Trade Updates from A.N. Deringer

The following is provided by AIV member A.N. Deringer: Restrictions on Import Rail Traffic into the U.S. The international intermodal supply chain is experiencing significant impacts due to the record high volume of imports into the U.S. As a result, MSC rail vendor (BNSF) is restricting import rail traffic from the U.S. West Coast ports […]

Trade Updates from A.N. Deringer

The following is provided by AIV member A.N. Deringer: BNSF Railway Company Taking Necessary Steps to Increase Capacity BNSF has announced storage policy and flip changes at Logistics Park Chicago (LPC) and the Los Angeles intermodal facilities in response to the historically strong intermodal demand. Click here for more. The Traffic Mitigation Fee At The […]

Trade Updates from A.N. Deringer

The following is provided by AIV member A.N. Deringer: Congestion in Asia’s Supply Chain Continues to Grow There are continued shipping delays out of Southern China as recent coronavirus outbreaks in Yantian add to the ongoing congestion and shortage of empty containers. Yantian is one of the top-ranking ports in the Transpacific, with 3.2 million […]

Trade Updates from A.N. Deringer

The following is provided by AIV member A.N. Deringer: Commerce Planning to Raise AD/CVD Duties on Canadian Lumber The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) is preliminary set to increase antidumping (AD) and countervailing duties (CVD) on Canadian softwood lumber following AD and CVD administrative reviews. The increase could take place at the end of November […]

Trade Updates from A.N. Deringer | Webinars

The following is provided by AIV member A.N. Deringer: Webinar: Substantial Transformation Wednesday, May 19, 2:00 to 3:00 pm This webinar will review the substantial transformation determination of the country of origin generally, and then focus on how the concept works with assembly operations. Topics include: A four-step approach to breaking down a substantial transformation […]

Trade Updates from A.N. Deringer

The following is provided by AIV member A.N. Deringer: Next Steps: Section 301 Investigations Regarding Countries Imposing Digital Service Taxes On March 26, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced the next steps in the Section 301 investigations of countries that have adopted digital service taxes (DST). Click here for more. FDA Extends Time to […]

Exporter Summit February 24, March 3

The SBA is letting interested companies know that the 2021 National Small Business Exporter Summit is February 24 and March 3. This is an opportunity to exchange ideas and share best practices with the top small- and medium-sized exporters from across the United States, Canada and Mexico. Sessions will be from 10:00 am to 2:00 […]

On the Wire | News and Analysis from the Web

Culture comes first for precision metal fab shop Laystrom Manufacturing.  The Fabricator 2/8 “Laystrom Manufacturing Co. is in the middle of a Chicago neighborhood, just blocks from the city’s hipster hangout in Bucktown. While the location is unique when compared to hundreds of competitors in the metropolitan area and the Midwest, the inside of the Laystrom facility looks like […]

Trade Updates from A.N. Deringer | Webinars

The following are provided by AIV member A.N. Deringer: Forced Labor: Emerging Developments in Your Supply Chain February 2, 2:00 to 3:00 pm This webinar will address recent developments in legislation and administrative actions (e.g., withhold release orders, importer questionnaires, detentions, etc.) regarding forced labor within supply chains, as well as due diligence steps that […]

On the Wire | News and Analysis from the Web

US durable goods orders show modest 0.2% December gain.  AP 1/26 “Orders to U.S. factories for big-ticket manufactured goods rose a modest 0.2% in December, held back by a big drop in the volatile aircraft sector. A key category that tracks business investment decisions slowed. . . .” Labor market trends show emphasis on digital […]