We were asked by Evans Distribution Systems, a third party logistics company, to write a guest blog article on some commonly asked questions about customs country of origin marking. Here is a link to the article, and tweet of the same below.
We have a new blog post out by special guest Jason Wapiennik of Great Lakes Customs Law. Jason discusses Country… http://t.co/L7dZY0DCgN
— Evans Distribution (@EvansDist) June 18, 2014
Please go read the article! If you have a question about proper country of origin marking, identifying the actual country of origin, and otherwise determining how to comply with the Customs rules concerning proper country of origin marking for imported products, you should consult with an attorney experienced in the customs and related laws. It is possible to get a prospective ruling from U.S. Customs product which you intend to import, and an attorney can arguing for a particular manner of country of origin marking. Contact out office by calling (734) 855-4999 or e-mailing us today to discuss your problem and your options.