Fast Track Worldwide Logistics professionals understand the need for prompt clearance and quick release of your cargo. We take every precaution to ensure that both customs and other government agency requirements are met without exception. Import clearance coordination and documentation services, including all government agencies, are offered to customers transporting products into the U.S.A.
Importer Security Filing (ISF) is a new requirement of the US Customs and Border Protection Agency, applied only to vessel arriving shipments. The primary role of this new requirement is to improve the security of the United States of America by identifying high risk shipments, and preventing any unauthorized cargo coming to our shores. Importers or their agents are now required to transmit additional data elements to CBP either via the Automated Broker Interface (ABI) or the Automated Manifest System (AMS) at least 24-hours prior to cargo laden on board an ocean vessel destined to the United States. Fast Track partners with you to ensure all the data required by U.S. Customs and Border Protection for your Importer Security Filing is correct, and complete, every time, on time.
Remote Location Filing (RLF) is a special level of clearance defined by US Customs and Border Protection as allowing approved Customs Brokers or importers to submit electronic entry data for clearance from a location other than the port of arrival. This allows for one point of contact for all of your clearances throughout the USA. Fast Track can answer all of your questions in regards to electronic entry data for clearance.
U.S. Customs allows the clearance of freight while in the air and destined for a U.S. port. Fast Track provides “wheels-up” service to expedite the clearance process and allows for same day delivery. By using “wheels-up”, cargo is cleared prior to arrival at the U.S. point of entry.