you must notify your broker so we can update the Customs computer on a CF 5106 form.
Security surcharge was imposed by all the airlines for extra security measures that the Transportation Security Administration established after 9/11.