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Biography for Tim Warren

Tim Warren is Managing Editor of International Trade Today and Export Compliance Daily. He has led the International Trade Today editorial team since it was purchased by Warren Communications News in 2012 and was on the staff of Communications Daily before that. Tim is a 2005 graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts and lives in Maryland with his wife and three kids.

Recent Articles by Tim Warren

Florida Group Concerned About Idea of 'Deputizing' Customs Brokers

Some of CBP's proposed changes for the regulations that govern customs brokers (see 2006040037) appear likely result in unexpected problems if not addressed by the agency before the rules are finalized, the Florida Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association said…Subscribe to Read >>

CBP Ruling Sets New Policy for Ultimate Consignee Listed for Unsold Section 321 Goods

Shipments of unsold merchandise entered under Section 321 exemptions must list “the proprietor of the warehouse operated by the online fulfillment service provider as the ultimate consignee,” CBP said in a ruling posted by the agency on July 31…Subscribe to Read >>

Top ITT Articles You May Have Missed From Last Week

International Trade Today is providing readers with some of the top stories from July 20-24 in case they were missed. All articles can be found by searching on the titles or by clicking on the hyperlinked reference number.Subscribe to Read >>

CBP Says Lollipops With Novelty Holders Classifiable as Candy, Not Toys

Lollipops attached to a plastic piece that looks like a mouth are classifiable based on the candy rather than the novelty holders, CBP said in a May 18 ruling. The ruling is a result of an internal advice request…Subscribe to Read >>

Brake Pad Importer to Pay $8 Million in Settlement Over Classification Issues

The Department of Justice reached an $8 million settlement agreement with CWD, which does business as Centric Parts, over questionable classifications of imported brake pads, DOJ said in news releases. The settlement resolves separate whistleblower complaints filed in MichiganSubscribe to Read >>