As licensed Customs brokers, Brauner International works with importers long before their cargo is shipped to the United States. Whether researching duty rates and admissibility requirements or transmitting Importer Security Filings and FDA Prior Notices, Brauner works with importers the whole length of their supply chains.
Bags, boxes, pallets, containers or oversized crates, Brauner International is your choice for ocean freight forwarding. Holding FMC license #575, Brauner International’s freight forwarding services are the best complement to your international shipping needs.
For importers of some commodities, Customs is only one part of the import process, and might even be the easiest. Brauner International has a long and successful history of helping importers whose products fall under the jurisdiction of FDA, Agriculture and other agencies.
Seems funny to call Customs the easiest, doesn’t it? Sometimes they are.
Since 1931, Brauner International has expertly balanced and met the needs of the general commercial shipper with the needs of shippers in several niche industries including food, machinery and chemicals.
Brauner International is a family-owned Customs broker and freight forwarder whose customer-centric outlook and two guiding principles of integrity and service have remained the focal point of the business since we opened our doors in 1931.
Now under the guidance of the third generation of the Brauner family, we have offices in Jersey City, JFK Airport and Miami, Florida meeting the needs of importers and exporters around the world from our offices located at some of the largest airports and seaports in the world…READ MORE
Licensed Customs Brokers and International Freight Forwarders since 1931. FMC #575 CTPAT certified.
As of today, there has been no agreement reached between the PMA and the ILWU in this year’s round of contract negotiations. The PMA are the employers who own terminals at all West Coast ports, the ILWU are the longshore labor who load and unload the ships. In the past, many of the disagreements have ...
June 25, 2014
When the Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Program expired on July 31, 2013, last year, members of the trade believed that the legislation would be renewed with retroactive benefits, weeks or months later, as it had in past years. Fast forward to today, and GSP has still not been renewed. This is posing a problem ...
May 19, 2014
During his overseas trip in March, the President made several stops, including one in Brussels to consult with leaders of the European Union on creating a trading block. The Trans Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, if enacted, would open both markets to each other products, but there are still some serious hurdles to overcome. Both ...
March 31, 2014
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