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Biography for Noah Garfinkel

Noah Garfinkel, Assistant Editor, is a reporter for International Trade Today. Noah joined Warren Communication News in early 2023 covering customs, the Federal Maritime Commission and export controls. Noah’s background is in breaking news, reporting and research. Noah most recently worked for a year with Axios as a part of a fellowship program. Noah is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a B.A. in History.

Recent Articles by Noah Garfinkel

Federal Maritime Commission staff have "nearly" completed the drafting process for the commission's upcoming final rule on detention and demurrage, and are "reviewing several late filed subsequent comments that have come in within the past month," FMC General Counsel Chris Hughey said at a Sept. 21 FMC meeting.Read More >>

CBP is working on advancing the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking about eBond functionality and updating it from a "test to a requirement, eliminating the majority of paper bond processing, and ensuring bonds are on file," CBP said. The announcement came in a working paper submitted by the Bond Working Group of the Intelligent Enforcement Subcommittee ahead of the Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee meeting on Sept. 20. The working paper is among a series of documents being released ahead of the meeting (see 2309150048).Read More >>

CBP recently completed its first interoperability test, which focused on the pipeline oil and steel supply chains, the agency announced in a Sept. 12 news release. Vincent Annunziato, director of CBP’s Business Transformation and Innovation Division, said 23 companies participated in the test as part of a broader effort to promote global interoperability in how software systems work with each other.Read More >>