On May 31, 2017, a petition was filed for the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) to impose Antidumping (AD) and Countervailing Duties (CVD) on Fine Denier Polyester Staple Fiber from China, India, Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam.
Please plan to join our team on Thursday, July 13 for our next Marisol Transportation & Trade Workshop in Memphis, TN. Click below to RSVP!
The requirements for importing food will change this spring when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) begins enforcing the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP).
Our team is proud to announce the appointment of Aaron Brott to Vice President of Strategic Accounts for Marisol International, an Ascent Global Logistics Company.
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As of April 1, 2017 new ocean carrier alliances will begin operations, consequently impacting importers and exporters around the world. With a common implementation date and various processes to change, the international trade community is bracing for potential port and terminal disruptions.
Each spring, Marisol International is proud to attend the TPM Conference. Through attendance at the TPM, Marisol International is privy to the latest market forecasts, analysis, expert opinions and data-backed insight for the year ahead.
Marisol International, an Ascent Global Logistics Company, is proud to support a number of the top furniture brands in the United States. Each year, Furniture Today releases a list of the top U.S. furniture store chains and our team enjoys watching the number of companies which we partner with expand.
2016 was a busy year in the world of shipping. The SOLAS VGM (Safety of Life at Sea Verified Gross Mass) mandate along with the Hanjin Shipping bankruptcy were two of the most notable events. As we reflect on 2016, below is a list our top ten global logistics blog posts from this year.
Did you know? In addition to offering global logistics solutions, our team can also help you optimize your domestic, over the road shipments. Check out our guide below to learn which mode of transportation would be optimal based upon the characteristics of the cargo.
When importing products into the United States, some commodities are subject to Non-Tariff Barriers, which include quotas, licenses, subsidies and additional duties. These barriers are designed to discourage demand of an imported product, protecting domestic producers from foreign competition.