On July 25-27 in Montego Bay, Jamaica, the United States Department of Homeland Security in collaboration with the Intellectual Property Rights Center will host a regional training seminar on how to better enforce Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).
Customs House Weekly Series #28
Jamaica Customs Provides Guidelines for Doing Temporary Imports
The Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) as part of its customer engagement focus has instituted several channels to allow our customers to reach us and to make Customs related enquiries as well as provide their comments and feedback.
Customs House Weekly Series #27
Steps for Participating in Public Auctions Held by Jamaica Customs
From time to time the Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) will offer for sale to the public, items or goods within its possession, in keeping with provisions of the Customs Act.
Customs House Weekly Series #26
Jamaica Customs’ Trade Facilitation Initiatives:
Improving Jamaica’s Regional and Global Competitiveness
Jamaica operates in a global space and must remain competitive in the area of trade, logistics and transshipment, coupled with the use statistical data and information, in order that the country can continue to improve its performance ranking regionally and internationally.
Customs House Weekly Series #25
Jamaica Customs encourages use of Advance Cargo Clearance
One of the areas in which the Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) has seen significant improvement, is the use of the Advance Manifest, 24 hours prior to the arrival of a vessel and 15 minutes after ‘take-off’ for aircrafts, in compliance with the 2014 Customs (Amendment) Act, and in alignment with international best practices.
Customs House Weekly Series #24
Jamaica Customs heads to St. Elizabeth – first “Customs Meets the Community” engagement to get underway
Customs House Weekly Series #23
Jamaica Customs First to Adopt the United Nations Automated System Integrating IATA’s Cargo eXtensibleMarkup Language (XML) Messaging Standards
Jamaica is on the brink of creating history in the air freight industry, as it will be the first country to adopt the latest version of ASYCUDA World which now integrates the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Cargo-XML messaging standards.