Commercial Imports

Concept image of the six most common questions and answers on a signpost.Before September 11, 2001, the major responsibility of the former U.S. Customs Service was to administer the Tariff Act of 1930. Subsequently, Customs merged with other border enforcement agencies to presently become U.S. Customs and Border Protection. CBP’s priority mission has now become homeland security: detecting, deterring and preventing terrorists and their weapons from entering the United States.


As a result, there are many additional regulations and requirements when looking to import for commercial purposes. Joseph B. Hohenstein Custom Brokers can help you cut through the red tape, and streamline your commercial importing and exporting activities. Whether going at it for the first time, or if you are already experienced in the process, trust Joseph B. Hohenstein to help your business stay compliant, be more efficient, and help provide the solutions and answers your business needs.

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