Posts Tagged: Import

Logistics Plus Fast-Boat Shipping Service

Logistics Plus is pleased to offer a Fast-Boat shipping service as a viable air freight alternative for importers needing to get their critical shipments from China. By maintaining LOFO (last on, first off) contracts with major ocean lines, Logistics Plus can provide importers with expedited customs clearance, transloading at our Los Angeles facility, and final… Read more »

Successful Lego Store Display Delivery


Kudos to Kalynne Ziacik, a Logistics Plus Air Import Specialist, for helping a major, global retailer with a critical Lego® window display delivery for their flagship NY store. The shipment was delivered intact ahead of their deadline. It was another LP team effort, but you could also say that Kalynne did most of the ‘leg-o-work’… Read more »

Global Trade Alert: Energy Certification Requirements


Global Trade Alert Message: Importers must now use product-specific templates to certify compliance to the U.S. Department of Energy before distributing a basic model to commerce in the United States and annually thereafter. These templates must then be submitted electronically to the Department through the Compliance Certification Management System. Some of the products that require… Read more »

New Regulations For The Phased Approach Of Brexit

On January 31st, 2020, the United Kingdom (UK) began to operate outside the European Union (EU).  Since the UK’s departure, the EU-UK Trade Cooperation Agreement (TCA) governs the economic relationship between the UK and the EU. Last June, a timetable for the phased introduction of regulations on imports from the EU into Great Britain was… Read more »

What is an importer of record (IOR)?

By definition, an importer of record (IOR) refers to an importer (an entity or an individual) who is responsible for ensuring that legal goods are imported following the laws and regulations of the importing country. The importer of record is responsible for filing legally required documents and paying the assessed import duties and other taxes… Read more »

Logistics Plus Expands IOR Services to over 190 Countries


Logistics Plus Expands Importer of Record Services to over 190 Countries Services cater to manufacturers, network security firms, cloud service providers, and value-added resellers across many industries. ERIE, PA (November 19, 2020) – Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics, and supply chain solutions, has announced an expansion of its Importer of… Read more »

Coordinating Air Imports of PPE Supplies at ORD


As most know by now, Logistics Plus took on the challenge of sourcing, importing, and distributing much needed PPE supplies (personal protective equipment) from China to the United States. We knew there would be obstacles along the way; but thanks to great teamwork and collaboration, we are finding a way to make it happen. Megan… Read more »

Logistics Plus Receives FDA Importer Registration

Logistics Plus Supply Chain Solutions (LPSCS) is officially a registered U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) importer. Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Logistics Plus felt obligated to help fight the war against this virus by importing personal protective equipment (PPE), gowns, test kits and other medical supplies from countries around the world. In order… Read more »

Logistics Plus Offers FAST-BOAT™ Shipping as Airfreight Alternative


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Logistics Plus Offers FAST-BOAT™ Shipping Services as Airfreight Alternative Service provides reliable, cost-effective alternative to airfreight for critical imports from China. ERIE, PA (March 30, 2020) – Logistics Plus Inc., a leading worldwide provider of transportation, logistics and supply chain solutions, is offering a new FAST-BOAT shipping service as a viable alternative… Read more »

The Year in Trade 2018: U.S. Global Trade Trends

The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) just released its annual “The Year in Trade” report for 2018. This detailed report features all of the global trade trends from 2018. Some of the key elements to this report are exchange rate trends, administration of U.S. trade laws, global trade agreements, new trade relations, and global… Read more »