ISF 10+2 FILING
U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s 10+2 interim final ruling became effective on January 26, 2009. The regulation requires importers and ocean carriers to electronically submit additional data to CBP on vessels destined to the United States.
Importers are responsible for the 10 additional data elements which are: Manufacturer, Seller, Consolidator, Buyer,and Ship to names and addresses, Container stuffing location, Importer and Consignee record numbers, Country of origin of goods and the Commodity Harmonized Tariff Schedule number. The Carrier will need to submit 2 additional data sets which are: Vessel Stowage Plan (or BAPLIE), and Container Status Messages.
ISF and Additional Carrier Requirements:
Power of Attorney: