COAC, the Advisory Committee on the Commercial Operations of Customs and Border Protection, wants to know how successful US Customs’ trade facilitation efforts are at lowering the trade’s cost and burden of doing business. To that end, COAC has posted a survey, seeking responses from both importers and import service providers on current, planned and future CBP facilitation efforts.
The trade efficiency survey results will be tallied by respondent type and industry type, and used by COAC to make recommendations about how Customs will approach partnership benefits.
The survey can be found here. All responses will be kept anonymous. Last day to respond is Wednesday, June 27.