Incoterms, or International Commerce Terms, are rules and regulations set forth by the International Chamber of Commerce. Incoterms are used frequently in trade contracts, both international and domestic.
The “Sea or Inland Waterway Only” rules are most commonly used for bulk goods such as oil, coal, and other goods which are not containerized. For other containerized goods, the “Any Mode of Transport” rules are more relevant.
Cleared and Delivered clears imports through any port in the United States quickly and easily with our exclusive U.S. Customs connected EDI program.
We clear goods in any major U.S. port and arrange delivery to warehouses and stores while you concentrate on sales.
ISF 10+2 Filing
Before merchandise arriving by vessel can be imported into the United States, the Importer,” or their agent (e.g., licensed customs broker), must electronically submit certain advance cargo information to U.S. Customs in the form of an Importer Security Filing. This requirement only applies to cargo arriving in the United States by ocean vessel.