Tag Archives: Schedule B classification

Export Classification Codes Part 2: Kits

Export Classification Codes Part 2: Kits                  Written By: Crystal Carmon, Micro Analysis Branch This is the second of three blog posts that discusses the proper way to classify mixtures, kits or parts for exports. This blog post discusses how … Continue reading

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Reporting Gold Dore in the Automated Export System (AES)

By: Byron Raney All that glitters is not necessarily 100% pure gold.  Gold dore is a semi-pure alloy, which is a mixture of different kinds of metals.  How you report gold dore in the Automated Export System (AES) depends on … Continue reading

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Trade Term: Schedule B

By: Bibi Khan You went to mail a shipment and your carrier asked you to provide them a Schedule B number. What is that? A Schedule B number is a 10-digit number used in the United States to classify physical … Continue reading

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The Fundamentals of Exporting Webinar Series

The Foreign Trade Division is offering a free in-depth webinar series to provide you with a strong foundation in the fundamentals of exporting.   Do you want to learn how to classify your products? Are you overwhelmed by the terminology … Continue reading

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If It’s Not Civil, It’s War

By: Dan Cariello Aircraft engines are one of the highest valued commodities being imported and exported to and from the United States. Occasionally, some of these aircraft engines are being exported to the armed forces of a foreign country. For the … Continue reading

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