Kaixzhun Logistics can provide you with as much or as little assistance as your business requires. By utilizing our "integrated logistics" systems, you can combine our extensive logistics expertise with a variety of custom information technology platforms - enabling a comprehensive management solutions system. However, if you already have existing relationships in place, we are comfortable working with your current partners; and will do our best to integrate all services efficiently.
Did you know that if a vessel takes on severe damage that YOU the cargo owner of freight on that vessel are responsible for paying the pro-rata share of the vessel repair? Over the years, we have heard too many stories where cargo owners did not properly assess their risk and, consequently, lost their total investment.
Kaixzhun Logistics can give you a logistic risk assessment that will inform you of the options you have in case of supply chain losses, it is part of our commitment to customer service. If you would like to have a better understanding of your logistics risk please contact one of our in-house insurance specialists - a few minutes can give you lasting peace of mind.
We can assist you with the following services/programs that will help ensure your company’s compliance with the correct government agency. Did you know that CBP will begin the liquidated damages phase of ISF enforcement on July 9, 2013, adding to the use of manifest holds and non-intrusive inspections to enforce ISF compliance. In order to achieve maximum compliance with the least amount of disruption to the trade and to domestic port operations, CBP has been applying a measured and commonsense approach to enforcement.
In an effort to assist you in preventing any infractions we cover all materials dealing with the: Import Security Filing (ISF) Compliance Matrix. Specifically we will assist you with the following: Automated ISF Compliance Reporting (TAC detailed KPI - Report Card); Single Shipment Discrepancy Reports. Ensure your compliance with the C-TPAT program; Importer Self-Assessment (ISA) Program; Record Keeping Requirements; Pre-Classification of all Imported/Exported Products; Product Line Reviews and Internal Audit Process Reviews; (OGA) Assessment and (FDA/FCC/FWS/DOT/EPA/Etc.); Development & Application of all Customs Trade Preference Programs. Compliance can be made simple, don’t find out the hard way how costly non-compliance can be!
The following are just some of the services we provide for your U.S. Customs Entry needs: Import (HTS) Classifications; Binding Rulings; Advice on Trade Preference Programs; Protest Filing; Complete Inbound Management Programs; Customs Bonds; Cargo Insurance; All Post Entry work; Protest preparation and filing.Follow-up on liquidation issues. Visibility to critical information regarding your imports and exports.
We aren’t happy to simply push your products through customs, but offer a customized analysis of your purchasing patterns to find the most efficient, cost effective approach. Solutions could include using a Bonded Warehouse Facilities, Foreign Trade Zones, Drawback Programs or even evaluating relationships with Buying/Selling Agents, Manufacturers, Licensees. Find out today what we might be able to do for you!.
From origin to destination we specialize in cleansing and converting your shipping documents into easily accessible data. In order to facilitate your ability to make accurate decisions, we maintain a Data Entry Center in Shenzhen China. Our commitment to you is simple: your data is never outsourced and always managed by our dedicated employees and controlled on a local level. Having a specialized team that stays focused on only shipping documents ensures our ability to maintain the highest level of integrity that your data deserves.
Each shipper and country have their own format of documents, making these shipping documents very hard to interpret for data entry. We challenge our management team daily to maintain processes that consistently assure quality data entry. Prior to starting the process of data cleansing and conversion of documents to data, we completely review the various types of shipping and commercial documents. Then we create templates that our data entry staff uses to ascertain the correct and required information for the data entry input fields based on the samples of the documents presented. Our staff is trained on how to interpret shipping documents for an overwhelming amount of different types of commercial documents, from many different trade lanes.