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Be prepared for July 1 when NAFTA expires

We want to remind all our customers that effective July 1, 2020, the United States, Mexico, Canada agreement begins (USMCA). NAFTA remains in place until June 30, 2020. This will be a hard transition date. Shipments that arrive in the US, Mexico, or Canada on July 1 will follow USMCA rules. What does this mean…
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Update on services during this Challenging days

Dear Customers, Vendors, Suppliers, the COVID-19 pandemic is challenging our everyday lives and each day offers different circumstances we need to deal with. We want to assure that In Motion Logistics along with our Worldwide Partners are taking every possible steps to protect the health and wellbeing of our employees and their families and at…
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Global Shipping hit by the Coronavirus outbreak

In the observance of the recent events around the world, specially the Health crisis with the coronavirus outbreak in China that has spread to over 25+ countries with more than 28000 people infected and 560 deaths, the political situation in the USA and the race to the White House while the president has been acquitted…
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Corona Virus Update

Dear Clients and Partners, We’d like to give you and updated of the current situtaion concerning to the Corona Virus outbreak. As for the impact of the virus on China operations, Chinese government has decided to limit access to several cities in China. This measure currently only affects Wuhan and other cities in Hubei province.…
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Hurricane Dorian intensifies as it heads for US

Hurricane Dorian – Advisory The storm is expected to strengthen into a Category 4 hurricane before making landfall in Florida. Hurricane Dorian is forecasted to affect all Florida ports on the Atlantic side. Our operational team is in constant touch with the US Coast Guard and leaders from the port, rail and trucking industry to ensure…
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Protests in Hong Kong

Over the past few days, many protesters in Hong Kong have focused on the HK International Airport. Thousands of protesters disrupted operations at the Airport and Authorities decided to cancel Flights on Sunday. There have been again protests on Tuesday leading to flight cancellations. While cargo Freighters would not be affected by these cancellations, freight…
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New duty refund scheme on India Exporters

*Attn : Indian Exporters* *All export incentives to be replaced with a duty refund scheme* _The MEIS scheme was challenged by the United States at the World Trade Organisation._ _Reimbursements will be done through a freely transferable scrip._ India’s export incentive scheme called Merchandise Exports from India Scheme (MEIS) will be scrapped and replaced with…
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News about Section 232 Tariffs

Earlier today, President Trump announced that the U.S. had reached an agreement with Mexico to lift its Section 232 tariffs on Mexican steel and aluminum in return for Mexico lowering tariffs on key U.S. exports. Additionally, in a joint statement from Canada and the U.S., both countries said that the Section 232 tariffs would end…
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Section 301 China Tariffs List III Implementation

On Friday May 10th, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) implemented Section 301 Tranche 3 “List III” that increased certain commodities of the Chinese origin from 10% tariff duties to 25%. According to a notice published by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, “The increase in additional import duties for Chinese goods covered by…
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Additional Duty Proposed on $300 Billion Worth of Chinese Goods

On Monday May 13th, USTR announced a modification to the current Section 301 that looks to add additional 25% tariff duties to approximately $300 billion worth of Chinese products not already subject to Section 301 additional tariffs. It includes all apparel, footwear, and manufactured textile products, among others, but excludes pharmaceuticals, certain pharmaceutical inputs, select medical goods,…
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