Governmental Notices for April 7 through 13, 2018

In addition to CBP’s deployment next week of a new class code in ACE for coffee imported into Puerto Rico, the following governmental notices may be of interest to our members and the trade:

APHIS’ Rules regarding Imports of Lemons from Chile into the Continental United States and the Updating of Communicable Animal Disease Provisions by removing references to the animal disease rinderpest and Proposed Rule addressing the Branding Requirements for Bovines Imported Into the United States from Mexico;

CBP’s Regulation Broadening The Definition of Importer Security Filing Importer for specific shipments to include NVOCCs or the Goods’ Owner, Purchaser, Consignee, Or Agent Such As A Licensed Customs Broker, and the Rule Pertaining to the Expansion of the Geographical Limits of the Port of Entry of Savannah, Georgia, Notices of Commercial Gauger and Laboratory Accreditations and Approvals and current Bulletin containing the latest Copyright, Trademark, and Trade Name Recordations, as well as the latest ABI messages;

CPSC and FDA Recalls and Consumer Updates;

FTC’s various Comment Requests;

OFAC’s Notice of the Blocking of Persons and Properties;

FTZ Board current notices;

ITA Notices of the Antidumping or Countervailing Duty Investigations, Orders or Reviews, as well as updates on Determinations, Investigations and Complaints on merchandise such as Certain Uncoated Paper From Indonesia and Steel Wheels from China;

USTR’s Notice of: List of Countries Denying Fair Market Opportunities for Government-Funded Airport Construction Projects;

California’s latest 60 Day Notices on items such as, but not limited to, certain Gingerbread Cookies, Vinyl/PVC Tape Measure Straps and a Blue Mug; and,

Canada’s latest Antidumping and Consumer Alert & Recall notices.     

Members wishing to learn more about any of these items are encouraged to review details on the Gemini Member Site, or to contact the Gemini team.