Recent News & Website Updates
Welcome to the Columbia River Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association. The CRCBFA is organized to protect and further the business and interests of Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders in the Columbia River Region, to promote the exchange of common ideas and problems, and to develop a cordial relationship among its members. Click HERE to view the current CRCBFA By-Laws.
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It is the unqualified policy of CRCBFA, its operating committees, and members to conduct their operations in strict compliance with the antitrust laws of the U.S., and that no discussions shall be held that may infer or lead to violations.
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CRCBFA Monthly Membership Meeting & Luncheons
We are excited to announce we will be back to our in person monthly membership meeting and luncheon's beginning September 2022!
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Recent News & Website Updates
CBP hosts trade outreach events via free webinars to provide more timely and up-to-date information to the international trade community on CBP trade policy, as established by the agency.
An important message shared from US Coast Guard San Francisco Sector on behaIf of White House Press Briefing March 21, 2022 on "Cyberattacks on U.S. criticaI infrastructure", an urgent message from CIS.
The ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine continues to intensify.
In response government agencies are issuing policy changes for the region.
The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) have announced new export control measures and sanctions against Russia. In a final rule which took effect on February 24, 2022, BIS imposed license requirements with a policy of denial on all ECCNs in categories 3 through 9 of the Commerce Control List (CCL). 58 of these ECCNs were not previously controlled to Russia.
OFAC has added many Russian entities to the Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List, including many major banking institutions throughout the country. It is recommended that exporters perform heightened due diligence in areas of end use/user checks and denied party screening before completing any transactions.
Additionally, most ocean and air carriers are omitting both Russian and Ukrainian ports of call, and restrictions have been placed on transit through the Black Sea region.
The situation is very volatile, prompting fluid responses from government agencies and carriers alike. Updates can be found on their respective web sites.
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Thank you to our sponsors for their generous support.
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Meeting with Blumenauer 2021
PCC Mission Trip To D.C. Photos 2020
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List 4A tariff rate will be reduced from 15% to 7.5%
The USTR website posted a FRN
that will be issued in the coming days stating that the List 4A tariff
rate will be reduced from 15% to 7.5% on February 14.