ACE rolls out in the South

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said effective 90 days from today, truck carriers entering the U.S. at any land border ports of entry in the states of California, Texas and New Mexico will be required to present advance electronic cargo information through ACE

U.S. Customs and Border Protection said effective 90 days from today, truck carriers entering the U.S. at any land border ports of entry in the states of California, Texas and New Mexico will be required to present advance electronic cargo information through the Automated Commercial Environment truck manifest system in today’s Federal Register.

This is the second group of ports where filing an e-manifest will be required. The first group of ports is mandated to use e-manifest on January 25. CBP is rolling out ACE across all land ports in the nation on a phased basis.

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