Management Dynamics Inc., a supplier of global trade management solutions, now offers support for the 10+2 rule proposed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and the availability of critical supply chain visibility and import compliance capabilities needed to support importers' reporting requirements with the impending ruling.
The proposed rule requires 10 sets of data from importers 24 hours prior to container loading for vessel departure and two sets of data from ocean carriers no later than 48 hours after vessel departure, as a means to improve the high-risk targeting of inbound containers.
While CBP considers this ruling to be a key step toward establishing supply chain security, many in the trade community today do not have the capability to capture key information flows needed to comply with the advance manifest requirements. Management Dynamics' GTM Suite extends import business processes to suppliers, forwarders, and brokers and provides the information backbone to collect, organize, and report the key data elements in support of the new 10+2 ruling.
Company: Management Dynamics
Company Phone: (201) 935-8588
Company URL: www.managementdynamics.com