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CBP Transforming U.S. Trade


July 30, 2013

When it comes to global economic competitiveness, the United States is not as strong as it once was. To help mitigate this trend, U.S. Customs and Border Protection has made transforming customs procedures to better align with modern business practices a priority. The Centers of Excellence and Expertise (CEEs) are an integral part of those efforts.

Geodis Wilson’s complimentary white paper, CBP Transforming U.S. Trade, examines:

  • what the CEEs mean for importers and brokers
  • what changes they can expect
  • how the CEEs might enable more streamlined and efficient customs processes in the future

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