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Customs Broker License Exam!
Our successful hybrid course kicks off on Monday, August 23, at 6:30pm!
The Florida Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association (FCBF) is the Florida trade association for industry professionals. We pride ourselves on educating managers and staff alike to thrive in their businesses while keeping up-to-date with changing regulations, and advocate for our industry both at the state and federal levels. Our aim is to elevate this dynamic industry by fortifying the ecosystem in which we operate.
On the FCBF Blog…
CBP Releases USMCA Regulatory Packages for Marking, TRQs, Origin Determinations and Other Provisions
FROM NCBFAA ALERT JULY 2, 2021 - Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on July 1 issued two of its three highly anticipated U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) regulatory packages setting forth requirements on a range of issues. Trade attorney Lenny Feldman (Sandler,...
June 9, 2021 Chairman Daniel MaffeiFederal Maritime Commission800 North Capitol Street NWWashington, DC 20573 RE: Request for FMC to Address Unfair Carrier Practices Dear Chairman Maffei: On behalf of the freight forwarding industry of Florida, we are...
The Lacey Act declaration will soon be required for a new list of tariffs, including new unloaded pallets or containers, certain musical instruments, essential oils and trunks/suitcases. This Phase VI of the Lacey Act declaration enforcement was originally slated to...
Upcoming Events + Opportunities
FCBF partners with subject matter experts and experienced professionals to face head-on the challenges of a dynamic environment.
Through seminars, timely communication, and collaborative initiatives, we provide value to professionals from all across the global trade industry.
FCBF hosts numerous workshops and trainings designed to provide attendees with the most up-to-date regulatory processes and trade-related topics.
The FCBF Board of Directors and Staff work tirelessly to represent our membership via open communication channels with regulatory agencies and key industry players.
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It is the unqualified policy of the FCBF and all its operating committees, consistent with its bylaws, to conduct its business in strict compliance with the antitrust laws of the U.S., and that no discussions shall be held at either formal meetings or events or during informal discussions or gatherings that may infer or lead to such violations under the law.